Sarah Fuller wrote another page of history by becoming the first woman to register for scoring in an NCAA football game involving one of the top five varsity associations in the United States.
Fuller pulled off the feat on Saturday when he landed a conversion punt that saw his team, the Vanderbilt University Commodores, level the score 7-7 ahead of the University of Tennessee Volunteers.
The 21-year-old American rose to prominence by becoming the first woman to participate in an NCAA Power 5 football game on November 28.
She then kicked off the second half in a game between Vanderbilt University and the University of Missouri.
A goaltender for her college women’s soccer team, Fuller was called in by the soccer team when several players, including the two kickers, were quarantined due to COVID-19 risks .