Travis Larsen

Born in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada Larsen grew up in New Zealand and began his rugby career there. The dual-nationality player for Canada and New Zealand alike has been a member of the Canada A side and full-time training environment for many years, just shy of the 2019 Rugby Canada World Cup squad. Larsen earned a handful of accolades while in New Zealand as he came up through the university and club scene, playing for the Marist Premier Squad, North Harbour U20s, New Zealand Universities Colts and national side as a young player. He was awarded the Armiger Trophy and Massey University Blues Award before moving to senior sides such as Northland of the ITM Cup. A move to Italy came next in 2014 where he spent one season with Rugby Lyons Piacenza and one with Petrarca Padova. He returned to Canada in 2016, competing domestically and training as a centralized player for Rugby Canada. Larsen joined MLR in 2019 with Austin, starting every match besides one for the national team duty. The loose forward moved East to join Old Glory DC for the 2020 season, playing four matches for their side before the remainder of the season was canceled. In 2021, Larsen signed with the San Diego Legion and became a staple in the early part of the season. A little closer to one of his two homes, Larsen is ready to get to work with Seattle to end the season on a high note.

Position Loose Forward
Height 6'2
Weight 238 lbs.
Hometown Nanaimo, British Columbia