NCAA Division I softball career sub-1.00 ERA list
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There are currently 60 pitchers and 41 records in the sub-1.00 ERA Club:
*Note every player on the list played four seasons totaling at least 700.0 innings pitched.
Debbie Doom ended her career pitching a 9-inning win in the 1985 Women's College World Series final vs. the Nebraska Cornhuskers. She only allowed an unearned run to solidify her career ERA in 725.2 innings.〔 She was one of the first NCAA Division I pitchers to accomplish a -1.00 ERA for a four-year career Debby Day was the first to pitch her entire career from 43 ft., whereas all others prior to the 1988 season pitched from 40 ft.
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