The 6-foot-3 senior right-side hitter and middle blocker piled up 580 kills and 213 digs this past season, leading the Redskins (22-4) to the Division II regional quarterfinals. Londot also recorded 47 service aces and 43 blocks while posting a kill percentage of .537 and a hitting percentage of .447. She missed five matches in September while helping Team USA to a gold medal at the FIVB Girls U18 World Championships in Egypt. She concluded her prep volleyball career with 2,080 kills, which ranks second in state history.
Londot has maintained a weighted 4.10 GPA in the classroom. She has signed a National Letter of Intent to play volleyball on scholarship at Ohio State University this fall.
The Utica High Homecoming Queen, Londot has volunteered locally on behalf of elementary school literacy outreach programs in addition to serving as a youth volleyball and basketball coach, and also donates her time as a peer tutor.