Ashley Langford

Head Women’s Basketball Coach
Tulane University


2024 – Present: Head Coach, Tulane University

2021 – 2024: Head Coach, Stony Brook University

2017 – 2021: Associate Head Coach (20-21)/Assistant Coach & 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
69-24 (.742)

20+ Win Seasons (2)
2023-24, 2021-22

Winning Seasons (3)
2023-24, 2022-23, 2021-22

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

Coach of the Year (1)
2023-24 CAA

Other Post-Season Berths (2)
2023-24 WBIT & 2021-22 WNIT

From 2021 to 2024, led Stony Brook to a 69-24 (.742) overall record, three consecutive winning seasons, two 23+ win seasons, and two post-season berths

The 2023-24 CAA Coach of the Year, led Stony Brook to the most single-season (t-28) and CAA wins (16) in program history, as well as the first CAA Regular Season Championship and post-season win (WBIT) in program history

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) – was the only non-Power 5 rookie Division I Head Coach to win 20 or more games

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

Stony Brook’s scoring defense finished ranked 30th nationally in 2021-22

As Stony Brook’s Head Coach, recruited and coached eight all-conference team selections, as well as one Player of the Year

From 2017 to 2021, helped lead James Madison to four winning seasons, three 23+ win seasons, three CAA Regular Season Conference Championships, and two post-season berths

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

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

Head Coach Record