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"
There is no height difference. A softball mound is not raised like a baseball mound.
40 feet in high school, 43 feet in college and pro
infeet it is 43 feet from home to the pitching mound
From homeplate to the pitchers mound is 40ft.
43 feet in fast pitch
only if they're off the pitching mound
10u=35 ft. 12u=40 ft High School=43 ft College=43 ft.
It was established as 10 inches in 1969.
MLB Rules state the pitching rubber will be at a height of 10 inches.
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The pitcher's mound is 43 feet away from home plate. It is the same in 18 Gold softball. At most other levels the pitcher's mound is 40 feet away from the plate.
The pitching rubber is at a height of 10 inches and is the highest spot on the mound.
There actually is no "mound" in softball. It's flat from the rubber to the plate. That's why it's also called the "pitching circle", which is the more correct term since there actually is no mound. That term just carried over from baseball.
The pitching rubber is set at a height of 10 inches.
In MLB, the mound height was lowered from 15 inches to 10 inches in the 1969 season.
You can't. Softball doesn't have a raised mound.
In MLB, the pitching rubber is at a height of 10 inches.
A baseball field is larger and it has a pitching mound. A softball field has an extended first base to protect the fielder and runner.
10u=35 ft 12u=40ft
It's 40 ft away from home plate.