2016: Graduate transfer to Arkansas State who is immediately eligible for the 2016 season.
PITT 2015: Played in seven games, earning a 111.3 pass efficiency mark . . . Completed 16-of-24 passes for 112 yards and one touchdown . . . Recorded a long pass of 55 yards.
PITT 2014: In his first season as Pitt's starting quarterback, Voytik completed 61% of his passes (176 of 287) for 2,233 yards with 16 touchdowns and seven interceptions . . . Ranked third in the ACC in pass efficiency with a 140.2 rating . . . Threw only one interception over the final six games of the season compared to six INTs in his initial seven contests . . . Was the team's second leading rusher with 466 yards and three TDs on 108 carries (4.3 avg.) . . . Named Pitt's Armed Forces Bowl MVP after throwing for 222 yards and a TD (18-of-35 passing) while rushing for 40 yards on six carries (6.7 avg.) against Houston . . . Threw for a career-high 250 yards on 19-of-29 passing with one INT against Iowa...despite being hindered by the flu, helped lead Pitt to a 35-23 win at Miami by completing 8-of-12 passes for 134 yards and a TD . . . Helped clinch the victory over the Hurricanes with a one-yard sneak on fourth-and-goal early in the fourth quarter, providing the final 12-point margin . . . Voytik averaged 6.5 yards per rush against Miami (26 yards on four carries) . . . Had two 100-yard rushing games on the season: a game-high 118 yards on 19 carries (6.2 avg.) vs. Virginia Tech and a 114-yard effort on 12 carries (9.5 avg.) with a 32-yard TD at FIU . . . Voytik's FIU performance marked the first 100-yard rushing game by a Pitt quarterback since 1988 (Darnell Dickerson vs. Rutgers) . . . Named to the ACC All-Academic Football Team and Capital One Academic District 2 Football Team.
PITT 2013: Played in four games as the top reserve behind senior starting quarterback Tom Savage . . . Completed 6-of-11 passes for 116 yards and had three rushes for 26 yards (8.7 avg.) with a TD on the year . . . Played the entire second half of the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl vs. Bowling Green when Savage was lost to injury and engineered a 30-27 victory by completing 5-of-9 passes for 108 yards and rushing twice for 24 yards . . . Put Pitt up 27-20 by leading a six-play, 98-yard TD drive in the fourth quarter; completed 2-of-2 passes for 82 yards -- including a 62-yard bomb to Tyler Boyd -- and capped the drive himself with a five-yard TD run . . . On Pitt's game-winning field goal drive vs. BGSU, Voytik had a key 19-yard rush . . . First career completion went for eight yards to Manasseh Garner vs. New Mexico.
PITT 2012: Redshirted as a true freshman . . . Named to the Big East All-Academic Football Team.
HIGH SCHOOL: Threw for more than 5,000 yards during a heralded career at Tennessee's Cleveland High...named to the "Elite 11," which honors the nation's top high school quarterbacks . . . U.S. Army All-American . . . Rated the nation's No. 4 "pro-style" quarterback by Rivals . . . Rated the No. 1 overall prospect in Tennessee by Rivals and No. 3 by Scout . . . Rated the nation's No. 12 quarterback by Scout . . . Cleveland's all-time leading passer with 5,005 career yards . . . Also compiled 6,098 yards in career total offense . . . Threw for 1,430 yards and rushed for 438 as a senior while accounting for 17 touchdowns (10 passing and seven rushing) . . . Led Cleveland to the District 5-AAA championship as a junior after compiling 2,125 yards in total offense (1,768 passing and 357 rushing) and a combined 22 touchdowns (16 passing and six rushing) . . . Starting quarterback for the East in the prestigious U.S. Army All-American Bowl and finished 7-of-13 passing for 60 yards while also rushing for a nine-yard TD . . . Was one of two featured players in the television documentary series "The Ride: The Road to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl," which chronicled Voytik's senior season up to the all-star game . . . Selected to play for the 2012 U.S. Under-19 National Team that competed in the International Bowl against a World Team of top players from outside the U.S. . . . 3-year starter . . . Accomplished student who earned Highest Distinguished Honors . . . Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) leader.
PERSONAL: Chad Joseph Voytik, born 3/3/94, is the son of Gary and Brenda Voytik . . . Has two sisters . . . Uncle played quarterback at Westminster (Pa.) College.