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Ex Ohio State Captain Amy Van Culin’s Cause of Death

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Just like others, we are so heartbroken to announce that the real story behind the former Ohio State women’s soccer captain, Amy Van Culin’s cause of death has been released after the star passed away last week (May 5, 2022).

The beloved captain, a four-year letter winner from 2005-08 who worked as a team captain in 2008, was about 25 at the time of her death. May she rest in peace and our thoughts and prayers are with her loved ones in this hard time.

According to official reports, Amy starred in 44 matches with 14 starts and was a four-time OSU Scholar-Athlete who gained her degree in psychology as well as minors in women’s studies and legal foundations.

Head coach Lori Walker-Hock confirmed the news in a statement, writing, “It was my honor to be Amy’s coach and play a part in her development. “Amy was the model of hard work, personal growth, and the commitment to excellence in her four years as a Buckeye.”

The statement added, “Amy was a fighter with the strongest character. She was both loved and respected by all her teammates. We are all in shock by the loss of such a beautiful young mother, wife, daughter, friend, lawyer, captain, and forever Buckeye. We all love and miss you, Amy!”

After her time as a Buckeye, Amy achieved her law degree from Capital University and practiced law in the Columbus area. Amy Van Culin and her husband Todd shared two beautiful young children, Kylie and David.

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Lymphoma Finally Became Amy Van Culin’s Cause of Death

Amy Van Culin’s cause of death was announced as her longtime disease; official sources shared, “captain Amy Graeff Van Culin died last week following a battle with lymphoma.”

Our team does not confirm any rumors about his death, but you can be sure that we are trying our best to find related information about the tragedy and provide the latest updates as soon as possible; but, do not forget that family privacy should be respected.

Regarding her disease, Amy’s friends, family, and ex-teammates gathered and began Amy’s Army to provide both financial and emotional help for her as she fought the disease. One of those supporters was her ex-teammate, Emily Francis Kaplan.

“Amy was the most selfless, determined, and kind person I’ve ever known on or off the pitch,” Francis Kaplan announced. “Not only was she the epitome of what it means to be a good teammate, but I was fortunate enough to see her become an incredible mother and wife and will forever call her my friend. Amy made a positive impact on everyone she met, and she will always hold a special place in the hearts of our Buckeye family.”

Cassie Dickerson appeared by Amy’s side in 2008 and she completely felt Amy’s impact.

Funeral services will be reportedly held on Friday, May 13, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. at the Church of the Resurrection (6300 E Dublin-Granville Road, New Albany, Ohio 43054.) A celebration of the funeral will cater to people with lunch delivered.


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