A member of the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns received some big national recognition from a highly respected college softball website on Tuesday.

Louisiana outfielder Ciara Bryan was named a Third-Team All-American by Justin's World of Softball.

Bryan hit .418 in 2021, to go along with seven home runs, 39 runs batted in, and 37 stolen bases.

For his exploits, Bryan was named the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year, as well as the Sn Belt Conference Newcomer of the Year, while helping lead the Cajuns to an overall record of 47-11, including the regular-season league championship, along with the postseason tournament crown.

A native of Covington, Georgia, Bryan spent the four seasons of her collegiate career at Georgia, including the shortened 2020 season, in which she compiled 11 home runs, 31 RBI, 33 hits, 39 runs, 74 total bases, and 15 stolen bases over a span of 28 games.

View the 2021 JWOS All-American Team, below:

1st Team
P-Gabbie Plain, Washington
P-Rachel Garcia, UCLA
P-Montana Fouts, Alabama
P-Keely Rochard, Virginia Tech
C-Dejah Mulipola, Arizona
1B-Alysen Febrey, Oklahoma St
2B-Tiare Jennings, Oklahoma
3B-Jenna Cone, George Washington
SS-Sami Williams, Iowa State
OF-Jocelyn Alo, Oklahoma
OF-Abby Sweet, Notre Dame
OF-Aliyah Andrews, LSU
P/UT-Valerie Cagle, Clemson
At-Large-Kayla Kowalik, Kentucky
At-Large-Alyssa Palomino-Cardoza, Arizona
At-Large-Mary Haff, Arkansas
At-Large-Megan Faraimo, UCLA
At-Large-Sammey Bunch, Northern Iowa

2nd Team
P-Carrie Eberle, Oklahoma State
P-Kassidy Wilbur, Stephen F. Austin
P-Alex Storako, Michigan
P- Brooke Yanez, Oregon
C-Bailey Hemphill, Alabama
1B-Delanie Wisz, UCLA
2B-Hannah Adams, Florida
3B-Charla Echols, Florida
SS-Sis Bates, Washington
OF-Maya Brady, UCLA
OF-Kate Gordon, James Madison
OF-Jayda Coleman, Oklahoma
P/UT-Makinzy Herzog, Texas A&M
At-Large-Sydney McKinney, Wichita St
At-Large-Odicci Alexander, James Madison
At-Large-Rylee Jensen, BYU
At-Large-Linda Rush, Drexel
At-Large-Ashley Rogers, Tennessee

3rd Team
P-Georgina Corrick, South Florida
P-Courtney Vierstra, Miami (OH)
P-Hailey Dolcini, Fresno St
C-Kinzie Hansen, Oklahoma
1B-Tricia Awald, Georgia Tech
2B-Rachel Lewis, Northwestern
3B-Kelsey Bennett, Virginia Tech
SS-Braxton Burnside, Arkansas
OF-Brooke Wilmes, Missouri
OF-Ciara Bryan, Louisiana
OF-Haley Cruse, Oregon
P/UT-Mack Leonard, Illinois St
At-Large-Haley Lee, Texas A&M
At-Large-Bailey Vannoy, Charlotte
At-Large-Paige Rauch, Villanova
At-Large-Jenna Wildeman, Central Arkansas
At-Large-Taylor Pleasants, LSU

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