ASHWAUBENON - McKenna Larsen has become a three-sport star for Oconto Falls in volleyball, basketball and softball, but when it's comes to playing in college, Larsen won't play all three.
However, she does know where she is going to as Larsen has committed to play volleyball and softball for Winona State, a Division II school in Minnesota.
"I verbally committed to Winona for volleyball and am looking to play softball," said Larsen, who added the softball scholarship starts her sophomore year. "Loved the campus and have the majors I am interested in."
Larsen, who said she plans to major in business or health care, has had an impact on the teams she has played on.
In 2011, she helped lead Oconto Falls to the Division 3 state volleyball tournament. In a state semifinal loss to Tomahawk, Larsen recorded 25 assists, 20 kills and 18 digs.
In softball, Larsen led Falls to the Division 2 state tournament as a freshman. The left-handed pitcher dropped a 2-0 decision to Union Grove.
The 5-foot-7 Larsen also is an accomplished basketball player, already having cleared the 1,000-point plateau in her career. Larsen averaged 17.3 points per game last season as the Panthers, which reached a regional final, were 18-6.
Larsen also said she had interest from Concordia St. Paul, Eastern New Mexico and Southeastern Louisiana.
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