Noah Berger Car Accident – On Saturday evening, Noah Berger, a freshman player for the Lindenwood men’s lacrosse team, was walking back to his residence hall when he was struck by a vehicle. As a consequence of the tragedy, Berger, a defenseman hailing from Centennial in Minnesota, has sustained a traumatic brain injury.
This season, Berger has appeared in eight of Lindenwood’s 10 games, scoring his first goal of his career in a victory over Queens (North Carolina) on March 29. The game was a 15-6 Lindenwood victory. On Saturday, when Lindenwood was defeated by Jacksonville 15-5 at Hunter Stadium, Berger did not participate in the game.
Last year at Centennial High School, lacrosse player Noah Berger was named to the All-American team. This year, he was attending Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri, to compete in NCAA Division I lacrosse. This season, he was able to fulfill one of his lifelong goals by trying out for the Lions as a freshman. It was just a month ago when he scored his first goal.
The game versus Jacksonville University, which was ranked #14, took place on Saturday afternoon while his parents were in town. After the game, it took a few hours for Noah’s dream to develop into a nightmare. While crossing the street, Noah was struck by a car. His mother stated that she had an uneasy sensation before discovering through the use of an app tracker that her son’s phone was not moving.
Noah Berger GoFundMe
Jennifer Mitcho is organizing a GoFundMe fundraiser on behalf of Denise Berger to assist with the medical bills of Noah Berger. According to the page, they are making a request to the community of loved ones for assistance in raising money for Noah and his family in order to help alleviate some of the financial pressures that they are experiencing. During this challenging time, we are grateful for any and all contributions. Jim and Denise are overwhelmed with appreciation for all of the love, kindness, and support they have received.
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