Sarah Fuller makes more history with first points for a woman in Power 5 college football conference

VIDEO SHOWS: STILL PHOTO HIGHLIGHTS OF VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY KICKER SARAH FULLER PLAYING IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAME AGAINST UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE

SHOWS: NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, UNITED STATES (DECEMBER 12, 2020) (VANDERBILT ATHLETICS - MUST COURTESY 'VANDERBILT ATHLETICS')

1. VARIOUS STILL PHOTOS OF VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY KICKER SARAH FULLER (#32) KICKING EXTRA POINT IN NCAA FOOTBALL GAME AGAINST UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE TO BECOME FIRST WOMAN TO SCORE A POINT IN POWER 5 COLLEGE FOOTBALL CONFERENCE

2. VARIOUS STILL PHOTOS OF TEAMMATES CONGRATULATING FULLER AFTER MAKING EXTRA POINT

STORY: Vanderbilt University kicker Sarah Fuller continued making sporting history Saturday (December 12) when she became the first woman to score points in a Power 5 conference college football game.

Fuller got her moment after Vanderbilt scored a touchdown in the first quarter and she came on to successfully kick the extra point that evened the game with the University of Tennessee at 7-7.

The 21-year-old scored another extra point midway through the fourth quarter but Vanderbilt would go on to lose the game 41-14.

Fuller became the first woman to play in top flight college football two weeks ago after several team members were put in quarantine due to COVID-19 but Vanderbilt failed to score in that game, losing 41-0.

No woman had appeared in an SEC game or the Power 5, a group of college football's largest conferences. Liz Heaston in 1997 became the first woman to play and score in a college football game when she kicked two extra points in Willamette University's 27-0 win over Linfield College.

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