2013 (RSenior): Batted .330 in his final season at Rollins, with a .568 slugging and a .429 on base percentage...appeared in 34 contests for theTars, earning a spot on the starting lineup on 28 occasions - all at the designated hitter position...went 3-for-5 with two doubles and two runs against Saint Anselm (3/3) during the 65th Annual Baseball Week...in the Tars' final home series, Langley went 3-for-4 with two doubles, two runs and a stolen base against Nova Southeastern (5/4)...matched a career-best three RBI against Bridgeport (3/13)...finished the season with 29 hits, 19 runs, nine doubles, three triples, two home runs and 15 RBI...registered six multi-hit games and three multi-RBI games.
2012 (RJunior): In his second season at Rollins, Langley hit .246 in 41 games played; earned a starting spot on 38 occasions...held the third-best slugging percentage on the team with a .415...led the team in home runs with five and was fourth in RBI with 26...finished his junior season with 32 hits, including seven doubles, scored 19 runs and drove in 26...tallied nine multi-hit and seven multi-RBI games...went 2-for-4 with three RBI and a run scored against Wayne State (3/15)...versus Florida Tech (4/20) went a perfect 3-for-3 with three runs scored and a double...second on the team in sacrifice flies with three.
2011 (Junior): Had season shortened due to injury...appeared and started in first four games of the season...recorded a season-high four at-bats against Puerto Rico-Bayamon (2/11), to go along with a pair of hits...finished the season with a .364 batting average on four hits and 11 at-bats...scored a pair of runs against Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras...tallied two multiple-hit games.
Prior to Rollins (Colby Community College): Hit .359 in his last season at Colby CC in 53 games played and started...only player to appear in 53 games - most on team...plated 170 at-bats with 61 hits and 43 runs scored...notched 14 extra base hits, to go along with nine home runs (team-high) and drove in 52 runs (team-high)...posted a .606 slugging percentage and a .938 fielding percentage in 32 total chances....played for the Edmonton Prospects in the Western Major Baseball League in 2009.
High School: An outfield player for the Louis St. Laurent Barons in Edmonton, AB, Canada.
Personal: Born on Oct. 2, 1989 in Edmonton, AB, Canada to Sandy and Larry Langley...two brothers Cooper (16) and Tauren (13)...majoring in biochemistry.