Wooster student Clayton Geib dies
Senior chemistry major and football player was 21
WOOSTER, Ohio, Sept. 17 – Clayton Geib, a senior chemistry major and football player at The College of Wooster, died this afternoon at Wooster Community Hospital. Geib was transported to the hospital on Saturday after complaining that he did not feel well, following the conclusion of the Wooster – Ohio Wesleyan football game. He was 21.
“Clayton was a wonderful student and member of the College of Wooster community, and beloved by many,” said Sarah R. Bolton, Wooster’s president, “Our hearts are breaking, and all our prayers and thoughts are with Clayton’s family, teammates, and friends.”
Geib, a native of London, Ohio, was an all-conference lineman and two-time NCAC Academic Honor Roll member at Wooster.
Plans to honor his life and his contributions to the campus community will be made in the coming days.
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