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What is the difference in the balls used for NSA and ASA Softball?

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The compression on NSA softball in official play is 275 pounds on a .52 c.o.r. ball, with the men using a 12 inch ball and the women using an 11 inch ball. The ASA, on the other hand, uses a .52 with a 300 pound compression.
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