A student at Bowling Green State University died on Sunday, March 7, 2021, after an alleged hazing incident that involved alcohol, and his family is looking for answers.
Stone Foltz, 20, was hospitalized on March 4, 2021, after alleged hazing activity involving alcohol consumption at a Pi Kappa Alpha event. He was rushed to ProMedica Toledo Hospital where he remained in critical condition for three days before his death.
He was given a “copius amount of alcohol,” at this off-campus event. Fraternity members dropped Foltz off at his apartment later at night. His roommates called 911 early the next morning, and Foltz was rushed to the hospital, where he later died.
One of the pledge’s roommate stated:
“We have to drink a handle of any alcohol that our big gives us. We have to finish the whole thing in the time we’re there before we leave.”
A handle of alcohol is equal to about 40 shots.
A GoFundMe page has been launched in Foltz’s memory by his family, with proceeds going to others in need.