Langemeier Earns Academic All-District Football Honors


Senior will advance to national balloting for Academic All-American honors as named by College Sports Communicators

STATESBORO – Georgia Southern fifth-year senior Logan Langemeier has been named to the 2022 Football Academic All-District Team, as announced by College Sports Communicators (formerly CoSIDA) this afternoon.

Langemeier has earned two degrees already, one in accounting and one in finance, and is slated to earn his Master’s degree in the spring. He is using his COVID-19 season granted by the NCAA to return for a fifth year of eligibility.

Langemeier took an odd path to Statesboro from his hometown in North Lake Tahoe, California. He signed with Jacksonville University and played two seasons with the Dolphins and then the program was discontinued following the 2019 season. He transferred to Georgia Southern for the spring of 2020 and has taken nearly every snap at center the past three seasons for the Eagles.

In all, he has started 53 straight college games (tackle at JU, center at GS) and had been on the field for 2,790 CONSECUTIVE offensive snaps (1,065 over 17 games at JU in 2018 and 2019; 1,725 ​​over 25 games at GS from 2020-2022) before coming off when the Eagles had a big lead in the opener against Morgan State.

Langemeier will now advance to national balloting from the College Sports Communicators membership for possible Academic All-American honors. The 2022 Football Academic All-American teams will be announced on Tuesday, Dec. 20.

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