It looked uncertain for a second, but it got the job done.
Over the weekend, Kent State University kicker April Goss became just the second woman in college football history to score in a game when she kicked an extra point.
It was the first time a female scored in a college game since Katie Hnida accomplished the same feat in 2003 for the University of New Mexico.
April Goss of @KentStFootball becomes 2nd female ever to score in FBS game! pic.twitter.com/gNeBUa9Zdw — Kent State Athletics (@KentStAthletics) September 12, 2015
That fact and the significance of the moment was not lost on Goss' teammates, who immediately carried her off the field.
Kent State kicker April Goss makes history http://t.co/rZYPoZ3fsq (@twithersAP) pic.twitter.com/5wQUGXVt3n — AP Top 25 (@AP_Top25) September 13, 2015
Although Goss, a fourth-year player on the team, expressed her disappointment in the manner of her kick, she still took pride in the great moment.
She told the AP,
I was a little disappointed I didn't make a better kick. I was sure it was going right, but it did go through. I'll probably beat myself up for that for a little while, but it was awesome.
It definitely was.