Ashley Langford

Head Women’s Basketball Coach
Stony Brook University


2021 – Present: Head Coach, Stony Brook University

2017 – 2021: Associate Head Coach (20-21)/Recruiting Coordinator, James Madison University

2016 – 2017: Assistant Coach, Old Dominion University

2015 – 2016: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, U.S. Naval Academy

2012 – 2015: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, University of Denver

2011 – 2012: Assistant Coach, Bucknell University

2009 – 2011: Graduate Assistant Coach, Auburn University

2005 – 2009: Player, Tulane University


2011: Auburn University, Masters, Business Administration

2009: Tulane University, Bachelors, Management


Hometown: Harrisburg, PA

Career Highlights

Career Record
41-19 (.683)

20+ Win Seasons (1)

Winning Seasons (2)
2022-23, 2021-22

Power Five Wins (2)
Big Ten, Pac-12

WNIT Berths (1)

Has led Stony Brook to a 41-19 (.683) overall record and consecutive winning seasons

In 2021-22, was the only non-P5 rookie Division I Head Coach to win 20 or more games

In 2021-22 (first season), guided Stony Brook to the third-most single-season (t-23) and most America East Conference (t-14) wins in program history, including two wins over Power Five opponents (Rutgers, Washington State)

Stony Brook’s scoring offense finished ranked 1st in the America East in 2021-22

As Stony Brook’s Head Coach, has recruited and coached five all-conference team selections

From 2017 to 2021, helped lead James Madison to a 91-31 (.746) overall and 56-10 (.848) Colonial Athletic Association record, three consecutive CAA Regular Season Conference Championships, and two post-season berths

In 2018-19, assisted JMU to match the most single-season overall (29) and CAA (17) wins in program history

JMU’s scoring defense finished nationally ranked 14th in 2019-20 and 3rd in 2018-19, as well as 1st in the CAA in 2019-20

Signed a 2020 recruiting class to JMU that ranked 51st nationally and a 2019 recruiting class that ranked 44th nationally

From 2009 to 2011, assisted Auburn to 32 overall wins and one post-season appearance

As a Division I Assistant Coach, has recruited and coached 25 all-conference team selections, as well as two Players of the Year, three Defensive Players of the Year, two Rookies of the Year, the 28th overall selection in the 2020 WNBA draft and the 18th overall selection in the 2017 WNBA draft

A 2018 inductee into the Tulane Athletics Hall of Fame was the 2008-09 Conference USA Scholar-Athlete of the Year and graduated as the program’s all-time leader in assists, helping lead Tulane to one Conference USA Regular Season Championship

Head Coach Record