To be a pro softball player you must have good grades ! I advice you to study your notes .
The percentage of college players going on to play pro softball is .002%.
When going to college and playing softball at the same time, you can study any major and play softball. There is no major restriction if you play a sport. At a lot of schools, it you play sports you get priority registration so that you can work around your practice and game schedule.
She went to the University of Texas.
Learn the sport and practice more.
yes, you can become a professional softball player. the only difference from baseball is that there is only one team (united states), and you play other teams like Japan, Australia etc.
Danielle Stewart started her U.S. college softball career at Briarcliffe College in Long Island, NY and continued on to Hofstra University in Long Island, NY.
Go to college.
I NEED TO KNOW HOW MUCH TRANING YOU NEED TO BECOME A SOFTBALL PLAYER?
Yes. As long as they are 18 or younger and their college coach permits them to play, they are good.
you have to play in college and high school and be really good
go to college
It took 4 years of college to become a nfl profoootball player.
there should be 9 player in a softball game
i think it is "11" inch
None. You just have to be exceptionally good at the sport.
yes you need to work hard to get the job of a softball player and by the way softball i hard to play!!!!
She became a softball player because as a young child she always enjoyed softball
College. Pro softball team get their players directly from a college draft.
College softball pitchers, pitch anywhere from 50mph to about 70mph. But 70mph is about the fastest.
a basketball player because in my opinion they definitely move around much more than a softball player. i know this because i am a basketball and softball player and i would say that you move more and quicker than you would in softball
you need to be able to catch and throw.
No, you do not have to go to college to become a tennis player. Some professionals go right out into tournaments from high school. The college-or-no-college debate for tennis players has been around for a while, but it all depends on the skill level of the player.
To become a college softball coach, a bachelor's degree of some-sort is required, but the degree in general doesn't necessarily matter. Experience playing and an understanding of the game is extremely important. Most college softball coaches begin coaching at the high school level, before assisting at a division-2 or division-3 level to gain experience prior to becoming a head coach.