Authorities Reveal Shocking Cause of Death For 22-Year-Old Stanford Soccer Star

Authorities Reveal Shocking Cause of Death For 22-Year-Old Stanford Soccer Star

We reported a couple of days ago on the tragic death of 22-year-old Standford soccer star Katie Meyer.

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At the time we didn’t know what happened to her. All we knew was that she was found dead on campus.

Here’s what we reported:

And now, we have another athlete’s death to report… this time in the U.S.

I don’t know what killed this young healthy American athlete by the name of Katie Meyer, but she was the team captain and goalie for the Standford Women’s Soccer Team.

She was found dead on campus.

The first thing many people online are asking is, “was she vaccinated?”

Well, I don’t know if that has anything to do with this young girl’s death – for all we know, she could have murdered – the facts just aren’t out yet.

Although the school said that there was no “threat” to anyone’s safety, so, that sounds like the cause of death was probably not a homicide.

But we don’t know what happened, it could be an accident, suicide, or possibly a medical condition.

It’s sad to say, but when I see a young person dying nowadays, my mind goes straight to “heart attack” or “suicide.”

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A very sad sign of the times.

And we now know how Katie died…

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I am sad to report it was suicide.

The Blaze reported that Stanford soccer goalkeeper Katie Meyer, who helped lead the school to victory in the 2019 NCAA College Cup championship, was found dead Tuesday at one of the university’s residence halls.

The County of Santa Clara Medical Examiner-Coroner released a statement Thursday determining the 22-year-old soccer star died by suicide.

“Katie was extraordinarily committed to everything and everyone in her world. Her friends describe her as a larger-than-life team player in all her pursuits,” Stanford University said in a statement. “Katie was a bright shining light for so many on the field and in our community. There are no words to express the emptiness that we feel at this moment.”

Katie’s parents, Gina and Steven Meyer, spoke out about their daughter’s death by suicide on the “Today” show on Friday.

Her family appeared on the Today Show to talk about her suicide, in hopes that they can help someone else out there who might be suffering.

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Watch:

Such a beautiful girl with her whole life ahead of her.

There have been so many young people committing suicide – people who you’d think had “everything” and the entire world at their fingertips.

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So many young people are struggling right now — these past two years of isolation and doom probably haven’t helped them.

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