2006 Centennial High graduate who had a sensational softball career at UCLA from 2007-10. She ranks among UCLA's top 10 career lists in nine categories and capped her Bruin career as the College World Series Most Outstanding Player Award winner in 2010 when she led UCLA to the national title. As a senior, she batted .527 with 20 homers and 58 RBIs while going 14-1 with a 1.53 ERA as a pitcher. In the College World Series, she st an NCAA record with a 1.529 slugging percentage and tied marks with four homers and eight runs scored. She hit .706 for the second-highest batting average all-time while going 3-0 as a pitcher. Twice she was a first-team All-American and was a four-time All-Region and four-time All-Pac 10 honoree. Langenfeld was also the 2010 Los Angeles Sportwoman of the Year winner and an ESPY Award finalist. She played on the U.S. National Team and professionally in Japan. At 25, she is the second-youngest inductee in the history of the Elias Hall of Fae. She is now a graduate assistant at the University of Arkansas.