In a typical college softball game, each team plays seven innings. Each team bats and plays defence in the field for the course of an inning. The away team will bat first. Typically, an inning concludes when the home side records three outs while batting.
If the home team is ahead at the conclusion of the visiting side’s batting turn in the seventh inning, the game finishes immediately. If the teams are tied after an inning, the game continues until one team ends with a greater score. The longest recorded college softball game occurred on May 11, 1991, between Creighton and Utah and lasted 31 innings.
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