Morehead State's Kenneth Faried Grabs D1 Career Rebounding Record

Doug BrodessCorrespondent IFebruary 19, 2011

Morehead State's Kenneth Faried Grabs D1 Career Rebounding Record

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    Kenneth Faried moved into a good neighborhood on Saturday.

    Morehead State's 6'8" forward center moved ahead of Tim Duncan to establish the modern-era (since 1973, when freshmen became eligible to compete on the varsity level) NCAA Division I career rebounding record today.

    The following is a list of the top five career rebounding leaders:

5. Ralph Sampson, Virginia Cavaliers

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    • 1979-83
    • 132 Games
    • 1,511 Rebounds

4. Malik Rose, Drexel Dragons

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    • 1992-96
    • 120 Games
    • 1,514 Rebounds

3. Derrick Coleman, Syracuse Orange

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    • 1986-90
    • 143 Games
    • 1,537 Rebounds 

2. Tim Duncan, Wake Forest Demon Deacons

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    • 1993-97
    • 128 Games
    • 1,570 Rebounds

     

1. Kenneth Faried, Morehead State Eagles

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    • 129 Games
    • 1,576 Rebounds*

    *  = With two regular season games left.