Position
Infield
Height
5'8
Class
Freshman
Hometown
Pueblo West, Colo.
Major
Sport Commerce
B/T
R
High School
Pueblo West HS

2012 All-SEC Defensive Team
2012 All-Louisiana First Team
2012 Louisiana Hitter of the Week (03/15)
2012 Purple & Gold Challenge All-Tournament Team
2011 NCAA College Station All-Regional Team
2011 All-Louisiana Honorable Mention
2011 Tiger Classic All-Tournament Team
2010 All-Louisiana Honorable Mention
2010 Tiger Classic All-Tournament Team
2010 Louisiana Hitter of the Week (02/23, 04/20)
2009 NCAA Tempe Regional All-Tournament Team
2009 Easton Tiger Classic All-Tournament Team

SENIOR SEASON (2012)
Only player to start all 65 games of the 2012 season … All 65 of Langoni’s starts came in left field … Picked up SEC All-Defensive Team and All-Louisiana First-Team accolades … Wrapped up her career by starting in 152 consecutive games dating back to 2010 … Finished as LSU’s triple crown leader with a .262 batting average (45-for-172) to go along with six home runs and 31 RBIs … Her 45 hits, 77 total bases, 12 doubles, 12 multi-hit efforts and eight multi-RBI performances also were team-highs … Garnered a fifth-place finish with 29 career home runs and 35 career multi-RBI games … Drove home 132 career RBIs to secure the No. 7 position on LSU’s all-time list … The 12 doubles were tied for seventh in the SEC rankings … Drew 43 walks to set a program single-season mark and rank sixth among the SEC leaders … Her 110 career walks are third on LSU’s all-time list … Ripped a solo home run against Penn State (Feb. 10) during her season debut … Coaxed four walks to match a program single-game record versus Penn State (Feb. 11) … Turned in a 2-for-3 performance with a season’s best three RBIs against Cal State Northridge (Feb. 18) … Tacked on three more RBIs and equaled a program single-game record with four runs scored versus Utah State (Feb. 19) … Tallied a season-high three hits fueled by two doubles at No. 23 Oklahoma State (March 4) … Notched three RBIs apiece during victories over Nicholls State (March 7) and Mississippi Valley State (March 9) … Cranked a RBI double as part of a three-run fifth inning during a 4-1 win over No. 20 Auburn (March 14) … Added RBIs during all three games of the South Carolina series (March 23-25) … Crossed the plate four times to match her own program single-game mark at South Carolina (March 25) … Pieced together a season-long four-game hitting streak (March 30-April 4) which included all three games of the Arkansas series …  Blasted a two-run homer, the final dinger of her career, during LSU’s 3-2 victory over national champion and No. 2 Alabama (April 7) … Her RBIs during the first two games of the Ole Miss series (April 20-21) enabled Langoni to pass Quinlan Duhon (2005-08) for seventh place on the RBIs list … Produced hits in five of LSU’s nine postseason games (May 18-June 2) … Was 1-for-4 with a run scored in LSU’s 6-1 triumph over No. 9 national seed Missouri (May 26) to open the NCAA Columbia Super Regional …  Went 2-for-4 with a RBI double against No. 1 national seed California (May 31) during LSU’s Women’s College World Series opener. 

JUNIOR SEASON (2011)
Joined Tammy Wray as the only two players to start in all 58 games … All of Langoni’s 58 starts came in left field … Batted .271 (48-for-177) and provided five home runs along with 38 RBIs … Her 48 hits and 12 multi-hit performances were a team-high … Her 38 RBIs, seven multi-RBI outings and 73 total bases were second on the team … 20 of her 38 RBIs came during SEC action, good enough for a 12th place tie in league rankings … One of four players to draw over 20 walks … Added an RBI in first four games of the season (Feb. 11-12) … Equaled a career-high with three hits versus Bowling Green (Feb. 12) … Notched Tiger Classic All-Tournament Team accolades … Broke 45 at-bat homerless stretch to open the season in style against Fordham (Feb. 26) … Final leg of  LSU’s historic three consecutive long balls off of All-American Jen Mineau during the sixth inning … Put together a career-long seven-game hitting streak (March 13-April 1) … Provided RBIs in all three games of the series against No. 24 Kentucky (March 18-20) … Her solo home run during third inning of rubber game proved to be game-winner … Was 3-for-4 and contributed a career-best five RBIs in Arkansas series opener (April 1) … Became 30th player in program history to reach 100 career hits versus No. 1 Alabama (April 9) … Posted a 4-for-6 effort with five RBIs during Auburn doubleheader (April 20) … Her RBI single in the first inning of game two was the contest’s only run … Went 2-for-3 with a RBI against South Carolina (May 6) … Racked up seven hits sparked by a trio of multi-hit efforts en route to NCAA College Station All-Regional Team honors … Went 2-for-4 with a RBI against Sacred Heart (May 21) … Turned in a 3-for-4 performance with a RBI-triple and a two-run homer during elimination game versus Syracuse (May 21).

