Frese on Langhorne
"In the purest sense of the word, Crystal is a winner. She's an incredibly rare player whose impact is undeniable. Her resume of accomplishments will earn her a place in history. She cares and pays attention to detail. She is a proven All-American."
Langhorne's Honor Roll
Preseason Wade Trophy Candidate (2005, 06, 07)
Preseason John R. Wooden Award Candidate (2006, 07)
Preseason Naismith Award Candidate (2006, 07)
WBCA All-American (2007, 08)
USBWA All-American (2006, 07, 08)
Associated Press 2nd team All-American (2006, 07, 08)
Lowe's Senior CLASS first team All-American (2008)
Wade Trophy Finalist (2007, 08)
John R. Wooden Award Finalist (2006, 07)
Wooden Midseason All-American (2007, 08)
WBCA Honorable Mention All-American (2006)
WBCA Region II All-American (2006, 2007, 08)
Associated Press Preseason All-American (2006, 07)
U21 USA Basketball Tri-Captain (2007)
USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year (2005)
U19 USA Basketball Most Valuable Player (2005)
U19 USA Basketball Tri-Captain (2005)
NCAA Albuquerque Region Most Outstanding Player (2006)
ACC Player of the Year (2008)
ACC Rookie of the Year (2005)
First Team All-ACC (2006, 07, 08)
Second team All-ACC (2005)
First team All-ACC Tournament (2005, 06)
Second team All-ACC Tournament (2007, 08)
BTI Classic Most Valuable Player (2006)
Junkanoo Jam All-Tournament Team (2006)
Paradise Jam All-Tournament Team (2005)
Terrapin Classic Most Valuable Player (2005, 07)
Terrapin Classic All-Tournament Team (2005, 06, 07)
ACC Player of the Week (six times) - School Record
ACC Preseason Player of the Year (2007)
ACC Rookie of the Week (five times, 2005) - School Record
Preseason All-ACC (2006, 07, 08)
Preseason Rookie of the Year (2004)
ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American second team (2008)
ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American third team (2007)
ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 2 first team (2007, 08)
ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 2 second team (2006)
ACC Scholar Athlete (2008)
ACC All-Academic team (2006, 07, 08)
ACC Honor Roll (2005, 06, 07)
ACC James-Weaver-Corrigan Honorary Award (2008)
Had her jersey number honored on the Terps' Senior Day on Feb. 24, 2008, the first-ever player at Maryland to have her number raised to the rafters while still active ... Maryland's all-time leading scorer and rebounder ... is also Maryland basketball's leading rebounder among men's and women's players ... the only Terp men's or women's player with 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds ... one of 27 players in NCAA history with 2,200 points and 1,200 rebounds ... the only Maryland women's player to score 2,000 points ... only one to grab 1,000 boards ... one of only two players at Maryland all-time to reach the 1,000-rebound milestone, along with Len Elmore (1,053) ... ranked fourth all-time in NCAA history in career field goal percentage and ?? across all divisions in NCAA history ... scored in double figures in 125 games, tying for fourth all-time in NCAA history ... only player in NCAA history to lead the nation in field goal percentage three times ... the only multiple All-American in school history ... Maryland's second ACC Player of the Year selection ... only Terrapin to earn All-ACC honors four times and one of 10 players in ACC history to be selected to the first team three times ... ranked sixth in the ACC all-time in scoring and tied for fourth in rebounding ... also sixth all-time in the league in field goals made, tied for eighth in free throws made and third in free throws attempted ... holds the league and school records for career field goal percentage (.652) ... set the single-season conference record in 2007, making 70.7 percent of shots attempted ... only player in school history to have four 500-point seasons ... owns two of the top 20 highest single-season field goal shooting percentages in NCAA history ... ended her career at Maryland with a school-record 59 double-doubles ... owns the school record for most ACC Player of the Week nods, receiving six over her career and a single-season record of three in 2007-08 ... also owns school record for most career starts and fourth in total games played ... highest drafted Terrapin, taken with the sixth pick in the first round by the WNBA's Washington Mystics.
Named to the U.S. National Team at the conclusion of her career ... spent the summer of 2007 with USA Basketball, leading the U21 World Championship team to a gold medal in Russia ... averaged team highs of 5.6 ppg and 8.9 rpg, while with the U21 team, also serving as a team captain ... selected the 2005 USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year ... tri-captain of the USA Under-19 World Championship team which went undefeated and won a gold medal at the 2005 FIBA U19 World Championship in Tunis, Tunisia, where she was named Most Valuable Player of the tournament ... averaged a team-high 16.6 ppg and was second with 6.4 rpg, while shooting a team-best .780 from the floor during the championship ... also helped USA win gold and a 5-0 record at the 2005 International Sports Invitational in San Diego, Calif., and a split in Hungary, averaging a team-leading 14.2 ppg and adding 6.3 rpg U19 squad was selected USA Basketball Team of the Year ... invited to the USA Basketball Women's Junior World Championship team camp in the summer of 2004.
