Floyd "Pop" Davis
Pop Davis, a resident of Dundee, Florida has been involved with ISA for over 2 decades. During that time, Pop remained loyal to ISA. Along side, Don Stratton, current CEO of ISA, Pop has worn many different hats, doing anything and everything from running concessions to umpiring. If you have ever been to an ISA tournament in Florida, chances are that Pop was there doing whatever he could to help the tournament run smoothly. Pop has managed to become an icon in Florida ISA. Everyone knows Pop. He has been at all of the major events, without fail, sitting at the game collecting gate fees and helping out wherever he can. Pop is and has truly been a major asset to ISA and Florida ISA over the years.
Pop has since retired from years of umpiring with ISA but remains a helper at all of the events in Florida. To this day, Pop remains loyal to ISA, Don Stratton, and to the sport of Softball.
Pop is currently residing in central Florida with his family and friends.
|05-03: 10th Annual Sunshine Shootout/Super NIT|
Winter Haven, FL - Auburndale Sportsplex map
adult / Slowpitch / Men Bronze, Men Gold, Men Silver
|05-03: National Invitational|
Princeton Junction, NJ - Mercer County Park map
adult / Slowpitch /
|05-10: Super NIT - Silver|
Bartonville, IL - Alpha Park map
adult / Slowpitch / 18U
|05-16: NC/SC Super NIT - Bronze|
Myrtle Beach, SC - Myrtle Beach former AFB Fields map
adult / Slowpitch / 10U
2014-04-05 Spring National- Bronze
2014-04-05 Spring National-Silver
2014-03-08 ISA Winter Nationals - 50 Major Plus
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