Sam Meza Hopes To Leave Inspiring Legacy For Young Latinas
Posted Oct 10, 2022
Sam Meza, who is of Mexican descent, is a two-time All-ACC performer, all-region performer and member of the United States Under-23 Women's Youth National Soccer Team. While she is making her mark on the field at North Carolina and across the world, she hopes that she, too, can become an inspiration for the next generation of Hispanic girls.
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