Position
Pitcher/first Base
Height
6'0
Class
Freshman
Hometown
Orange, Texas
B/T
R
High School
Little Cypress - Mauriceville HS

2010 NFCA All-South Region First-Team
2010 All-Louisiana Second Team
2010 SEC Pitcher of the Week (March 22)
2010 LSWA Pitcher of the Week (March 10)
2010 Tiger Invitational All-Tournament Team
2010 Purple & Gold Challenge All-Tournament Team
2009 Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-South Region First Team
2009 All-LSWA First Team
LSWA Pitcher of the Week (April 28 & May 7, 2009)
2008 Second-Team All-SEC
2008 LSWA Honorable Mention All-Louisiana
2008 SEC Academic Honor Roll

SENIOR SEASON (2010)
Made 27 appearances highlighted by 23 starts en route to a 13-5 record and a 1.47 ERA, third-lowest in the SEC … Compiled 124 strikeouts, 11th in the SEC, against 26 walks over 133.0 innings … Four of her five losses came against the high-octane offenses of Florida (2-1), Alabama (3-1), Georgia (3-2) and Louisiana-Lafayette (1-0) where she received only four total runs of support … Her .198 opponent batting average ranked fifth, while her 33 runs allowed were fifth-fewest allowed in the SEC rankings … Seven of Trahan’s 13 victories came against RPI Top 50 opponents … Four of her 12 complete games went for shutouts … Finished her career among LSU’s Top 6 in strikeouts (474), wins (47), strikeouts per 7 IP (6.99) and shutouts (15) … Reeled off eight consecutive wins (Feb. 19-March 31) after missing opening weekend due to injury … Surrendered only two earned runs in first 11 appearances, a run of 56.0 frames … Posted a season-high 11 strikeouts over five innings of four-hit ball against Southern (Feb. 26) … Racked up 10 Ks in a 5-1 triumph over Jacksonville State (Feb. 27) … Started SEC action with a five-hitter and tallied at South Carolina (March 13) … Had to borrow cleats and glove due from teammates due to travel issues … Hurled a three-hitter with six Ks to open Auburn series (March 20) … Earned first career SEC Pitcher of the Week award (March 22) … Bounced back from back-to-back losses at No. 6 Florida (April 3) and No. 6 Alabama (April 7) piling up seven strikeouts in game one against Mississippi State (April 10) … Notched a pair of wins against Arkansas (April 17 & 18) fueled by a Senior Day triumph to conclude series … Limited No. 8 Georgia (April 29) to one run on five singles in series opener … Handed a no-decision despite picking up seven Ks over 6.1 strong innings versus Kentucky (May 13) in quarterfinals of SEC Tournament … Held No. 5 Florida (May 14) to one run on four hits and tacked on four strikeouts during LSU’s 9-1 semifinal win … Earned a win over every SEC opponents after Florida victory en route to All-Tournament Team honors … Received tough-luck loss after allowing one run on four hits over 4.1 innings against Louisiana-Lafayette (May 22) in line appearance at NCAA Baton Rouge Regional. 

JUNIOR SEASON (2009)
Recorded 29 appearances, including a staff-best 26 starts in the circle … Went 12-7 and fired 11 complete games en route to NFCA All-South Region First-Team honors … Ranked in the SEC’s Top 10 in ERA (2.46), strikeouts (141) and opponent batting average (.217) … Eight of her 12 wins came versus SEC opponents … Started season with six no decisions after being limited by pinch count due to recovering from injury … Tossed three shutout innings with five strikeouts in new Tiger debut against McNeese State (Feb. 11) … Won five consecutive decisions (Feb. 22-March 8) highlighted by a pair of one-hit performances against UAB (Feb. 22) and Southern Miss (Feb. 25) … Picked up complete game victory and scattered two runs on six hits with eight strikeouts against No. 2 Alabama (March 18) … Racked up a season-high 11 and allowed four runs on three hits at Arkansas (April 10) … Notched a pair of wins over South Carolina (April 25-26) and Auburn (May 2-3) to conclude regular season … Surrendered only three hits and tallied 12 strikeouts over 12 innings against South Carolina … Relieved Dani Hofer and pitched a one-hit shutout against the Gamecocks … Fanned seven and limited Cal State Fullerton (May 15) to two runs on six hits in NCAA Tempe Regional.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2008)
May 30 appearances, going 18-6 on the season … Was named a second-team All-SEC selection … Earned honorable mention All-Louisiana honors … Ranked 76th in the NCAA in wins and 99th in strikeouts per seven innings … Was in the top 10 in the SEC in wins and strikeouts … In conference play, ranked in the top 10 in the SEC in wins, earned run average, opposing batting average, innings pitched, strikeouts and strikeouts looking … Threw a complete-game one-hitter in win over No. 16 Georgia … Recorded six complete-game shutouts and combined for two more … Posted 10 or more strikeouts in four games, including a season high 11 strikeouts vs. Southern Miss and Auburn … Member of the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2007)
Made nine appearances, including five starts, with a 4-1 record … Recorded three complete-game shutouts and combined for an additional shutout … Gave up only three earned runs in 38.2 innings pitched … Averaged 10.9 strikeouts per seven innings … Opponents are hitting just .157 against her … In four of her nine appearances, she struck out 10 or more with a season-best 12 at Centenary … Also had a fifth game with nine strikeouts, her lowest of any outing on the year with three or more innings of work … Threw two complete-game one-hitters … Went 0-for-5 at the plate with a pair of walks.

HIGH SCHOOL
Led her team to the 2006 Texas 4A state championship … Earned EA Sports All-America honors … Went 27-2 in the circle, while hitting .470 from the plate as a senior … Was the Most Outstanding Softball Player in Orange County in 2004 and 2006 … Was the MVP of her district and the All-Beaumont team in 2006 … Also earned Texas Sports Writer’s Association all-state MVP and was the Texas Girls Coaches Association 4A Player of the Year … Selected as the 4A state championship game Most Valuable Player and the MVP of the state tournament … Member of the National Honor Society … Named to the Texas High School Academic All-State 4A team … Led her summer league team to the 2001 12U AFA National Championship and the 2005 18U AFA National Championship.

PERSONAL
Full name is Cody Michelle Trahan … Parents are Johnny and Becky Trahan … Has one brother, Justin (22) … Father played football at Stephen F. Austin … Plans to major in kinesiology … Born on Feb. 6, 1988, in Orange, Texas.

 

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