On Tuesday, Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns softball team will head to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to take part in the 2014 Women's College World Series.

For Louisiana, the #6-overall national seed, this will mark their sixth appearance in the WCWS, including their first since 2008.

The Cajuns, who won the regular season Sun Belt Conference championship, as well as the postseason Sun Belt Conference title, will head into the WCWS with an overall record of 49-8-1, winners of 41 of their last 44 games.

Louisiana will face Kentucky in their first game on Thursday night at 6 pm.

If the Cajuns win, they would play on Friday evening at 8:30 pm, against the Alabama/Oklahoma winner, while the two losers would meet on Saturday afternoon, at 1:30 pm, in an elimination game.

UL junior pitcher Christina Hamilton, the 2014 Sun Belt Conference Pitcher of the Year, says she's proud to be experiencing all of this with her teammates:

 

 

Senior second baseman Natalie Fernandez says going to the WCWS is a dream come true:

 

 

UL head coach Michael Lotief says the trip to the WCWS is not only for his team, but for the university and the entire community:

 

 

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