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Philip Lutzenkirchen, aged 23, Auburn University great Tight End #43 & Ian Davis, U of Georgia athlete killed in wreck ejection

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May he rest in peace, and his memory be blessed.

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UPDATE: Friday, 08August2014

Philip Lutzenkirchen Autopsy: Blood Alcohol Content 0.377

AUBURN, Ala. — Former Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen died in a wreck early Sunday morning outside of LaGrange, Ga.

He was 23.

Lutzenkirchen’s fatal accident occurred in Troup County, just southeast of LaGrange, at approximately 3:06 a.m. Sunday morning, according to Master Trooper B.N. Talley of the Georgia State Patrol, who responded to the scene.

“It happened at the intersection of Upper Big Springs Road and Lower Big Springs Road,” Talley said. “The vehicle was a 2006 Chevy Tahoe and the driver missed a stop sign at the intersection of those two roads, which is more or less a ‘T-intersection.’ They traveled through the intersection off into a churchyard. They were out of control for about 450 feet.”

General area of crash, killing Auburn University football great Philip Lutzenkirchen'

General area of crash, where Auburn University football great Philip Lutzenkirchen was killed

Specific location crash site

Specific location crash site

Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen (43) spins a football during Auburn's first Spring practice of the 2012 season, Friday March 23, 2012 in Auburn, Ala. (AP Photo/The Birmingham News, Hal Yeager)

Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen (43) spins a football during Auburn’s first Spring practice of the 2012 season, Friday March 23, 2012 in Auburn, Ala.
(AP Photo/The Birmingham News, Hal Yeager)

Auburn H-Back Philip Lutzenkirchen (43) stretches with teammates before the Chick-fil-A Bowl game in the Georgia Dome Saturday night in Atlanta, Ga., December 31, 2011. Lutzenkirchen is a native of Marietta, graduating from Lassiter High School. AJC photo by Jason Getz

Auburn H-Back Philip Lutzenkirchen (43) stretches with teammates before the Chick-fil-A Bowl game in the Georgia Dome Saturday night in Atlanta, Ga., December 31, 2011. Lutzenkirchen is a native of Marietta, graduating from Lassiter High School.
AJC photo by Jason Getz

At that point, Talley said, the vehicle overturned, ejecting three of the four passengers.

“Philip was one of them,” Talley said,” and he was killed at the scene.”

The driver of the vehicle, Joseph Davis, was also killed.

Lutzenkirchen, who was seated behind Davis, was not wearing his seat belt. Talley said they “are still looking into” how fast the vehicle was traveling when it ran through the stop sign.

Updates to come.

http://www.ledger-enquirer.com/2014/06/29/3177530/breaking-former-auburn-tight-end.html?sp=/99/210/

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Auburn great Philip Lutzenkirchen killed in car accident

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on June 29, 2014 at 12:09 PM, updated June 29, 2014 at 12:51 PM

Former Auburn star Philip Lutzenkirchen has died in a car accident Sunday morning, AL.com has confirmed.

According to the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, the accident occurred at 3:06 a.m. in Troup County outside of LaGrange, Ga.

“The vehicle was a 2006 Chevy Tahoe and the driver missed a stop sign at the intersection of those two roads, which is more or less a ‘T-intersection,'” said Master Trooper B.N. Talley of the Georgia State Patrol. “They traveled through the intersection off into a churchyard. They were out of control for about 450 feet.”

According to Talley, the vehicle then overturned and ejected three of the four passengers, including Lutzenkirchen, who was killed at the scene.

The 23-year-old from Marietta, Ga., was one of the most popular Auburn players in recent history. He ranks first in touchdowns by a tight end in school history with 14 from 2009 to 2012.

Lutzenkirchen saw his collegiate career end after suffering a major hip injury against Ole Miss in 2012. He signed a free agent contract with the St. Louis in April 2013, but was released four months later due to the lingering injury that eventually required surgery.After hanging up the cleats, Lutzenkirchen had been working at a wealth management company in Montgomery and volunteering with the football team at St. James School in Montgomery. St. James head coach Jimmy Perry confirmed the news of his death with AL.com.

