Sarah Fuller had a message for everyone after making college football history at Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt K Sarah Fuller — a goalkeeper from the women’s soccer team brought over for Saturday’s game against Mizzou — made history, becoming the first woman to appear in a Power 5 game.
No, the Commodores didn’t have a good day, losing 41-0 to the Tigers, but Fuller still made history, handling the opening kickoff of the second half. She executed a solid squib kick, though Mizzou still fell on the ball to make sure it retained possession.
After the game, Fuller was interviewed by the SEC Network crew. She sent a message of hope to girls (and everyone else) everywhere:
“I just want to tell all the girls out there that you can do anything you set your mind to.” – Sarah Fuller pic.twitter.com/e0Fcjl5Yh4
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 28, 2020
“I just want to tell all the girls out there that you can do anything you set your mind to,” she said during the interview.
Will she play again for the Commodores next week against Georgia? Coach Derek Mason said that will be up to her:
Will Sarah kick in the next game? Mason said. "That’s really of her choosing. If she wants to kicks and she’s available we’d love to have her."
— Alex Scarborough (@AlexS_ESPN) November 28, 2020
We’ll see if she gets more time on the field in that game, should she choose to play.