Soccer leads West Virginia keeper to career in solving crimes
Let's get this out of the way. Yes, West Virginia senior goalkeeper Ashley Neal is a forensic science major. Yes, Neal spent her summer doing a 10-week internship in forensic psychiatry, learning the ins and outs of how to analyze cases and consult with attorneys. And yes, she even spent some time as a visitor in a correctional facility, wondering what questions to ask the murder suspect sitting across the table."The last week before I left work, I went in with [my supervisor], and we interviewed our first murder case," Neal recalled, an almost embarrassed giddiness still accompanying the words. "I was interviewing the suspect. To me, that was really cool."
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