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Discussion: Question on ISA and ISSA vs. SSUSA

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June 17, 2020
spider9188
Men's 75
28 posts
Question on ISA and ISSA vs. SSUSA
SSUSA Staff...question concerning ISA and ISSA. Are they 'governed' by SSUSA rules? Secondly, what is the difference between ISA and ISSA associations? ISSA has a tournament scheduled South Shore Championship in Crown Point, Ind. in Sept this year...can registered SSUSA teams compete in this event? Thanks for your help and consideration...Regards
June 17, 2020
TimMcElroy
691 posts
The ISA (Independent Sports Association) is a partner to SSUSA. Their rules mirror SSUSA. ISA's premier senior event takes place in Indiana at the end of July and is normally well attended.

The ISSA is a separate association entirely. Their playing rules, roster rules and qualifying process is different than ISA/SSUSA.

Good luck.
June 17, 2020
spider9188
Men's 75
28 posts
Thanks Tim!...this is Bob Darrah...wanted to wish you all the best and hope to see you at the ISA Nationals in July...all the best...regards
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