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More than 100 remember BGSU student

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They shared hugs, tears and stories as more than 100 people remembered Mark Borsz, 22.

The Bowling Green State University student collapsed and died while running Sunday night.

Bowling Green police confirm that officers found him lying near the intersection of Summit and Carr Avenue.

He was taken to Wood County Hospital and pronounced dead.

Investigators say his death is not suspicious.

Many describe him as infectious,  someone who was always willing to listen.

"He was just an all around good guy," Emily Skorupski, a friend said.

Mark was a senior 3D Art major.  Some of his work was on display at the courtyard candle light vigil.

"He was an amazing guy," friend Terrance Ray said. "He was really talented at his craft."

The 22 year old was also a Resident Advisor on campus who was known for getting everyone involved.

At this point, it's unclear what caused his death.

Still, those who knew him plan to keep his legacy alive forever at BGSU.

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