Greg Langston joined the Florida Southern men's basketball staff as an assistant coach in 2019 after coaching at Fairfield College Preparatory School in Connecticut. A former standout under Moccasin head coach Mike Donnelly at Southern Connecticut State, Langston has also coached at Darian High School and in the AAU circuit with Connecticut Elite and High Rise Elite.
An all-American under Donnelly at Southern Connecticut State, Langston was a three-time all-NE10 selection, winning NE10 Player of the Year honors as a senior. As a senior in 2013-14, he earned all-America honors from four different organizations and led the Owls to a 30-3 record and an appearance in the NCAA Elite Eight.
Langston finished his career at SCSU with 1,890 points, good for third in program history, and also ranks among the top 10 in school history in rebounds, steals, three-pointers made/attempted, and field goals made/attempted. After finishing his collegiate career, Langston spent one season playing professionally in Spain.
Outside of basketball, Langston has participated in a variety of community service initiatives and has served as a mentor to students at King-Robinson School in New Haven, Conn.
Originally from Stratford, Conn., the same hometown as Donnelly, Langston is a 2014 graduate of Southern Connecticut State, holding a bachelor’s degree in sports and fitness administration.