LINCOLN–(KFOR June 13)–One of the most decorated pitchers in college softball is leaving one of the most dominant programs after helping them to their third straight national title.

Jordy Bahl announced on Twitter Monday that she’s leaving the Oklahoma softball program and returning to her home state of Nebraska. No destination in terms of a school has been disclosed to where Bahl could continue her softball career.

Bahl, who was an all-state selection at Papillion-LaVista, helped the Sooners to national titles the past two seasons and this year had a record of 22-1 with 1.09 ERA and was the College World Series MVP.