Vanderbilt women’s soccer goalie Sarah Fuller made college football history on Saturday when she became the first female to not only appear in a Southeastern Conference football game, but the first between Power 5 schools when she kicked off to the start the second half of the Mizzou-Vandy game in Columbia, Missouri.

Fuller became the third woman to appear in a Division-I football game, but the first in this prolific of a game. The Power 5 Conferences are represented by the SEC, Big Ten, Big-12, Pac-12 and ACC. Fuller found out after returning from the SEC soccer championships that she would have an opportunity to kick due to COVID-19 restrictions on Vandy’s team.

Mizzou head coach Eli Drinkwitz said he spoke with her before the game and said that he had four daughters and that she was an inspiration.