Former KU soccer player charged with molesting student

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A former goalkeeper for the University of Kansas soccer team has been charged with molesting a student while coaching and working as a teacher’s aide at a Seattle high school.

Court records show that 35-year-old Meghan Miller was charged last month with third-degree child molestation and two counts of first-degree sexual misconduct with a minor. She was placed on administrative leave from Ballard High School before her arrest.

Court records say Miller met the student in 2014 when the girl was 14 and going through a difficult period. Authorities say the relationship turned sexual when the girl turned 15. The records say they had sexual encounters in the school locker room and Miller’s office.

Miller graduated in 2004 from the University of Kansas, where she held several school records.

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