It's Muha-nimous! Senior Named to All-CC First Team

Thursday, May 9, 2013

John Muha Record-setting senior outfielder John Muha of the Muhlenberg baseball team was voted to the All-Centennial Conference first team.

The Mules’s first first-team selection since 2010, Muha was a unanimous choice – the only position player in the league elected unanimously.

Muha leads the CC in hitting with a .408 batting average and is second in hits (69), third in runs scored (47) and fourth in on-base percentage (.485). He led Muhlenberg in all those categories as well as stolen bases (13) and walks (22) and was second on the team in slugging percentage (.485) and third in doubles (10). Despite hitting leadoff for the entire season, he was fourth on the team with 27 RBI.

During the year, Muha set school records for hits in a season and career (194). He also tied the marks for hits in a game (6 vs. Penn State Brandywine) and longest hitting streak (24 games, spanning two seasons).

Muha, who received All-CC honorable mention in 2011, finished his career tied for seventh in CC history in hits. On the Mules’ all-time lists, in addition to topping the chart in hits, he was second in walks (74), third in batting average (.375) and runs scored (130), fourth in doubles (32) and total bases (240), sixth in on-base percentage (.457), ninth in fielding percentage (.974), 11th in RBI (85) and 12th in stolen bases (29).
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