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Home to front of pitching rubber — In high school and college softball, the distance from home plate to the front of the pitching rubber in the middle of the pitcher’s mound is 43 feet exactly.

## What is the distance between the pitcher’s mound and home plate in softball?

How far is the mound in softball? 14 and under teams typically use a mound that is 40 feet away from home plate. 15 and up teams typically use a mound that is 43 feet away from home plate.

## How far is the pitchers mound in fast pitch softball?

In a fast-pitch game with girls 19 and under, the distance between the mound and home should be 43 feet. Fast-pitch softball for girls 16 and under usually is 40 feet. In a youth girls’ slow-pitch game for ages 19 and under, the distance between home and the pitcher’s mound should be 50 feet.

## Is the pitching rubber is 40 feet from home plate in softball?

What is the distance from home plate to the front of the pitching mound in fastpitch Softball? The pitching rubber is the white slab centered in the 16 foot radius circle that is 24 inches long by 6 inches wide. In summary: Pitching distance for 10U is 35 ft., for 12U it’s 40 ft., and for 13U and up it’s 43 ft.

## How far is pitching mound for 12U softball?

12U softball’s pitching mound is secured at 40 feet. When players reach the 14U level, the pitching mound is moved back to 43 feet and that is where it will stay. The ball size will remain at 12 inches for the remainder of a softball players career as well.

## What is the pitching distance for 12U baseball?

11U/12U pitch at 46 feet and the bases are at 60 feet. At Walker, it’s the closest base pegs (of three) and the closest pitching rubber. (Please note there is sometimes a third pitching rubber that is temporary for AA games in which case 46 feet would be the middle rubber).

## What is the pitching distance for 13U baseball?

As previously mentioned, the distance between pitcher’s mound and home plate for 13U pitchers is 4 feet farther than it is for 12U pitchers (50′ vs. 54′). For catchers, the distance is approximately 14 feet farther (99′ vs. 113′ 3”).

## How do you measure the pitcher’s mound to home plate?

Measure and mark the proper distance of the pitching plate (rubber) from home plate. The pitching plate (rubber) is measured from the front edge and center of the pitching plate (rubber) to the APEX of home plate. The front edge of home plate is 17 inches in front of the apex.

## How far is the pitcher from home plate?

The pitcher’s plate must be a 24-inch by 6-inch slab of whitened rubber that is 10 inches above the level of home plate and 60 feet, 6 inches away from the back point of home plate.

## How far is home to second in softball?

Softball Field Dimensions

Baseline | 65′ | 60′ |
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Home to Second | 91′ 11” | 84′ 10” |

Home to Front of Rubber | 50′ | 43′ |

Radius of Skinned Infield | 65′ | 60′ |

Home Plate to Backstop | 25′ min | 25′ min |

## How far is pitchers mound 16 softball?

The Playing Field

The official 16 inch diamond base lines will be sixty (60) feet. The pitching distance will be thirty-eight (38) feet.

## How far is pitcher’s mound?

A standard Little League field has base paths of 60 feet, and a pitching distance of 46 feet (measured from the back point of home plate to the front edge of the pitcher’s plate) .

## Does softball have a pitcher’s mound?

The Softball Pitcher’s Mound is drawn from chalk on the ground and has 2 straight lines that come out from the pitching rubber to create the pitching lane. A Softball Pitcher’s Mound is used throughout the game to determine when a play has ended.

## How far is the pitching rubber from home plate in slow pitch softball?

The distance from Pitchers Mound to Home Plate vary by age and type of softball field also. For adult slow pitch this distance can range from 35 to 53 feet. Typically the Grass Line is 60 feet in a semi-circle in circumference from the Pitchers Mound (rubber).

## How fast should a 12u softball pitcher pitch?

Average softball pitching speed by age

Age | Average Pitching Speeds | High-end Averages |
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10 | 35 – 39 MPH | 40 – 43 MPH |

11 | 38 – 42 MPH | 43 – 46 MPH |

12 | 41 – 48 MPH | 49 – 53 MPH |

13 | 45 – 53 MPH | 54 – 56 MPH |

## How far is the pitcher’s mound from home plate in 14U baseball?

With bases set 80 feet apart and pitchers throwing from 54 feet, PONY 14U™ LEAGUERS play one of the most fascinating games in all of youth baseball.