Death of Syracuse University student found in hotel room remains mystery

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NEW YORK (AP/PIX11) — Medical examiners say they'll need more tests to determine what caused the death of a Syracuse University athlete found dead in a Manhattan hotel room.

An autopsy of Sabrina Cammock was conducted Sunday, but medical examiners' spokeswoman Julie Bolcer says further studies are to be done.

Sabrina Cammock, 21, was found dead Saturday inside her hotel room at the Edison Hotel. (Photo: Facebook)

Sabrina Cammock, 21, was found dead Saturday inside her hotel room at the Edison Hotel. (Photo: Facebook)

The 21-year-old Cammock was found around 9:20 a.m. Saturday in a room at the Hotel Edison in Times Square. Police say there were no signs of criminality.

According to the New York Daily News, the college student was sharing the room with friends when she died. The group had been out earlier celebrating.

Raised in Queens, Cammock was a senior at Syracuse University where she was studying public health at Syracuse's David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics. She was a member of the Women’s Track and Field team. Syracuse University head coach Chris Fox released a statement Saturday saying ,“Sabrina was a wonderful and remarkable person and student athlete. Our team and coaching staff are devastated by her loss. All of our thoughts are with Sabrina’s family and friends.”