|Title:||Hitting/Third Base Coach|
|Previous College:||Kean '98|
Steve Langan returned for his second stint on the Felician baseball coaching staff in August 2017 on a volunteer basis. He previously served as a Golden Falcon assistant from 2002-2012 -- the first two years under Steve Svenson, and the next nine as the batting and infield instructor and third-base coach for his twin brother, Chris Langan.
In Langan's first year on staff, the Golden Falcons hit .340 as a team, still the program record. With Langan running the offense from the third-base coaching box, Felician stole a school-record 123 bases in 2006 while making its first trip to the CACC finals. The next season, the Golden Falcons batted .313 with a record 48 home runs and 109 steals.
Langan was an all-state honoree at Keyport High School. He and Chris helped the Red Raiders to a state championship in their junior season. Collegiately, he was a standout performer at shortstop at Bloomfield College before transferring to Kean University, where an injury ended his collegiate career. However, Langan was a non-roster invitee to the Kansas City Royals' major-league spring training in 1999.
Langan earned a bachelor's degree in criminal justice/sociology from Kean in 1998. He is the founder and owner of the Langan Baseball training facility in Ocean Township. He lives in Manalapan with his wife, Nicole, and son, Stephen Joseph.
Last updated 5/24/18