Jenna Kreamer, a former All-State player at Evangel Christian High School, in Shreveport, has decided to transfer from the University of Washington, to Louisiana's Ragin' Cajun softball program.Kreamer, who led Evangel to three state titles in her four years, was a reserve for a Washington program that went 45-17 in 2012, and qualified for the Women's College World Series.

As a senior at Evangel, Kreamer hit a .358, after hitting a .490 as a junior.

Kreamer, who has good speed and power, has the ability to play multiple positions, and has three years of eligibility remaining.

She will join a Louisiana team which went 47-17 in 2012, and went to the Super Regionals for the third time in four years.

Kreamer will be one of many player that the Cajuns hope will offset the graduation losses of Nerissa Myers, Brianna Cherry, Sarah Draheim, Matte Haack, and Megan Waterman.