It depends on what age division the team is in. Ohio high school pitchers are 43 feet from the batter
Four consecutive innings if she is the starting pitcher. There's no minimum number required for relief pitchers.
yes they can I play High school softball and you can get but if you leave the base before the pitcher releases the ball you are out
40 or 43 feet
they had to move it back 3ft. its about 42ft
It depends on the league. In 10U softball it is 35 ft, in 12U it is 40ft, and in high school and college level, it is 43 ft.
Short answer: NO
40ft in high school, as of now.... 43 in college right now and soon to be high school
College softball distance is 43 feet. Recently the national high school governing organization voted to move high school pitchers back from 40 to 43 feet beginning in the 2010-2011 season. High schools are free to move to 43 feet in the 2009-2010 season if they choose.
Ok, soo a good softball speed for 12-13 is 50 mph the really good pitchers throw around 55. When you turn 16-17 your goal should be 55 mph. Collage is high 60 to low 70. I think high school the really good pitchers will throw around the 60 mph.
The pitching distance is 40 feet from home plate to the back of the pitching rubber. For 18U Gold and collegiate softball the pitchers mound is 43 feet away. This is because pitchers throwing at these levels throw much faster than those at the lower levels, making it a lot harder for batters to identify pitches.
In 18 U Gold softball and collegiate softball, the distance from the plate to the pitching mound is 43 feet. This is because the pitchers at these levels throw much faster than the pitchers in the lower levels. In high school at 14U - 18U the pitching distance is 40 feet. Notice there is a difference between 18U and 18U Gold level.
40 feet in most states. In College and for some Hich schools it is 43 feet.
no, it is 43 ft...but high school and asa has been changed to 43 ft also
between 60-80 mph. our pitcher pitches a close 73 mph ball.
The softball season officially begins February 1st. You cannot practice or hold try-outs before this time. You can condition before this date, but you are not to handle any softball gear such as bats, gloves, or softballs.
High school softball is typically reserved for girls
You cannot leave the base un till the ball leaves the pitchers hand, and you have to stay in the baseline or else the umpire could call you out.
While there are no hard and fast rules for pitching mound height, there are some generally accepted guidelines for the height of a softball pitching mound. * Professional - 10" * College - 10" * High School - 10" * Little League - 6" * Pinto - 4"
a 12 inch softball