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Former Butler QB Matt Shiltz Signs with Montreal Alouettes

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Former Butler quarterback Matt Shiltz will take his talents to the Canada Football League after signing a contract with the Montreal Alouettes.

Photo: Butler Athletics/Butler Quarterback Matt Shiltz

The 6’2″, 195 lb. Shiltz earned All-PFL Second Team honors his final year playing for the Bulldogs. A starter in all 11 games of the 2015 season, Shiltz led the team and PFL with 3,352 total yards. His statistics stood out on a national scale, recording 304.7 yards per game, good for fifth across the country in total offense. The same year, he was 15th in the FCS with 2,713 passing yards and 21st in the FCS with 19 touchdowns.

In 2014, Shiltz started in six games before suffering a season-ending hand injury. At the time, he was ranked in the top ten total offense nationally. He passed for 1,329 yards and tallied 10 touchdowns.

The St. Charles, Ill., native was First-Team Academic All-PFL selection in 2015 and 2014. He was a member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll all five years at Butler. In 29 career games, he passed for 4,042 total yards.

The Montreal Alouettes are currently in Florida for 2017 Spring Camp. The Alouettes take to the road to face the Toronto Argonauts for their first preseason game on Thursday, June 8.

Chris Fultz is a Senior Writer for the Indiana Sports Report and is recognized as an accredited member of the media by Butler Athletics and has full media access. Follow @CafultzISR and the @IndySportsRep on Twitter.

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