Several of Lutzenkirchen’s coaches, teammates and fans have shared their condolences after hearing the news.

http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2014/06/auburn_great_philip_lutzenkirc.html

UPDATE:

AUBURN, Ala. — Former Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen died in a wreck early Sunday morning outside of LaGrange, Ga.

He was 23.

Lutzenkirchen’s fatal accident occurred in Troup County, just southeast of LaGrange, at approximately 3:06 a.m. Sunday morning, according to Master Trooper B.N. Talley of the Georgia State Patrol, who responded to the scene.

“It happened at the intersection of Upper Big Springs Road and Lower Big Springs Road,” Talley said. “The vehicle was a 2006 Chevy Tahoe and the driver missed a stop sign at the intersection of those two roads, which is more or less a ‘T-intersection.’ They traveled through the intersection off into a churchyard. They were out of control for about 450 feet.”

At that point, Talley said, the vehicle overturned, ejecting three of the four passengers.

“Philip was one of them,” Talley said,” and he was killed at the scene.”

The driver of the vehicle, Joseph Davis, was also killed.

Lutzenkirchen, who was seated behind Davis, was not wearing his seat belt. Talley said they “are still looking into” how fast the vehicle was traveling when it ran through the stop sign.

One of the most popular Auburn players in recent history, Lutzenkirchen caught 59 passes for 628 yards and 14 touchdowns from 2009-12. His 14 touchdowns are the most in school history for a tight end, while his seven scores in 2011 set a single-season school record for the position.

Updates to come.

Philip Lutzenkirchen, who had a brief stint in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams, was killed early Sunday morning in a one-car crash. He was 23. Photo by Seth Perlman/AP

Philip Lutzenkirchen, who had a brief stint in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams, was killed early Sunday morning in a one-car crash. He was 23.
Photo by Seth Perlman/AP

Below is the official police report, first obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Troup County Fatal Crash

The Georgia State Patrol in LaGrange was called to investigate a one-vehicle crash this morning in Troup County that resulted in two fatalities and two injuries. The crash occurred around 3:05 a.m. at the intersection of Upper Big Springs Road and Lower Big Springs Road, just south of LaGrange.

A 2006 Chevrolet Tahoe was traveling on Upper Big Springs Road and failed to stop at a stop sign at the intersection of Lower Big Springs Road. The vehicle traveled approximately 451 feet out of control through a church yard and overturned several times before coming to rest on its roof.

Killed in the crash were:

Driver: Joseph Ian Davis, age 22, from Atlanta….partially ejected Back seat passenger: Philip Lutzenkirchen, 23, from Marietta…ejected.

Injured were:

Back seat passenger: Elizabeth Ann Seaton Craig, age 22, from Eatonton, GA….ejected and taken to West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange; Front seat passenger: Christian Tanner Case, age 20, from Dadeville, AL…..restrained, and treated and released from West Georgia Medical.

Blood was drawn from the driver to determine if alcohol impairment was a contributing factor.

Former Auburn, Georgia athletes killed in car crash

Updated: 3:16 p.m. Sunday, June 29, 2014 | Posted: 1:50 p.m. Sunday, June 29, 2014

By Rosalind BentleyMichael Carvell and Chip Towers

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Two former college athletes — Auburn’s Philip Lutzenkirchen and Georgia’s Ian Davis — were killed in a car crash near LaGrange early Sunday.

According to the Georgia State Patrol, the one-vehicle accident happened at the intersection of Upper Big Springs Road and Lower Big Springs Road, just south of LaGrange, around 3 a.m.

A 2006 Chevrolet Tahoe driven by 22-year-old Joseph Ian Davis, 22, of Atlanta, failed to stop at the stop sign, the GSP said. The vehicle traveled approximately 451 feet out of control through a church yard and overturned several times before coming to rest on its roof. Davis was partially ejected and killed. Lutzenkirchen, 23, of Marietta, was ejected and killed.

