Connor Neshe, a resident of Framingham, a student at Springfield College, died on Sunday morning.
"It is with great sadness that we lost one of our students today. Connor Neshe lost from Framingham, Mass. In the morning. The administration of the campus is working closely with the Springfield City police," President of the college Mary -Beth A. Cooper. write in release statement to campus.
"Connor's family were contacted. We would like to extend our sincere condolences to his family and friends. Keep them in your thoughts today and in the days to come," continue the statement.
Ryan Walsh, spokesman for the Springfield Police Department, would say "not a criminal investigation."
Neshe was a newcomer in the school. He was a member of the men's tennis team and was doing sports biology, according to the college website,
The team's final game was on 6 October, according to the team's website. But there were pictures from the Spring Tennis Alum page on the staff page on Saturday morning.
Springfield College enrolls approximately 4,100 students of which approximately 2,500 are full-time undergraduates.
Neshe is a 2019 graduate from Framingham High School.
“Our student courses and counseling team are currently on campus meetings with students. Counseling and support services are available to all members of the Springfield College community, ”who concluded the Cooper statement.
A college spokesman did not have any further information on Sunday afternoon.
The Daily News will update this as more information becomes available.