Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg graduate Maddy Rohner has decided to attend M State in Fergus Falls and will play basketball for the lady Spartans. Rohner was a three-sport athlete at KMS, earning all-conference honors in track and field and also participating in tennis.
"I am EXTREMELY excited that Maddy has decided to play basketball at M-State," said incoming Head Coach Jodi Holleman. "I have had my eye on her for the past three years and watched her develop into a mighty fine player that racked up numerous double doubles over the years. I have been coaching for 20+ years and I have never seen any player rebound like Maddy! It is unbelievable how she can navigate to the ball, establish position, and won't be denied the rebound. Any player that has scored 1104 points and pulled down 937 rebounds in their career is going to dominate in the MCAC. Maddy is going to be a nice addition to the Spartan Roster!"
During her senior year for the Fighting Saints she averaged 17.3 points per game, making 52.6% of her field goal attempts, grabbed 12 rebounds per game and blocked just under 2 shots per game (1.9). Her career numbers are 1104 points, 937 rebounds, 97 blocked shots, 95 steals and 68 assists.
Rohner earned the following team awards after her senior season, Overall MVP, Offensive MVP and Captain. She was also named Co-MVP of the Camden Conference, while being selected as a member of the All-Area 2nd team.
She was also the Defensive MVP for KMS her sophomore and junior seasons, was All-Conference Honorable Mention as a sophomore and a member of the Camden Conference All-Conference team as a junior.