Katie Meyer (born January 2000) was an American soccer player. She was born in Burbank, California, and grew up in Newbury Park, California, with her parents Steven and Gina Meyer.
Katie Meyer – Wiki, Bio, Age, Soccer, Death, Career, Net Worth
Meyer was a middle child with older sibling Samantha, and younger sibling Siena. In 2015, she was featured in the Soccer Superstar reality show on Nickelodeon.
She played as a goalkeeper for Stanford University’s Stanford Cardinal women’s soccer team. Meyer had not shared her relationship status. She preferred to keep her relationship and personal life private and away from the public. We shall update this section as soon as information about her partner is revealed to the public.
Meyer stood at an average height of 5 feet 9 inches making her the favorite for taking the position of a goalkeeper.
Meyer’s most significant moment was in 2019, when she guided Stanford in reaching the NCAA women’s soccer championship final. Stanford and North Carolina were deadlocked at 0-0 at the end of regular and both extra time. In the penalty shootout, she made two crucial saves to help Stanford win its third NCAA women’s soccer title.
Katie Meyer Death Cause
Stanford University star soccer player was found dead in her dorm room in Crothers Hall, a residential housing building on the Stanford campus, on March 1, 2022.
Meyer was found dead in a campus residence on March 1. The coroner’s office determined on Thursday that the death was suicide.
Meyer’s parents revealed on the Today show last week that their daughter faced a potential disciplinary action at Stanford. Questions remain whether the University’s final email to Meyer about the disciplinary action, played a role in her suicide.
In an emotional interview, the parents of Stanford soccer captain Katie Meyer, who died by suicide this week, said potential disciplinary action from the university might have “triggered something.”