EVANSTON, Ill. -- Northwestern women's basketball player Jordan Hankins has been found dead in her room at the university.
The university said in a statement that Hankins' body was found Monday afternoon. The statement from spokesman Carsten Parmenter said there is no indication of foul play or "any danger or threat to other members of the Northwestern community."
The Cook County medical examiner's office says the examination is scheduled Tuesday and results would be available in the afternoon. Northwestern's scheduled game against Minnesota on Wednesday has been canceled.
Northwestern women's basketball coach Joe McKeown called Jordan, a sophomore, a "remarkably dynamic young woman," adding her death is a "devastating loss for our basketball family."
"She brought an unwavering intensity and commitment to everything in her life. We will miss her enormously," McKeown said in a statement.
Hankins was recruited out of Lawrence North High School in Indianapolis, where she received Indiana Basketball Coaches Association/Subway Underclass All-State Honorable Mention in both 2013 and 2014.
Hankins averaged 3.6 points in 11 games this season.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.