Allison Holsten Larson Athlete Profile

#7 Allison Holsten Larson

Allison Holsten Larson
Position: Opposite Hitter Height: 6-0 Roster Years: 2001-2002 Hometown: Richland, WA Last School: Columbia Basin College

Personal

Personal: Parents are Duane and Ruth Ann Holsten ... played a year at Big Bend, then served a church mission (Sacramento, CA), then met Scott Larson while he played his second year at Columbia Basin College ... she married Scott Larson, a 6-foot-7 forward on the Big Bend (Moses Lake) Community College basketball team, on Dec. 16, 2000 ... she is the youngest of seven children, having four brothers and two sisters.

Before BYU

Columbia Basin College - Sophomore - (2000): She earned National Junior College All-America Second-Team honors while hitting .432 and averaging 4.66 kills, 3.79 digs and 1.40 blocks per game ... she was recruited by Tennessee, North Carolina-Charlotte, Eastern Washington, Eastern New Mexico and Montana.
Freshman - (1999): She earned National Junior College All-America First-Team honors after leading Columbia Basin College to the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (Oregon/Washington) championship.
CLUB: Played for the Velocity Volleyball Club where she was coached by John Patrick.
HIGH SCHOOL: She was a two-time All-Tri-Cities Area player at Richland High School ... a three-year starter and four-year varsity team member ... coached by Jack Long ... played volleyball, basketball and softball ... varsity letter all four years in each sport (12 letters).

Stats

CAREER MATCH HIGHS
Kills: 20 vs. Wyoming, 11/15/02
Hitting Pct.: (update).583 (4-0-6) vs. SMS, 9/8/01
Digs: 5 (Twice) vs. Nevada, 8/31/02; at Washington State, 8/31/02
Blocks: 10 at UNLV, 9/28/02
Aces: 3 at Colorado State, 10/18/02
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
Year MP-GP K E A Pct. Ast. SA SE RE Dig BS BA TB BE BHE
2001 12-20 31 26 94 .053 1 1 2 0 15 1 7 8 0 0
2002 33-123 337 167 802 .212 29 12 51 7 46 5 97 102 7 1
Total 45-143 368 193 896 .195 30 13 53 7 61 6 104 110 8 1



2001 | Junior Year

Allison appeared in 12 matches, and played in 20 games ... recorded 31 kills (1.55 kpg), 15 digs (.75 dpg) and eight blocks (.40 bpg) ... season-best seven kills at Washington (8/31/01).

2002 | Senior Year

Named to the All-MWC and MWC All-Tournament team's ... in MWC play she was ninth in hitting percentage (.295) and 13th in kills (3.20 kpg) ... set a career-high with 20 kills vs. Wyoming (11/15) ... hit a career-high .583 with 18 kills at Air Force (11/2) ... had her first career double-double against UNLV (16 kills and a career-high 10 blocks) ... switched from outside to rightside hitter at Texas A&M Invitational (9/13-14) ... appeared in 123 of 124 games.