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Tallahassee Fla. – On Tuesday The International Softball Congress (ISC) elected Florida State Assistant Softball Coach Travis Wilson to its Hall Of Fame. The ISC is the premier North American club tournament held annually in August attracting the top players from all around the world. It is a double-elimination format held in various locations across the US and Canada.
Wilson played in nine ISC World Tournaments between 2005 and 2014 with four different teams. He burst onto the scene in 2005 with a first-year team in the New York Patsy’s when he batted .577 with 4 home runs and a 1.192 slugging percentage. In all, Wilson played and started in 56 career games finishing with a .363 batting average. He had 11 doubles, one triple and 16 home runs.
“I feel very honored to be joining this prestigious Hall of Fame,” Wilson said. “This tournament is as tough as it comes and I am very thankful to have played with some special teams and players. I would like to thank all of those involved in my nomination and the committee for electing me.”
This is the second Hall of Fame election for Wilson. He joined the New Zealand Softball Hall in 2018.
From the ISC: Travis Wilson, Tallahassee, FL, originally from Christchurch, NZ, is a member of an elite group of players who have been selected to five First ISC All-World Teams. He played in three ISC championship games during his career, finishing with a .363 lifetime batting average with 16 HRs and 42 RBIs in nine World Tournaments.
Wilson will be indicted in August 2022 in Moline, Illinois.