SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Todd Mortensen threw four touchdown passes and
Evan Harney broke a pair of his own school records to lead San
Diego to its fifth straight victory, a 35-14 win over Wagner on
San Diego (7-4), which has won six of seven games, has outscored
opponents 308-126 during the seven-game stretch.
Mortensen completed 26 of 42 passes for 310 yards with two
interceptions as he threw touchdowns to four different receivers.
One of the TD passes was a 7-yarder to Harney, who broke his own
single-season school record as he scored his 18th rushing touchdown
on a 1-yard run to open the scoring. He also broke his record for
rushing attempts (303).
Harney, who is already the Toreros' career leader in rushing
yards, rushing touchdowns and total touchdowns, ran for 111 yards
on 27 carries.
Mortensen's also tossed TD passes of 3 yards to Dustin Owen, 50
yards to Nick Garton and 30 yards to Matt Koller.
Wagner (6-5) tied the game at 7-7 midway through the second
quarter on a 6-yard TD pass from John Sciarra to Shaun Grover.
The Seahawks got to within 21-14 on Sciarra's 4-yard run with 39
seconds left in the first half, but had just 67 yards of offense in
the second half.
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