Fargo South’s Emily Stroup Approaching Class A Rebounding Record

FARGO — Fargo South senior Emily Stroup is just three rebounds shy of becoming North Dakota’s unofficial all-time Class A rebounding record holder.

Stroup sits at 1,275 rebounds entering today’s East Region quarterfinals game against Fargo Davies. Tip off is set for 5:30 p.m. at Davies high school. The record to beat is 1,277 rebounds posted by Caitlin Farroh of Grand Forks Central from 2007-11.

Stroup, a University of Mississippi signee for volleyball, is averaging 16 rebounds per game this year for the Bruins and is one of only three known players in Class A history with more than a 1,000 points and rebounds in a career. She currently has scored 1,303 points.

Farroh and Brittany Geffre of Fargo Shanley are the only other players with over 1,000 points and rebounds in their prep careers.

Tom Mix is the North Dakota high schools sports reporter at The Forum. He has been working at The Forum since 2009 and has been covering the ND prep sports beat since 2012. Mix can be reached at tmix@forumcomm.com. Follow Mix on Twitter @MixMaster_TGM

Emily Stroup of Fargo South passes the ball to a teammate over Moorhead's Brianna Carney during the Friday, Dec. 4, 2015, game in Moorhead. Dave Wallis / The Forum
Emily Stroup of Fargo South passes the ball to a teammate over Moorhead’s Brianna Carney during the Friday, Dec. 4, 2015, game in Moorhead. Dave Wallis / The Forum

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