Freshman Joey Johnson led the way again for the Bears in a disappointing team finish.
Fall 2012: Ranked third on the team with a 76.40 scoring average while playing in all five tournaments...Grabbed his first collegiate top-10 finish at the UMKC Intercollegiate, tying for 10th overall and first for the Bears after posting 70-72-77--219...Shot 76-86-77--239 at the Colbert Intercollegiate to finish 21st...Tied for 15th in the season-opening Fairway Club Invitational with 77-75-75--227.
2011-12: Became a regular member of the Bears' top five, playing in 11 of the team's 12 tournaments and posting a 78.00 scoring mark in 33 rounds...Best finish of the fall was 15th at SIUE, where he shot 73-77-78--228...Also placed 15th at the Washington State Snowman Getaway in the spring with 74-77-71--222...Tied his career-best 54-hole score at Kansas, where he tied for 26th and carded 74-72-79--225...Shot 78-76-75--229 and placed 40th at the Weibring Intercollegiate and had 75-74-81--230 at UMKC to finish 36th...Played his best golf in the fall, averaging 76.80 compared to 79.00 for the spring.
2010-11: Saw action in six of MSU's 12 tournaments in his first college season...Averaged 77.59 in 17 rounds, placing him sixth on the team in scoring average...Posted his best career finish at the SIUE Intercollegiate, where he tied for ninth after shooting 75-74-77--226, which also was third on the team...Recorded 81-81-78--240 and tied for 66th in his first tournament, the D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate, and tied for 58th with 81-75-79--235 at UMKC...First spring action was at South Florida, where he notched 72-79-74--225...Tied for 27th at Branson Creek with 80-81-74--235 and 80-78 at ASU Red Wolf Classic.
Background: Finished sixth at the state high school tournament as a senior, fourth as a junior and was a four-time conference player of the year at Parkway South...Placed fourth at the Missouri Golf Association Junior Championship in 2009 and had top-five finishes at the Missouri Big I Championship and the Future College Golf Association Show-Me Shootout...Also won the Future Collegian World Tour Grand Cypress Open in 2009 and placed sixth in the tour's Yankee Trace Open in 2010.
Personal: Nicholas David Langley was born February 11, 1992, in Chesterfield, Missouri...Son of Brad Langley and Carol Haas...Brother, Scott, won the the individual NCAA Championship in 2010 for Illinois, was the low amateur at the 2010 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach and has earned his PGA Tour card for 2013...Majoring in Business Administration.