2015: Was one of only three players to play in all 125 sets over 33 matches...Led the team with 25 service aces (0.20 per set), dishing out multiple aces on nine different occasions...Ranked second on the squad with 290 digs (2.32 per set)...Registered double-digit digs in a dozen matches, including tying a career-high with 20 digs against The Citadel and Siena on back-to-back days (Aug. 28-29)...Earned all-tournament accolades in the GT Courtyard by Marriott Atlanta Midtown Invite on Aug. 28-29...Finished off the season with double-digit digs in six of the final 11 matches against OVC competition...Was named to the OVC Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2014: Was a difference maker on defense, playing in 29 matches and 102 of the team’s 110 sets…Compiled 216 digs (2.12 per set), 34 assists, 13 service aces, one kill and one block…Tallied double-digit digs in 10 contests, including six of the first seven matches of the season…Registered a season-best 18 digs in only four sets against Ole Miss on Sept. 6…Named to the all-tournament team at the Memphis Invitational (Sept. 5-6)…Tied a career-high with five assists at Alabama State (Aug. 29) and against Ole Miss (Sept. 6)…Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
2013: Had a successful debut season, playing in 120 out of a possible 123 sets as a true freshman…Ranked amongst the team leaders in digs (252, 2.10 per set)…Tallied double-digit dig totals in eight contests, including a career-best 20 digs in a four-set win over UNC Asheville on Sept. 6…Added 48 assists on the season, handing out a career-high five assists at Bradley (Aug. 31) and against Tennessee (Sept. 7)…Also tallied seven service aces, including four in the team’s 3-2 win at Chattanooga on Sept. 7…Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
BEFORE UTM: Had a successful prep career at Naperville North High School under head coach Jennifer Urban…Scooped up 860 career digs, which ranks second in NNHS program history…Included in that total is 355 digs during her senior campaign, the fourth-highest single-season total in school history…Also boasted an impressive 2.2 passing mark during her high school career…A two-time all-area and all-conference selection, she was named a “Top 50 Player to Watch” by the Chicago Sun-Times after she helped lead the Huskies to a 29-8 record and conference championship in 2011…That same season, she was named an honorable mention all-state selection.
PERSONAL: Born on Oct. 1, 1994…Daughter of John and Sharon Larson…Has one older sister, Ellen…Majoring in integrated studies.