The International Slow Pitch Softball Association (ISPS) had been the best slow-pitch softball association at Mills Pond Sports Park in Fort Lauderdale, Florida for over a decade. But after a couple of years of not reaching the top spot, they lost their title.
However, this year, ISPS, through the help of USA SLOW PITCH, has made a triumphant return to the #1 spot, proving that they are still the best in the business. This is a testament to their dedication and hard work, as they have consistently been one of the most active and successful slow-pitch associations in the country.
Mills Pond Sports Park is one of the most popular slow-pitch complexes in South Florida, and ISPS has definitely made it their home turf. With their numerous championship events, it’s clear that they are one of the top associations in the region – and indeed, in the country.
ISPS Commissioner Manuel T. Ferrero III thinks this was possible because of the new leadership that was appointed. “We are now working with a new national director, Joseph "BAMM" Penson, and Florida state director, Frank "TANK" Vicente, who are very knowledgeable in the sport and actually care about the growth of it and ISPS,” he said. “This has allowed us to create an atmosphere where everyone can learn and grow together as a team. We look forward to making even more strides in the future.”
The current season has been great for ISPS, with several championship events under their belt - something that they hadn’t hosted at Mills Pond since 2019. It is an indication that they are truly the best slow pitch association at Mills Pond Sports Park. With their dedication and hard work, there is no doubt that they will continue to be one of the top associations in South Florida – if not all of America and the World!
ISPS’ climb back to the top has been an impressive one, and they show no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Thanks to their continued success, more and more people are getting interested in slow pitch – and that can only be good news for everyone involved.