Vanderbilt women's soccer player to be active at kicker vs. Missouri
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Vanderbilt soccer goalkeeper Sarah Fuller will be active as the Commodores' place-kicker Saturday against Missouri, the school announced.

If Fuller takes the field against the Tigers, she will become the first woman to play in an SEC football game.

"(Monday) I decided I was just going to take in the win and take in the soccer aspect," Fuller said. “(Tuesday) it's like, now let's get into the football stuff. It hits me every now and then. I'm like, 'Whoa, this is all happening.'"

The football team invited Fuller to join after COVID-19 protocols sidelined several players from Vanderbilt's special teams unit.

The 0-7 Commodores have two games left on their schedule this season.

Earlier in November, Vanderbilt's women's soccer team won its first SEC championship since 1994.

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