Maryland's career scoring leader and the school's leading rebounder regardless of gender, Langhorne ranked sixth in the ACC in scoring and second in rebounding this season. She averaged 16.5 points and 9.2 rebounds while leading the Terrapins to a No. 5 national ranking, a near-perfect ACC season and the No. 2 seed in the conference tournament that starts here Thursday.
In doing so, she became just the second Terps player to win the individual award and the first since Vicky Bullett in 1989 - the last time Maryland won the league tournament.
"We want to get some more championships as a team," said Langhorne, one of the key components of Maryland's run to the 2006 national title. "It's just great for our program to get that (player of the year) honor. Maryland's been on the map, but it's another step for our program."
Earlier in the week, Langhorne became one of 10 players to make the all-ACC first team for a third time. She is the league's active leader with 55 double-doubles and had 12 this season, leading the Terrapins to a 13-1 finish in conference play with the only loss coming in double overtime at North Carolina.
(AP Photo/Gail Burton, file)