Two others were injured, the GSP said. Back seat passenger Elizabeth Ann Seaton Craig, 22, of Eatonton, was transported to West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. Front seat passenger Christian Tanner Case, 20, from Dadeville, Ala., was treated and released from West Georgia Medical.

Blood was drawn from the driver to determine if alcohol impairment was a contributing factor, authorities said.

Auburn Head Coach Gus Malzahn issued a statement in the wake of the accident saying: “On the field, Philip was a great player and competitor, but more importantly, he was a great teammate and friend off the field. My thoughts and prayers are with Philip’s parents, Mike and Mary, and all of his family and friends who are grieving his passing. This is a sad day for the entire Auburn family.”

Auburn Athletic Director Jay Jacobs, echoed those thoughts in his own statement calling Lutzenkirchen, “the epitome of an Auburn man. I came to know Philip well and I admired everything about who he was and the way he lived his life,” Jacobs said in the statement. “He had a strong faith, a big heart and a burning desire to help others. Philip was a bright light this world desperately needed, and his death leaves a void that can’t possibly be filled.”

Lutzenkirchen, a tight end, was one of the state’s top college prospects out of Lassiter High School in Cobb County in 2009 when he signed with Auburn. While at Lassiter, the 6-foot-5 Lutzenkirchen caught 72 passes for 1,000 yards, and was named the No. 6 tight end by ESPN.com and was named to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Super Southern 100. At Auburn he went on to rank first in the number of touchdown catches by a tight end: 14, still the school record.

Lassiter High’s @LassiterSports account tweeted: Trojan Nation mourns the death of our beloved Phillip @lutzenkirchen. Our deepest sympathies to his family and others.

Lutzenkirchen was a teammate and close friend of Georgia quarterback Hutson Mason from their days at Lassiter High School in Marietta. He went on to star at Auburn and was member of the Tigers’ 2010 national championship team.

Davis, a junior at UGA, was a catcher who transferred to Georgia from USC-Sumter Junior College this past fall with the hopes of making the Bulldogs’ 2014 roster. He did not make team but remained close to the players and coaches. An honor roll student, he was set to graduate and his baseball career was over.

Scott Stricklin, head baseball coach, tweeted: “Heartbroken to hear that Ian Davis has passed away. Just a great kid that had so much ahead of him. Thoughts and prayers go out to his family.”

—Please return for updates.

Staff writer Taylor West and Angel K. Brooks contributed to this report.

http://www.ajc.com/news/news/former-auburn-and-lassiter-football-star-dies-in-c/ngWNC/ 

Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen hugs Auburn Gus Malzahn after the game as Auburn defeats Virginia 43-24 in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl at the Georgia Dome Saturday December 31, 2011 in Atlanta, GA (Birmingham News, Hal Yeager)

Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen hugs Auburn Gus Malzahn after the game as Auburn defeats Virginia 43-24 in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl at the Georgia Dome Saturday December 31, 2011 in Atlanta, GA
(Birmingham News, Hal Yeager)

Former Auburn star Philip Lutzenkirchen died in a single-car accident early Sunday morning, AL.com has confirmed.

The wreck occurred at approximately 3:05 a.m. in Troup County outside of LaGrange, Ga., at the intersection of Upper Big Springs Road and Lower Big Springs Road.

The vehicle, a 2006 Chevy Tahoe, failed to stop at an intersection and traveled approximately 451 feet out of control through a church yard, overturning several times before coming to a stop in its roof, according to the police report.

Lutzenkirchen was ejected from the vehicle and killed at the scene.

The driver, 22-year-old University of Georgia baseball player Joseph Ian Davis, also died in the crash after being partially ejected. Blood has been drawn to determine if alcohol was a contributing factor.

The other two passengers, 22-year-old Elizabeth Ann Seton Craig of Eatonton, Ga., and 20-year-old Christian Tanner Case of Dadeville, Ala., were both taken to West Georgia Health Systems in LaGrange for treatment. Craig was ejected, while Case was restrained and has been released.

