范德比尔特射手莎拉·富勒(Sarah Fuller)成为第一个在五强大学橄榄球比赛中得分的女子

Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller has made history on the college football field again. 这次,这位大四成为了在五强大学比赛中得分的第一位女性.

Fuller successfully kicked two extra points for Vanderbilt during its game on Saturday against the University of Tennessee at Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville, 田纳西州.
在第一季度, Fuller kicked an extra point after a Commodore touchdown to tie the game at 7-7. Her teammates gave her high-fives and celebrated her historic kick as she walked off the field to cheers from fans. Center judge Chris Garner gave Fuller the history-making ball, ESPN报道.
Later in the game, Fuller scored again when she added another extra point. Tennessee won the game 42-17.
    After the game, Fuller attributed her success to wearing lucky socks.
    “老实说, it was the Harry Potter socks,” 她发了推文.
    Fuller, the goalkeeper for Vanderbilt’s conference champion women’s soccer team, was appearing in her second game for the Commodores football team. Her opportunity came because many of Vanderbilt’s specialists are in quarantine due to Covid-19, according to the school and ESPN.
    first made history on November 28 when she became the first woman to play in a Power Five conference game and the first woman to officially take the field during a football game in a Southeastern Conference matchup.
    The Power Five is made up of the SEC, 大西洋海岸会议, Big Ten Conference, 大 12 Conference and Pac-12 Conference.
    After that game, Fuller told CNN she was inundated with calls of support from friends, family and even professional athletes like US Women’s National Team soccer player Carli Lloyd and NFL quarterback Russell Wilson.
    I just had a few days to learn how to do this,” Fuller said.
    “首先, there wasn’t a lot of pressureI was just proud I was able to step out there and do that and represent female athletes.
    To encourage other young women, Fuller wears the messagePlay Like A Girlon the back of her helmet, according to Vanderbilt.
      根据 to the NCAA, two other kickers had previously made history by being the first two women to score points in a college football game. 在 1997, Liz Heaston, playing for Williamette in the National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics, successfully kicked two extra-points for her team. 在 2001, Ashley Martin kicked three extra points for Jacksonville State to become the the first woman to score during a Division I college football game.
      Two other women have also played in Football Bowl Subdivision contests, Vanderbilt says. Katie Hnida did it first when she kicked two extra points for the University of New Mexico against Texas State in 2003. Then came April Goss, who kicked an extra point for Kent State during their 2015 game against Delaware State.

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