Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin (center) speaks at a news conference in Roseburg, Oregon, Oct. 2, 2015. Reuters

The Douglas County Sherifff's Office identified the nine victims killed in the Umpqua Community College massacre Thursday morning, which injured nine others. The gunman, identified as Chris Harper Mercer, 26, was the 10th casualty of the mass shooting and died after an exchange of gunfire with police.

Included in the death toll was the professor of the class where the shooting reportedly started, Lawrence Levine, a 67-year-old English assisant professor. He graduated from the University of Oregon, according to what is believed to be his LinkedIn profile.

Other victims ranged in age from 18 to 59: Lucas Eibel, 18; Quinn Glen Cooper, 18; Lucero Alcaraz, 19; Kim Saltmarsh Dietz, 59, all of Roseburg; Jason Dale Johnson, 33, of Winston; Sarena Dawn Moore, 44, of Myrtle Creek; Treven Taylor Anspach, 20, of Sutherlin; and Rebecka Ann Carnes, 18, of Myrtle Creek.

Law enforcement read remarks from the Eibel family remembering their son at the Friday afternoon press conference. "He was an amazing soccer player and he graduated Rosenberg High School with outstanding remarks."

Funeral information for the victims was not released Friday.

Friends and family took to social media to remember Anspach, a 2014 Sutherlin High School graduate:

"Treven was an awesome athlete, smart kid, and an amazing person. We all love you," tweeted one friend.