Orgeron in her senior year lead the country with 94 RBIs and was second in home runs with 23. In 2011, she finished with 101 RBI, the third highest single-season total in NCAA history and the most since 1996. In 2010, she started 61 games for the Cajuns, mostly in right field and hit .307 on the season with a Cajuns high and Sun Belt best 56 RBI while ripping 15 home runs, the second most on the team and second most in the Sun Belt. Her 16 doubles led the Cajuns and ranked second in the Sun Belt. In 2011, Orgeron posted stellar numbers at the plate batting .417 with 86 hits including, 20 doubles and 23 homeruns. The two time All-American earned multiple awards at ULL and also spent some time on the USA Women’s National Team.
|7||Lee Ann Spivey||C|
|13||Meagan May Whitley||C|
|0||Ali Aguilar - DRAFTEE||SS|
|0||Nikki Udria - DRAFTEE||IF|
|0||Hannah Flippen - DRAFTEE||IF|
|0||Morgan Zerkle - DRAFTEE||OF|