Gabbie Jonas Omaha succumbs to death after an injury during a game. Gabbie Jonas Omaha passed away on 5th March after 2 days of observation. She was rushed to the hospital after she felt some pain and was diagnosed with a ruptured spleen.
Gabbie and her life before the accident
Gabbie Jonas Omaha was a 24-year-old student at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, who died on Saturday, March 5th. She is from Fremont, Nebraska, and played on the school’s softball team. Jonas was a freshman and a third baseman on the Drake softball team, which also included teammate Casey McMillen of Omaha. The two were classmates in an honors program, known as ONYX.
Both were sophomores on Drake’s campus-based softball team, which occasionally competes against out-of-state schools like Louisiana Tech and Southwest Missouri State University (Missouri).
Gabbie was known to be an outgoing person and a good friend to everyone she knew. She loved everything about being a baseball player, baseball players, and softball players in particular because she loved everything about the game itself. “She loved playing ball,” said classmate and close friend Clarke Hastings. “She never hesitated to throw the ball through any hoop it might be or hit down any line.
What actually caused Gabbie’s injury?
She suffered a ruptured spleen and was rushed to the hospital and put on life support two days before she passed away. Gabbie passed away in his sleep that night. The cause of death is unclear as doctors are still investigating how Gabbie received an injury that lead to his death. However, many speculate that the way she injured himself playing softball played a role in his demise by causing her to rupture his spleen which ultimately contributed to his passing. Was it softball or was it a tragic accident?
A spokesperson for the university said that she died at a local hospital after suffering apparent injuries that are thought to be accidental in nature. The cause of her death is still under investigation.
Gabbie was a student at Drake University and played on the school’s softball team. Gabbie was also a member of the Iowa Softball Association which is considered a semi-pro league. Her position in the Iowa Softball Association included playing catcher and first base. She played in 23 games and had a batting average of .355 with seven home runs, 14 RBIs, 22 runs scored, and five stolen bases. In the classroom, she was an honor roll student with an average of 93 percent attendance. she also had plans to attend Drake’s School of Law after graduating from Drake University. She was a member of the Muslim Student Association and attended Sunday school at Faith Christian Church. She was also very active in youth sports, coaching his younger years with the Boys & Girls Club of Des Moines. Gabbie had a bright future ahead of her, but sadly this future will never be.