North Iowa forward Larson makes college commitment
June 28, 2018
The North Iowa Bulls of the NA3HL are proud to announce forward Jett Larson's commitment to Arizona State University and the Sun Devils' ACHA Division I program for the 2018-19 season. Larson becomes the third Bulls player in just over a year to go from North Iowa to Arizona State.
After three years in the Shattuck St. Mary's prep program, the Rancho Mirage, California native became an important cog in the Bulls' offensive machine, especially as a setup man for his linemates. During the 2017-18 regular season, he posted 15 points, including 11 assists, in 31 regular-season contests. He added three points, including a power-play goal, in the team's first-round playoff win at Wausau.
Larson joins a couple of North Iowa players already expected to wear an Arizona State uniform next season. Owen Larson made an immediate impact last season as a rookie Sun Devil, tallying 23 points in 31 games. Defenseman John Studioso split time between the NAPHL's Everett Silvertips Elite squad and North Iowa before making his own commitment to Arizona State early last month.
More than 70 North Iowa Bulls players have moved on to play college hockey in the club's seven-year history, including seven who have earned spots on NCAA Division I rosters. More than 125 players on NA3HL rosters have made college commitments this season alone.
The North Iowa Bulls congratulate Jett Larson on his commitment to Arizona State University, and wish him the best as he enters the next phase of his hockey career.