Jeremiah Larsen Athlete Profile

#10 Jeremiah Larsen

Jeremiah Larsen
Positions: Setter, Libero Height: 5-10 Weight: 160 Roster Years: 1997 | 2000-2003 Hometown: West Valley City, UT Last School: Hunter

Personal

Personal: Born in West Valley City, Utah...parents are Barry and Ann Larsen...one of five children...served an LDS Church mission to Ventura, California...enjoys collecting baseball cards and playing basketball...has been playing volleyball since he was six years old.

At BYU

2000: Did not see action, but was a valuable member of the BYU practice squad at libero.
2001:A member of the 2001 NCAA National Championship team ... saw action in 11 games during the season ... recorded 90 assists, averaging 8.18 assists per game ... also credited with eight digs and three blocks.

Before BYU

Before BYU: Listed on the High Honor Roll at Hunter High School...named three-time all-region setter and regional MVP...earned all-state honors as a sophomore, junior and senior...recorded a career-high 23 blocks in a single match...coached by his father Barry...played at the elite club level for Twin Peaks under coach Cory Solomon... recorded 11 blocks in one game at the club level...led team to a third place finish in the SCVA Regional tournament and sixth in nationals during the 1996 season.

Stats

 

Year-by-Year stats
Year MP GP K K/G E TA PCT A SA SE RE D BS BA TB B/G BE BHE
2001 7 11 0 - 2 2 -1.000 90 1 0 1 8 1 2 3 0.27 1 3
2002 5 16 2 0.12 2 6 0.000 198 1 9 1 15 1 3 4 0.25 1 3


2000 | Freshman Year

Did not see action, but was a valuable member of the BYU practice squad at libero

2001 | Sophomore Year

A member of the 2001 NCAA National Championship team ... saw action in 11 games during the season ... recorded 90 assists, averaging 8.18 assists per game ... also credited with eight digs and three blocks.

2002 | Junior Year

Competed in 16 games as a junior...ranked second on the BYU roster for assists, with 198, an average of 12.38 per game...registered a match-high 64 assists in his first career start as a setter against Stanford (Jan. 11)...followed with a match- and season-high 78 assists against Stanford Jan. 12...recorded 1 service ace, 15 digs and 4 blocks on the season.