After becoming the first woman to ever play in a D1 HBCU football game last month, Jackson State University kicker Leilana Armenta is making history again as the first woman in HBCU football history to score points in a competitive game.

On Saturday, Armenta kicked three extra points in the Tigers’ 40-14 victory over Arkanasas-Pine Bluff. 

Armenta, who also plays soccer player at Jackson State, made history in the second quarter, “capping a touchdown drive that included a 25-yard Jacobian Morgan scoring pass to DJ Stevens with 5:35 remaining before halftime,” ESPN reports. 

“We did not know it was going to happen, and we are super excited. We all started yelling because we had no idea,” Brandy Armenta, Leilani’s mother, told The Clarion-Ledger. “My daughter had no idea she would be kicking in the game today. We are beyond ecstatic.”