NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - Nashville's Metro Council recognized Vanderbilt placekicker Sarah Fuller during Tuesday night's meeting. 

The Commodores soccer keeper turned football placekicker was the subject of a council resolution that recognized her as the first female player to play and score in a Power Five college football game. 

Fuller made history when she suited up for the 'Dores during their game against Missouri on November 28. 

On Saturday, Fuller became the first female to score in a Power 5 game when she kicked two extra points against Tennessee. 

Saturday's game became the last for Fuller after Vanderbilt announced their upcoming game against Georgia would be cancelled due to COVID-19. 

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