LANGLEY'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Coached by Jeff Gardner...as a JUNIOR earned first team All-South Puget Sound League honors...as a SENIOR (2003-04) kicked without a tee and was once again named first team All-SPSL and second team All-Area by the Tacoma News Tribune...first team All-Area honoree by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer...connected on a career long 45-yard field goal as a senior...named first team All-State by WA.Preps.com...Seattle Times Red Chip selection...also an outstanding soccer player for the Vikings, earning honorable mention All-SPSL as a midfielder.
LANGLEY'S WSU CAREER FRESHMAN (2004-05): V-letter...Games - 11...Starts - 11...earned the following weekly team awards: Pac-10 Special Teams - Idaho. Special Teams: FG and PAT kicks, Backup Kickoffs:
Finished the year ranked in three Pac-10 categories, 7th in PAT percentage at .938, 8th in scoring (by kicking) at 4.1/game and 10th in field goals at 0.45/game;
Landed the kicking chores in fall camp;
Made a pair of field goals against Colorado (44 and 35);
Did not miss a PAT attempt until one was blocked against Oregon;
Only missed PATs were one block and one bad snap.
SOPHOMORE (2005-06): V-Letter...Games - 11...Starts - 11...earned the following weekly team awards: Pac-10 Special Teams POW nominee - Grambling State/UCLA; Gamebreaker - Grambling State/UCLA. Special Teams: FG and PAT kicks, Backup Kickoffs:
Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic honorable mention team;
Connected on both field goal attempts and all six extra points to score 12 points against Grambling;
Scored 10 points against both Nevada and UCLA;
Longest field goal 48 yards against UCLA Bruins;
Inside 40 yards hit 10 of 12 field goal attempts.
JUNIOR (2006-07): V-letter...Games 9...Starts 9...received the following single-game team awards: WSU's Pac-10 nomination on special teams for play against Baylor and USC...named Pac-10 POW following Baylor game...Gamebreaker/Baylor, USC...Special Teams: Kickoff, FG and PAT placements:
All-Pacific-10 Conference academic honorable mention;
Led WSU with 44 points, making 23-of-25 PAT kicks and 7-of-13 field goals;
Among Pac-10 kickers, finished ninth in both kick scoring and field goals and tenth in both field goal percentage and PAT percentage;
Kicked the game winning field goal with nine seconds left to play in WSU's 17-15 win over Baylor;
Suffered a quad pull at UCLA and was not able to play in the second half; in the first half also served as WSU's punter, with one kick of 37 yards;
Missed the Arizona, ASU and Washington games with the injury.
Loren Langley...born April 7, 1986...parents Dan and Karen Langley...has one brother, Luke, and a sister, Shaina...father Dan played baseball at Purdue (North Central)...he and Puyallup teammate Jacob McKinney were 2004 Cougar signees...social sciences at WSU.
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