Women’s football captain dies in Stanford University residence

Women’s football captain dies in Stanford University residence

Katie MeyerCaptain and Guardian of the Stanford University Women’s Team; The body was found in one of the campus residences.

The first message released to the university community last Monday was the release of a “tragic story” about the death of a university student at a campus residence. However, in order to respect the privacy of the family members, they did not share the identity and cause of death.

Finally, an updated statement was issued yesterday, revealing the identity of the deceased: Katie Meyer, a senior student of International Relations, majoring in History. More details about the situation are not yet available.

“Katie was extremely busy with everything and everyone in her world. “Her passion has led her to the cardinal program for women’s soccer and women’s sports in general,” said Susie Brubeck-Cole, vice president of student affairs and Bernard Moore, director of athletics.

The letter also mentions Meyer’s contribution to college, winning the NCAA Women’s Football Championship for the third time in 2019 with two penalty shootout saves and “which he will always be remembered for.”

after death 22 years oldAmerican Football Federation He expressed his condolences on Twitter.

The thoughts and hearts of the entire United States Football Federation are with Katie Meyer’s family, friends, teammates and loved ones. https://t.co/xSuCQJPk1P

– American football (@ussoccer) March 2, 2022

Source: La Neta Neta

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