FORREST LARSON'S BIO
Forrest Larson has coached for 33 years on the high school level in the state of Wisconsin. He was recently awarded the prestigious Steven L. Randall Award by the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association for integrity, passion and professionalism in teaching and coaching. In 2011 he was inducted into the Wisconsin Basketball Coach’s Hall of Fame. His 2007-2008 Badger team qualified for the state tournament and won Sectional, Regional and Lakeshore Conference championships. Previous to coaching at Lake Geneva Badger, Larson spent 15 years coaching in Ladysmith, WI. He was named the 2003 Wisconsin High School Coach of the Year. Under Larson Ladysmith made four trips to the state tournament winning the State Championship in 2003 and finishing second in 2002 and 1997. His teams won Heart of the North Conference Championships in ’92, ’94, ’95, ’97, ’02 and 2003. His 2015 Badger team won the Southern Lakes Conference Championship. The success of those teams was been based on their offensive perimeter skills. Coach Larson has spoken at over 150 basketball camps and clinics in 15 different states. He has produced four well known offensive skills DVD’s; Take It To The Rim, 100 Trips: The Full Court Workout, Getting Better With The Basketball, and Getting Better With The Basketball II. He is highly involved and directs the Take It To The Rim Camps in the Midwest with a tremendous amount of energy and enthusiasm.