UL Softball Signs Seven
The Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns signed multiple high school softball seniors on Wednesday, as part of their 2021 freshman signing class.
All are scheduled to graduate from their respective high schools next spring, and all are expected to be eligible for the 2021 college softball season.
The seven prep standouts who signed a National Letter of Intent to join Louisiana are listed below:
Mia Cantu---Outfielder (Spring, Texas/Klein Collins HS)
Delaney Enlow---First Baseman (Versailles, Ky.,/Woodford County HS)
Addie Lightner---Utility (Blue Springs, Mo./Blue Springs South HS)
Hannah Nalley---Second Baseman (Marion, Ill./Marion HS)
Sophie Piskos--Catcher/Third Baseman (Paris, Tenn./The Baylor School)
Kyleigh Sand---Shortstop (Chino, Calif./Norco HS)
Taylor Snow---Pitcher (Columbia, La./LaSalle HS).
A member of Extra Innings Softball's "Extra Elite 100", Cantu was a repeat first team all-state selection for nationally ranked Klein Collins High in Spring, Texas as a junior in 2019. The team's two-time reigning Offensive Player of the Year finished with a .531 average, to go along with 77 hits, 47 RBI's, and 59 runs scored.
A two-sport star, lettering in softball and basketball, for Woodford (Ky.) High School, Enlow hit .414 as a junior last season, while belting 16 home runs and driving on 60 runs.
A member of Extra Innings Softball's "Extra Elite 100", Lightner, who has pitched and hit for Blue Springs (Mo.) South High School, wrapped up her prep career this fall, sporting an 8-1 record and 1.72 ERA in the circle while hitting a .398 average with five home runs and 32 RBI's at the plate.
A shortstop at Marion (Ill.) High School, Nalley earned first-team all-conference and all-region honors as well as third team all-state honors during her junior season while hitting over .500.
Piskos has helped lead The Baylor School of Chattanooga, Tenn., to back-to-back state titles in 2018 and 2019. During the timeframe, she has sported a .482 average and produced 90-plus base hits and RBI's.
Sand, from Norco High School and Ayala High School, both in California, hit .352 average last season, helping lead Norco to the CIF Division 1 championship.
Snow, a three-time first-team all-state and all-district pitcher for LaSalle High School, was nominated for Extra Innings Softball's Top 100 rankings. She has pitched her team to three consecutive state championship game appearances, earning the title her freshman season.
As a junior last season, Snow compiled an overall record of 25-4, to go along with a 0.71 ERA and 215 strikeouts over 163 innings pitched.