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Crystal Langhorne's Bio

About Crystal Langhorne

HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 185 BIRTHDATE: Oct. 27, 1986 BIRTHPLACE: Queens, NY HOMETOWN: Willingboro, NJ COLLEGE: Maryland HIGH SCHOOL: Willingboro (NJ) WNBA EXPERIENCE: 12 seasons DRAFTED BY: Washington, 2008, First Round (#6) HOW ACQUIRED: Traded from Washington for Tianna Hawkins and Bria Hartley on April 14, 2014 TWITTER: @crystalanghorne INSTAGRAM: crystalanghorne


  • 2018 WNBA Champion
  • 2009 WNBA Most Improved Player
  • Two-time WNBA All-Star (2011, 2013)
  • Shot a career-high 64.7% from the field in 2017, the Seattle single-season record
  • Was 9-of-9 from the field on July 5, 2017, the Seattle record for most FGM without a miss
  • Crossed the 4,000-point milestone on Aug. 8, 2017 at Connecticut
  • Scored her 3,000th career point on Jun. 6, 2015 against Los Angeles
  • Averaged a career-high 18.2 points per game in 2013


  • Contributed 10 points and 6 rebounds in her season-opener start on May 25 vs. Phoenix
  • Appeared in all 34 games for the eighth season in her 12-year career
  • Scored season-high 19 points to lead team in July 14 win vs. New York…connected on 4-of-6 3-point attempts
  • Sank 18 3-pt FG…in her first 11 seasons in the WNBA, she had combined for 8  made 3-pt FG
  • On Aug. 18 vs. Minnesota, pulled down her 1,000th rebound for Seattle, joining Lauren Jackson, Sue Bird and Camille Little as the only players to grab 1,000 rebounds in a Storm uniform


  • Scored a season-high 15 points with 7-of-12 shooting on Aug. 19 vs. Dallas
  • Grabbed a season-high 10 rebounds on Aug. 28 vs. Phoenix
  • Averaged a career-high 88.9 percent in free throws
  • Contributed 6 points and 10 rebounds for the win on Aug. 28 vs. Phoenix
  • Netted 12 points, 6 rebounds and 2 assists on Jul. 8  vs. Washington


  • Shot a career-high 64.7% from the field in 2017, second-best in the league on the year and fifth on the all-time single-season FG% league record books
  • Recorded 17 points twice (vs. Indiana on May 14, vs. Washington on May 21)
  • Recorded a double-double with 10 points and 10 boards vs. Atlanta on Jun. 13
  • Scored 19 points and added seven boards at Dallas on Jul. 1
  • Recorded 15 points on 5-for-5 shooting vs. Connecticut on Jul. 12
  • Scored a season-high 20 points on 9-for-9 shooting and pulled down eight boards vs. Atlanta on Jul. 15
  • Recorded 16 points and eight boards on Jul. 18 vs. Chicago
  • Connected on 21-straight field goals in a span of four games between Jul. 8 and Jul. 18
  • Recorded a 12 point, 10 rebound game at Los Angeles on Jul. 25, her second double-double effort in 2017
  • Went over 4,000 points for her career on Aug. 8 at Connecticut
  • Recorded 19 points and tied a career high with five assists at Phoenix on Aug. 12
  • Snagged a season-high three steals vs. San Antonio on Aug. 18
  • Contributed 17 points, 10 boards at Atlanta on Aug 23, her third double-double of the season
  • Hauled down a season-high 12 boards at Chicago on Sep. 3


  • Re-signed with Seattle on Feb. 2
  • Grabbed five rebounds in the Storm’s season opener at Los Angeles on May 5
  • Scored 18 points on 8-of-9 shooting and recorded a season-high 3 steals vs. Atlanta on Jun. 28
  • Grabbed a season-high 10 rebounds vs. San Antonio on Jul. 20
  • Posted a season-high 21 points at Atlanta on a season-high 10 field goals made on Sept. 7
  • Connected on 63.0 percent from the floor in 2016, a career-high, and finished the season ranked third in FG%
  • Went 8-of-8 from the floor on May 28 in a win vs. Connecticut, scoring 18 points, which set a franchise record with the most shots made without a miss in a single game, topping Iziane Castro-Marques (5, vs. Los Angeles, on May 21) and Yolanda Griffith (5, vs. Minnesota, Sept. 6).
  • Did not dress on Sept. 4, at Atlanta after suffering a lacerated right eye the game prior, at Chicago on Sept 2, ending a streak of 130 consecutive games played. The streak started May 27, 2013 vs. Tulsa, when Langhorne played for the Mystics.


