Junior season (2010)
Appeared in 33 games in her first season at UNCG, mostly as a pinch-runner or pinch-hitter … started seven games, with five coming at designated player and two in center field … hit .167 with three doubles and two RBI … scored 10 runs and drew four walks … was 3-for-3 in stolen base attempts … was 1-for-3 with a walk, an RBI and two runs against Delaware on Feb. 19 … had a walk and an RBI double against Howard on March 5 … scored the winning run against North Carolina A&T on April 22, sliding under the tag on a wild pitch in the bottom of the seventh to give UNCG the walk-off win … had a double, a run and a steal in game two against the Aggies.
Sophomore season (2009 at Pitt Community College)
Earned All-Region X Conference and Region X All-Tournament honors … helped the squad to a 27-10 overall record (12-4 Region X) and a spot in the Region X title game … hit .316 with nine doubles, three triples and 12 RBI … scored 29 runs and drew 15 walks … led the team with 19 stolen bases in 20 attempts.
Freshman season (2008 at Pitt Community College)
Earned All-Region X Conference and Region X All-Tournament honors … led the team with a .345 batting average, 17 doubles and 47 runs scored … also had two triples and 22 RBI … was 22-for-26 in stolen base attempts.
Was a four-year All-Big 8 Conference performer for coach Brent Pearson at Fike High School in Wilson, N.C., helping the Demons to four conference championships … had Fike’s highest batting average in both her junior and senior seasons … team MVP both seasons … At the club level, she played a combined 10 years for the Wilson Diamonds and the Triangle Lightning … the Wilson Diamonds won the South Eastern Regional 10u and the 16u World Series … was also a two-year all-conference pick in volleyball for Fike, helping the squad to a Big 8 Conference title in 2007.
April Gail Langley ... born April 12, 1989, in Wilson, N.C. ... daughter of Michael and Gail Langley … majoring in criminology.