After ending the Russia Super League regular season in first place with a 17-5 record and 49 points, Kazan captured the best-of-five championship round playoff series over Dinamo Moscow in four matches.
After Dinamo Kazan capturing the final round opening match on April 8 in an impressive three sets, Dinamo Moscow evened the series on April 9 with an 18-25, 25-21, 25-23, 28-26 victory.
Larson scored 14 points with 10 kills on 30 attacks, two aces and two blocks. She added a 75 positive percent and 58 excellent percent on 36 service receptions. Kazan gained a 2-1 series lead on April 12 with a 25-16, 25-16, 24-26, 25-19 victory.
Larson contributed eight kills on 24 attacks, two blocks and an ace for 11 points. She charted a 91 positive percent and 56 excellent percent on 34 reception attempts.
Kazan closed out the series on April 13 with a nail-biting 22-25, 26-24, 25-27, 25-22, 15-12 victory. Larson collected 16 points in the win with 12 kills on 39 attacks and four blocks. She added a 56 positive service reception on a team-high 41 chances.
Larson finished second in the Russia Superleague most valuable player voting (3 first-place votes, 2 second-place votes, 2 third-place votes) behind winner Angelina Grun.
Three weeks earlier Kazan finished with the bronze medal in the CEV Champions League for the best club team in Europe.