A former member of Louisiana's Ragin' Cajun softball team is transferring to a Pac-12 school.

A native of Alvin, Texas, Denham went 15-2 last season, to go along with a 2.27 ERA.

Those stats were good enough to earn the right-hander first team All-Sun Belt, Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year, and LSWA Freshman of the Year honors, while also being tabbed an NFCA Division I Top 23 Finalist.

In 129 innings a season ago, Denham appeared in 28 games, including 20 as a starter, logging 129.2 innings, allowing 99 hits, 42 earned runs, and 42 walks, while striking out 80 batters.

Denham, who will be eligible to play for the Wildcats in the spring, will have three seasons of eligibility remaining.

Denham becomes the second player to announce her intentions to leave he UL softball program since former head coach Michael Lotief was dismissed in early November, joining All-American shortstop DJ Sanders, who will be transferring to Oregon.

Former UL catcher Brittany Nollkamper is transferring to Arkansas, but she elected to leave the program prior to Lotief's departure.

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