Versatile guard that can be used at the point as well as a shooting guard ... quick hands and strong on defense ... was the first rookie off the bench during the 2010-11 season, continued to add key minutes from the bench as a sophomore and junior, started three games each season... major contributor during both the 2011, 2012, 2013 postseason runs, playing key minutes in both the BIG EAST and NCAA tournaments ... was a high school McDonalds All-American nominee with teammate Briana Brown.
Joe Tartamella on Langley:
"Keylantra has the ability to make us a great team this year. She has put in the time this offseason to improve her game and endurance to make our team better. Key brings strength to the guard position and has the ability to stretch defenses with her shot making ability."
As A Junior In 2012-13:
Played in 28 games, started in three... averaged 3.4 points, 1.8 rebounds per game... totaled 25 assists, seven blocks and 13 steals... registered double-digits once with a career-high 16 points against Seton Hall (Jan. 12)... Scored two points in five minutes of action in her first appearance of the season against Iona (Nov. 21), after missing the first three games of the season due to concussion-like symptoms...Scored eight points on 3-for-4 shooting from the field against Hartford (Nov. 25) in 15 minutes of action...Played 27 minutes in her first start of the season at Boston University (Dec. 1), recording five points along with one steal, one block, two assists and one rebound...Scored six points and grabbed three rebounds vs. Tennessee Tech (Dec. 15)...Poured in five points, grabbed two rebounds and tied a career-high with two blocked shots against NJIT (Dec. 28). Langley has blocked two shots four times in her career, previously tying the career-high last season against Providence (Jan. 4, 2011)...Scored a career-high 16 points against Seton Hall (Jan. 12) at Madison Square Garden. The contest also marked the first time the junior has scored in double-figures in her career. She also marked a career-high seven field goals against the Pirates...Earned her second start of the season against Pitt (Jan. 16) and finished with eight points, six rebounds and two steals...Tied a then career-high with 32 minutes played at then No. 2/3 Notre Dame (Jan. 20). Also scored seven points and grabbed two rebounds in the contest...Played a career-high 34 minutes and scored six points against Syracuse (Jan. 23) in her third start of the season ... Scored seven points on 3-for-7 shooting from the field against Georgetown (Feb. 9)...Finished with three points and three rebounds at Villanova (Feb. 27)...Scored two points and tallied three assists and one rebound against DePaul (Mar. 4)...Grabbed five rebounds, scored three assists and dished out two assists against Seton Hall (Mar. 9)...Scored two points on 1-for-2 shooting from the field against No. 18/15 Dayton (Mar. 24) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
As A Sophomore In 2011-12:
Played in 33 games, started three ... averaged 4.5 points, 2.1 rebounds per game ... totaled 42 assists, doubling her season-total from her rookie season ... recorded a career-high in points and blocks in the season-opener against St. Bonaventure (Nov. 12) with 9 points on 4-of-9 shooting and two blocks ... played a solid overall game against La Salle (Nov. 16) amassing eight points, a career-high six rebounds, three assists, two steals and a block ... tied a career-high with nine points and hit her first-career 3-pointer at Hofstra (Nov. 18) ... tied a season-high with three assists against Wagner (Nov. 22) ... poured in seven points off the bench vs. Howard (Nov. 30) ... matched a career-high with nine points against Hartford (Dec. 4), including a buzzer-beating 3-pointer to end the first half ... recorded a career-high three steals at then-No. 20/21 DePaul (Dec. 7) ... contributed four points off the bench against No. 1 Baylor (Dec. 11) ... earned her first career-start against Prairie View (Dec. 17) in the STJ-Chartwells Holiday Classic and totaled eight points, three assists and two rebounds ... played a career-high 31 minutes against Memphis (Dec. 18) in the STJ-Chartwells Holiday Classic championship game ... dished out three assists against Harvard (Dec. 22) ... added four points, four assists and five rebounds off the bench vs. Boston University (Dec. 31) ... pitched in six points on 2-of-3 shooting off the bench against then-No. 14/12 Louisville (Jan. 8) ... matched a career-high with four assists against Syracuse (Jan. 11) ... scored six points off the bench against then-No. 2 Notre Dame (Jan. 28) ... recorded two assists and zero turnovers against Pittsburgh (Jan. 31) ... excelled off the bench with seven points and three rebounds against Louisville (March 4) at the BIG EAST Tournament ... went 4-of-4 from the free throw line against No. 14 seed Creighton (March 18) in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament in Norman, Okla. ... added another six points against No. 2 seed Duke in the Red Storm's first-ever Sweet 16 appearance (March 24) in Fresno, Calif.
As A Freshman In 2010-11:
Played in 28 games, the most in her class ... averaged 1.4 points and 1.0 rebounds per game ... totaled 23 assists ... went 9-for-13 (.692) from the free throw line ... had four points, two rebounds and one assist in career-debut vs. Marist (Nov. 12) ... brought down one rebound at Kansas State (Nov. 13) ... scored four points on 2-of-3 shooting and added two rebounds and two assists vs. Columbia (Nov. 19) ... picked up first career block in BIG EAST-opener vs. Seton Hall (Dec. 8 ... brought down a career-high five boards in a career-high 17 minutes of action against Southern Mississippi (Dec. 18) ... tallied a career-high four assists in win over Pittsburgh (Feb. 26) ... registered career-highs in free throws (4) and total points (6) in regular season finale at West Virginia (Feb. 28) ... scored four points against both West Virginia (March 5) and DePaul (March 6) in the BIG EAST Conference Championship at the XL Center in Hartford, Conn. ... provided a major spark off the bench in the NCAA Tournament First Round win over Texas Tech (March 19) scoring five points in 14 minutes of play ... dished out three assists in a career-high 20 minutes of play in the NCAA Tournament Second Round matchup against Stanford (March 21).
At Lauralton Hall:
Nationally ranked No. 37 by ESPN HoopGurlz ... four year starter at Lauralton Hall High School ... averaged 15.6 points, 7.3 rebounds, and 5.0 assists per game ... captain her senior year ... named to All-State team her junior and senior years ... made the All-Southwest Conference and All-Southwest Tournament teams from 2008-2010 ... to Connecticut Post All-Stars three times, named MVP in 2010 ... McDonald's All-American nominee.
Keylantra K. Langley ... daughter of Iva Williams and Donnie Langley, Sr. ... has five siblings: Donnie Jr. (17), Alicia, Ky, Anthony Johnson, and Tyrell Lewis ... played AAU basketball for the CT Premier, where she won a state championship. ... a sport management major.