College Football Player Dies After Jumping 16 Stories From Dorm Window

College Football Player Dies After Jumping 16 Stories From Dorm Window

A university soccer participant died final week after he jumped from the 16th ground of his dorm room.

21-year-old Marquis Brown—a junior working again at Duquesne College in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania—was reportedly being questioned by campus police in Brottier Corridor in response to an altercation on the 16th ground Thursday (Oct. 4) when he jumped out of the window. He was taken to Mercy Hospital in important situation pronounced useless.

“It’s with nice unhappiness that I report that we had a tragedy on campus final evening,” Duquesne College President Ken Gormley stated in a message despatched to college students and workers on Friday.

Brown’s dying got here simply days earlier than the College’s homecoming recreation. Head coach Jerry Schmitt stated the crew determined one of the best ways to honor Brown’s reminiscence was to play Saturday’s recreation as scheduled.

A good friend of Brown’s and fellow pupil, Eric Williams Jr., stated he noticed him simply minutes earlier than he jumped to his dying. “He was at my house down right here,” Williams advised KDKA-TV. “I simply noticed him 30 or 40 minutes earlier than, so it’s simply stunning.”

Brown’s former soccer coach at DeMartha Excessive Faculty in Washington, D.C. shared his condolences on Twitter. “The DeMatha household is mourning the lack of Marquis ‘Jaylen’ Brown ’16,” wrote Coach Elijah Brooks. “Prayers are requested for his household throughout this tough time. We love you JB!”

A non-public memorial was held for the student-athlete on the faculty on Sunday (Oct. 7).

Police haven’t stated something about why they have been questioning Brown and what might have led to his resolution to leap, however no foul play is suspected.

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