they first started playing in the Olympics in 1996.
West Division High School in Chicago, Illinois, was the home of the first women's softball team. It was formed there in 1895.
no the first set of people to start softball are men
The first women's softball team was formed in 1895 at Chicago's West Division High School. They did not obtain a coach for competitive play until 1899. But in 1904, the Spalding Indoor Baseball Guide devoted a large section of the guide to the game of women's softball (presumably to reach a new demographic for its equipment) and the women's game began to grow.
6 years old
Anyone playing For USA or who has played with them softball is a TEAM sport there is no "I" in team
Some games start with a toss coin, others depends on where the teams are playing. For officiating softball starts when umpire shouts "Play Ball!"
Lisa Fernandez established an Olympic record in softball with 25 strike-outs. She started playing when she was just eight years old.
I think 5th grade is the best .
ASA and USSSA women's softball is classified as a 12 inch softball
Jennie Finch started playing for the Chicago Bandits in 2005.
Jennie started playing softball at the age of five, and started pitching at the age of eight.
for entertainment, and because the men who played baseball were away at war.
110 countries play women and men's softball, i have never heard of a country that only permits women's softball.
baseball if men are playing, softball if women are playing
Men started softball. It first started as an indoor baseball league. After years it slowly progressed into women's softball, then women's fastpitch softball
A softball field.
Women started playing Volleyball probably shortly after the men
women sarted playing tennis in the late 1900's
No! if she was she couldn't play on the WOMEN'S softball team! No! if she was she couldn't play on the WOMEN'S softball team! No! if she was she couldn't play on the WOMEN'S softball team!
Yes, they do have a women's softball team.
In coed asa softball a 12 softball inch for men and an 11 inch for women softball.
so that after the world war the women could continue on playing a different version of baseball that is supposedly "easier"
11" circumference for women's slow pitch softball.
lack of promoting womans softball