Morgan rodgers death: While Durham police keep on exploring the passing of 22-year-old previous Duke lacrosse players, a police representative said Tuesday that “it doesn’t give off an impression of being a dubious demise.”
Morgan Rodgers was discovered dead last Thursday at her Durham home, leaving loved ones both here and in her old neighbourhood of Warrenton, Va., in grieving.
Reacting to inquiries from The News and Observer, police representative Kammie Michael wrote in an email Tuesday that the Durham police is taking care of the case as a demise examination.
Through the school, Rodgers’ family has declined talk with demands and requested protection. Duke mentors and players have not been made accessible for input.
Rodgers played lacrosse for Duke in 2016 and 2017, showing up in one game, and kept on considering brain research after leaving the group.
As indicated by a eulogy submitted to Moser Funeral Home in Warrenton, Rodgers’ passing was “unforeseen.” She had recently gotten back to Durham after a family get-away at Pawley’s Island, S.C., “shouting out to the American Women’s World Cup Soccer matches over the Fourth of July.”
“Continually grinning and kidding, Morgan esteemed her visits to the seashore – it was her upbeat spot,” the eulogy said.
Instead of blossoms, gifts can be made in Morgan Rodgers’ name to the Fauquier SPCA in Midland, Va.
Duke reported her passing in an email dispersed to the grounds network last Friday. The athletic office additionally delivered an announcement last Friday saying, “We join the Duke people group in grieving the loss of previous ladies’ lacrosse understudy competitor Morgan Rodgers. During this season of distress, we ask that you hold the Rodgers family in your souls.”