Emily Londot has been an elite-level volleyball player for quite some time now. Afterall, the 6-3 versatile attacker committed to Ohio State way back in 2016.
The Emily Londot File
Hometown: Utica, Ohio
High School: Utica High School
College Commitment: Ohio State
But this fall, Londot really came into her own. After landing a spot on the USA Youth National Team roster for the U18 World Championships in Egypt, Londot went on to play a key role, even tallying 16 kills in the gold-medal match victory over Italy.
Londot was also a member of the youth team that gold gold without losing a single set at the 2018 NORCECA U18 Continental Championship.
“The first time I saw Emily play I knew she was going to be special,” said former Ohio State head coach Geoff Carlston, who recruited Londot. “She has an incredibly unique balance of competitiveness, calmness, and enthusiasm. Her success on the youth national team and at every stage she has ever been on will no doubt allow her to make her mark right away as a Buckeye.”
Londot concluded her four-year varsity career at Utica High School in Utica, Ohio, with 2,080 kills. Her most productive offensive season was her sophomore year in 2017 when she finished the fall with 631 kills, but this year, with 580 kills on 1080 attempts with just 97 errors, she hit an impressive .447.
Emily is another All-American with plenty of familial connections to the sport. Her mother played at Louisville and older sisters Rachel (LIU Post) and Alyson (Robert Morris) also play or played Division I.