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Cause of death determined for college soccer player from Strongsville

Cause of death determined for college soccer player from Strongsville

The Clermont County Coroner’s Office has determined the cause of death for a University of Cincinnati soccer player from Strongsville.

The coroner ruled Ally Sidloski’s death as an accidental drowning with carbon monoxide poisoning as a contributing factor.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources reports the 21-year-old drowned at East Fork State Park on May 22.

Her body was recovered around 1 a.m. on May 23 and she was not wearing a life jacket, according to officers.

Sidloski, a 2018 Strongsville High School graduate, recently completed her sophomore season at the University of Cincinnati.

Sidloski played four years for the Strongsville High School soccer team and was a three-time All-Greater Cleveland Conference selection.

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