WEEK before her shocking death, soccer star Katie Meyer revealed a secret she had kept for over two years.
On February 9, the 22-year-old announced that she would be starting a weekly talk show called Be The Mentality, a project she had been cherishing for a long time.
“NO MORE SECRETS!” read the article accompanied by a photo of Meyer.
“I have been sitting with this account for over two years waiting for the right time to start doing what I want: sharing some meaningful people, conversations and challenges with anyone who will listen. .
“TALKSHOW IS HAPPENING”
Meyer also shared the show’s news about her Twitter account.
“FRIENDS I was so excited to finally start my show,” she wrote.
“We’ll talk about life, sports, college, all the good stuff.”
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Stanford University announced the captain’s sudden death in a statement to the campus community.
“Katie has been particularly committed to everything and everyone in her world,” Stanford Deputy Director of Student Affairs Susie Brubaker-Cole and athletic director Bernard Muir said in a statement.
“Her friends describe her as a bigger-than-life player in all her pursuits, from choosing a major which she says ‘changed my view of the world and very important challenges we need to overcome together’ to the passion she brings to CardinalK’s women’s soccer program and women’s sports in general.
“Katie is a shining light to so many people on the field and in our community.”
The statement continued: “Please join us in sending our deepest condolences to her parents and sisters.
“We also extend our sincerest condolences to Katie’s friends, schoolmates, classmates, teammates, instructors and coaches.”
Stanford said the young star was found dead at her campus mansion; However, cause of death was not provided.
The Stanford women’s soccer team tweeted a photo of Meyer with a simple message: “We love you, Katie. ❤️.”
The 22-year-old is one of Cardinal’s best players, helping the team win the NCAA women’s soccer championship in 2019.
Described as “fiercely competitive,” Meyer made two saves in the championship game against North Carolina both from penalties.
A Burbank, California native, Meyer was a senior at the university where she majored in international relations, and studied history.
“Katie is an outstanding student-athlete and a beloved, passionate leader at Stanford,” Muir wrote in a separate statement Wednesday.
“Our entire athletics community is heartbroken and Katie will be deeply missed.”
Meyer is survived by her parents, Steven and Gina Meyer, and her two older sisters Samantha and Siena.
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https://www.the-sun.com/sport/4809788/katie-meyer-secret-talk-show-instagram/ Katie Meyer says she’ll have ‘no more secrets’ as Stanford soccer star makes talkshow debut just days before her death