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Ashley Langford
Ashley Langford

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Harrisburg, Pa.

High School:
Harrisburg

Height:
5-5

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
03/13/1987

Experience:
1L


Tulane's all-time assist leader and member of Tulane's 1000-point club. Finished her career 17th in scoring (1,047 points), 24th in points per game (8.4), 21st in three-pointers made (39), 4th in free throws made (380), 7th in free throws attempted (453), 2nd in free throw percentage (.839), 25th in rebounds (403), 1st in assists (722), 1st in assists per game (6.0), 4th in steals (234), 6th in steals per game (1.9), 10th in games played (121), 1st in games started (121), 1st in minutes played (4162).

As a Senior (2008-09)
Third Team Conference USA and Conference USA All-Academic Team selection... Tulane's all-time assist leader, Ashley Langford is only the second player in C-USA history to reach 700 career assists (722)... Owns a 2.19 Assist-to-Turnover ratio for her career... Ranked 17th in the NCAA in assists and eighth in the nation in assist-to-turnover ratio in 2008-09... Became the 20th member of Tulane's 1,000-point club, and ranks 19th in Tulane history with 1,047 points... Second all-time in career free throw percentage (.841)... Owns all four of Tulane's single-season assist records... Tulane's career leader in games started with 121... All of her starts were consecutive, trailing only four players for active streaks in Division I in 2008-09... Her 722 assists have led to 1,685 Tulane points (280 layups, 202 jumpers, 228 three-pointers), for a total of 2,732 points accounted for. That's 34.0 percent of all Tulane's points (8,021) in her 121 games.... Posted her 10th game with 10 or more assists against Nicholls State... Won Conference USA Spirit of Service Award and earned a C-USA Postgraduate Scholarship.

As a Junior (2007-08)
Third Team All-Conference USA in 2007-08... Named to the All-Louisiana Team... Became Tulane's all-time assist leader with 538 helpers... Fourth all-time in Conference USA history with 538 career assists, moving within five of third place... Second in Tulane history in free throw percentage (.851, 291-342)... Ranks eighth all-time in Tulane history in steals with 175... Led Green Wave in scoring (11.9 PPG), assists (5.33 APG), free throw percentage (.851) and second in steals (51)... Finished 26th in NCAA in assists per game and fourth in Conference USA... Led C-USA and finished 34th nationally in assist/turnover ratio (1.86)... Tied for 18th in Conference USA in scoring...Second in C-USA in free throw percentage (.851), which was the fourth-best single-season mark in Tulane's history and was 24th in the nation... Ranked 14th in C-USA in steals per game (1.70)... Second in C-USA in minutes played (35.23 MPG)... Her 160 assists were the third-most in a single-season in Tulane history, behind only her freshman and sophomore marks... Made 43 consecutive free throws, the eighth longest streak in NCAA history and longest in C-USA history from Nov. 21-Dec. 12. Her final throw against Kansas State began a run without a miss that stretched 11 games... Scored in double-figures 20 times, including a pair of 20-point efforts... Turned in a career-high 28 points in Tulane's win at East Carolina (Feb. 7) on 10-of-17 shooting, including 3-of-4 from three-point range and 5-for-5 from the free throw line. Also added six rebounds and six assists in the win... Scored 20 points with five assists in Tulane's C-USA loss to Marshall (Mar. 6)... Led the Green Wave in scoring seven times... Connected on six of 13 from the field with a pair of three-pointers for 17 points in Tulane's win at Rhode Island (Dec. 5)... Posted 18 points in the Green Wave's win at Alabama (Nov. 10)... Turned in a season-best six steals against Rice (Feb. 14)... Recorded four steals in Tulane's loss vs UTEP (Jan. 12)... Handed out seven or more assists nine times, including a season-high nine against Rice (Feb. 14)... Doled out eight assists in the Green Wave's win over Nicholls State (Jan. 2)... Scored 18 points in Tulane's home win over Tulsa, with six assists (Feb. 28)... Doubled her career blocked shots in 2007-08 with three, with rejections against UAB (Jan. 20), East Carolina (Feb. 7), and Houston (Feb. 16)... Grabbed a season-high six rebounds on four different occasions... Increased her scoring average by4.5 points per game from her sophomore season.

