Family and friends grieve together Katie Meyer, the star goalkeeper and captain of the Stanford women’s soccer team, authorities revealed more information about her cause of death.

A spokesperson for the County of Santa Clara said the 22-year-old athlete died of self-inflicted injuries on Tuesday, March 1.

CelebHomes News received a statement from Meyer on March 3. “There is nothing to suggest foul play. Meyer’s death has been determined to be self inflicted.”

The County of Santa Clara is not releasing additional information about the case at this time, only adding that the medical examiner is still “investigating” her death. 

Meyer, a senior International Relations major and Resident Assistant originally from Newbury Park, Calif., was found dead in a campus residence on March 1, according to Stanford University. Her parents survive her. Steve MeyerAnd Gina MeyerAnd their sisters SienaAnd Samantha.

Stanford stated that Katie had been “extraordinaryly dedicated to everything” and was grateful for the support of everyone. Her friends described her as an extraordinary team player. She said that she was able to change her perspective about the world, the important challenges we face together and how to solve them.