Ted OLeary Dies At Age 29

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Ted O’Leary dies at age 29 July 5, 2012 7:34 AM

Ted O’Leary, an exceptional student athlete who played on the University of Denver’s 2004 and 2005 NCAA championship teams, died Sunday in Denver. He was 29.

O’Leary’s family has said the cause of death is unknown at this time, though foul play is not suspected.

O’Leary was the 2000 valedictorian at Vail’s Battle Mountain High School and played hockey throughout Colorado.

O’Leary joined DU in 2002, after playing two years of junior hockey with the Cedar Rapids in the United States Hockey League. O’Leary played in 67 career NCAA games and was named the Western Collegiate Hockey Association’s student-athlete of the year as a senior in 2005-06, just before graduating magna cum laude with a biology degree.

O’Leary later went on to earn a master’s degree at DU’s Daniels College of Business, and went on to study medicine at the New York Medical College.

O’Leary was seen by many as the definition of what a "student athlete" should be. His loss will be felt by many who were touched by O’Learys actions and examples on the ice, in the classroom and in life.

Joseph Kolodziej

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