A college football team competing at the NAIA is now on the national map thanks to a 46-yard field goal from Nestor Higuera, a 5-foot-5, 285-pound kicker.

On Saturday, Arizona Christian University won the Sooner Athletic Conference championship thanks to the big leg of Higuera. With the game against Southwestern Assemblies of God University tied at 20-20, the sophomore drilled a 46-yard field goal attempt to lead the Firestorm to a conference title.

Higuera finished the day converting 2-of-3 extra point attempts and making 1-of-2 field goal tries. Obviously, he made the one that mattered the most. Below is the conference-clinching kick from Higuera:

So far this season, Higuera has made 7-of-10 field goal attempts, with Saturday’s 46-yard boot being the longest of the year. His previous long on the year was from 39 yards out. In 2019, Higuera’s longest converted attempt was from 49 yards deep.

He is also 37-of-38 on PAT tries this year.

Higuera has been a consistent kicker at Arizona Christian over the last two seasons. He’s converted 17-of-24 attempts while making 63-of-64 extra points.

Arizona Christian is 8-1 this season and is a perfect 5-0 in SAC play.