Mia Ferguson Obituary, Death – Mia Ferguson has sadly passed away. She enrolled in West Virginia University, the University of Oregon, and the University of Victoria after graduating from St. Francis Xavier High School. She recently received her LLB from the University of York Law School in the UK.
Mia received a bronze medal for academic excellence at York University in addition to acclaim for her persuasive and negotiating abilities. She put forth a lot of effort to have Student Legal Services treated equally to other legal assistance programs, and she represented her class at the Law Society. She had a few weeks left before completing her articles and becoming a member of the Alberta bar. Mia regularly occupies her time. Despite having a petite 5’1 frame, she attempted every sport and was frequently quite successful.
When Mia was eight years old and won the provincial U11 diving championship, she first fell in love with soccer. Mia earned a number of titles and individual honors with athletes she loved from the West Edmonton Raiders to the Drillers, the Sherwood Park Rangers, Phoenix, and Calgary Blizzard, the Alberta provincial team, and the national training program.
She later participated in soccer while receiving a full scholarship for the Victoria Vikes, West Virginia Mountaineers, and Oregon Ducks. After graduating from college, Mia and her buddy Emma were determined to pursue their dream of becoming professional athletes in Europe. Prior to securing a deal with KoldingQ in Denmark and playing a season together, they took part in trials for teams in Norway. The two immediately adopted Danish culture, picking up some of the languages and adopting the idea of “hygge,” which is defined as spending some time unwinding and enjoying friends.
As well as taking part in all the incredible outdoor activities Iceland has to offer, such as swimming in the chilly North Atlantic and then unwinding in a thermal hot spring, Mia loved playing soccer there. Mia enjoys nothing more than guiding young teams to win in each of her professional contracts. With every team she has played on, Mia formed close relationships with the players that spanned continents. She was exactly the type of teammate and person you would expect.