  • Scored her 3,000th career point on Jun. 6 against Los Angeles
  • Scored a season-high 18 points and grabbed a season-high 9 rebounds on Jun. 6 vs. LA
  • Recorded a season-high 3 steals at the Stars on Jun. 27
  • Dished out a season-high 3 assists at Minnesota on Jul. 3
  • Scored a season-high 29 points, shooting 12-of-13 from the floor at San Antonio on Aug. 8
  • Made a season high of 6 free-throws making all six at Chicago on Sept. 6


  • Grabbed a season-high 15 rebounds in Seattle’s loss to New York, May 27
  • Scored in double-digits 21 of 34 games, with a season-high 27 points vs. Phoenix, June 3
  • Recorded three double-doubles (May 27 @ NY, May 30 @ ATL, Aug. 3 vs. SA)
  • Grabbed double-digit rebounds 6 times
  • Led Seattle in scoring with 12.9 points per game and scored a total of 437 points
  • Also led Seattle in field goal percentage, .571, rebounds per game with 7.4 and total rebounds with 253
  • Finished the season ranked 4th in field goal percentage (.571) in the league


  • Started in all 34 games for the Mystics
  • Averaged 12.0 points per game
  • Grabbed 7.2 rebounds per game, ranking tenth in the league
  • Shot .515 from the field, which ranked ninth in the league
  • Averaged 28.6 minutes per game
  • Named a reserve on the 2013 WNBA All-Star Team
  • Scored 20+ points in four games
  • Scored 10+ points in 17 games


  • Played in 31 games with the Mystics and started in all 31
  • Scored her 2,000th point vs. the Lynx on Aug. 17
  • Averaged 32.2 minutes per game
  • Scored 14.7 points per game on average
  • Averaged 6.3 rebounds per game
  • Shot 56 percent from the field
  • Scored 456 points total in 2012


  • Started in 31 games
  • Sat out three games due to back pain
  • Ranked fourth in the league in points, averaging a career high 18.2 points per game
  • Led the team in scoring in 19 games, posting 18 10+ points, 10 20+ points and one 30+ point games
  • Finished sixth in the league in rebounds per game (7.6)
  • Led the team in rebounds in 15 games
  • Posted seven 10+ rebound games
  • Posted seven double-doubles this season
  • Ranked first on the team and sixth in the league in total points (563)
  • Ranked third in the league in field goal percentage (.534)
  • Ranked second in the league in minutes per game (34.3)
  • Ranked eighth in the league in total minutes played (1063)
  • Played a career high 45 minutes in an overtime game vs. Los Angeles (Aug. 23)
  • Ranked third in field goals made (227)
  • Was named to the All-Star team as a reserve


  • Started in all 34 games
  • Ranked second in the league in double-doubles (15)
  • Had four consecutive double-doubles (Jun. 24-29)
  • Won Eastern Conference Player of the Month honors for the month of June
  • Won Player of the Week honors for games played during the week of June 21
  • Posted a career high five steals in a win over Los Angeles (Jun. 24)
  • Made the first three-pointer of her professional career with 32.9 seconds left in the game against Los Angeles (Jun. 24)
  • Scored a career high 31 points, shooting 13-for-18 from the field in a win over Phoenix on Jun. 27
  • Tied a career high 16 rebounds in a win over Connecticut on May 30
  • Scored her 1,000th career point in a win over Atlanta on 8/3
  • Ranked fifth in the league in rebounds per game (9.7)
  • Ranked second in field goal percentage (.589)
  • Ranked second in both minutes per game (34.1) and total minutes played (1158)
  • Ranked third in the league in total rebounds (330)
  • Ranked 10th in points per game (16.3)
  • Scored double digits in 30 games
  • Was in the running for Most Valuable Player of the Year honor


