TY Wells Motorcycle Accident

Reports are showing Ty Wells, a resident of Ripon, was involved in a motorcycle crash. No details have been released regarding the cause of the crash or any parties that were involved. As the investigation continues, more information will come to light. Read to know more…

Who was Ty Wells?

Ty Joseph Wells was born in December 1999 in Mountain View, Calif., to Joseph and Sandra Wells and has a sister named Jessica. An athlete who enjoyed playing cards, watching TV, and spending time with friends in his free time, Ty graduated high school with a GPA of over 4.0 after becoming the 2017 and 2018 MVP of his team. He won bronze medals in the 100 fly and breaststroke at CIF Sectional competitions, and he held school records in the 50 free, 200 and 400 free relays, as well as the 200 medley relay. After considering schools such as California Baptist, UOP, and Utah, Ty chose Arizona, naming it “the best all-around” and praising its great team culture and coaches.

Stephanie Wells Wrote,

Facebook family and friends please say a prayer for My Family and for my big brother Joe Wells and his family…I’m so lost 4 words .God give US strength. Love u Ty Wells …RIP nephew

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Honors and Awards

During the 2021–2022 season, I strived to swim my own personal bests in the Pac-12 Championships 50 Y breast (24.63), 100 Y breast (53.08), and 200 Y breast (1:58.87). Not only did these qualifications give me an NCAA B cut, but they also made me the fastest on my team in the 50 Y breast! Now, looking back at the prior seasons, it’s easy to see how much I’ve improved throughout my collegiate career. In 2020-21, I held my team’s third fastest time in the 100 breast with a time of 53.46 and an NCAA B cut qualification; in 2019-20, I swam a personal best at the Pac-12 Championships in both the 100 breast with a time of 53.27 and again for an NCAA B cut, as well as the 200 breast with 1:59.51; and finally, in 2018-19, I held the fourth-fastest Wildcat time in the 100 breast with a time of 53.

TY Wells Motorcycle Accident: What was his cause of Death?

This weekend, the community of Ripon, California, and the University of Arizona are both mourning the loss of TY Wells, a beloved alumnus and friendly neighbor. TY had been a long-time resident of Ripon, graduating from both the school district there and from the University of Arizona. Unfortunately, prospects for a bright future were suddenly silenced when he was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident whose full details have yet to be made public. All those who knew him are deeply grieving his loss, but are hopeful that his smile, rambunctious attitude, and vivacious spirit live on in others’ memories.

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Obituary and Funeral Arrangements

Although the exact details have not yet been released, it is with a heavy heart that we learn of the passing of Ty Wells. We can only hope to honor and remember Ty after their death by respecting their wishes and giving them the proper sendoff they deserve. The family has stated that arrangements, including an obituary and funeral service, are still in progress and will be provided at a later date. Our thoughts go out to those close to Ty during this difficult time as we await further details from the family.

Tributes to TY Wells

Barbara J Haney Wrote,

My heart and prayers go out to you and your family. I am so sorry for your loss. My heart just breaks for your family.

Jacki Auer Wrote,

My heart is broken, I am so sorry for the loss of this Beautiful man!! You will always be in our prayers and thoughts. Ty made a impact by who he was and it showed by how much he was loved.

Sharon Bamberg-Brown Wrote,

So sorry for your loss. Praying for Joe and your entire family. May God’s loving arms cover you all during this difficult time 🙏🏾❤️

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