CAREER: In 49 career games at Pitt, Langton has started 26 contests...totaled nine points including two goals on 21 career shots.
2006: Started all 18 games for the Panthers...scored two goals including goals against Marquette and Connecticut...finished as the Panthers' leader in assists with four...finished second on squad in scoring for the Panthers with eight points.
2005: Saw action in 14 games as a sophomore in 2005...registered three shots on the season...named a Big East Academic All-Star.
2004: Played in all 17 games as a freshman in 2004, registering four shots on the season...registered his lone point of the season with an assist in the season's final game vs. Cleveland State.
HIGH SCHOOL: Notched 29 goals and 30 assists as a three-year starter at Mount Lebanon...registered 15 goals and 20 assists as a senior...helped lead team to a sectional title, WPIAL Championship and 23-2 record as a junior...three-time All-WPIAL selection and two-time All-State selection...selected as Regional All-American as a senior...seven-year member of the Beadling Soccer Club that won four state championships and one regional title...four-year member of the Pennsylvania Olympic Development Program team.
PERSONAL: Born on October 24, 1985...son of Jim and Diane Langton...has two younger brothers...high school teammate of junior defender Pat Kerr...majors in accounting.
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Joe Luxbacher Retires as Pitt Men's Soccer Coach
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