U.S. Women’s Field Hockey defender Maren Langford on what she’s looking forward to most at the Summer Games
About Maren Langford
Maren Langford is a USA Field Hockey defender. She is currently enjoying a stellar career with the U.S. National Field Hockey team, where she is in her second year with the U.S. Women's National Outdoor team. She holds 21 international caps with the American squad. She also has spent three years on the U.S. Women's Indoor National team as well as being a part of the 2007 U.S. Outdoor Development team. Langford helped the U.S. Indoor Pan Am Cup team to a silver medal in 2008 and played in the 2010 AtaHolding Women's World Cup qualifier in Chula Vista, Calif.
In June, she was named to USA Field Hockey’s nine-member developmental squad. As a developmental team member, she can be called up for training sessions or other competition opportunities with the U.S. National Team.
She is a graduate of Princeton University, where she played field hockey. During her career at Princeton, Langford was a mainstay in the Tiger midfield and received All-Ivy honors three times. As a senior in 2005, she was a first-team All-Ivy selection while starting all 18 games and ranking second on the team in minutes played. She scored a goal and had two assists. Langford was a second-team All-Ivy pick in both her junior and sophomore seasons. She recorded career highs of eight goals and 19 points in 2003, her sophomore year.