At Princeton — 2013-14: made her NCAA Championships debut, placing in the Top 40 in the 200 fly and the Top 60 in the 100 fly … won her first Ivy League individual championship by going 52.73 in the 100 fly … placed second in the 200 fly (1:58.27) and seventh in the 200 IM (2:02.09) at the Ivy Championships … earned first-team All-Ivy League honors as part of four winning relays (200/400 free, 200/400 medley) … posted Top-5 Princeton swims in seven events, the most for any member of the team … moved to No. 2 on Princeton’s all-time list in both the 100 and 200 fly … swept both fly events during H-Y-P weekend. 2012-13: earned first-team All-Ivy League honors in the 800 free relay, helping Princeton to win the Ivy League Championship … placed second in the 100 fly in Princeton record time of 53.21 at the Ivy League Championships … finished third in the 200 fly at Ivies in 1:59.09; time was fastest of the Princeton season and third-fastest all-time … placed sixth in the 200 IM final at Ivies (2:01.19); time was Princeton’s third-fastest of the season and eighth-fastest all-time … helped Princeton to second-place finish in both the 400 free relay and the 200 medley relay … also recorded top-five times in the 50 free (23.65, 5th); 100 free (51.53, 5th) and the 200 free (1:50.11, 3rd).
Before Princeton — named 2011-12 Minnesota Athlete of the Year ... five-time Minnesota State High School League champion ... led Edina High to 2010 and 2011 team championships; served as team captain ... led Edina Swim Club to state championship ... holds seven high school records and 11 club records ... eight-time individual All-America ... nominated for Swimming Athlete of the Year twice ... AP Scholar with Distinction ... USA Swimming Scholastic All-America ... Edina Scholar ... captain of the mock trial team.
Personal — born May 15, 1994 ... daughter of Ron and Linda Larson ... both parents are small business owners ... has a younger sister Nina ... interested in studying political science.