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2021 NCAA Transfer Of The Year: Ciara Bryan

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Ciara Bryan of Louisiana is Softball America's NCAA Transfer of the Year for the 2021 college softball season.

Bryan, who SA named a second-team All-American earlier this month, transferred to Louisiana after four tremendous seasons at Georgia.

This season, in her final year of NCAA eligibility, Bryan posted a .418 batting average and recorded 87 hits, which ranked third in the nation and gave her the first 80-hit season for Louisiana since 2012. Her 37 steals tied her for the sixth-best mark in the country. She also posted 10 triples, seven home runs, 39 RBI and scored 63 runs on the campaign.

For her performance on the field in 2021, the outfielder was named both the Sun Belt Player of the Year and the Sun Belt Newcomer of the Year.

Bryan was selected in the inaugural Athletes Unlimited College Draft last month and will become a professional softball player later this summer.​​​

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