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High C
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Stanford women's soccer captain Katie Meyer dies at 22

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Katie Meyer, the goalkeeper and captain of the Stanford women's soccer team, has died, the university announced. Meyer was 22 years old.

Her death occurred in an on-campus residence, according to the university, but a cause of death was not provided.

A senior studying international relations and history, Meyer made two key saves in a penalty shootout to help Stanford win the national championship in 2019.


Terrible thing to lose such a promising person at only 22. Condolences to her family.


sacrathetic
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but a cause of death was not provided


we all know


High C
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we all know


Are you implying foul play? Overdose?


UltimateHog
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Considering there are multiple soccer players preaching mental health over it, it was definitely suicide.

RIP.
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Roaad
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My money is on fentanyl


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632627
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Are you implying foul play? Overdose?


Probably implying a certain vaccine that’s been a hot topic in the news recently….


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Dawgsontop34
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sacrathetic


Sorry that’s your response. Praying for you.


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SCLibertarian
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Pretty girl. RIP.



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CBP3110
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Suicide probably


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High C
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As a person who’s dealt with my own mental health issues, this breaks my heart. People who say, “How could she do that? She had so much going for her,” simply don’t understand.


805tiger
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I live in the same county where she grew up and a lot of my cousins friends knew her and played club/high school soccer with her, so my social media is full of tributes. May she rest in peace!


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Keys Open Doors
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I can’t understand it myself. However there was a freshman or sophomore at UPenn who ran track, had a 3.5 GPA, from a really supportive family, very pretty girl. Seemed to have everything going for her and so much talent.

But she jumped off the parking garage and killed herself a few years ago. She viewed herself as a colossal failure.

If that’s being a failure, I don’t even know where to begin.

Something I really don’t understand but feel terrible for the victims and their loved ones.


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She viewed herself as a colossal failure.
fwiw in these cases its not uncommon for these people to simply not be able to process their emotions and feelings and that they truly dont...feel when they accomplish things

Then, as they accomplish more and more things that we would view as good, they get more depressed as they continue to simply not feel

Its tragic
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TheWalrus
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Even though I’d never heard of her, this hits me hard as I struggle with severe suicidal thoughts.


NIH
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The MSB is here for you, mate. We’ll fly you out to Vegas for a weekend on the town with Goldennugget if need be.


SportsGuyNOLA
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we all know


COVID?


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SteelerBravesDawg
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but a cause of death was not provided



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we all know



Oh Jesus. Another brain mushed Politard coming over here and spreading his brain dead musings while a family mourns the death of their daughter and a soccer team mourns a teammate where mental illness again rears its ugly head.


Go back to the Poliboard w/the other brainless fricks and take your conspiracies w/you. And while you're at it GFY.
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fwiw in these cases its not uncommon for these people to simply not be able to process their emotions and feelings and that they truly dont...feel when they accomplish things


I've witnessed this first hand as one of my childhood friends had committed suicide 7-8 years back.

Accomplished, great academically throughout school up into college. Played well in sports. Well liked. Loving and supportive family.

Failed a course in graduate school and spiraled.

Personally, I think having some kind of early age adversity is important. It teaches people better coping mechanisms, but it also teaches them those moments aren't the end all be all to their lives.

He


SteelerBravesDawg
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RIP.



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VABuckeye
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We’ll fly you out to Vegas for a weekend on the town with Goldennugget if need be.


Jesus. If anything will bring on suicidal thoughts, that will.

RIP young lady. Lay your demons to rest.


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