Did JMU Softball Player Lauren Bernett Commit Suicide? Wiki, Biography, Age, Spouse, Net Worth, Fast Facts

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Lauren Bernett was a top catcher for the softball-squad of James Madison. While her cause of death is widely watched, we should learn more about the 20-year-old competitor.

Did Lauren Bernett JMU Dead By Suicide? No, Lauren Bernett of James Madison University did not die by self-destruct. According to USAToday, her cause of death has not been discovered by any of her nearby sources, and the calls to Rockingham County, Virginia Sheriff’s Department were not immediately received.

Despite the fact that there is gossip about her self-destruct making adjustments on the internet, it would be ethically wrong to confirm or bring up an issue until one of the confirmed sources leans towards it.

Her death has been called an accident by the JMU.

Who is Lauren Bernett? Bernett, a sophomore, was a champion catcher for the Dukes and had quite recently had her most remarkable week at the jewel in her JMU calling.

On April 16, she set a JMU standard with three hits and seven RBI’s in a game against the College of Charleston. On April 23, just a few days later, in a series against Drexel, she singled in seven of her nine at bats.

In addition, her performance earned her the CAA’s Player of the Week title on Monday.

Bernett, who hit 336 with nine home runs this season, was also a key figure in the James Madison group that was exceptional for the Women’s College World Series in 2021.

Lauren Bernett Family Lauren Bennett’s family is currently mourning her passing and they have not made any announcement about it yet. Her next family, the university she attended, reported her demise via a Twitter post.

The tweet said their hearts ached after hearing the insight about the flaw from one of their understudy competitors.

The softball player was born in 2001 and was 20 years old at the time of her death.

She can also be followed on Instagram under the username @lbernett_22 and has more than 1400 followers. Her profile indicates that she plays softball at James Madison University. The comment box on her profile is full of condolences.


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