Alcohol was in the house at the time of the incident, Flint said.
Results from toxicology tests for Fiege are pending and might take weeks to obtain. An autopsy will not be conducted, Meyer said.
“This is a tragedy that breaks every heart in the IU community,” Flint stated in a press release Saturday morning. “Our deepest sympathies go out to Rachael’s family and friends.”
Counselors are available for students, according to university spokesman Mark Land.
Staff writer Rachel Bunn contributed to this story.