DELAND, Fla. -- Colin McGovern threw three touchdown passes to Donald Parham, Jareem Westcott rushed for three more scores and Stetson took a school-record setting 63-28 victory over NAIA member Waldorf 63-21 on Saturday night.
The Hatters (2-0) also set modern program records with nine touchdowns and 570 yards of offense. Stetson reinstated football in 2013 after a 57-year absence.
Parham, who had 165 yards receiving on five catches, and Westcott also tied program records with their three scores each. Matt Taft rushed for 128 yards and a score while McGovern was 10-of-13 passing for 208 yards.
Parham caught a slant over the middle and went 66 yards for a 35-7 lead with Westcott's 5-yard score making it 42-7 at halftime. In the first minute of the second half, Parham snagged a pass between two defenders then spun away from another Warrior in going 33 yards for a 49-7 lead.
Hilton Joseph threw two touchdown passes for Waldorf (0-3) but was intercepted three times.
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