VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — The B.C. Lions have rewarded Travis Lulay for his outstanding 2011 season.

The Canadian Football League club announced Tuesday the former Montana State quarterback has been given a new two-year contract. The terms were not released.

Lulay led the Lions to an 11-7 record last season, a first-place finish in the West Division and remarkable Grey Cup championship last November. All after a 1-6 start to the season.

Lulay, who signed with B.C. as a free agent in 2009, finished last season as the CFL's second-leading passer with 4,815 yards on 342 completions and tied for the CFL lead with 32 touchdown passes.

He was named the CFL's outstanding player as well as the 2011 Grey Cup MVP.