As a Sophomore (2006-07)
Third Team All-Conference USA in 2006-07... Set Tulane's single-season assist record for the second straight year with 207... Finished ninth in the NCAA and second in Conference USA with 6.27 assists per game... Enters 2006-07 sixth in Tulane history in assists after just two seasons...Shot .827 percent from the free throw line, fifth in Conference USA and 64th in all of Division I... Her .827 free throw percentage was the eight-best free throw mark in a single-season in Tulane history (her .867 in 2005-06 ranks third)... Second all-time in free throw percentage at Tulane at .846 (176-208) behind 2006-07 teammate Jami Montagnino...Tied her own Tulane single-game assist record with 14 dimes in Tulane's rout of UTEP on January 20, equaling her total from February 26, 2006 against SMU... Turned in an 11-assist game in Tulane's win over Alabama... now owns eight of the top 12 single-game assist marks in Tulane history, including the top five... Second in Conference USA in assist to turnover ratio (2.52)... Sixth in Conference USA in steals with 2.30 per game, second on the team... Her 76 steals were the sixth most in a single-season in Tulane history and helped Tulane shatter its single-season team steals record by almost 50 with 394 (eclipsing 2001-02's total of 346)... Started all 33 games in 2006-07 and all 59 in her career... Reached double-figures in scoring in 12 games... Recorded four double-doubles, three of the points-assists variety and one with points and rebounds... Named MVP of the Tulane DoubleTree Classic after scoring 17 points (one off her career high) and setting a career high with 10 rebounds for the first points-rebounds double-double of her career, leading the team on the boards. She also added five assists and a pair of steals as Tulane won the tournament... Handed out 11 assists to go with 12 points for a double-double in Tulane's win over Alabama, a game in which she went eight-for-eight from the free throw line... Dished out 10 assists with 10 points in Tulane's C-USA opener at UTEP on January 2, while shooting six-for-six from the free throw line... While tying her single-game assist record against UTEP January 20, also scored 10 points with two steals... Blocked one shot in each game against SMU and UCF... Recorded multiple steals in 22 of 33 games including a season high five in games against Loyola and No. 23 Texas Tech... Picked up a steal in 32 of 33 games... Turned in a 10-for-10 performance from the free-throw line at Miami (OH) on December 3, scoring 14 points with six assists.

As a Freshman (2005-06)
Earned Freshman All-American honors from the Women's Basketball News Service, one of just 10 freshmen nationally to receive that honor, and only Tulane women's basketball player in history to do so... Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman team... Broke Tulane record for single-season assists (171) and single-game assists (three times, record now stands at 14)... Averaged 6.58 assists per game to lead all freshmen and place fifth among all players nationally... Led Conference USA in assists... Tied the Conference USA single-game mark with 14 assists in a 71-58 Tulane win on Feb. 26... Recorded five double-digit assist games during the season, including three in the final five games of the season... Also led Tulane in steals with 48 and in minutes played as she averaged 38.4 minutes per game... Averaged 9.0 points and 3.5 rebounds per game... Scored a season-high 18 points versus Memphis.

Personal:
Full name is Ashley Brooke Langford... Born March 13, 1987 in Harrisburg, Pa... Daughter of Sterling Langford... Has one older sister... Double-major in Business Management and Marketing.

Career Stats

G-GS Min-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Off-Def-Reb Avg. PF-D Ast TO Blk Stl TP Avg.
2005-2006 26-26 999-38.4 69-226 .305 10-46 .217 86-98 .867 20-70-90 3.5 46-0 171 81 1 48 233 9.0
2006-2007 33-33 1101-33.4 75-219 .342 3-8 .375 91-110 .827 25-90-115 3.5 63-0 207 82 2 76 244 7.4
2007-2008 30-30 1057-35.2 112-304 .368 18-69 .261 114-134 .851 18-74-92 3.1 54-0 160 86 3 51 356 11.9
2008-2009 32-32 1005-31.4 58-170 .341 8-23 .348 90-111 .811 16-90-106 3.3 51-0 184 81 3 59 214 6.7
TOTALS 121-121 4162-34.9 314-919 0.342 39-146 0.267 381-453 0.841 79-324-403 3.3 214-0 722 330 9 234 1047 8.7

School Records
Assists, Career: 1st
Assists, Single Season: 1st (also owns 2nd-4th)
Assists, Single Game: 1st-4th (owns 8 of top 9 marks)
Steals, Career: 4th
Steals, Game: T-1st
Free Throw Pct, Career: 2nd
Free Throw Pct, Season: 3rd, 4th & 9th
Scoring: 17th
Games Started: 1st

Conference Records
Assists, Career: 2nd
Assists, Single Season as Soph: 1st
Assists, Single Game: 1st (2x), 4th
Free Throws, Most Consecutive Made: 1st

Career Highs
Points: 28 - at East Carolina, 2/7/08
Rebounds: 10 - vs Texas Arlington, 12/30/07
Field Goals: 10 - at East Carolina, 2/7/08
Free Throws: 10 - at Miami (OH), 12/3/06
Assists: 14 - at SMU, 2/26/06; UTEP, 1/20/07 (School Records)
Steals: 8 - Temple 12/28/08 (Tied School Record)
Minutes Played: 54 - at SMU, 3/3/06 (3 OT)

Career Games
Double-Doubles: 5
Double-Doubles (Pts/Asst): 4
Double-Doubles (Pts/Reb): 1
Double-figure scoring: 49
Double-figure assists: 10