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Ally Sidloski: What You Need To Know About Her!

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The University of Cincinnati yesterday in an official statement released through their website announced the death of Ally Sidloski.

According to information from authorities, Ali Sidloski, a Strongsville High School alumna, lost her life on Saturday afternoon on East Fork Lake in Batavia Township, she was drowned to death.

Ohio Department of Natural Resources spokesperson, Stephanie O’Grady, said her body pulled from the Batavia Township lake.

Crews who arrived at the scene of the incident recovered her lifeless body just after 1 a.m.

The ODNR is still investigating the incident and will update the public as soon as more information is gathered.

From the brief information we gathered from the social media, Aly Sidloski was a four-year member of the Gobearcats varsity soccer team who played the first three years before an injury sidelined her senior campaign.

Who Is Ally Sidloski?

Addy Sidloski competed for a pair of club sides, including Cleveland FC (2010-17) and Ambassadors FC (2017-18), with Cleveland FC, her team captured seven Ohio state championships in a row (2011-17).

Ally Sidloski made two-match appearances in 2019 which was the final two of the seasons.

She made her collegiate debut in a scoreless home draw with ECU, logging 40 minutes on the day, Ally also logged 10 minutes against SMU in the opening round of the AAC Tournament.

She earned Academic All-AAC honours following that season.

Ally sidoski was a four-year member of the varsity soccer team, playing the first three years before an injury sidelined her senior campaign.

She made a three-time All-Greater Cleveland Conference selection, including the first team as a junior.

Allyson Sidoski helped the team to a pair of district championships where her team finished 18-1-1 junior season, going undefeated in the regular season and sharing the conference crown, also competed for a pair of club sides, including Cleveland FC (2010-17) and Ambassadors FC (2017-18) with Cleveland FC, her team captured seven Ohio state championships in a row (2011-17).

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