From Warrior to Ragin’ Cajun, Langevin ready to battle D1 hitters

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Texte de Tyson Shushkewich publié sur le site de "Canadian Baseball Network" le 5 février 2024

Louis-Philippe Langevin, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, NCAA DI

The province of Quebec walked away with three players taking home honours from the Canadian Baseball Network’s recent All-Canadian Team First Team rankings.

The province tied with British Columbia with three players while Ontario led the way with five, while Saskatchewan followed with one representative of their own.

For right-hander L.P Langevin (Québec, Qué.), who earned the All-Canadian First Team relief pitcher honour, the rankings and recognition mean a lot to him because of where he comes from.

“It was nice seeing my name on the list because you are seeing your name alongside some guys who got drafted (Matt Duffy, Matt Wilkinson, and Brady Cerkownyk) and that’s pretty incredible to see,” said Langevin, speaking to the Canadian Baseball Network. “The best thing and certainly what makes me the most proud is seeing Robin Villeneuve (Gatineau, Qué.) and Pier-Olivier Boucher (Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce, Qué.) also on the list, representing the province of Québec. Villeneuve and I played travel ball and high school ball together and to see both of us and Boucher getting ranked on the All-Canadian First Team is an incredible honour.”

Pitching for the Wabash Valley College Warriors last year, the right-hander appeared in 22 games, sporting a 2.48 ERA while also making eight starts for the program. He struck out 92 batters through 58 innings and also racked up three saves early in the campaign before transitioning into a hybrid role for the club, working out of the rotation and bullpen down the stretch.

“It was a new beginning becoming a starter because I started the year as the team’s closer,” said Langevin. “Halfway through the season, our coaches were looking for a third starter and I put my name in the bucket and they gave me a chance to make some starts.”

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