Ian Larson
Ian  Larson


Batavia, Ill.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 165



@DuqMSoccer and George Mason End in 2-2 Draw

Larson scores twice for Dukes


@DuqMSoccer Suffers First Road Loss

Dukes fall in double overtime at Robert Morris


Larson Gives @DuqMSoccer a 1-0 win at Colgate

Freshman's first career goal ends Colgate win streak at three


@DuqMBB vs. Wright State

@DuqMBB vs. Wright State


URI 2 - @DuqMSoccer 1

Duquesne men's soccer Senior Night


@DuqMSoccer 1 - GW 0

Duquesne men's soccer defeats George Washington 1-0 on Rooney Field


@DuqMSoccer 1 - Robert Morris 0

Duquesne men's soccer wins fourth straight game with a 1-0 victory over RMU on Rooney Field


@DuqMSoccer 1 - Canisius 0

The Dukes defeated Canisius 1-0 in overtime, winning the 2016 Duquesne Invitational championship.

As a Junior (2017)
• Started all 15 matches in which he played.
• Tied the Navy game at 1-1 with a goal off a set piece from 25 yards out in the 36th minute. The Dukes went on to defeat the Midshipmen 2-1.
• Assisted on George Poppas' goal in the 35th minute of a 2-1 loss at Rhode Island.
• Tied for third on the team with 18 shots.
• Had four shots on goal.

As a Sophomore (2016)

• Played in 17 matches with 16 starts.
• Finished third on the team with six points (two goals and two assists).
• Scored both goals (46' & 81') in a 2-2 tie vs. George Mason. Had a season-high four shots vs. the Patriots.
• His assists came at Wright State and at Dayton.
• Registered three shots on goal in a 2-1 loss to Rhode Island.
• Tied Ryan Landry for most points in conference play with five.
• Was one of six players with 20 or more shots (22, including eight on goal).

As a Freshman (2015)
• Saw action in seven matches.
• Scored a goal on his first career shot in his first career game at Colgate on Sept. 20. The short side goal, which came off an assist from Fredrik Borenstein in the 71st minute, proved to be the game-winner in a 1-0 victory.
• Also had a shot on goal at Michigan.
• Finished the season with three shots.
• Played in four Atlantic 10 games.

Before Duquesne
• Played Club for the Chicago Fire.
• Helped his 2014 Club team to a Midwest Regional League (MRL) championship and appearance in the U.S. Soccer National Championship.
• Was the co-captain of his Batavia High School team.
• Earned IHSA All-State honors in posting 25 goals and 16 assists for a 19-3-3 squad as a senior.
• Led the 2014 Bulldogs to the Upstate Eight River Conference title, a regional title and a sectional semifinal victory.

• Finance major.


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