Georgia Bulldogs staff member Chandler LeCroy was killed in a car crash in Athens, along with the offensive lineman of the team, Devin Willock, early Sunday.

LeCroy, 24, who was driving the SUV died after an ambulance took her to a nearby hospital. 

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Who was Chandler LeCroy?

Chandler LeCroy was a recruiting analyst for the Georgia football team and a UGA grad.

In her “About” section of her LinkedIn profile, she wrote: “From a Leadership Graduate of Toccoa-Stephens County to a Double-Dawg graduate of Masters in Sport Management and Policy at the University of Georgia, my reliable organizational skills and strategic way of solving an array of problems are the two most obvious characteristics that justify my claim to be a motivated student who demonstrates a strong work ethic. I am searching for an opportunity that will provide me a platform to advocate for those who feel as if their voice gets lost in the crowd. I not only want to do things right, but to also find a position that will lead me to the right thing.”

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LeCroy was a leadership graduate of Stephens County High in Toccoa and a ‘Double Dawg,’ with a bachelor’s degree in sports management and a master’s degree in sport management and policy at UGA. 

In a statement released by Georgia athletic director Josh Brooks, he spoke of both Chandler LeCroy and Willock and what they meant to the school.

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“The entire Georgia family is devastated by the tragic loss of football student-athlete Devin Willock and football staff member Chandler LeCroy. Devin and Chandler were two special people who meant so much to the University of Georgia, our football program, and our athletic department. We ask that everyone keep their families in your prayers during this very difficult time,” he said.