For the second-consecutive season, a Louisiana Ragin' Cajun softball signee has earned All-American honors.

Ashlee Snyder of Salt Lake Community College, who signed with Louisiana in early June, was named a first team National Junior College All-American earlier this week.

A native of Lakewood, California, Snyder hit a .531, to go along with 34 home runs and 121 runs batted in.

For her efforts, Snyder was named the NJCAA Region 18 Player of the Year and the Scenic West Athletic Conference Player of the Year, prior to adding All-American honors to her list of 2018 accolades.

In two seasons at SLCC, Snyder hit 52 homers, to go along with 189 RBI's while striking out only three times.

Snyder, who will have two seasons of eligibility remaining, brings a much needed power bat to the Louisiana program.

As a team last season, Louisiana homered only 23 times, so Snyder can help immediately.

A corner-infielder/designated player, Snyder attended SLCC after committing to Tennessee out of high school.

With Snyder being named a JUCO All-American, she becomes the second player in as many years that the Cajuns have signed, joining infielder Brittany Holland, who signed with UL back in January.

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