Bryan Langlois
Bryan  Langlois

RS Senior

Oak Park, Calif.

High School:
Oak Park HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 205





2013-14 Pepperdine Athletics Year in Review

The school year was highlighted by sand volleyball's national championship and baseball's postseason run.


Waves Clinch Share of WCC Title, Top Gonzaga 8-6

Aaron Barnett plates two runs in his 3-for-5 offensive outing vs. the Bulldogs.


Waves Baseball Summer Update

Tracking a Busy Summer for Pepperdine


Waves Complete WCC Series Sweep with 6-4 Win at Portland Sunday

Aaron Brown Earns Sixth Win; Michael Swanner Collects WCC-Leading 14th Save; Bryan Langlois Homers


Waves Dispatch Gonzaga 10-4 in WCC Series Finale

Aaron Brown Throws First Complete Game; Chris Amezquita Hits Three-Run Homer


Baseball vs. Oklahoma (Feb. 19, 2012)

Waves vs. Oklahoma Sunday, February 19, 2012 Eddy D. Field Stadium, Malibu, Calif. Photos by Stephen Wandzura


Pepperdine Baseball vs. Oklahoma (2-17-12

Friday, Feb. 17 at Eddy D. Field Stadium Pepperdine vs. Oklahoma Photos by Stephen Wandzura

Langlois Career Stats/Highs Get Acrobat Reader

2014 MLB DRAFT: Drafted in the 20th round by the Washington Nationals ... Signed.

2014/REDSHIRT JUNIOR: Started all 61 games for the Waves in 2014 as one of four players on the team to do so ... Named to the All-NCAA Regional team after driving in a career-high five runs in the final game to help advance the Waves to the NCAA Super Regional ... Hit .281 for the season ... Was second on the team with 34 RBI hitting in the cleanup spot ... Scored the third most runs on the team with 40 ... Hit nine doubles, one triple and three homers ... Had a team-high seven sacrifice flies ... Was second on the team with 21 walks ... Was 6-for-7 on stolen base attempts, also second on the team ... Posted 20 multi-hit games ... Drove in multiple runs on seven occasions ... His nine game hitting streak was tied for third longest on the team ... Matched a career-high with three hits twice on the year, against Utah Valley (2/22) and UC Irvine (3/18) ... Scored a career-high 3 runs against USC (3/8), going 2-for-3 with an RBI as well.

2013 SUMMER LEAGUE: Competed for the Conejo Oaks in the California Collegiate Baseball League ... Named to the CCBL All-Star Team ... Led the team in home runs (6), RBI (32) and slugging percentage (.487) ... Batted .287 with 10 doubles ... Conejo finished fourth in the 2013 league standings.

2013/REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE: Turned in a strong junior campaign for Pepperdine, establishing career-highs in multiple offensive categories ... Turned in a 12-game hitting streak and reached base safely in 28 consecutive games, both the longest by a Pepperdine player in 2013 ... Led the Waves and ranked eighth among West Coast Conference leaders in doubles (15) ... Also led Pepperdine in runs (35) ... Finished the year batting .279 with 15 doubles, triple, five home runs and 25 RBI ... Drew a team-high 22 walks, including four games with two ... Posted 13 multi-hit games, including four games with three ... Established career-highs with a big day at USC (3/12), going 3-for-4 with two doubles and four RBI ... Also connected for a pair of doubles at No. 10 Oklahoma (3/3) on a 2-for-4 day ... Connected for a 3-for-5 day with a triple and a home run at Brigham Young (3/29) ... Hit .352 against righthanders ... Batted .280 with four doubles, triple and three home runs during league play with a team-high 18 runs.

2012/REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: In his first season of action for the Waves, Langlois played in 33 games for the Waves, making 22 starts mostly in the outfield (and four as a designated hitter) ... He batted .310, getting 26 hits in 84 at bats and driving in 12 runs ... He also scored 13 runs for the Waves ... Tallied four doubles and one home run ... First collegiate hit came on Feb. 17 vs. Oklahoma and was an RBI double ... First collegiate home run came two days later in the series-clinching victory over Oklahoma (2/19) ... Had three two-RBI games on the year, the first vs. Oklahoma (2/19), at UC Santa Barbara (3/27) and vs. BYU (5/10) ... Had two-for-three outing, scoring two runs in a victory over Long Beach State (3/20) ... Also went two-for-four at Santa Clara (4/22) and was two-for-three vs. BYU (5/11) ... Had a big day in the NCAA Tournament vs. host Stanford, going three-for-four, one double with two RBI on June 3 ... Tallied four sacrifices and was hit-by-the-pitch five times ... Had a slugging percentage of .393 and an on-base percentage of .370 ... Had one stolen base on May 12 vs. BYU.

2011/SUMMER: Playing for the Danville (Ill.) Dans of the Prospect League.

2011/REDSHIRT: Did not play and was granted a redshirt season.

2010/FALL: Batted .300 (6-20) with a home run and four RBI as an outfielder for the Blue Team at the Pepperdine Fall World Series ... Scored two runs ... Credited with an outfield assist from right field after catching David DiPaola leaving early from second base on an appeal play ... Hit his two-run round-tripper with one out in the fifth inning of game one (11/6) off Orange reliever Jared Lee and brought Blue back Blue back into the game after trailing 4-1 ... Drove in the eventual game-winning run during the sixth inning of game two's (11/7) 2-1 victory, slashing an RBI single back up the middle off Orange starter Jon Moscot ... Knocked in a run during the seventh inning of a game three (11/10) loss ... Led off the second inning of game five (11/14) with a double and later scored a two-out run.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduate in 2010 from Oak Park High School where he was a four-year varsity letterwinner and outfielder for head coach Josh Block ... Three-time All-Tri Valley League first team selection ... Two-time league MVP runner-up ... Batted .500 as a senior with 11 home runs - one of which landed on the freeway outside Oaks Christian HS ... Also lettered in basketball and football.

CLUB: Played for the Connie Mack Red Birds.

PERSONAL: Given name is Bryan Thomas Langlois ... Born in Burbank, Calif., and raised in Oak Park ... Business major ... Son of Joseph and Adrienne ... Brother to Christina ... Chose to attend Pepperdine to play baseball.

FAVORITES: Matt Kemp (pro baseball player) ... Los Angeles Dodgers (pro baseball team) ... To Kill A Mockingbird (book) ... Dumb and Dumber (movie) ... True Blood (TV show) ... Tech Nine (musical artist) ... Steak (food) ... Basketball (sport other than baseball).

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