Deer Creek High School baseball player and Oklahoma State recruit Nathan Rogalski died Sunday from a sudden illness, OSU announced Sunday night.
Rogalski, a pitcher for the Antlers, was an OSU commit for the Class of 2023.
"We are heartbroken. Nate was a talented kid with a great personality — his excitement for life, his love for the game and his personal talents made him a special young man and we were excited about his future here at Oklahoma State," OSU baseball coach Josh Holliday said in a tweet.
"Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this most difficult time. Nate will always be part of our Cowboy baseball family."
A GoFundMe page was established in the Rogalski's name to help the family with medical expenses.
'He was a special kid all around': Deer Creek community mourns death of star athlete Nathan Rogalski
We are saddened to hear of the passing of Class of 2023 commitment Nate Rogalski. pic.twitter.com/dkMN8oqHI3
— OSU Cowboy Baseball (@OSUBaseball) January 24, 2022
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