Contents

- 1 How fast does the average d1 softball pitcher throw?
- 2 How fast do softball pitchers throw compared to baseball?
- 3 What is a 70 mph softball pitch in baseball?
- 4 How fast do d2 softball pitchers throw?
- 5 How hard do d1 softball pitchers throw?
- 6 What is the hardest position in softball?
- 7 What is the fastest softball pitch ever?
- 8 Is it harder to hit a homerun in softball or baseball?
- 9 How long does it take a 70 mph fastball to reach home plate?
- 10 How fast should a 14 year old pitch?
- 11 How fast is a 60 mph softball pitch in baseball?
- 12 How fast should 10 year old pitch?

## How fast does the average d1 softball pitcher throw?

What is the average pitching speed for college softball? Throwing 63 miles per hour will get you noticed by scouts, but the average pitching speed for college softball ranges from 58-65 miles per hour, taking all divisions into consideration.

## How fast do softball pitchers throw compared to baseball?

In college softball, the average pitch can range from 59 to 64 mph, whereas in college baseball average speeds can range from 80 to 95 mph, contributing to its velocity. Types of pitches for both sports are generally the same when it comes to the motion and spin of the ball.

## What is a 70 mph softball pitch in baseball?

Top softball pitchers like Jennie Finch can throw roughly 70 miles per hour, the equivalent of a low-90s fastball thrown from 60 feet away. There are, of course, many hundreds of human beings who can hit a low-90s fastball. But most of them play professional baseball, and nearly all of them are men.

## How fast do d2 softball pitchers throw?

How fast do d2 pitchers throw? Pitchers in this tier typically throw velocities of 77 MPH – 82 MPH. These pitchers will have control of at least one off-speed pitch and be developing another.

## How hard do d1 softball pitchers throw?

The average pitching speed for college players is 58 – 65MPH, or 66 – 74 MPH for higher end averages.

## What is the hardest position in softball?

Shortstop: Get Ready To Work But the differences in play style and needed ability make shortstop the hardest infield position there is, often thought of as the key fielding position.

## What is the fastest softball pitch ever?

The fastest recorded softball pitch is 77 mph (123.9 km/h), achieved by Monica Abbott (USA) on 16 June 2012 in a National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) game for the Chicago Bandits against the Carolina Diamonds in Kannapolis, North Carolina, USA.

## Is it harder to hit a homerun in softball or baseball?

Baseball is played on a much larger field than softball and needs almost double the length of a softball field to hit a homerun. However, baseballs are much lighter and travel much farther once hit due to the high speed of the pitch.

## How long does it take a 70 mph fastball to reach home plate?

It takes less than a half second for a fastball to travel from the pitcher’s hand to home plate. That is all the time you have to react to the pitch. The average person’s reaction time is around 0.75 seconds.

## How fast should a 14 year old pitch?

Generally, 14 year old average cruising speed would be about 65 mph. Average freshman pitcher (14 to 15 year old) cruising speed would be about 70 mph. Average cruising speed for a good high school pitching prospect at 14 to 15 years old would be about 75 mph.

## How fast is a 60 mph softball pitch in baseball?

It takes a 60 mph fastball 0.42 seconds to travel 37 feet. To find the equivalent baseball pitch speed, we need to find how fast a ball should be going to cover a baseball pitching distance in 0.42 seconds.

## How fast should 10 year old pitch?

The average fastball velocity for pitchers 10 years old and younger is between 40-50 mph. The average change up speed for this age group is about 10 mph slower, putting the velocity between 30-40 mph. Pitchers in this age group are playing in the Majors division in Little League.