Vanderbilt University football player Sarah Fuller made history again on Saturday becoming the first woman to score a point in a Power 5 football game.
Fuller kicked an extra point toward the end of the first quarter, NBC News reported, tying the game against Tennessee at 7-7.
Vanderbilt Football tweeted a video of the kick on Saturday with the caption, “History has been made at Vanderbilt Stadium!”
Fuller can be seen celebrating along with her teammates after the game, with her family cheering for her.
Following her point, an official reportedly gave her the scoring ball, according to The Associated Press.
Fuller made history on Nov. 28 when she became the first woman to play in a Power 5 game, delivering the kickoff against the Missouri Tigers. Before that, she was the first woman to suit up for an SEC football game.
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