NASHVILLE, Tenn.--A goalkeeper with Vanderbilt University's women's soccer team could become the first woman to play in a Power 5 FBS NCAA Division I game on Saturday.
First reported by the Vanderbilt Hustler -the university's official newspaper, goalkeeper Sarah Fuller has reportedly practiced with the school's football team as the team faces a shortage of players due to COVID-19 quarantines.
According to the report, head coach Derek Mason stated Fuller is an option to kick for the Commodores when they take on the Missouri Tigers. The head coach appeared on Nashville's 102.5 The Game on Wednesday, confirming the report, stating "she's a champ...a completed competitor. She's an option for us."
Mason also confirmed Fuller went through a walkthrough with the team on Tuesday.
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