Lewis Ward set a new OUA record on Saturday with his first field goal of the game, breaking the old conference record for field goals made in a career. The Gee-Gee senior added three more field goals in Ottawa’s 40-30 win over Waterloo to establish the new league record at 88 field goals made. He is three behind the U SPORTS all-time record with one regular season game remaining. Ward, a social sciences student from Kingston, Ont., had his longest field goal of the day in the fourth quarter from 42-yards out. He also converted four extra points for the Garnet and Grey, moving his career point total to 408 which ranks fourth all-time in U SPORTS history. The next person ahead of Ward is Gee-Gees record holder Neil Lumsden who scored 410 points for uOttawa from 1972-75 as a kicker and running back.