Height: 5'6"
Class: Senior
City/State: Pueblo West, Colo.
High School: Pueblo West HS
Major: Sport Commerce
Experience: 4 Letters


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

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. 

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).

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).

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).

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. 

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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