The 2013 college softball season came to an end for Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns on Saturday afternoon, after falling to the Michigan Wolverines in the third and decisive game of a best-of-three game NCAA Super Regional series in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

After losing the series opener on Friday, 4-3, in eight innings, Louisiana forced an if necessary game, winning game two on Saturday, 5-0, before falling in the final game, 2-1.

In the first game on Saturday, the Cajuns scored the first run of the game in the bottom half of the fourth inning, when Sarah Draheim belted a solo home run, before Sara Corbello blasted a two-run homer three batters later, giving UL a 3-0 advantage.

Louisiana added two insurance runs in the bottom half of the sixth inning, as Draheim hit another solo home run, before UL added an unearned run, to make it 5-0.

That was all that Jordan Wallace needed, as the sophomore right-hander twirled her fourth shutout of the post-season, and the Cajuns went on the the 5-0 win.

Wallace allowed only three hits, while walking four, and striking out 11.

Wallace (32-8) recorded the win, while Sarah Driesenga (29-7) suffered the loss.

In the third and decisive game, Louisiana again struck first in the fourth inning, when Shellie Landry singled home Sarah Draheim with two outs, making it 1-0.

Michigan came through in the bottom half of the fifth inning however, as Ashely Lane doubled with two outs, giving the Wolverines a 2-1 lead, and the eventual 1-0 win.

Driesenga (30-7) was the winning pitcher in the third game, while Wallace (32-9) was the tough luck loser.

With the win, Michigan improved to 50-11, and advances to the Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, while Louisiana ends their season with a record of 47-15.