Former NJ State Champion And Rutgers Leader Wrestler Jesse Boyden Dies At 33, Death Cause And More

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The death of a former Rutgers leader wrestler has shocked the wrestling world. What went wrong?

Jesse Boyden has worked hard to make the Rutgers wrestling program what it is today. He made the program one of the best sports the college had.

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Boyden is no longer with us, which is sad. He is said to have died late Thursday night.

Boyden’s family and Rutgers University can’t stop receiving calls about how sad it is that a hero so young has passed away.

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Jesse Boyden

Jesse Boyden

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Rutgers leader wrestler departure: Jesse Boyden cause of death

The latest news is that Jesse Boyde, a former wrestler at Rutgers, has died. The bad news was confirmed on the Rutgers University wrestling team’s official Twitter account.

They noted: “Jesse Boyden, a former letter winner who died this week aged 33, rest in peace. His family is in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.”

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But the reason why Rutgers leader wrestler Jesse Boyden died is still unknown.

The news came out of nowhere and so quickly. In fact, we have received no information that Boyden was ill or had a long-term illness.

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By now everyone in the wrestling world is saddened by his untimely death. Everyone remembers him as a fun-loving athlete who cared about his teammates and always made them laugh.

Gone too soon – Jesse Boyden died at 33

Jesse Boyden was 33 years old when he died.

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The former wrestler won the Brearley Regional Tournament in Kenilworth. As a senior in college, he reached the peak of his success as a 215-pound NJSIAA winner with 149 wins to his name.

In 2013 he finally graduated from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. He was not only a very good athlete, but also a very good student.

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Boyden gave up his sports career after graduation and got a job at Pro Tapes and Specialist. He also worked for the company in the sales and marketing department. His Linkedin profile shows he was still working for Pro Tapes and Specialist.

That said, “Jesse” was still the talk of the town when it came to trophies for the Rutgers wrestling team. Boyden’s old coach, Joe Lospinoso, said after hearing the sad news: “We are very sad. It shouldn’t end like this.”

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Jesse Boyden family and obituary

All over social media, people were writing nice things about Jesse Boyden’s life and death.

Current Scarlet Knights coach Scott Goodale couldn’t hold back tears as he wrote, “#RIP my man.” Goodale was the last person to work with Boyden on Boyden’s first recruiting course. In its prime, the class was the third best in the country. They even broke a record by winning 20 games in their debut season.

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Others have responded to the news in the same way. There are many tributes on Twitter and Facebook.

But Jesse’s family has yet to say anything about what’s going on. They are still trying to understand what happened and are very sad.

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