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Read moreIn 2018, the NCAA had to issue a warning for players who had a history of violating rules and rules violations at various events.
Those include multiple instances of the NCAA banning players from participating in softball, softball games, and baseball tournaments.
The new guidelines do not apply to softball players who were suspended or ejected from the sport for using a device that allows for ball speed to be measured in excess of 200 miles per hour.
That includes the devices commonly used by the NCAA’s Softball and Baseball Rules and Regulations Committee.
The committee issued the following statement to FOX Sports regarding the rules:The NCAA softball team will continue to conduct its program to ensure the safety of our players and all fans attending our programs.
We also appreciate the assistance of the media to inform fans of the new rules.
We will provide additional information to the media when we have it.
The NCAA is working closely with the National Association of Basketball Coaches and Major League Baseball, which has the authority to adopt the new softball rules and regulations.
The NCAA and the league have worked together in recent years on rules related to concussion management and other topics.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.