Marissa Rohan recently became the favorite "Los Angeles Dodgers ball girl" on social media after she tackled a fan who ran onto the stadium's field last weekend.

On Sunday, the college student earned the label of a hero after she saved the day at the Dodger Stadium, New York Post reported. 

After becoming a social media sensation, the 24-year-old updated her Instagram followers that she is now selling apparel with “Don’t mess with the ball girl” written on the front and her No. 93 on the back. She wrote on the platform, “Officially live with some merch!”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Last Sunday, a fan jumped the fence and ran across the pitch at the stadium. Even seven security guards, who were chasing him, couldn't stop him, reported The Sun. But right before he could escape to the safety of the stands, Rohan stepped in. She knocked off his balance as he approached the stands.

The fan then flipped over the barriers. The stewards pounced on him before being escorted away. Rohan's act made the crowd wildly cheer for her. Her heroic intervention was captured on camera and posted online.

After watching the viral video, many cheered for her. One Twitter user found it the "most exciting thing" to have happened in baseball. Another felt that whatever she is being paid, isn't enough. On Twitter user claimed to have witnessed the heroic moment at the stadium itself, and found it "awesome." Another tweeted that there were dozen security guards and all it took to take the man down was "bad a** ball girl." The user even said that she should be given a raise.

The "ball girl" is on cloud nine and has been reposting messages from others to her Instagram Story, according to Fox News. Seeing the lighter side of it, she joked that Sunday was a "rough day at work."

She shared a news story about her on Instagram and captioned it, "Yeah I am not going to stop talking about this lol."

The former gymnast and softball player is currently pursuing a degree in deaf studies at the California State University, and is a member of Alpha Phi sorority. She reportedly enjoys partying in Vegas, snowboarding and hitting the beach with friends.

Los Angeles Dodgers Albert Pujols #55 of the Los Angeles Dodgers hits a single against the Philadelphia Phillies in the first inning at Citizens Bank Park on August 12, 2021 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Photo by Cody Glenn/Getty Images