The 23-year-old Lutzenkirchen, a Marietta, Ga. native, was one of the most popular Auburn players in recent history. He ranks first in touchdowns by a tight end in school history with 14 from 2009 to 2012.

Lutzenkirchen saw his collegiate career end after suffering a major hip injury against Ole Miss in 2012. He signed a free agent contract with the St. Louis in April 2013, but was released four months later due to the lingering injury that eventually required surgery.

After hanging up the cleats, Lutzenkirchen had been working at a wealth management company in Montgomery and volunteering with the football team at St. James School in Montgomery.

Auburn media relations and St. James head coach Jimmy Perry both confirmed the news of his death with AL.com.

Several of Lutzenkirchen’s coaches, teammates and fans have shared their condolences after hearing the news.

Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen hugs Auburn Gus Malzahn after the game as Auburn defeats Virginia 43-24 in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl at the Georgia Dome Saturday December 31, 2011 in Atlanta, Ga. (Birmingham News, Hal Yeager)

“I’m deeply saddened by the untimely passing of Philip Lutzenkirchen,” said Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn in a statement. “He was a great young man who touched the lives of everyone he knew in a positive way. On the field, Philip was a great player and competitor, but more importantly, he was a great teammate and friend off the field. My thoughts and prayers are with Philip’s parents, Mike and Mary, and all of his family and friends who are grieving his passing.

“This is a sad day for the entire Auburn family. I find peace knowing that even though Philip was taken from us too soon, that he lived his life to the fullest, leaving a lifetime of great memories for his family and friends to cherish forever.”

Auburn athletics director Jay Jacobs also released a statement.

“Philip’s death is a devastating tragedy for his family, the Auburn family and his countless friends,” he said. “Today is also a profoundly sad day for the Auburn Athletics family, who loved and respected Philip not only as a great player but more importantly as a friend and the epitome of an Auburn man. I came to know Philip well and I admired everything about who he was and the way he lived his life. He had a strong faith, a big heart and a burning desire to help others.

“Philip was a bright light this world desperately needed, and his death leaves a void that can’t possibly be filled. My prayers, my thoughts and my heart go out to his wonderful parents, Mike and Mary, their entire family and his many grieving friends.”

UGA baseball player Ian Davis killed in car accident with former Auburn star Philip Lutzenkirchen

The news was first reported by the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer.

University of Georgia baseball catcher Joseph Ian Davis, friend of Philip Lutzenkirchen, driver of the 2006 Chevrolet Tahoe who ran a stop sign, was partially ejected & killed

University of Georgia baseball catcher Joseph Ian Davis-LEFT, friend of Philip Lutzenkirchen-RIGHT,
Davis was the driver of the 2006 Chevrolet Tahoe who ran a stop sign, was partially ejected & killed. The wreck is under investigation, and blood samples were taken for toxicology analysis to determine if alcohol or drug impairment was involved.

“It happened at the intersection of Upper Big Springs Road and Lower Big Springs Road,” Master Trooper B.N. Talley of the Georgia State Patrol said. “The vehicle was a 2006 Chevy Tahoe and the driver missed a stop sign at the intersection of those two roads, which is more or less a ‘T-intersection.’ They traveled through the intersection off into a churchyard. They were out of control for about 450 feet.”

Davis, who as a JUCO transfer to Georgia’s Baseball team from USC Sumter, was reportedly a passenger in the car with Lutzenkirchen. The accident killed both students as well as driver Joseph Davis. A fourth passenger was also ejected from the car but no further details have been reported on his condition.

Georgia head baseball coach Scott Stricklin expressed his sadness at the news of Davis’ death.

Lutzenkirchen gained fame during Auburn’s 2010 National Championship run as one of quarterback Cam Newton‘s favorite targets, as well as for performing his popular end zone celebration dance, the Lutzie.

All of us at DawnOfTheDawg send our most heartfelt prayers to the families of all involved in this terrible tragedy, and we offer our best to the Auburn family who has lost one of their greatest members.

