Crystal Langhorne BIO:
2012: Led the team in scoring with
14.7 points per game. Led team in
minutes (32.2). Led team in rebounds
(6.3) and field goal shooting (.562).
Started and played in 31 games. Missed
the final three games due to a left foot strain. Was named to the Mystics All-Time Team. Reached her
2,000th career point in the Mystics matchup against the Minnesota
Lynx on August 17. Collected her 1,000th
career rebound against the Connecticut Sun on June 3. Posted four double-doubles.
2011: 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. 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 (8/23). Ranked third in field goals made (227). Was named to the All-Star team as a reserve.
2010: Started in all 34 games. Ranked second in the league in double-doubles (15). Had four consecutive double-doubles (6/24-6/29). 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 (6/24). Made the first three-pointer of her professional career with 32.9 seconds left in the game against Los Angeles (6/24). Scored a career high 31 points, shooting 13- 18 from the field (also a career high) in a win over Phoenix on 6/27. Tied a career-high 16 rebounds in a win over Connecticut (5/30). Scored her 1,000th career point in a win over Atlanta (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 a candidate for Most Valuable Player of the Year award
2009: 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 career-high 23 points against the Chicago Sky (September, 4 2009). Pulled down a career-high 16 rebounds against the Connecticut Sun (August, 14 2009). Played a career-high 41 minutes against the Connecticut Sun (August, 14 2009). Scored double digits in 24 games
2008: Played in every game. Started in six of those games. 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. Scored 10 plus points four times. Led the team in rebounding twice. Scored a career high 17 points against the Seattle Storm (July, 6 2008) and grabbed a career high 12 rebounds against the Connecticut Sun (September 13, 2009). Had two double doubles
Off-Season: Played for Russia’s UMCC and Slovakia
College: Associated Press and USBWA All-American for three consecutive years and was twice 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, ESPN.com, CBSsportsline.com 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, ESPN.com, Lindy's, Women's Basketball Magazine, CBSsportsline.com, Sporting News, Athlon's and Sports Illustrated. Among ESPN.com'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 as 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
Selected in the first round (sixth overall) by the Washington Mystics in the 2008 WNBA Draft.
Re-signed with the Mystics on February 16, 2012