Sarah Fuller made huge waves around the country last year when she became the first to play in a Power Five football game after kicking off for Vanderbilt in its game against Missouri.
The team had zero wins for a reason, which is why she never got the chance to attempt a field goal that day.
That would change in the next game as she nailed two different extra points in the game against the Tennessee Vols to make even more history.
Vandy never gave her a chance to kick an actual field goals after stalled drives, and we may know why after footage surfaced this week showing the Vanderbilt women’s soccer goalie hitting a long-snapper square in the back with a football after kicking it.
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Despite that, she will always be remembered for what she did on the field as her jersey has a home in the College Football Hall of Fame.
“Congrats Sarah and thank you for entrusting us with the safe keeping of this rich piece of history!” said a tweet from the hall.