UNCG’s Langley Named to NABC All-District First Team
NABC Announces All-District Teams
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Senior Keyshaun Langley(Southwest Guilford High School) of the UNC Greensboro (UNCG) men’s basketball team was named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District 21 first team, announced by the organization on Tuesday.
The All-District honors are voted on by NABC-member coaches across NCAA Division I.
In all 32 games played this season, while starting in 31 of them, Langley averaged 29.8 minutes per game and led the team this season with a career best 14.3 points per game. He totaled a career-best 459 points putting him over the 1,000-career point milestone this season. He reached 1,000-career points during the first half of a 62-50 win over VMI at the Greensboro Coliseum on January 25, 2023.
Concluding regular season play, Langley was named to the SoCon Coaches and Media All-SoCon first teams. This was his third and fourth recognitions from the conference, as he was named to the 2019-20 Coaches & Media All-Freshman teams.
During a 71-52 victory over Western Carolina on February 22 at the Greensboro Coliseum, Langley scored a career-best 28 points. He also recorded a career-best nine rebounds in a 70-60 win against The Citadel on January 18, 2023.
He made a career-best 161 field goals this season for a 44.11 field goal percentage. Keyshaun’s 90 three pointers made was also a career-best, making an impressive team-best 41.86-percent behind the arc.
Regarding rebounds, he had career numbers in offensive rebounds (13), defensive rebounds (83), and total boards (96), to average 3.00 rebounds per game. His 78 assists (2.43 per game) was third on the team this season. He totaled a career-best 57 steals (1.78 per game), which tied his twin brother Kobe Langley for a team-best this season.
Nationally, Langley is 14th in three-point percentage, 37th in total three-pointers field goals made, 41st in three pointers per game, 77th in steals, 81st in steals per game, and 87th in three-point attempts (215).
The Spartans concluded the season with a 20-12 overall record and a 14-4 SoCon mark. This was the sixth year out of seven with 20 or more wins. The 14 SoCon wins are the most for the Spartans since the 2018-19 season when the team went 15-3.
Mike Bothwell – Furman
Logan Dye – Samford
Keyshaun Langley – UNCG
Jalen Slawson – Furman
Jake Stephens – Chattanooga
Stephen Clark – The Citadel
Ques Glover – Samford
Tre Jackson – Western Carolina
B.J. Mack – Wofford
Vonterius Woolbright – Western Carolina
Coach of the Year: Justin Gray – Western Carolina
Courtesy of Denise Archetto
Assistant Athletic Director For Strategic Communications