Vanderbilt could flip to goalkeeper Sarah Fuller to fill in as kicker vs. Missouri
Vanderbilt could flip to a girls’s soccer participant to fill the kicker place for Saturday’s sport.
Sarah Fuller practiced with the Commodores’ soccer workforce and might be an possibility for the sport towards Missouri over the weekend, coach Derek Mason stated Wednesday.
“She’s actually good with a soccer ball, she appears to be fairly good with a soccer so we’ll see,” Mason informed reporters. “We’re holding all choices open proper now, and we’ll get an opportunity to see what she does on Saturday if given the chance.”
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Vanderbilt is ready to play Mizzou on Saturday at midday if all issues go properly. A handful of SEC video games have been postponed this season due to optimistic coronavirus checks. Mason stated that gamers on particular groups have been experiencing diseases however he didn’t say whether or not any have examined optimistic for COVID-19.
Fuller, a goalkeeper, would exchange Pierson Cookie and Wes Farley. Cooke is 3-for-7 this yr and Farley is the backup. Mason stated he reached out to soccer coach Darren Ambrose about seeing whether or not Fuller would have an interest. Fuller started kicking for the soccer workforce Tuesday.
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“I simply needed to see how sturdy her leg was, and I can let you know she’s received a powerful leg,” Mason stated. “We’ll see what that yields. I imply when it comes to distances, I am not into speaking about that. I received one other like day after day to go in there and consider precisely the place she sits. … She appears to be a reasonably good possibility.”
If Fuller does seem for Vanderbilt on Saturday, she can be the primary lady to take action for a Energy 5 Convention faculty.
She began 9 of Vanderbilt’s 12 video games in the course of the season, recording three shutouts and 7 wins. She had an 0.97 goals-against common.
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April Gross was the final feminine to play in a university soccer sport. She kicked an additional level for Kent State within the first half in September 2015.
The Related Press contributed to this report.