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Breaking: College Football Player Killed In Sunday Morning Shooting

A general view of Utah's college football stadium.

SALT LAKE CITY, UT - SEPTEMBER 16: Fans watch the second half of an college football game against the San Jose State Spartans and the Utah Utes on September 16, 2017 at Rice Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah. Utah defeated San Jose 54-16. (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images)

A college football player at Utah was reportedly the fatal victim of a shooting early on Sunday morning.

According to reports, Utah football player Aaron Lowe was killed in a shooting in the early hours of Sunday morning.

ABC 4 News in Utah is reporting that Lowe has been identified as the victim.

"University of Utah football player Aaron Lowe has been identified as the victim of a Sugar House party shooting early Sunday morning," ABC 4 News reports.

From the report:

Police have confirmed the victim of a deadly house party shooting in Sugar House is U of U football player Aaron Lowe. The Salt Lake City Police say the shooting happened early Sunday morning around midnight and the shooting left one person dead on the scene and another in critical condition. Lowe was in his third season of playing with the University of Utah’s football team. Notably, Lowe was the first recipient of the Ty Jordan Memorial Scholarship, an award created to honor former Utes player Ty Jordan, who lost his life after an accidental shooting in December 2020.

This is incredibly tragic news.

Our thoughts are with Aaron's friends and family members during this very difficult time.