Associated Press and USBWA All-American for the third-consecutive year and second time selected WBCA All-American ... 2008 ACC Player of the Year, Maryland's first since 1989 ... became the Terps only four-time All-ACC honoree, after earning a spot on the first team ... one of only 10 players all-time in league history to be named first team all-conference three times ... also became Maryland's only four-time All-ACC Tournament pick, garnering a place on the second team for the second-straight year ... first team Senior CLASS All-American ... earned All-American honors by Sports Illustrated, ESPN.com, CBSsportsline.com and Full Court Press ... was named ACC Player of the Week a school-record three times ... second in the league with 15 double-doubles ... grabbed her 1,000th-career rebound in the win at James Madison ... Terrapin Classic Most Valuable Player after recording double-doubles in both games of the tournament, including 15 against Richmond ... surpassed Len Elmore's school rebounding mark of 1,053 in the win at Boston College ... 31 points in the double overtime win over Georgia Tech, her sixth-career 30-point performance ... went 10-for-18 and 11-for-15 from the free throw line against the Yellow Jackets ... scored her 2,000th-career point at Miami, tallying 19 for the game, including a career-best 9-for-9 from the charity stripe ... became Maryland's all-time leading scorer in the win at Virginia on Jan. 19 ... led the team with 17.3 points and 9.4 rebounds per game, both of which ranked third in the ACC ... also averaged a league-best 19.5 ppg and 10.1 rpg, which ranked third, in conference games ... received preseason All-American nods from the AP, ESPN.com, Lindy's, Women's Basketball Magazine, CBSsportsline.com, Sporting News, Athlon's and Sports Illustrated ... among ESPN.com's top five centers in the country ... ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 2 and second team All-American ... the ACC's Scholar Athlete for women's basketball, All-ACC Academic team and recipient of the Weaver-James-Corrigan Honorary Award, which is given to the student-athlete who plans to continue to play at the Olympic or professional level.
The first Terp since 1989 to be named to the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) All-American team ... also became the first two-time All-American in school history receiving the national honor by the Associated Press and United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) for the second time ... finalist for the WBCA's Wade Trophy, the Wooden Award and the Naismith Award, presented to the nation's top collegiate women's player ... a Midseason Wooden All-American, after being named to the preseason candidate list for the second time ... also named to the preseason watch lists for the Wade and Naismith Awards ... first team All-ACC for the second-straight year, the third-consecutive all-conference honor in her career ... was just 1.7 percent off the NCAA record, shooting an ACC and school-record 70.7 percent on the season ... only player in school history to score 500 points in three seasons ... has recorded 98 double-figure scoring games in her career, including a 44-game consecutive streak which was snapped on Jan. 21, 2007 ... 11 double-doubles, 45 for her career, the most of any active player in the conference ... BTI Classic Most Valuable Player after posting double-doubles in two of the three games, shooting 75 percent for the tournament ... Junkanoo Jam All-Tournament team, averaging 16.5 ppg and 10.5 rpg, also shooting 72.2 percent from the floor ... ACC Player of the Week after dominating performances against NC State and Michigan State ... netted 28 points on 13-of-14 shooting against the Spartans, also grabbing nine boards, while dishing out three assists ... career-high six assists in the rout of eventual NCAA Sweet 16 participant Marist in the Terrapin Classic ... ACC All-Tournament team selection for the third-straight year ... in the ACC, ranked ninth in scoring, tied for sixth in rebounding, first in field goal percentage, seventh in offensive rebounding and eighth in defensive rebounding ... has ranked in the top 10 in each of those categories every season ... preseason accolades include preseason All-American nods by the AP, Athlon's and ESPN.com ... named a Street & Smith's Terrific 10 and the third-best center in the nation by ESPN.com in the preseason, while also being selected to the Preseason All-ACC squad ... also an academic standout, garnering Academic All-ACC honors, ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 2 recognition, as well as, third team Academic All-American nods by CoSIDA.
