Nicole Larson Repeats as Capital One Academic All-American

Senior Nicole Larson became one of just four softball players in the nation to repeat as a selection on the 2015 Capital One Academic All-America College Division Team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Larson joined Brittani McGue of Concordia (Calif.) University, Kasey Trierweiler of Madonna University and Jamie Rateliff of Oklahoma City University as the four players to repeat.

Off the field, Larson finished her career with a 3.9 GPA as an Accounting major and was a co-Valedictorian. She also claimed the College’s Board of Trustees award and nabbed the Athletic Department’s F. Philler Curtis award which goes to a female student-athlete who has made an outstanding contribution to campus life through her scholarship, leadership and athletic ability.
On the field, Larson had one of the best seasons in Menlo softball history. The outfielder hit a team-best .466 with 30 RBIs, 37 runs, six home runs and 10 doubles and also stole 26 bases to break the single-season record. In addition, Larson finished her career with 50 stolen bases, good for first all-time. Her tremendous senior season earned her Cal Pac Player of the Year honors along with a first-team all-conference nod.

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