Entered fourth and final year in program in 2017 having started 64 consecutive games going back to late in 2015 ... Also began 2017 a perfect 20-for-20 in stolen base attempts for his career, with 55 multiple-hit and 25 multiple-RBI games ... Was much improved in sophomore campaign after adding over 10 pounds to frame that off-season ... Made the move from center to right field after freshman year, though still appearing in center from time to time.
AS A SENIOR IN 2017
CCAA Player of the Week (2/14) ... UCSDtritons.com Athlete of the Week (3/20).
AS A JUNIOR IN 2016
NCBWA All-West Region honorable mention ... All-CCAA First Team ... One of 16 UCSD Athletes of the Year ... NCBWA West Region Player of the Week (3/1) ... Two-time CCAA Player of the Week (3/1 and 3/22) ... UCSDtritons.com Athlete of the Week (2/29) ... One of just two Tritons to start or even appear in all 52 games, with 37 in right field and 15 in center ... Finished with a team-best (appeared tied for West Region-best) and remarkable 10 outfield assists, with three coming on plays at the plate ... Accounted for UCSD's first walk-off win in nightcap of doubleheader vs. The Master's (2/6) on Opening Day, hitting a two-out single through the right side in the 10th ... Produced two 10-RBI weeks over first four weeks of season, Feb. 11-14 and Feb. 26-28 ... NCBWA Preseason All-West Region First Team.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2015
Daktronics All-West Region Second Team ... NCBWA All-West Region Second Team ... All-CCAA First Team ... One of 10 UCSD Athletes of the Year ... NCAA West Regional All-Tournament Team ... CCAA Championship All-Tournament Team ... CCAA Player of the Week (2/3) ... UCSDtritons.com Athlete of the Week (3/9) ... Appeared in 54 games, starting 53, with 39 in right field and 14 in center ... Was either in the clean-up (42), No. 3 (nine) or No. 5 (two) spot in lineup ... Led team in several offensive categories, including batting average (.358), hits (68), doubles (13), home runs (five), extra-base hits (19), RBI (49), total bases (98), slugging percentage (.516) and stolen bases (12-tied) ... In CCAA, tied for fifth in average, fourth in RBI, seventh in hits, ninth in slugging, and tied for sixth in steals ... Third in league and tied for 13th in Division II with 38 walks ... Also led team in multiple-hit (20) and multiple-RBI (14) games ... Went 4-for-8 with a home run, two doubles, three runs and three RBI in doubleheader sweep vs. Western Oregon (2/1) on Opening Day ... Produced first career outfield assist in his first start in right field in opener, on a short hop to third baseman Troy Cruz to end the visitor third of a scoreless contest ... Second collegiate home run was a solo shot just inside the foul pole in right with two away in the fourth inning of nightcap vs. WOU ... Was 4-for-5 with two doubles, two runs and three RBI to open doubleheader vs. archrival Chico State (3/7) ... Went 3-for-5 with a home run, two runs, stolen base and season-best four RBI vs. Cal State Monterey Bay (4/12) ... Season highs of three walks vs. Cal Poly Pomona (4/2) and two steals at Cal State Dominguez Hills (2/19) ... Longest hit streak was seven games (Feb. 27-March 7) ... Longest reached-base streak was 17 (Feb. 13-March 7) ... Charged with just one error in 109 defensive chances (.991) in right field and center, with three total outfield assists.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2014
Took over the starting position in center field from four-year standout and All-American Danny Susdorf, who also wore uniform No. 16 ... Appeared in 47 games, with all 44 starts coming in center ... Hit .269 and committed just two errors in 86 defensive chances (.977) ... Went 4-for-5 with a double and run scored at SF State (4/17) ... First career home run was a three-run blast to right in fourth inning of nightcap of home doubleheader vs. Azusa Pacific (4/26) ... Finished that contest 1-for-1 with a season-high three RBI, two walks, run scored and stolen base ... Had 11 multiple-hit and two multiple-RBI games ... Longest hit streak was six games ... Longest reached-base streak was 17.
Teammates with Tyler Howsley for the Wilson (N.C.) Tobs in the club's 20th anniversary season as an original member of the Coastal Plain League (CPL) during the 2016 summer ... Went perfect 4-for-4 with two doubles, a walk and two runs in 15-3 win vs. Lexington (S.C.) County Blowfish (7/13) ... Went 3-for-4 with a walk, three runs and two RBI and fell triple short of cycle in 14-1 first-round playoff triumph at Wilmington (N.C.) Sharks (8/10) ... Homered in each of last three games and finished with four total to go along with 12 doubles and three triples ... Handled all 67 defensive chances cleanly, with seven more outfield assists after 10 in spring ... Aided Tobs to 31-25 record and spot in CPL East Division final ... Played for the Plymouth (Mass.) Pilgrims of the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL) during the 2015 summer ... Played for the Santa Paula Halos of the California Collegiate League (CCL) during the 2014 summer ... Previously played for Trombly Baseball at the Arizona Senior Fall Classic, also with Howsley.
A 2013 graduate of Capistrano Valley High School in Mission Viejo ... Teammate of fellow Tritons Tyler Howsley and Gradeigh Sanchez ... Also competed in basketball.
Born Jan. 13 in Newport Beach ... Parents are Mark and Jill Larsen ... Has two sisters named Danni and Brooke ... Communication major at Muir College ... Hobbies include playing basketball and volleyball ... Roots for the Oakland Raiders and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
CAREER HITTING HIGHS (current through 2016 season)
At Bats: 6, 4 times (last 4/16/16 vs. SF State-1)
Runs: 3, 8 times (last 3/13/16 at Cal State Dominguez Hills-1)
Hits: 4, 2 times (last 3/7/15 vs. Chico State-1)
Doubles: 2, 4 times (last 4/30/16 vs. Cal State East Bay-2)
Triples: 1, 5 times (last 4/23/16 at Cal State Monterey Bay-1)
Home Runs: 2, 2 times (last 5/12/16 vs. Chico State)
RBI: 4, 2 times (last 2/28/16 vs. Cal State San Bernardino)
Walks: 3, 2 times (last 4/2/15 vs. Cal Poly Pomona)
Stolen Bases: 2, 2 times (last 3/13/16 at Cal State Dominguez Hills-1)
CAREER HITTING STATISTICS (current through 2016 season)