Received numerous honors, including earning a spot to the Associated Press second team All-American squad and the USBWA All-American team ... was also a finalist for the Wooden Award, was a WBCA Honorable Mention All-American, a Wade Trophy candidate and a Region II All-American by the WBCA ... NCAA Albuquerque Region Most Outstanding Player after double-doubles against Baylor and Utah, including 34 points against the Bears ... was nearly a unanimous pick for first team All-ACC nods, garnering 65 of 70 votes ... led the nation with a school-record .670 field goal percentage ... led the ACC in double-doubles for the second-straight year (15) and has 33 for her career, the most of any active player in the conference ... fastest player in school history to reach 1,000 points (60 games), breaking teammate Shay Doron's record set earlier in the season, and 22nd Terrapin overall to reach the mark ... broke the single-season free throws record set twice by teammate Shay Doron .. made 200 trips to the free throw line for the second-straight year ... 14th player in school history to have 1,000 points and 500 rebounds ... one of three to have two 500-point seasons and one of only four to score 600 ... along with Kris Kirchner, one of two players in school history with two 300-rebound campaigns ... also had a school-record four 30-point games and tied the school record for shooting percentage in a game (minimum eight attempts), going 9-for-9 vs. Central Connecticut State in the Terrapin Classic ... first team All-ACC Tournament for the second-consecutive year ... named to Paradise Jam All-Tournament team and ACC Player of the Week after posting double-doubles against Michigan State and Tennessee, including going 8-for-10 from the field with 11 rebounds and 19 points vs. the Lady Vols ... named to Terrapin Classic All-Tournament team for the second-straight year ... had three-straight 20-point outings (21 points at Virginia Tech; 23 vs. Georgia Tech; 34 at Wake Forest) en route to Player of the Week nods ... also had two double-doubles in that stretch ... perfect from the floor against Appalachian State (6-for-6), then hit her first 10 attempts in the next game vs. Mount St. Mary's to continue her perfect streak ... nearly outrebounded Florida State, tearing down 19 boards, seven less than the Seminoles ... third in the ACC in scoring and second in rebounding ... was slightly better in conference games, netting 17.7 ppg, which ranked fourth in the league, and a second-best 8.7 rpg ... had 35 double-figure games, scoring at least 20 11 times ... 16 double-figure rebounding games ... preseason AP Honorable Mention All-American and All-ACC ... earned a spot on the ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 2 team.
Captured ACC Rookie of the Year honors by a landslide, earning 64 of 74 votes, becoming the fourth Terrapin in school history to earn the accolade and first since 1991 ... second team All-ACC, earning 42 first team votes, and the highest honored freshman in school history ... a unanimous All-Freshman team pick ... averaged 19.3 ppg, 12.3 rpg and shooting .525 from the field en route to first team All-ACC Tournament honors ... garnered a school-record five ACC Rookie of the Week nods ... first Terp to ever be named Preseason ACC Rookie of the Year ... in the preseason, named to ESPN.com's Nancy Leiberman's second team All-Freshman squad and one of Debbie Antonelli's "Freshmen of Influence" ... 17.2 ppg is among the top-10 best averages in a season at Maryland, 10.6 rpg is the second-best average in school history ... only player in school history to attempt over 200 free throws (210), making 119, third-most ever at Maryland in a season ... broke freshman class records for points (549) and rebounds (340), breaking the previous rebounding mark held by Kris Kirchner in 1977-78 ... set the class single-game record, netting 33 points vs. Northern Colorado, going 13-for-19 from the field ... 22 rebounds at Miami is the sixth-most in ACC history, one off the school mark ... also the first time in 25 years any Terrapin had hauled down at least 20 boards in a game ... first ACC freshman since 1993 to average a double-double ... had a league-leading 18 double-doubles, also a school record and sixth-most in the NCAA ... scored 29 points to go with 22 boards vs. the Hurricanes, becoming one of just a handful of freshmen in NCAA history to have a 20-point, 20-rebound game and the only freshman in the nation to accomplish that feat in 2004-05 and only the second player overall ... six-consecutive double-double outings from Feb. 17-March 5, averaging 23.2 ppg and 15.5 rpg ... shot 50 percent or better in 23 games, including eight games at 75 percent or higher ... had 29 double-figure outings, including 19 with at least 15 points ... also had 19 games with at least 10 boards, including nine with 15 or more ... averaged 20.9 ppg and 13.8 rpg over the last nine games ... back-to-back 16-rebound games at the ACC Tournament tied the all-time, two-game rebounding mark set in 1978 ... 11th in the NCAA in rpg and first in the ACC ... 13th in the nation in field goal percentage ... sixth in the ACC in ppg.
Considered the top post player in the country for the Class of 2004 according to the All Star Girls Report and eighth-best among seniors ... a first team McDonald's, Parade, Street & Smith's and WBCA All-American in her final season at Willingboro H.S. ... also named first team All-USA Basketball team by USA Today ... two-time New Jersey State Gatorade Player of the Year, leading her high school squad to the South Jersey Group 3 title and a 28-1 record as a junior ... named 2003 Most Valuable Player of the AAU National Tournament as a member of the Philly Belles ... named Philadelphia Inquirer South Jersey Player of the Year as a senior ... three-time first team all-state and three-time first team All-South Jersey ... also a three-time all-county pick ... tallied 2,776 career points at Willingboro ... helped the East team at the 2003 USA Basketball Youth Developement Festival to a gold medal, averaging 13.8 ppg and a team-high 11.8 rpg.
