Lucas Panzika | 11 hours ago
Vanderbilt women’s soccer player Sarah Fuller is now the first woman ever to be in charge of the SEC football team and could make further history if she is invited to kick for the Commodores against Missouri on Saturday.
It is clear that Fuller has already established itself as part of the team, earning a nickname from Wendy’s head coach Derek Mason.
“Derek Mason calls her ‘Champion’, leaving the SEC football title. She did everything that was required of her in practice. “@Taylorbethdavis will be on the sidelines Saturday when @VandyFootball approaches Sarah Fuller, who could become the first woman to play in a P5 game.
̵1; Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) November 27, 2020
Vanderbilt’s women’s soccer team has been in the SEC title since the start of the season, so Mason can hope that part of that winning attitude will get rid of the rest of his team, who are 0-7 for the season.
Even if Fuller doesn’t come out on the field on Saturday, it’s a remarkable achievement.