New Mexico State University is mourning the loss of one of its student-athletes, Thalia Chaverria.
The university announced junior women’s soccer player Thalia Chaverria passed away Monday morning.
Chaverria, an alumna of Frontier High School, had just celebrated her 20th birthday on July 2 and was entering her third season with the New Mexico State University soccer program, a release from the university said.
Thalia Chaverria health condition before death
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According to LCPD, officials were dispatched to a home on the morning of July 10 in the 2400 block of El Dorado Court in Las Cruces, where Chaverria was found unresponsive at about 7 a.m.
Officials said they have no reason to believe Chaverria’s death is suspicious or the result of criminal activity, but will continue their investigation and learn the cause of her death.
Who was Thalia Chaverria?
Chaverria was entering her third season as a defender for the Aggies.
She played a key role in helping NMSU earn its first conference title in school history for women’s soccer, starting in 20 games and recording two assists.
She finished her sophomore campaign fourth in total minutes played.
Head Coach Rob Baarts and Athletic Director Mario Moccia said, in part, that Chaverria was an inspiration to the team who had a vibrant personality.
A GoFundMe has been set up by family members to help pay for funeral services.