The Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns will be welcoming in three softball transfers for the 2020 college softball season.

Outfielder Callie Martin, infielder Mia Camuso, and infielder Melissa Mayeux are the latest additions to the Louisiana roster.

All three will be eligible in 2020, and each have two years of eligibility remaining.

A native of Raymore, Missouri, Martin played the first two years of her collegiate career at Missouri, where she was a two-year starter, including this past season, when she hit .237 with three home runs and 18 runs batted in as the starting centerfielder.

A product of Raymore -Peculiar High School, Martin was named First Team All-State in the state of Missouri, after recording a .577 average, 47 runs scored, 40 RBI's, 13 runs scored, a .620 on-base percentage, and a 1.186 slugging percentage.

A native of Redding, California, Camuso played two years at Oregon, prior to sitting out of of 2019.

A two-year starter with the Ducks, primarily as a first baseman, Camuso hit .341 with two homers and 47 RBI's as a freshman in 2017, when she was named to the Pac-12 All-Freshman Team, before hitting .294 with a homer and 24 RBI's in 2018.

A standout prep player at Shasta High School, Camuso was ranked the No. 18 recruit in the nation by FloSoftball.com, after hitting .574 with 14 homers and 50 RBI's as a senior.

Over her high school career, Camuso hit 42 homers, while driving in 162 runs.

A native of Louviers, France, Mayeux played baseball all her life before making the transition to softball two years ago, signing with Miami Dade College.

A shortstop on the French U-18 junior national team, Mayeux an impressive .439 with 6 homers and 59 runs batted in at Miami Dade in 2019.