2018: Made his 10 straight start (Aug. 11 - Oct. 13), logging 79 minutes at Real Salt Lake on Oct. 13 ... Started, playing 90 minutes in a 2-0 loss to Reno 1868 FC on Oct. 3 ... Started, logging 90 minutes in a 1-0 loss at Sacramento Republic FC on Sept. 29 ... Started, playing 88 minutes in T2’s 2-2 draw at Fresno FC on Sept. 22 ... Started, logging his fourth assist of the season in T2’s 2-1win at Las Vegas Lights FC on Sept. 16 ... Started in T2’s 1-0 win over Saint Louis FC on Sept. 1 ... Scored his 14th goal for T2 in a 3-2 loss to Orange County SC on Aug. 22 ... Started for T2 in a 2-0 win over Swope Park Rangers on Aug. 11 ... Made an appearance in T2’s 4-1 loss to Phoenix Rising FC on Aug. 5 ... Recorded an assist for T2 in a 2-2 draw against Orange County SC on Aug. 1 ... Scored a brace for T2 in a 4-3 win over LA Galaxy II on July 28 ... Played 65 minutes for T2 in a 2-1 loss against Las Vegas Lights FC on July 22 ... Played 23 minutes in a 2-0 win over San Jose in the U.S. Open Cup on June 6 ... Named to the Timbers’ 18-man roster in a 1-1 draw against the Galaxy on June 2 ... Played 45 minutes for T2 in an international friendly against FC Saint Pauli on May 22 ... Scored the first hat-trick in T2’s history in a 7-3 win over LA Galaxy II at Providence Park on May 18 ... Played 78 minutes for T2 in a 1-0 win over Seattle Sounders FC 2 on May 12 ... Recorded 90 minutes in T2’s 0-0 draw with Saint Louis FC on May 5 ... Played 90 minutes for T2 in a 2-0 win over Sacramento Republic FC on May 2 ... Scored his second goal of the season for T2 in a 3-2 win over Rio Grande Valley FC on April 18 ... Scored his first professional goal for T2 in their 3-0 win against OKC Energy FC on April 7 ... Made his first start of the season with T2, playing 45 minutes on March 31.
Langsdorf, 22, capped off a four-year career at Stanford University (2014-2017) in which he helped lead the Cardinal to three straight NCAA National Championships (2015, 2016, 2017) and four straight Pac-12 titles (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017). Individually, Langsdorf finished his collegiate career as the Pac-12 career leader in points (86) and goals (37), while twice garnering Pac-12 Player of the Year honors (2016, 2017) and All-Pac 12 First-Team honors (2016, 2017). Langsdorf’s 37 career goals were the most by a Stanford player in 34 years, which ranks sixth all-time in school history. Since Langsdorf’s freshman season, Stanford established itself as the country’s winningest program, sporting an overall record of 65-10-13 (.812).
In 2017, Langsdorf played in 23 matches, leading Stanford in goals scored (14), while ranking tied for second in assists (6) and being named a 2017 MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist. In the 2017 NCAA College Cup men’s soccer semifinal at Talen Energy Stadium on Dec. 8, Langsdorf registered the game-winning goal to propel his side to the NCAA final in a 2-0 win over the Akron Zips. Two days later, Stanford defeated Indiana University in the College Cup Final with Langsdorf being named to the College Cup All-Tournament Team.
A native of Vancouver, Wash., Langsdorf played for the Portland Timbers Academy from 2012-14, and was named the 2013 Timbers Academy Player of the Year. Additionally, Langsdorf played three seasons (2014-2016) for the Portland Timbers U23s in the PDL, featuring in 17 matches, while registering three goals and an assist.