Sarah Fuller is anticipated to proceed as Vanderbilt’s place-kicker on Saturday in opposition to Georgia.
Final weekend Fuller grew to become the primary lady to play for a Energy 5 group sport when she delivered the second-half kickoff in opposition to Missouri — a designed squib kick that was downed with out a return on the 35-yard line.
Fuller was beforehand a goalkeeper on Vanderbilt’s convention championship soccer group and was added to the roster simply days earlier than the sport.
Vanderbilt interim coach Todd Fitch informed reporters on Tuesday that Fuller is practising with the group and shall be on the journey roster.
Fitch stated that not one of the specialists who missed final weekend’s sport on account of COVID-19 protocols have returned to the group.
Fitch added that he’ll think about including to the kicking depth by evaluating gamers at different positions or bringing in somebody who is not at the moment on the group.
“She’ll be with us on the journey to Georgia and we will put the perfect folks on the market,” he stated. “If she’s our greatest possibility we’ll proceed along with her and we’ll do the perfect we will for the group.”
By kicking in opposition to Missouri, Fuller grew to become simply the third lady to take part in an FBS soccer sport, becoming a member of Katie Hnida of New Mexico and April Goss of Kent State.
On Monday, Fuller was named SEC Particular Groups Participant of the Week.