August 13, 2019  –  Denmark, WI – The International Softball Congress (ISC) is pleased to announce that players Chris Miljavac and Todd Garcia, manager Scott Standerfer and Michigan fastpitch stalwart Jimmy Doyle were elected to the ISC Hall of Fame today at the annual ISC Board of Directors meeting.

Chris Miljavac, the 2002 ISC MVP, is a four-time All-World player including 2008 when he was the leading hitter. He was a standout on several mid-west teams including World Champions St. Joseph’s Frontier Casino Players in 2002.

Todd Garcia, a two-time All-World player, was a leader on the World Champions Tampa Bay Smokers in the mid-late 1990s, as well as with Decatur Pride in the early 90s and several west coast teams in the 2000s.

Scott Standerfer currently manages the Circle Tap Dukes taking them to a franchise-best second place finish in the ISC World Tournament in 2018. In the past, he managed County Materials, who won every major tournament they entered in 2006, the second of their back-to-back ISC World Championship seasons. Standerfer also managed Decatur Pride, along with past teams such as Peoria River City Rage.

Jimmy Doyle was a fastpitch legend in Michigan. He helped many teams from Michigan participate in ISC World Tournaments over several decades, conducting clinics and introducing many individuals to the game who would go on to be ISC players.

The four will be inducted into the ISC Hall of Fame at the 2020 ISC World Tournament in Moline, IL next August.

For additional information, please contact

Robert Gray
ISC Hall of Fame Committee Chairman