River Falls, Wisc. (WXOW)— UW-La Crosse was looking to stay in the playoff hunt taking on UW-River Falls in a WIAC matchup.
This game was a track meet, both offenses moved up and down the field with ease. The two teams scored a total of 112 points.
UW-L came out on top thanks to Evan Lewandowski’s arm. He threw for a WIAC single-game record 591 yards and tied an NCAA DIII single-game record with 9 touchdowns.
Cameron Sorenson also set a school record with 297 yards receiving previously held by Nick Holcomb who had 263 yards vs. Ripon in 2017.
Eagles top Falcons 63-49.