Former USF women's basketball point guard Neena Pacholke died on Aug. 27, her sister said on Instagram.

The 27-year-old has been a Wisconsin morning anchor for News 9.

Kaitlynn wrote on Aug. 29: "I'm speechless." How do people describe their worst day?

Kaitlynn said, "On August 27, my life crashed in a way I never believed imaginable. My baby sister is gone.

"Wausau Police Department Officers were summoned to a home on Wausau's southeast side Saturday," he stated.

Officers entered the home after getting no answer and found Pacholke dead.

The police don't suspect foul play and are still investigating.

No cause of death has been established by police.

Kaitlynn said on social media that her sister's death is a "living nightmare"

"My heart is torn into a million pieces," she remarked. "One day I'll write. I'm grateful she's no longer in suffering."

"I adore you beyond comprehension. Best friend: Everything, "saying, "Sorry I couldn't help. You're awesome."

The Bulls are grieved by the sudden death of Neena Pacholke.