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Most Notable

  • Volleyball icon Currently 15th in the world with partner Emily Stockman
  • Volleyball icon Tied for 7th with Emily Stockman in provisional Olympic ranking
  • Volleyball icon Partnered with Emily Stockman since 2018
  • Volleyball icon Former partners include: Betsi Flint (2014-2018)
  • Volleyball icon FIVB Tour debut in 2015; won her first career gold in 2017
  • Volleyball icon Two-time AVCA All-American for Pepperdine's beach team
  • Volleyball icon Helped Pepperdine to AVCA championships in 2012 and 2014
  • Volleyball icon Record of 101-20 with Pepperdine in four seasons
  • Volleyball icon Also played three years on Pepperdine's indoor team

Events

  • flag 2019 FIVB Xiamen - T17th with Emily Stockman
  • flag 2019 FIVB Itapema - T17th with Emily Stockman
  • Medal 2019 FIVB Warsaw - Silver with Emily Stockman
  • flag 2019 FIVB World Championships - T17th with Emily Stockman
  • flag 2019 FIVB Gstaad - T17th with Emily Stockman
  • flag 2019 FIVB Espinho - T5th with Emily Stockman
  • flag 2019 FIVB Tokyo - T9th with Emily Stockman
  • flag 2019 FIVB Moscow - T17th with Emily Stockman
  • flag 2019 FIVB Rome (World Tour Finals) T9th with Emily Stockman
  • flag 2019 FIVB Qinzhou - T5th with Emily Stockman
  • flag Top 2018 FIVB finishes with Emily Stockman include: 5th in Gstaad; 4th in Haiyang; 5th in Vienna; 5th in Las Vegas
  • flag 2015 Pan American Games - 5th with Betsi Flint
  • flag 2014 FIVB U23 World Championships - 5th with Betsi Flint

Personal Highlights

  • Volleyball icon Born in 1992
  • Volleyball icon Married fellow U.S. Beach National Team athlete Bill Kolinske in 2020
  • Volleyball icon Parents are Torrey and Carol Larsen; two brothers
  • Volleyball icon Majored in biology
  • Volleyball icon Played with East Valley VC and Coast VC, finishing fifth at the USA Volleyball Girls Junior National Championships in 18s
  • Tips for becoming a pro beach player"Be self-motivated. In collegiate sports, everything is organized for you. You’re told where to be, when and what to do. As long as you can stay self-disciplined and motivated, I think that’s going to get you far in their career.”