Ragin' Cajun Softball Senior Pitcher Jordan Wallace is familiar with hosting a regional in Lafayette, but she's not taking this one lightly.

In what some analysts are calling the toughest regional in the collegiate softball postseason bracket, the Ragin' Cajuns play host at Lamson Park for the 11th time. It also marks the 17th consecutive season with an NCAA Tournament appearance for UL. The Cajuns are only one of nine teams to play in the NCAA Tourney every year since 2000, and they will need Wallace's arm if they want to make a deep run this time around.

Wallace has been a menace to opposing batters this season, with 15 complete games and an ERA under two (1.98). With 134 innings and 16 wins under her belt, the Cajuns will rely heavily on their ace. She's not afraid.

Hear from the Cajuns' ace what she thinks of the competition in the regional and what her plans are after graduation. Whoever hires her will get a hard worker, that's for sure.