Former Auburn softball player Alyssia Palomino has passed away. Alyssia was reported to have died today August 10 2020. Her cause of death or what led to her demise is not yet known to us. Alyssia died unexpectedly at the age of 28.

The Auburn Softball confirmed the death Alyssia Palomino in a series of tweets made via their twitter handle.

In a series of tweets they announced that Alyssia has passed on. The tweets reads below..

It’s with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Alyssia Palomino.

Her efforts both on and off the field left a lasting impact. She was a friend to all. We will miss her infectious laugh and contagious personality.

Palomino started her Auburn career in 2011 after a MVP career in California where she played for Henry J. Kaiser High School and the Sunkist League. While at Auburn, she appeared as a relief pitcher in four games. The program expressed its love for her family, friends and teammates.

Following her time at Auburn, Palomino transferred first to Cypress Community College and then to Point University, an NAIA school in Georgia. While at Point during the 2014 and ’15 seasons, Palomino helped lead the team to thirty-nine wins.As a senior in 2015, Palomino recorded eleven wins in the circle and notched a 3.45 ERA. She registered a .331 batting average, with 31 hits, three home runs, and 22 RBIs to her credit at the plate.