Tragedy has sadly struck college football.

West Texas A&M University freshman Aydin Hoffman was killed early Monday morning while on his Christmas Break in San Antonio, per Hoffman was 19.

According to police, officers responded to the 13900 block of O’Connor Road about 12:30 a.m. for a shooting. Hoffman tried to pull into a parking lot, but he crashed into a curb and barrier. He suffered a gunshot wound to his upper body area. Hoffman was transported to the hospital, but he unfortunately died from the injuries he had suffered from the shooting.

The official Madison High School — where Hoffman played his prep years — athletics Twitter account posted a message Monday morning that read: “Madison Athletics is deeply saddened with what has happened over night and this morning. Our hearts are with Aydin, his family, his friends and our community.”

West Texas A&M head coach Hunter Hughes also released a statement through the university.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Aydin Hoffman during this tragic time,” said head football coach Hunter Hughes. “Aydin was a leader on and off the field and was loved and respected by his teammates.”

An investigation into the shooting is already underway.