Louisiana Ragin' Cajun softball pitcher Jordan Wallace's collegiate career may be over, but her imprint is undeniable, which is why the school nominated her as the 2015 NCAA Woman of the Year. (see entire list of nominees here)

An All Sun-Belt and LSWA pitcher of the year, she was spectacular during stretches of her 4-year career at Louisiana.

Wallace set an NCAA record by winning her first 21st career game in the circle her freshmen year, on her way to many more.

With a career record of 91-19 (.827 winning percentage), she is currently ranked 2nd in school history in career strikeouts (905) and fourth in career victories (91).

According to the NCAA website, "the Woman of the Year (Now in its 25th year) award honors graduating female college athletes who have exhausted their eligibility and distinguished themselves throughout their collegiate careers in academics, athletics, service and leadership."

Wallace fits that criteria to a T.

The 2015 NCAA woman of the year winner will be announced on October 18th in Indianapolis, Indiana.