On Wednesday, Armenta announced on X, formerly known as Twitter, that she will be stepping away from soccer to be a full-time kicker for the 2022 SWAC champs.
"It has been a dream to play Division 1 football and playing for Coach T.C. Taylor has been a blessing," Armenta said in a statement.
The new place kicker for the Tigers made history this season by becoming the first woman to score in an FCS HBCU game. She went 3-for-3 on extra-point attempts in a 40-14 win against the Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions.
Armenta, a freshman soccer player, was added to the Tigers' football roster after their kicker and punter were injured. A soccer teammate recommended Armenta to Taylor for the kicker position, according to CNN.