Matt LaFleur becomes an Outlaw
The Billings Outlaws have signed Saginaw Valley State University quarterback Matt LaFleur.
LaFleur lettered three years at SVSU, making the academic all-conference team three times. He was second team all-GLIAC three times and team MVP twice, and led the Cardinals to the national playoffs three times.
LaFleur, who broke 20 school records, led SVSU to the GLIAC title in 2000.
A 1998 graduate of Mount Pleasant High, LaFleur spent his first one and one-half years at Western Michigan before transferring to Saginaw Valley where he started 36 games.
Last season LaFleur spent time with the Omaha Beef as a back-up quarterback. In the one game that he started he was 8 of 14 for 109 yards and 4 touchdowns. His season totals with the Beef were 23 of 38 for with 226 yards and 10 touchdowns.
The Outlaws are on the road the next three weekends taking on Sioux Falls, Omaha, and Black Hills. The Outlaws next home game is June 12th against the Sioux Falls Storm.
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