College of Michigan swimmer Ian Miskelley died on Monday. He was two weeks shy of his 20th birthday and was scheduled to compete for the Wolverines as a junior throughout the 2020-2021 season. No reason behind loss of life has been reported.
Miskelley was a two-time Educational All-Huge Ten choice for the Wolverines and twice gained the U-M Athletic Educational Achievement Award.
“This tragic information is completely devastating to our workforce. Our condolences exit to the Miskelley household throughout this extremely tough time,” an announcement from the College of Michigan reads.
Miskelley is initially a local of Holland, Michigan on the western shore of the state. There he swam for Holland Christian Excessive Faculty and Michigan Lakeshore Aquatics.
In 2018, as a senior, he gained 4 Michigan Division III State Championships within the 100 again, 200 IM, 200 free relay, and 200 medley relay. He additionally set Division III data in each the 100 again and 200 IM.
As a prep swimmer, Miskelley was a 2017 World Championship Trials qualifier, a relays Winter Juniors medalist on Three relays, Central Zone Champion in 2 occasions, and a 2016 USA Swimming Nationwide Choose Camp attendee.
A visitation will likely be held from 3-6 p.m. on Friday at Langeland-Sterenberg Funeral Residence in Holland. A second visitation will likely be held from 9:30-11 a.m. on Saturday at Our Woman of the Lake Catholic Church with a funeral mass to comply with. In lieu of flowers, please take into account making a donation to the Ian Miskelley Memorial Fund C/O the Holland/Zeeland Group Basis, 85 E. eighth Road, Suite 110, Holland MI 49423.
Miskelley’s final Instagram put up was a photograph with the workforce figuring out at Michigan Stadium, together with the caption “In instances like these, the place our world is filled with uncertainty and unpredictability, it’s essential to stay with these round us by way of thick and skinny and assist one another by way of all the things every of us face. Right here’s to yr Three with the perfect workforce on the market. #3for3.”
That picture has became a digital memorial for associates and teammates to go away their reminiscences of Miskelley.