15 inches, as compared to the current 10 inches.
What is the height of the pitcher's mound in college baseball
There is no height difference. A softball mound is not raised like a baseball 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 height of the mound and the size of the pitching rubber could vary from one level of baseball to the next, but within each level, they will be the same.
The sport of baseball has a pitcher's mound.
By regulation, the peak of the mound should rise 10 1/2 inches above home plate.
In MLB, the mound height was lowered from 15 inches to 10 inches in the 1969 season.
MLB Rules state the pitching rubber will be at a height of 10 inches.
In MLB the mound is 60 feet 6 inches from the plate