Career: Two-time Ivy League champion ... 2010 Second-Team All-Ivy ... Started all 10 games as a junior and senior ... Member of an offensive line that led the Ivy League and finished fourth in the nation in fewest sacks allowed as a senior ... Penn also led the Ivy League in rushing offense, scoring offense and total offense in 2010 ... Started for Penn in a 52-10 win at Princeton (11/6/10) when the Quakers set a school record for points scored against their archrivals and nearly broke the school record for total yards with 600.
2008: Started all 10 games on the offensive line for the Quakers ... Played mostly at left tackle ... Blocked for three different 100-yard rushers ... Enabled Penn to run for an average of just under 140 yards per game ... Started in Penn’s best offensive day as the Quakers gained 445 yards against Harvard (Nov. 15) ... Also started as Penn gained 282 rushing yards in the season finale against Cornell (Nov. 22) ... Only 12 teams in the country allowed fewer sacks than Penn.
2007: Appeared in eight games on the offensive line and started in three ... Earned starts against Princeton (Nov. 3), at Harvard (Nov. 10), and vs. Cornell (Nov. 17).
2006: Did not see any varsity game action.
St. John’s College HS: Captain of team ... Team MVP and all-conference selection as a senior ... Named a preseason third-team All-DC and All-Maryland prior to 2005 season ... Third-team all-conference in 2004 ... Wendy’s High School Heisman winner ... Salutatorian of graduating class ... National Honor Society member.
Personal: Born August 22, 1987 in Rockville, Md. ... Son of Kathy and Peter Luongo ... Older brother, Nick, played football at Yale and graduated in 1997 ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.