Sarah Fuller Makes Power Five Conference History

Sarah Fuller made Power Five and Southeastern Conference history on Saturday, Nov. 28 after being the second woman to step out onto the field and play a game in the male dominated sport of college football.   The Vanderbilt University senior was selected to take the first opening kickoff of the second half of Saturday’s game against the University of Missouri after several players were ruled out due to Coronavirus related issues. Fuller has proven herself as the goalkeeper of Vanderbuilt’s championship soccer team, leading to her being selected to kick for the SEC Conference team.
“The fact that I can represent all the girls out there that have wanted to do this or thought about playing football or any sport really, and it encourages them to be able to step out and do something big like this, it’s awesome.”
Source: espn.com
 Despite Vanderbuilt’s 41-0 loss, Fuller remained positive and describes, “The fact that I can represent all the girls out there that have wanted to do this or thought about playing football or any sport really, and it encourages them to be able to step out and do something big like this, it’s awesome.” She hopes to continue traveling with the SEC team, and is set to travel to Athens, Georgia to have a possible second round on the field. Although this is not guaranteed, Vanderbilt interim coach Todd Fitch states that, “If she’s our best option we’ll continue with her and we’ll do the best we can for the team.” = Comment down below and visit the front page for more!

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