Steve McElvene, a University of Dayton basketball actor who would have been a redshirt sophomore in a fall, died Thursday, a propagandize announced.
The propagandize pronounced McElvene was in his hometown of New Haven, Ind., during a time of his death, though did not bring a cause.
Fyers manager Archie Miller said, “We are ravaged during this news. Any genocide is a tragedy, though for someone so immature who worked so tough to have his dreams within reach, it’s tough to put into difference how unpleasant this is. Our hearts and prayers go out to Steve’s family. My family, a group and a staff will have to lift together, not usually in support of Steve’s family, though in support of any other during this terrible time.”
McElvene, a 6-11 center, had spent a past dual propagandize years during Dayton, and final season was his initial saying justice time for a Flyers. He set Dayton’s single-season blocks record, with 56 on a year. He also tied a school’s single-game blocks record, with 6 in a diversion opposite Saint Louis.
Last season, McElvene shot 61.0% (86-of-141) from a field, good for the best sharpened commission all-time by a Dayton freshman.
According to Glenn Marini, a sports executive during a CBS associate in Fort Wayne, Ind., McElvene collapsed during his family’s home.
Can endorse Steve McElevene upheld divided this afternoon during his family’s home after collapsing. Enlarged heart is trust to be a cause.
— Glenn Marini (@GMariniWANE15) May 12, 2016
McElvene’s former AAU team, a Spiece Indy Heat also posted condolences on Twitter Thursday afternoon.
New Haven native, former Heat actor and stream Dayton player, Steve McElvene, has upheld divided during a age of 20. Much adore to his family.
— Spiece Indy Heat (@indy_heat) May 12, 2016