A college freshman who went to high school in Westchester County was murdered in his college's dorm.

On Sunday, 19-year-old Joao Souza was fatally stabbed in Windham Hall at SUNY Binghamton.

Souza, a freshman at the college, graduated from Blind Brook High School in Westchester last year, reports ABC. He was a star soccer player in Westchester County.

“The entire campus mourns for him,” SUNY Binghamton President Harvey G. Stenger said in a letter. “Our sympathies go out to his friends and family, as well as to his classmates and peers.”

Police believe the murder wasn’t a random act, and that the engineering student was targeted.

Shortly after the murder, police released two photos of the suspect. The suspect was described as a light-skinned man wearing dark pants and a dark, Puma hooded sweatshirt over his head, gloves on his hands and white cloth covering his mouth.

Binghamton University Police

Late Monday, 20-year-old Michael M. Roque was identified as the suspect. The Binghamton University student was found and arrested for murder. Roque pleaded not guilty.

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