Kent State's April Goss Kicks Her Way Into College Football History

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In case you missed it, KSU kicker April Goss made history this weekend when she scored for her team by kicking an extra point in the first half of the Kent State/Delaware State match-up on Saturday. She is now the second female kicker in college football history to make such a play behind New Mexico's Katie Hnida who scored during a game in 2003.

Kent State Athletics tweeted out a clip of the historic kick after Saturday's 45-13 win:



Congrats, April!

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