|Hometown:||Kailua Kona, Hawaii|
|Previous School:||Hawaii Preparatory|
2018-19 Season (Senior) - Langmade played at No. 2 doubles and No. 4 singles during her senior season...She contributed to nine doubles wins and also won seven matches in singles play...Langmade picked up non-conference doubles wins over Mars Hill (Sept. 29), UVA-Wise (Oct. 21), Warren Wilson (Feb. 9), Milligan (Feb. 23), Averett (Mar. 4), the University of Scranton (Mar. 11) and Southwestern College (Kan.) (Mar. 12...Langmade was also a part of doubles wins in conference over North Greenville (Apr. 7) and Chowan (Apr. 14)...Her non-conference singles wins came over UVA-Wise (Oct. 21), Warren Wilson (Feb. 9), Milligan (Feb. 23) and the University of Scranton (Mar. 11)...Her singles wins in conference were over Southern Wesleyan (Apr. 6), North Greenville (Apr. 7) and King (Tenn.) (Apr. 10)...After the season, she was named to the Conference Carolinas Fall Presidential Honor Roll.
2017-18 Season (Junior) - As a junior, Langmade posted a record of 4-11 in singles action...In doubles, Langmade teamed up with Sandy Allen to go 5-10...Picked up singles victories against King and Erskine during the conference schedule...Also notched victories against Montreat and UVa-Wise...In doubles, Langmade and Allen won matches against Converse, Pikeville, Montreat, King and UVa-Wise...After her junior campaign, Langmade earned spots on both the Academic All-Conference team and to the league's presidential honor roll list.
2016-17 Season (Sophomore) - Langmade finished her sophomore season with records of 4-12 in singles and 7-10 in doubles...Langmade's singles victory total ranked second among LMC players, while her double wins are tied for her main doubles partner, Caroline Green...The Kailua Kona, Hawaii native picked up a pair of wins against both Southern Wesleyan and King (Tenn.).
2015-16 Season (Freshman) - In her first season as a Bobcat, Langmade posted a 2-14 record in singles and 4-12 mark in doubles...All of Langmade's singles outings came out of the No. 3 position, while the majority of her doubles appearances came at the No. 2 spot...Langmade did pick up a No. 1 doubles win as well.