A normal softball game in the NCAA is seven innings. In order to meet the requirements for an official NCAA softball game, the game must finish five full innings if it has been stopped due to rain. This means that both the home and away teams must be both at bat and on the field five times. Another way for the game to become official is for the home team to be ahead by eight runs after five innings have been played.
7 in each game--- 14 innings total is you are playing official softball
There are 7 innings in a softball game
usually about 7 innings
7 innings unless there is a mercy rule
There are nine innings in a game.
softball has 7 innings in less a tie then they play more innings if one team is winning by a lot they have the mercy rule and they call the game
A softball game can have anywhere from 3 to 9 innings - lasting on average around 2 hours.
9 innings. Same as in professional baseball.
4 innings are considered a complete game.
You wold multiply by the number of innings in a regulation game. In softball that would normally be 7. So Multiplying by 7 would be correct. mdm
5 innings need to be played for a game to be official in a 9 inning game. Actually, 4 1/2 innings need to be completed if the home team is ahead, 5 innings if the home team is behind to make it an official game.
softball usually goes 7 innings so there is 42 outs