The Governor's Academy
At Delaware: Fifth-year member of the squad as a senior • third-year starter on defense who returns to lineup after missing the entire 2011 season with a back injury • back at full strength and ready to anchor a defense that should rank among the best in the Colonial Athletic Association • .has strong stick skills and can also play longstick midfielder • outstanding athlete who can create transition offense from defensive end • has appeared in 47 career games with 34 starts • has contributed two goals, 62 groundballs, and 33 caused turnovers during his career • ranks No. 3 on the all-time UD caused turnovers list behind 2011 All-American Pat Dowling (48) and Evan Crowther-Washburn (34 in 2005-08).
2011 Season: Sat out the entire season with a back injury that he suffered during fall drills • Delaware went on to capture the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title and advance to the NCAA Tournament.
2010 Season: Played a key role as a starter on a defense that ranked among the top units in the CAA and the nation • team won the CAA Tournament and advanced to the NCAA Tournament • teamed with Dowling, Matt Stefurak, and goalkeeper Noah Fossner for a defense that allowed just 10.01 goals per game and held eight teams to single digits • one of only five players on squad to start all 17 games • did not score a point during the season but led the team with 15 caused turnovers and ranked 10th on the team with 28 groundballs • scooped up a a season-high four groundballs vs. Villanova and also had three against Saint Joseph's, Albany, and Georgetown • caused a season-high four turnovers in CAA title game win over Towson • also had three turnovers against Villanova and two against Georgetown.
2009 Season: Enjoyed another solid season as a sophomore • moved into starting spot at close defense and teamed to help Delaware rank among the league leaders in scoring defense and rank No. 11 nationally in man-down defense (.747) • started all 15 games and ranked second on the squad with 12 caused turnovers • caused turnover total was the 11th highest single season effort in school history • also ranked among team leaders with 22 groundballs • had season-highs of three caused turnovers vs. Saint Joseph's and three groundballs vs. Brown and Drexel.
2008 Season: Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie team selection • played in 15 games and made two starts • scored two goals from his defensive position on two shots, vs. UMBC and in playoff loss to Hofstra • collected 12 groundballs • caused six turnovers.
High School: Attended Danvers High School for two years before transferring to Governor Dummer Academy (now The Governor's Academy) for his final three seasons • played lacrosse and football at both schools, earning five letters in each sport • earned All-American honors as a senior in lacrosse for head coach Peter Bidstrup at TGA • three-time all-conference selection • led team to two conference titles and three-year mark of 42-6 • team captain and Most Valuable Player as a senior • played running back and linebacker in football for head coach Mark Gerry at TGA • team went 20-5 in his three seasons • all-conference as a senior and was the team MVP • played in Shriner's All-Star Game • honor roll student • lacrosse teammate of former Blue Hen All-American midfielder Martin Cahill at TGA.
Personal: Timothy Lee "Tim" Langmaid • born July 16, 1987 • son of Bill and Mary Lou Langmaid • second of four children • marketing and sport management major at Delaware • works as a landscaper during the summer • father, Bill, played college football and Plymouth (Vt.) State • enjoys swimming, wakeboarding, playing video games, and listening to music in his spare time.
Career-High Goals: 1 vs. UMBC, vs. Hofstra, 2008