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Penn State University starting goaltender Connor Darcey was one of two killed in a rollover automobile accident early Friday, according to WCVB in Boston.
Darcey, a graduate of Wellesley High School (MA), occurred at around 2:45 a.m. in Boston’s North End when a BMW convertible collided with at least one other car and rolled over, ejecting the three occupants.
The other fatality is reportedly an unidentified 27-year-old man.
Police believe speed was a factor in the crash, the report said.
Darcey, a redshirt sophomore this past season, was an All-Big Ten Tournament honoree. He played logging 845:54 of Penn State’s 847:49 minutes in goal for the season, finishing with a .553 save percentage.
He was a two-time All-American and four-year starter at Wellesley.
Darcey is survived by his parents, William and Penny, and brother, Will and Teddy.
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