Shocking news from the United States.
American junior athlete Thalia Chaviria has passed away at the age of 20. She was found dead in her home earlier this week. The police investigate, but do not believe in outside influences. Chaviria began attending New Mexico State University, preparing for her career there.
Las Cruces, New Mexico police were called to Chaviria’s home around 7 a.m. Monday after they found an “unresponsive woman.” When the paramedics arrived, she was already dead.
“Yesterday we lost a wonderful young woman and are deeply saddened by the passing of a member of the Aggie family,” said Mario Moccia, the university’s head of sports, on Tuesday. “Talia had a vibrant personality and those fortunate enough to spend time with her knew she had a bright future ahead of her.”
Chaviria just celebrated her 20th birthday on the 2nd of July. She had already competed in two seasons for the collegiate. For her debut season, she narrowly missed out on the first team in the Western Athletic Conference—but made it to the expanded roster.
The defender played a major role in achieving the first title for the women’s national team. The sudden loss of Thalia has changed the world of Aggie football families (Aggie is the team’s nickname, Dr. Reed.) completely shaken. She was the inspiration and rock of this team. We will miss them, but we will not forget them. Your spirit will be with us every day, on and off the field. “I will always love you, Tee!” said Coach Rob Barts.
According to scouts, the football player was going to have great chances in the upcoming drafts of the American Women’s League. In the draft, NWSL women’s league teams can select the best young players in the country.
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