The Sarah Fuller era in college football is over.
The Georgia-Vanderbilt game got called off for a second time, which means Commodores senior kicker Sarah Fuller’s football career is likely over.
Monday night, Fuller took to Twitter to announce her short-lived but historic football career is probably ending.
“It looks like my time as a football player has come to an end. I would like to personally thank the entire Vanderbilt football team, coaches, and support staff for this amazing opportunity to be part of this program. I was accepted as an athlete and a true member of this team. This is an experience that I will never forget and cherish forever. Good luck to the seniors and staff who are moving on to new adventures. My best wishes to the team as this program moves forward and continues to grow.”
She will, however, be back for her soccer team’s NCAA tournament run, which the NCAA pushed back to the spring because of the global pandemic.
More via Yahoo Sports about Fuller’s future:
After that, Fuller plans to transfer to North Texas. She’s planning on playing two more years of soccer and has no designs to play football. She told Yahoo Sports recently that her passion remains in soccer, but she said that if North Texas ever needed her in a pinch, she’d gladly step up.
“We’ve watched with admiration and great respect how Sarah has handled herself in making history at Vanderbilt,” North Texas athletic director Wren Baker said by phone on Monday. “We look forward to welcoming her to the Mean Green family and helping her extend her platform. I know she’s a role model for lots of people in the country, particularly young female athletes.”