Graduating with a degree in communications at Maryland ... member of the Leader's Club ... has served as a team representative on the Student-Athlete Advisory Council (S.A.A.C.) ... youngest daughter of Juel and Cryhten Langhorne ... has an older sister Camille (32), and two brothers, Cryhten (30) and Chris (23) ... oldest brother Cryhten was a four-year letterwinner in basketball at UMES, while Chris lettered at Texas State University ... born in Queens, N.Y.
Langhorne's Career Highs
Points: 34, twice (last vs. #10/10 Baylor, 3/25/06)
FGM: 14, 3 times (last vs. #10/10 Baylor, 3/25/06)
FGA: 22, at Wake Forest (1/29/06)
3FGA: 1, twice (last vs. Michigan State, 11/25/05)
FTM: 11, Georgia Tech (1/26/06)
FTA: 18, Marshall (12/30/04)
Rebounds: 22, at Miami (2/17/05)
Assists: 6, Marist (12/30/06)
Steals: 4, vs. Mississippi (11/25/06)
Blocks: 2, six times (last vs. Mississippi, 11/25/06)
Minutes: 43, at #19/21 Boston College (1/5/06)
Langhorne's Career Statistics
|Year|| GP/GS || Min-Avg || FG-A ||Pct ||3FG-A ||Pct ||FT-A ||Pct ||OR-DR ||Reb-Avg ||PF-FO ||Ast ||TO ||Blk ||Stl ||Pts-Avg|
|2005-06|| 38/38 ||1089-28.7 ||248-370 ||.670 ||0-1 ||.000 ||158-228 ||.693 ||131-194 ||325-8.6 ||70-0 ||77 ||98 ||14 ||27 ||654-17.2|
|2006-07|| 34/34 ||932-27.4 ||215-304 ||.707 ||0-0 ||.000 ||78-138 ||.565 ||106-168 ||274-8.1 ||50-0 ||53 ||91 ||13 ||39 ||508-14.9|
|2007-08|| 31/30 ||1026-33.1 ||211-326||.647 ||0-0 ||.000 ||114-171 ||.667||109-181 ||290-9.4 ||53-0 ||39 ||90 ||15 ||25 ||536-17.3|
|TOTAL || 135/134 ||4042-29.9 ||889-1363 ||.652 ||0-2 ||.000 ||469-747 ||.628 ||496-733 ||1229-9.1 ||243-1 ||207|| 370 ||54 ||122 ||2247-16.6|
Langhorne's Career Vs. ACC
|Year|| GP/GS || Min-Avg || FG-A ||Pct ||3FG-A ||Pct ||FT-A ||Pct ||OR-DR ||Reb-Avg ||PF-FO ||Ast ||TO ||Blk ||Stl ||Pts-Avg|
|2005-06|| 14/14 ||456-32.6 ||93-147 ||.633 ||0-0 ||.000 ||62-90 ||.689 ||54-68 ||122-8.7 ||25-0 ||31 ||43 ||5 ||11 ||248-17.7|
|2006-07|| 14/14 ||419-29.9 ||84-127 ||.661 ||0-0 ||.000 ||33-63 ||.524 ||40-82 ||122-8.7 ||22-0 ||23 ||45 ||3 ||20 ||201-14.4|
|2007-08|| 14/14 ||495-35.4 ||105-165 ||.636 ||0-0 ||.000 ||63-93 ||.677 ||56-86 ||142-10.1 ||25-0 ||14 ||42 ||8 ||15 ||273-19.5|
|TOTAL || 56/56 ||1851-33.1 ||375-598 ||.627 ||0-0 ||.000 ||206-337 ||.611 ||225-334 ||559-10.0 ||104-1 ||86|| 174 ||22 ||63 ||956-17.1|
A Minute With Crystal Langhorne
What was the last book you read for fun?
He's Just Not That Into You
What's your favorite thing about Maryland Women's Basketball?
Pick any city/country in the world you'd like to visit?
Name something fun you did this summer.
Won Gold in Russia
What game are you most looking forward to this season?
Exhibition game against USA
Aside from playing basketball, what is your favorite thing to do/hobby?
What's the best thing about playing basketball?
What is something people don't know about you?
I'm silly and nice
Name something you can't live without...
Why did you choose your number?
Because it's the "1st" number I could think of.
What was your first car?
When I was five I wanted to be a ...
Now, I want to be a ...
Professional Basketball Player