Well my school has a softball team. But i guess it mainly depends on where you live and how popular the sport is. In California softball is pretty popular and most high schools out here have teams.
It's becomming more and more popular as time goes by, but being from the California, I'd have to say the West Coast... particularly Southern California. The calibur of play is more advanced, and there are more little league teams, travel teams, ect. If you ever watch college softball or even look at the stats of team USA softball, the majority of players are from California. The olympic softball training facility is even located in Chula Vista Ca, (near San Diego).
10 teams are in fast pitch softball.
Softball is commonly played in every US state. As for the most softball, some states have longer seasons due to weather and some states have more people to play . California probably has the most softball teams and plays the most games.
A select softball team is one that you have to try out for. Usually these teams are also called travel teams and dues are paid to be on their roster. Tournament softball is where organized teams go to play other organized teams. Recreational softball is where you sign up in a league and players are distributed to teams that will then play against each other. No try outs for recreational softball they take anyone and everyone and is usually for beginners. Select softball is much more competitive.
There are 346 NCAA Division 1 softball teams.
i think it is dumb that they do not have professional softball teams... they have professional baseball teams!!!
Yes, they do. There are softball teams from all around the United States, and the world, for that matter. To find out information about some teams in your area, type in "softball teams: (your area)" into and search engine
One may find information regarding local softball teams at a local YMCA. Local high schools, gyms, and churches may also have information on local softball teams.
There are many older softball players. Recreational co-ed teams have people in their 50's playing in these teams. There is really no age limit on the sport.
There are 240 NCAA division 3 schools with softball programs.
No ACC softball team has won a national championship.
Yes boys can play softball there are even boys softball teams
Yes, there is. You can play high school for your high school (most schools have teams). Or you can find a competition team within your area that you can play with. To find these teams do a search for "softball teams" then your area on any search engine.
There are 14 teams in the National Pro Fastpitch Softball League.
Trick question because softball wasn't invented until 1933
In the U.S. and possibly other countries, any the ASA (Amateur Softball Association) approve are legal. The bat would say ASA approved somewhere on it. This applies to women's and girl's travel teams and school teams.
Female, they also have softball leagues for adults. Which is usually co-ed. Both genders play softball although it is more common to see all female or co-ed teams than it is to see all male teams.
Not necessarily, most softball recruiting is done through travel/summer teams. Also, many softball programs are not that good and could be considered a waste of time.
College. Pro softball team get their players directly from a college draft.
There are 4 pro fastpitch softball teams in the U.S. The Chicago Bandits (2011 Champs), USSSA Pride, Akron Racers, and the Tennessee Diamonds (former Rockford Thunder).
The NSA ( National Softball Association) should have postings, just Google NSA travel teams