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Former College athlete Clement Leutcheu dies at the age of 25

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Clement Leutcheu, a former athlete, and player for the College of St. Benilde Blazers has died at the age of 25.

The 6’7 center played for St. Benilde for the Blazers from 2016 until 2019 until foreign student-athletes were no longer allowed in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA.).

According to The Benildean, the colleges publication, Leutcheu passed away due to cardiac arrest.

The team announced Leutcheu’s tragic passing on their facebook page, saying

“It is with great sorrow that we are announcing the demise of Clement Leutcheu who passed away this morning…We would like to ask for prayers for the eternal repose of his soul. You will be remembered dear friend.”

Among the tributes for Leutcheu posted on social media, Blazers consultant and former PBA coach Siot Tanquingcen wrote:

“I am grateful to have crossed paths with you, Clement. Thank you for your friendship. May your soul rest in peace.”

CSB head coach Tyler Tang wrote on Instagram:

“What a sad day. We will miss you my friend. May your soul rest in peace.”

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