  • Was named the WNBA’s Most Improved Player
  • Led team and ranked third in the league in rebounds per game (7.9)
  • Ranked third in the league in double-doubles (9.0)
  • Ranked second in the league in total rebounds (268.0)
  • Scored a then-career-high 23 points against the Chicago Sky (Sept. 4)
  • Pulled down a career-high 16 rebounds against the Connecticut Sun (Aug 14.)
  • Played a career-high 41 minutes against the Connecticut Sun (Aug 14.)
  • Scored in double-digits in 24 games


  • Played in every game, started in six of those games as a rookie
  • Ranked second in the league in field goal percentage (.624)
  • Averaged 15.6 minutes per game
  • Recorded 4.8 points per game and 4.0 rebounds
  • Led the team in rebounding twice
  • Scored a then-career high 17 points against the Seattle Storm (Jul. 6) and grabbed a career high 12 rebounds against the Connecticut Sun (Sept. 13)
  • Recorded two double doubles


  • 2017-18: Sopron Basket, Hungary
  • 2016-17: Heilongjiang, China
  • 2015-16: Good Angels, Slovakia
  • 2014-15: Good Angels, Slovakia
  • 2013-14: Instanbul Univ., Turkey
  • 2012-13: Dynamo Moscow, Russia
  • 2011-12: Dynamo Moscow, Russia
  • 2010-11: UMMC Ekaterinburg, Russia
  • 2009-10: Rivas Ecopolis, Spain
  • 2008-09: Teo Vilnius, Lithuania


  • Named to the U.S. National Team at the conclusion of her collegiate career
  • Spent the summer of 2007 with USA Basketball, leading the U21 World Championship team to a gold medal in Russia; averaged team highs of 5.6 ppg and 8.9 rpg, while with the U21 team, also serving as a team captain
  • Selected the 2005 USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year
  • Tri-captain of the USA Under-19 World Championship team which went undefeated and won a gold medal at the 2005 FIBA U19 World Championship in Tunis, Tunisia, where she was named Most Valuable Player of the tournament; averaged a team-high 16.6 ppg and was second with 6.4 rpg, while shooting a team-best .780 from the floor during the championship
  • Also helped USA win gold and a 5-0 record at the 2005 International Sports Invitational in San Diego, Calif., and a split in Hungary, averaging a team-leading 14.2 ppg and adding 6.3 rpg U19 squad was selected USA Basketball Team of the Year
  • Invited to the USA Basketball Women’s Junior World Championship team camp in the summer of 2004.


  • Had her jersey number honored on the Terps’ Senior Day on Feb. 24, 2008, the first-ever player at Maryland to have her number raised to the rafters while still active
  • Maryland’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder
  • Is Maryland basketball’s leading rebounder among men’s and women’s players
  • The only Terp, men or women, with 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds
  • One of 27 players in NCAA history with 2,200 points and 1,200 rebounds
  • Only Maryland women’s player to score 2,000 points, and only one to grab 1,000 boards
  • One of two players at Maryland all-time to reach the 1,000-rebound milestone, along with Len Elmore (1,053)
  • Ranked fourth all-time in NCAA history in career field goal percentage and across all divisions in NCAA history
  • Associated Press and USBWA All-American for the third-consecutive year and second time selected WBCA All-American
  • 2008 ACC Player of the Year, Maryland’s first since 1989
  • One of only 10 players all-time in league history to be named first team all-conference three times
  • Maryland’s only four-time All-ACC Tournament pick, garnering a place on the second team for the second-straight year
  • First team Senior CLASS All-American
  • Earned All-American honors by Sports Illustrated,, and Full Court Press
  • Was named ACC Player of the Week a school-record three times
  • Second in the league with 15 double-doubles
  • Received preseason All-American nods from the AP,, Lindy’s, Women’s Basketball Magazine,, Sporting News, Athlon’s and Sports Illustrated
  • Among’s top five centers in the country
  • ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 2 and second team All-American
  • The ACC’s Scholar Athlete for women’s basketball, All-ACC Academic team and recipient of the Weaver-James-Corrigan Honorary Award, which is given to the student-athlete who plans to continue to play at the Olympic or professional level


  • Full name is Crystal Allison Langhorne
  • Daughter of Juel and Cryhten Langhorne
  • Has an older sister Camille, and two brothers, Cryhten and Chris
  • Oldest brother Cryhten was a four-year letterwinner in basketball at UMES, while Chris lettered at Texas State University
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