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2010)
Totaled 51 starts at left field … Batted .288 (42-for-146) with a team-high nine home runs and 34 RBIs … Compiled a .527 slugging percentage to rank second on the squad, while her 28 walks were third … Swiped 11-for-11 in stolen bases … Her 10 multi-RBI efforts were second on the team only behind Rachel Mitchell … Tied for third on the team with 13 two-out RBIs … Paced the LSU outfielders with 10 assists … Earned a pair of LSWA Hitter of the Week (Feb. 23 & April 20) awards … Connected for a two-run homer in the fifth inning against No. 19 North Carolina (Feb. 13) to push LSU ahead 4-3 … Added a two-run dinger to score LSU’s first runs of the season at Tiger Park against Louisiana-Monroe (Feb. 17) … Opened a season-best four-game hitting streak en route to a Tiger Classic All-Tournament selection (Feb. 19-21) with another two-run long ball to fuel LSU’s six-run fourth inning against Oklahoma State (Feb. 19) … Turned in a 3-for-4 performance and matched a career-best four RBIs against Virginia (Feb. 21) … Cranked a solo walkoff homer during the ninth inning against Houston (Feb. 28) … Her fifth inning sacrifice fly tied the score at 1-1 against Campbell (March 6) … Missed a 10-game stretch (March 13-24) due to injury … Strung together hits in all three games at No. 6 Florida (April 3-4) … Reeled off 15 RBIs over a 12-game stretch (April 10-29) … Started run by going 3-for-6 with a trio of RBIs in first two games against Mississippi State (April 10) … Equaled a career-high with four RBIs at Nicholls State (April 14) … Her two-run homer in the fifth inning vaulted LSU to a 4-2 win to start the Arkansas series (April 17) … Notched more late inning heroics with a walkoff RBI-double in the 10th inning of game two versus Arkansas (April 17) … Provided hits in all three games and tacked on three RBIs at Kentucky (April 24-25) … Came away with a 2-for-4 effort and a RBI in series opener against No. 8 Georgia (April 29) … Scored a career-best three runs in LSU’s 9-1 semifinal victory over No. 5 Florida (May 14) at the SEC Tournament … Went 2-for-8 with two walks at the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional (May 21-22) … Her two-run double put the finishing touches of a 6-0 win over McNeese State (May 21).

FRESHMAN SEASON (2009)
Totaled 49 appearances, including 46 starts seeing action at second base, third base, right field, left field and designated player … Batted .227 and paced team with nine home runs … 14 of her 29 hits went for extra bases … Finished third driving home 29 RBIs and teamed with fellow freshmen Juliana Santos and Anissa Young to provide 43.0 percent (92-of-214) of LSU’s RBIs … Shared team lead producing 10 multi-RBI efforts … Tied for second on team drawing 18 walks … Drew bases loaded walk for her first career RBI in season opener against UAB (Feb. 5) … Picked up first career hit on a single at Hawai’i (Feb. 7) … Went 2-for-3 and belted first career homer against No. 5 Texas A&M (Feb. 15) … Provided game-winning single during eighth inning against Northern Iowa (Feb. 20) … Strung together a season-long six-game hitting with RBIs in each game (March 4-18) highlighted by a three-run homer in game two against Kentucky (March 7) and a solo shot during opening game of doubleheader against No. 2 Alabama (March 18) … Produced a pair of multi-RBI efforts to start Arkansas series (April 10) … Knocked go-ahead two-run home run in fifth inning of Auburn series finale (May 3) … Started all four NCAA Tempe Regional games in left field … Threw out runner at the plate in third inning against Cal State Fullerton (May 15) … Cranked grand slam in 10-2 victory over No. 9 Arizona State (May 16) … Became 17th player in program history to pop two home runs in a game against No. 9 Arizona State (May 17).

HIGH SCHOOL
Four-year letterwinner for Bob Zinanti at Pueblo West High School in Colorado … Team won back-to-back 4A State Championships in 2005 and 2006 in addition to a trio of SCL League Championships from 2005-07 … Picked up three All-SLC First-Team selections from 2006-08 … A two-time All-State First-Team pick in 2007 and 2008 … Hit a walk-off grand slam in the state playoffs to earn final win of career … Knocked in the second-most RBIs in the state during the 2006 season … Won the SLC League batting championship in 2008 … also lettered in basketball … Played club softball with the Colorado Quick Silvers. 

PERSONAL
Full name is Ashley Rose Langoni … Daughter of Robert and Terry Langoni … Has one brother, Eric (30) … Majoring in sports  administration with a commerce concentration … Born on July 15, 1989 in Pueblo, Colo.

 

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