Aidan Kaminska College lacrosse player from Long Island has passed away. There is speculation regarding Aidan Kaminska, who was a young student at the University of Massachusetts who was an Amherst lacrosse player from Long Island. The teenager passed away Monday.
Who was Aidan Kaminska?
Aidan Kaminska was born in Port Jefferson, and the community expressed their sadness at his unexpected death. His death news has been confirmed by an obituary notice from his university. However, nobody has confirmed the cause of his death.
Kaminska was studying communications in college, and apart from that, he was a member of the Minutemen lacrosse team at UMass Amherst.
What was the cause of his death?
There is no information available concerning the death of a young athlete. As per his obituary, the teen was known for “his infectious smile” and his skill as a “tremendous athlete.”
“The district was informed of the sudden passing of one of our alumni from the Class of 2020, Aidan Kaminska. Our thoughts and prayers are with the former student’s friends, family, and loved ones during this difficult time. I offer my deepest and most sincere condolences to the family, staff, and friends who suffered this great loss.”
Kaminska established a Long Island record for completions in a high school football game in 2019 during his school days. Kaminska is hailed from a big family, including his siblings, his parents, and his grandparents, who will miss him for the rest of their life.
Kaminska, a native of Port Jefferson, New Jersey, did not play for UMass in 2021; however, he appeared in 6 games and won nine goals in 2022. Kaminska ended up scoring three goals on six shots against Towson in the CAA tournament.
Kaminska enjoyed playing with animals and being a nature lover, and he would love to go out in nature for walks as much as he could. He would cook food for his joint family, and he was a pro at it. His parents stated that he “loved to be goofy and make people laugh.”
“Aidan had many friends and was an inspiration to many,” according to his obituary. “He will be sorely missed.”
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