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#94 Matt Acree
Position: Defensive Line
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 295
Year: 5th Year Senior
Hometown: Shawnee, Kan.
High School: Mill Valley
Experience: 3 Letters
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Named a team captain for 2014 and a preseason All-PFL selection.

2013 — Assisted on two tackles at Western Illinois ... had four tackles against Truman State with two for loss and a sack and half.

2013 — Named second team all-PFL ... had 32 tackles on the season, 19 solo ... added five sacks, the second most on the team and had a fumble recovery and forced fumble ... was the team’s defensive Hammer Award winner ... made four tackles, two of them sacks for a loss of 12 yards against San Diego ... made a tackle and recovered a fumble in win over Dayton ... made two tackles, one solo, in win over Morehead State ... made two solo tackles, had a sack, a tackle for a loss of two yards and forced one fumble ... had three tackles, one of them solo, against Butler ... made five tackles including two tackles for loss and a blocked PAT in the win at Davidson ... had three tackles, two of them solo, and one sack in win over Jacksonville ... made five tackles and had half a sack in the loss at Mercer ... had two tackles included a critical third-down sack in the win over Indianapolis ... recorded four tackles, three solo in the loss at No. 9 UNI ... had three tackles against Grand View.

2013 — Made four tackles, two of them sacks for a loss of 12 yards against San Diego ... made a tackle and recovered a fumble in win over Dayton ... made two tackles, one solo, in win over Morehead State ... made two solo tackles, had a sack, a tackle for a loss of two yards and forced one fumble ... had three tackles, one of them solo, against Buter ... made five tackles including two tackles for loss and a blocked PAT in the win at Davidsion ... had three tackles, two of them solo, and one sack in win over Jacksonville ... made five tackles and had half a sack in the loss at Mercer ... had two tackles included a critical third-down sack in the win over Indianapolis ... recorded four tackles, three solo in the loss at No. 9 UNI ... had three tackles against Grand View.

2012 — Earned honorable mention All-PFL honors after recording 40 tackles on the season while playing in all 11 games … had 11 tackles for loss, the second most on the team and 3.5 sacks … recorded 22 solo tackles ... had two tackles for loss and half a sack with four tackles (3 solo) in win at Jacksonville to seal the PFL championship … finished with a 0.5 tackle for loss and three tackles in the win versus Butler … claimed a tackle for loss in two solo tackles in loss at Dayton … had a three-yard tackle for loss and two tackles in win versus Marist … contributed a four-yard tackle for loss and five tackles (2 solo) in the win at Valparaiso … posted three solo tackles with a fumble recovery in win versus San Diego … had four tackles (3 solo) and a six-yard sack in the win at Campbell … recorded three tackles with one for loss in a loss versus Montana State … collected nine tackles (six solo) including four for 13 yards in losses with two sacks in the season-opening win versus Grand View.

2011 — Played in all 11 games...recovered a fumble in win at Marist.

2010 — Redshirted.

Prep — Earned all-state, all-Metro and all-league honors as senior at Mill Valley High School in Shawnee, Kan...led team to district and regional championships as junior...recorded 115 tackles and 14 sacks with one touchdown as senior...named Kansas Honor Scholar.

Personal — Biology major...named to 2012 and 2011 Pioneer Football League Fall Academic Honor Roll...recipient of Drake Presidential Scholarship...son of Tom and Kristy Acree...father played football and mother played volleyball at Baker University...born in Feb., 1992 in Kansas.