BYU team doctor dies of heart attack

CANCUN, Mexico — A BYU team doctor died after having a heart attack while traveling with the women's gymnastics team in Mexico, the school reported. Dr. Matthew Roush died Jan. 8 from complications of a heart attack at the team's hotel, BYU stated in a release. He was in Cancun, where the Cougars were competing in the Cancun Classic. He was 41. His wife, Tiffany, was in Cancun and was at his side when he died.

Dr. Roush had been a team physician at BYU for the past year, returning to his alma mater. Also, he was director of the Utah Valley Sports Medicine Clinic in Provo. He was a team physician for Ball State University for 10 years before returning to Utah.