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- United States
- Birth Date
- Birth Place
- Nebraska, USA
- 188 cm
- 75 kg
- Hanging out with friends
- Favorite Athlete
- Basketball, track
Position: Outside Hitter
Birthplace: Fremont, Neb.
Hometown: Hooper, Neb.
High School: Logan View High School (Hooper, Nebraska)
College: University of Nebraska '08, Communications Studies
2016 Olympic Games (Bronze Medal)
2012 Olympic Games (Silver Medal)
World Championship Experience
2014 FIVB World Championship (Gold)
2010 FIVB World Championship
Bronze medalist at 2016 Olympic Games
Best Spiker at 2016 NORCECA Olympic Qualification Tournament
Named 2015 USA Volleyball Female Indoor Player of the Year and 2016 USA Volleyball Female Indoor Player of the Year
Averaged 3.47 points in helping USA to gold at the 2014 FIVB World Championship
In 2015 Selected MVP of both the FIVB Club World Championship and the CEV Championship League after leading Turkish Club Eczacibasi to gold in each event
In 2014, she was teams that won the CEV Championship (with Russia's Dinamo Kazan), FIVB Club World Championship (with Dinamo Kazan) and FIVB World Championship (with USA)
Started all eight matches of 2012 Olympic Games, helping U.S. to the silver medal
Helped Nebraska win the 2006 NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Championship
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION:
2018 - FIVB Volleyball Nations League (Gold)
2017 - USA Volleyball Cup vs. Brazil; FIVB World Grand Champions Cup (Bronze)
2016 - NORCECA Olympic Qualification Tournament (Gold)...FIVB World Grand Prix (Silver)...Olympic Games (Bronze).
2015 - USA Volleyball Cup vs. China...FIVB World Grand Prix (Gold)...FIVB World Cup (Bronze)...NORCECA Championship (Gold).
2014 - USA Volleyball Cup vs. Brazil...FIVB World Grand Prix (5th Preliminary Round)...FIVB World Championship (Gold)
2013 - USA Volleyball Cup vs Japan...NORCECA Championship (Gold-Best Server)...FIVB Grand Champions Cup (Silver).
2012 - FIVB World Grand Prix Preliminary Round...Olympic Games (Silver).
2011 – Montreux Volley Masters (Fourth)...Pan American Cup (Bronze)...FIVB World Grand Prix (Gold)...NORCECA Championship (Gold)...FIVB World Cup (Silver).
2010 – Pan American Cup (Bronze)...FIVB World Grand Prix (Gold)...Tour of Brazil...FIVB World Championship (Fourth).
2009 – Pan American Cup (Fourth)…FIVB World Grand Prix (Ninth)...NORCECA Continental Championship (Fourth). 2004 – NORCECA Women’s Junior Continental Championship. (Gold).
Did You Know
Selected Best Outside Spiker at 2017 FIVB World Grand Champions Cup
Scored 103 points during 2016 Olympic Games, ranking seventh in scoring while tied for third in Best Spiker category with .286 hitting efficiency. Also ranked second in Best Receiver and fifth in Best Server and Best Digger at Rio Games
Developed into an international volleyball star from a hometown of 830 population in Hooper, Neb.
Majored in communication studies at University of Nebraska with a minor in psychology, graduating in December 2008
Teammates call her ‘Jor’ or ‘Govnah’
Played on three consecutive Russia Super League championship teams with Dinamo Kazan (2010-2013); Squad won the prestigious European CEV Champions League title in March 2014 as Larson-Burbach named Best Blocker; Named Best Receiver in 2011-12 CEV Champions League
2013 NORCECA Continental Championship Best Server
Three-time AVCA All-American at University of Nebraska, compiling 1,600-career kills and 1,410-career digs
Chosen Big 12 Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year in 2008 as a senior at Nebraska, marking the first time any player has earned both honors in one year
Played for the U.S. in the FIVB Girls' U-18 World Championship in 2003
Started playing volleyball at age 12, making club volleyball debut with Nebraska Elite Volleyball Club in 1998
Parents are Kevin Larson and Kae Clough
Jordan Larson's Favorites
Food: Steak & Veggies ... Book: Anything by Nicholas Sparks ... Music Type: Country ... Musical Person: Garth Brooks ... Movie: My Best Friend's Wedding
Hobbies and Interests: Spending time with family and friends, traveling
Most Admired Person: My mom because "she battled cancer for seven years. Toughest person I know."
Happiest Moment in Life: "Being announced to my first Olympic Team."