Ashley Brignac tossed 112 pitches over 7.0 innings in her first complete game of the season. She struck out eight batters, while walking just three. The sophomore hurler finished the game with her fourth no-hitter of her career.
As a freshman, Brignac recorded three no-hitters as a true freshman in 2008. Her first no-hitter came on Mar. 11, as she worked a perfect game against IUPUI. Ten days later, Brignac recorded a no-hitter against UNLV at the Judi Garman Classic. On Apr. 16, she worked a no-hitter against Florida Atlantic – her only no-no in Sun Belt Conference play.
In the game, Brignac allowed just five base runners and saw only two base runners reach scoring position. The Aztecs' biggest threat of the game came in the third inning as leadoff batter Brittany Knudsen reached third before a fly ball ended the inning.
The Ragin' Cajuns collected six hits as a team with the slap hitters combining for all six hits. Katie Smith, Karli Hubbard and Kelly Cormier each had two hits apiece in the contest.
The Cajuns second game today against Kentucky was canceled after rain delay, with the Louisiana trailing 2-0.
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