WKU Volleyball player Alyssa Cavanaugh died Friday morning at Norton Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. The 24-year-old was a four-time All-American during her career from 2014-2017.
Flo died on January 24, 1986 during a volleyball game. She was sitting on the bench, shortly after substituting out, and collapsed suddenly. At first her death was attributed to a heart attack, but an autopsy later showed that she died of aortic dissection that resulted from an undiagnosed condition known as Marfan syndrome.
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South Korea's former professional volleyball player Go Yoo-min was found dead in her home on Saturday. She was 25 years old. This is the second death among young South Korean athletes within a month. Go was believed to have died by suicide since police found no break-ins, forceful entries, or criminal intent after initial investigation.
A Missouri college volleyball player died in an off-campus accident Saturday while attempting to climb to the roof of an apartment building. Shelby Lee Meyer, 21, was rushed to the emergency room...
IOWA CITY - Caroline Found, who died in a mo-ped accident Thursday, was “the pulse of our team,” said Iowa City West volleyball coach Kathy Bresnahan. “There's not a person that Caroline met ...
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The Florida State community is mourning the passing of former volleyball star Brianna Barry, who died Monday at age 33. News Sports TLH Limelight Opinion Obituaries E-Edition Legals Subscribe
U.S. Olympic Volleyball Star Dies in Match : Flo Hyman, 31, Collapses While Competing in Japan. Copy Link URL Copied! Flo Hyman, perhaps the most recognizable name in international volleyball ...
Brianna Barry allegedly had an accident that took her life. However, it is not official whether Barry died in an accident. Her cause of death has not been disclosed publicly yet. Many people on social media are speculating the volleyball coach suffered an accident.