Ex-Stanford goalie’s parents sue school for wrongful death

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The family of Katie Meyer, the Stanford goaltender who committed suicide earlier this year, is suing Stanford University and other university officials, making allegations of wrongful death, intentional infliction of emotional distress and six other charges.

Meyer, the former college soccer team captain and 2019 state champion, died in March 2022. She was 22 years old. Now her family has filed a lawsuit alleging that Stanford’s handling of a disciplinary proceeding involving Meyer led to her death, directly alleging that “the actions leading up to it [her] The death began and ended at Stanford University,” the lawsuit states sports illustrated.


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