|Hometown:||Edmonton, Alberta, Canada|
|High School:||W.P. Wagner School|
• Played on the back line for much of her first two seasons before starting transition to playing on ASU’s front line.
• Has played in 34 career games (nine starts).
• Played in 16 games.
• Started season opener vs. Texas in Hawaii (Aug. 22).
• Recorded her first career assist in ASU’s 4-2 NCAA Tournament win over NAU (Nov. 15).
• Played in 18 games (eight starts) and earned the team’s Newcomer of the Year award.
• Started the last six games of the season.
• Took eight shots on the year (three on goal).
• A 2013 graduate of W.P. Wagner School.
• Was 15 years old when she made her debut in the Canadian youth program in 2011 with coach Bryan Rosenfeld.
• Was nominated for U17 Player of the Year as she helped the Canadian U17 squad win a silver medal at the 2012 CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship in Guatemala (Canada qualified for Azerbaijan 2012).
• Also represented Canada at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Azerbaijan where, as a starter and captain, she helped Canada make it to the quarterfinal round.
• Is the second player in program history to join ASU from Canada (Kylla Sjoman- 2005-08).
• Major is Sociology.
• Parents are Jeff and Shauna Staub.
• Has one brother, Austin (20).
• Enjoys adventurous activities, volunteering, working out and trying new things.
• Born Sept. 15, 1995 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
• Full Name is Larisa Staub.