The University of Richmond is mourning the deaths of two women's basketball officials.
The sister of associate head coach Ginny Doyle confirmed to the Washington Post in a telephone interview that the 44-year-old coach was among the three reportedly dead from a hot air balloon tragedy.
The director of basketball operations, Natalie Lewis, was also reportedly in the hot air balloon that went down outside of Richmond, Virginia.
Their balloon caught fire and crashed after hitting a power line.
The university postponed basketball games on Saturday and Sunday.