TACOMA, Washington – The Puget Sound football team marched off of Peyton Field at Baker Stadium with the most Northwest Conference wins in program history. The Loggers beat Pacific, 38-20, in the 2015 season finale on Saturday. Puget Sound finishes the year with a 6-3 overall record, and its 5-2 conference mark is good for third place NWC.
Hans Fortune broke two single-season Puget Sound records during the win. The junior quarterback finished the season with 2,878 passing yards and 2,833 total yards, both of which surpass the previous records held by Duncan White (2010).
Fortune threw for 410 yards and five touchdowns against the Boxers (6-4, 4-3 NWC).
Brennan Schon totaled a career-best 253 receiving yards on six catches and two touchdowns during the win over Pacific. The junior finished 19 yards shy of Adam Kniffin's single game Puget Sound record.
The Boxers jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first six minutes of the game, but the Loggers remained poised. Fortune hit Schon for a 59-yard touchdown pass to put Puget Sound on the board. The Loggers tied the game early in the second quarter thanks to Bell's 14-yard touchdown grab. Pacific regained the lead, 20-14 (missed PAT), with a 32-yard touchdown pass by Warner Shaw, but the Loggers responded just one minute later.
Fortune connected with Schon for a 67-yard touchdown strike that gave Puget Sound a 21-20 edge entering halftime.
Sawyer Petre connected on a 36-yard field goal late in the third quarter, and Borngrebe caught his touchdown pass just three-and-a-half minutes later. Bell hauled in a five-yard touchdown pass early in the fourth quarter.
Puget Sound honored its 24 senior members playing in their final game for the Loggers, along with their family and friends, with a pregame ceremony.
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