Here’s to a true Damn Good Dawg and War Damn Eagle.

http://dawnofthedawg.com/2014/06/29/uga-baseball-player-ian-davis-killed-car-accident-former-auburn-star-philip-lutzenkirchen/

Excerpts of Lutzenkirchen’s Auburn Tight End plays

Philip Lutzenkirchen’s Incredible Play (Lassiter High School in Marietta, Georgia)

Philip Lutzenkirchen (right) with Auburn commit Jalen Harris last Tuesday.

Philip Lutzenkirchen (right) with Auburn commit Jalen Harris last Tuesday.

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Ex-Auburn football player Philip Lutzenkirchen killed in one-car crash in Georgia

Authorities said Lutzenkirchen, 23, was ejected from a 2006 Chevrolet Tahoe when it overturned several times near LaGrange early Sunday morning. He was a passenger in the vehicle.

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Sunday, June 29, 2014, 3:36 PM

LAGRANGE, Ga. (AP) — Former Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen, a fan favorite who played on the 2010 national championship team, has died in a one-car crash in Georgia, state police said.

Authorities said Lutzenkirchen, 23, was ejected from a 2006 Chevrolet Tahoe when it overturned several times near LaGrange early Sunday morning. He was a passenger in the vehicle.

Auburn coach Gus Malzahn called Lutzenkirchen “a great player and competitor” and “a great teammate and friend off the field.”

“This is a sad day for the entire Auburn family,” Malzahn said Sunday in a statement. “I find peace knowing that even though Philip was taken from us too soon, that he lived his life to the fullest, leaving a lifetime of great memories for his family and friends to cherish forever.”

Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs said Lutzenkirchen’s death was “a devastating tragedy for his family, the Auburn family and his countless friends.”

“He had a strong faith, a big heart and a burning desire to help others,” Jacobs said. “Philip was a bright light this world desperately needed, and his death leaves a void that can’t possibly be filled.”

Driver Joseph Ian Davis, 22, was partially ejected from the vehicle and was also killed, investigators said. Authorities said blood was drawn from Davis to determine whether alcohol was a factor in the crash.

Troopers said 22-year-old Elizabeth Craig of Eatonton, Georgia and 20-year-old Christian Case of Dadeville, Alabama were injured.

Lutzenkirchen set school records for a tight end with 14 career touchdown catches and seven during the 2011 season. He scored the winning touchdown against Alabama to preserve the national title run in 2010, performing an end zone dance later nicknamed “The Lutzie.”

His Auburn career ended early when he opted to undergo hip surgery late in his senior season in 2012.

Lutzenkirchen signed as a free agent with the St. Louis Rams but was waived in August 2013. He was a volunteer assistant coach at Saint James School in Montgomery, Alabama who was working at a wealth management company.

Auburn players and coaches posted tributes to Lutzenkirchen on Twitter.

“The Auburn Family is broken today with the loss of a great Auburn man and friend (Philip) Lutzenkirchen,” offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee wrote. “Crushed and without words.”

Lutzenkirchen’s Auburn teammate Kodi Burns posted: “Lutz was a brother to me and my other brothers. I loved him. And I will miss him. One of the greatest men I will ever know. RIP love you man.”

Lutzenkirchen was a graduate of Lassiter High School in Marietta, Georgia.

http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/college/ex-auburn-football-player-killed-one-car-crash-article-1.1848654

Auburn great Lutzenkirchen dies in accident

He was 23.

According to the Columbus (Ga.) Ledger-Enquirer, “Lutzenkirchen’s fatal accident occurred in Troup County, just southeast of LaGrange, at approximately 3:06 a.m. Sunday morning, according to Master Trooper B.N. Talley of the Georgia State Patrol, who responded to the scene.”

