Omari Dixon-Land set a major Western Oregon football record Saturday.
Dixon-Land rushed for 94 yards in a 30-7 loss to No. 3 Angelo State to set the Wolves’ all-time rushing record at 3,236 yards, breaking Bill Volk’s mark of 3,172.
Dixon-Land broke the record in front of the home crowd at McArthur Field in Monmouth.
Volk set the previous school record during his career from 1992-95.
With the loss, Western Oregon falls to 1-4 this season.
The Wolves next play at Central Washington at 6 p.m. Saturday.