In Lake Forest College's 31-3 victory over St. Norbert College last Saturday, the Foresters recorded two single game records.
Sophomore Wide Receiver George Vidas caught 4 passes for 158 yards. His 39.5 yards per catch is a new school record, breaking the previous record of 27.8 yards per catch by Dan Carter '10 in 2006 vs. Monmouth College.
Senior Quarterback Mike Lewis etched his name in the Forester Football annals as well. His 16-22 for 299 yards and 3 TD's ranks as the highest single game QB Efficiency ranking in Forester history. The astounding 231.9 QBR ranking bested Lewis' former teammate Pete Scaffidi '13 and his 219.9 rating that he recorded against Cornell College in 2012.
Here is a Video of their first big pass of the day as Lewis connects with Vidas for a 78 yard touchdown: