2007-08: Enters his second and final year in the green and white . . . is an all-around player that fits nicely into the Spartan style of play. . . is quick and has the ability to get to the basket but can also drill the perimeter jump shot . . . brings game experience and maturity to the Spartan squad . . . will have the opportunity to be a key player in the Spartan rotation.
2006-07: Played a key role in his first Spartan season, playing in all 26 games starting 25 of those contests . . . averaged 10.5 points, 5 rebounds, 3.2 assists, and 1.7 steals for the campaign . . . established a career-high in scoring on December 6 tallying 16 points in the win over Gallaudet . . . pulled-down nine rebounds against Mary Washington setting the career mark on February 3 . . . handed out a career-best seven assists in the January 31 victory at Gallaudet . . . nailed three triples in three games, going 3-for-4 each time . . . shot an incredible 47.1% from distance ranking him second in the CAC in three-point field-goal percentage . . . established a career-high of five steals against St. John Fisher on December 30 . . . found his name littered all over the CAC rankings as he was also 6th in steals, 10th in assist-to-turnover ratio, eleventh in assists, 14th in minutes played, 20th in rebounding, and 25th in scoring.
Personal: Is the son of Scott and Vicki Lankford . . . born on June 29, 1985 . . . is a Sport Management major . . . played for Bill Ackerman at West York High School . . . played at Slippery Rock University during the 2003-04 season . . . averaged 5.1 points and 1.4 rebounds during his season at the Rock . . . led West York High School to a pair of York County Division II championships as a junior and senior.