“I’m deeply saddened by the untimely passing of Philip Lutzenkirchen,” Auburn coach Gus Malzahn said in a statement. “He was a great young man who touched the lives of everyone he knew in a positive way. On the field, Philip was a great player and competitor, but more importantly, he was a great teammate and friend off the field. My thoughts and prayers are with Philip’s parents, Mike and Mary, and all of his family and friends who are grieving his passing. This is a sad day for the entire Auburn family. I find peace knowing that even though Philip was taken from us too soon, that he lived his life to the fullest, leaving a lifetime of great memories for his family and friends to cherish forever.”

Lutzenkirchen caught 59 passes for 628 yards and 14 touchdowns at Auburn.

Before that, he was a standout at Lassiter High, just north of Atlanta.

Lutzenkirchen’s Auburn career ended after sustaining a hip injury against Ole Miss in 2012. The following year, he signed a free agent contract with the Rams, but was released four months later due to the same injury.

“Philip’s death is a devastating tragedy for his family, the Auburn family and his countless friends,” Auburn athletics director Jay Jacobs said. “Today is also a profoundly sad day for the Auburn Athletics family, who loved and respected Philip not only as a great player but more importantly as a friend and the epitome of an Auburn man. I came to know Philip well and I admired everything about who he was and the way he lived his life. He had a strong faith, a big heart and a burning desire to help others. Philip was a bright light this world desperately needed, and his death leaves a void that can’t possibly be filled. My prayers, my thoughts and my heart go out to his wonderful parents, Mike and Mary, their entire family and his many grieving friends.”

Philip Lutzenkirchen – TE – Auburn

“I’m saddened to learn of the passing of Philip Lutzenkirchen,” Rams GM Les Snead said in a statement. “During his brief time with the Rams, Philip was a consummate pro. On behalf of the St. Louis Rams organization, we would like to send our condolences to his family. As an Auburn alum myself and with Coach Fisher’s ties to the university through his son Trent and daughter Tara, we join the Tigers in grieving this tragic loss.”

This spring, Lutzenkirchen worked as a volunteer assistant at St. James in Montgomery. There, he was position coach of Jalen Harris, a tight end who committed to Auburn last Tuesday.

The son of Mike and Mary Lutzenkirchen, Lutzenkirchen owned the distinction of having the most letters in his first and last name combined (19) than any other Auburn football player in school history.

But he also had a great game to go along with his catchy name.

At a senior at Lassiter, Lutzenkirchen caught 72 passes for 1,000 yards and seven touchdowns and was a Class 5A All-State selection as a senior by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

For the 2010 unbeaten Auburn championship squad, Lutzenkirchen appeared in 13 games with five starts and made 15 catches for 185 yards and five touchdowns (third on the team).

A year later, he was a second-team All-SEC pick by the Associated Press. That season, he was third on the team in receptions (24) and receiving yards (238), while leading the Tigers with seven touchdown catches — the latter of which tied for third nationally by a tight end.

“Philip Lutzenkirchen was what every parent aspires their son to be,” former Auburn coach Gene Chizik said. “He was compassionate, determined, honorable and full of love, integrity and respect. In 27 years of coaching, I have come across what I would consider to be a few ‘rare’ young men. Phillip was certainly one of those ‘rare’ ones. He truly lived his life for other people and always found time to give to others. His family values taught him to be a great friend and teammate of everyone he came in contact with. My deepest sympathy is extended to his parents Mike and Mary, his sisters, and all of his extended family. We should all begin by honoring his life because he lived a life worthy of that. In his 23 short years, he has certainly left an impactful legacy to everyone he touched. I will miss him deeply.”

Lutzenkirchen’s toughness, focus, tenacity, perseverance and love for all things Auburn made him among the most popular players of his generation.

Harris, who celebrated his commitment to Auburn last Tuesday with Lutzenkirchen in attendance, took to twitter to express his grief — a sadness shared by many.

Current Auburn players and commits also commented on the tragic news. One of them was Tiger defensive end Carl Lawson, who like Lutzenkirchen is from north of Atlanta.

http://georgia.247sports.com/Article/Auburn-great-Philip-Lutzenkirchen-dies-in-accident-29383453

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