Minnesota Forward Jared Larson Leaves Program

April 9, 2013

MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota men's hockey coach Don Lucia announced today that forward Jared Larson has left the program.

"Jared has decided to take his career in another direction, and I respect his decision to do so," Lucia said. "I would like to thank him for his contributions to our program and wish him the best as he moves forward."

A redshirt sophomore in 2012-13, Larson appeared in 12 career games for the Gophers including four games this season.

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