24   Mike Muha
Mike Muha

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Princeton, N.J.

High School:
South Brunswick

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 195

Position:
RHP/1B

B/T:
R/R


05/18/2013

Baseball Drops Season Finale to Rhode Island, 10-5

Hawks Finish at .500 for First Time in 20 Years

05/16/2013

Baseball Drops Series Opener to Rhode Island, 4-1

Series Continues Friday at 1:00 p.m.

05/11/2013

Baseball Falls at Saint Louis, 12-6

Series Concludes Sunday at 1:00 p.m. Eastern

05/05/2013

Thorpe Fans 11 as Baseball Takes Series Finale Over Xavier, 2-0

Kancylarz Notches 100th Career Hit; Hawks Tie School Record For Wins

05/04/2013

Baseball Falls to Xavier, 6-4

Carter Goes Eight Strong; Rubber Game on Sunday at Noon

2012: Made 23 appearances on the mound, the fourth-highest single-season total in school history...Earned his first career victory in the Liberty Bell Classic quarterfinal win at Temple on March 27...Also got the win in the Liberty Bell Classic semifinal win over Delaware on April 3...Had his longest outing of the season against Massachusetts on April 15, tossing three scoreless innings...Earned the win in SJU's 13-inning win at Saint Louis on April 5 and the Hawks' 11-inning win over George Washington on May 4.

2011: Appeared in 28 games, starting 15 of them...Made 14 starts as the backup first baseman...Was the starting DH in his first career game at Old Dominion on February 18 and did not disappoint, going 2-for-5 with a double and two RBIs...Went 2-for-4 in the win over Temple on April 5 and drove in the winning run on a bases-loaded single in the bottom of the ninth.

High School: Two-time All-Area First Team, All-County First Team and All-Red Division selection...Led South Brunswick to the Middlesex County championship as a senior, when he was named Second Team All-State and played in the New Jersey State All-Star Game...Finished his career with a .424 average, six home runs, and 66 RBI...Also played quarterback for three seasons.

Personal: Majoring in finance...Son of Maria and Michael Muha...Father played and coached football at the University of Connecticut.