No cause of death was released, according to the Colorado Springs Gazette. Madison had been at Colorado College for a year and a half, according to his obituary. “He was passionate about tennis, and had an extremely successful playing career where, with his cousin Arie Tuckerman, played in the State Doubles Finals two years in a row. “At Academy, he developed a continued passion for painting; we’ll cherish his paintings forever. ” A fund in Madison’s name is also being set up to help support underserved youth play tennis, according to his obituary.
Devastating news this evening as we learned of the passing of @CCTigers student-athlete Jack Madison. With heavy hearts we send our condolences to Jack’s family and friends and everyone at CC who is suffering from this tragic loss. https://t.co/UPk2SOgj6r— SCAC (@SCAC_Sports) January 3, 2023
Another college student died suddenly just one week after Madison. Hunter Brown, 21, a second-year cadet and offensive lineman at the Air Force Academy, suffered a medical emergency Monday while walking to class, according to a report by Fox News. Brown was a native of Louisiana. No cause was given for that death, but the school announced that the Air Force Office of Special Investigations and the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the death. The Air Force said such an investigation is standard protocol for any on-base death. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
A 20 year old college tennis player, Jack Madison, died unexpectedly in his sleep last week. https://t.co/CdALtgV6ui— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) January 11, 2023