Langley is in his fourth season as the head coach of the University of Michigan-Dearborn men's basketball team, after leading the Wolverines to a historic run in 2016-17.
Under Langley, UM-Dearborn set a new program record for victories in 2016-17, reaching 20 wins for the first time in nearly 40 years of Wolverine men's basketball. UM-Dearborn finished 20-12 overall and 13-9 in the WHAC, picking up two wins over a top-10 Davenport University team. Senior Marcus Williams and junior Jason Penn were both named to the All-WHAC First Team and NAIA All-American Honorable Mentions.
Prior to joining UM-Dearborn, Langley served as an assistant coach at Davenport University, also a member of the WHAC. The Panthers were 117-25 in the four years Langley was on the staff at DU, with three trips to the NAIA quarterfinals and one to the national semifinal. He helped recruit 11 NAIA All-Americans, one national player of the year and a Bevo Francis Award winner.
Langley played his college basketball at Macomb College, where he started as a walk-on and finished his career with a scholarship and was named team captain.