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Tuskegee Sophomore WR Reginald Summage shot and killed trying to break up a fight at an off-campus party

Tuskegee wide receiver Reginald Summage was shot and killed trying to break up a fight at an off-campus party. Please pray for his family.

Reginald Summage was a Sophomore wide receiver at Tuskegee Univerity where he majored in construction science management. The honor roll student and upcoming star at the HBCU school was a native of Montgomery, Alabama.

Friday night, March 18th, just before Midnight, Tuskegee officers responded to a shooting call with injuries at Washington Plaza, located along W Martin Luther King Highway. The 20-year old Tuskegee University student was found in the parking lot, where Summage later died, according to

Summage was reportedly trying to break up a fight at an off-campus party when he was shot and killed.

The school posted this statement:

“Our thoughts and prayers are with Reginald’s family and friends,” said President Dr. Charlotte P. Morris. “Losing such a young and talented member of our Golden Tiger family to a senseless act of violence is always tough. We extend our deepest condolences and support to all who loved him at this incredibly difficult time.”

Please pray for the family of Summage. Please keep them all lifted up.

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