Career Statistics entering 2017: 7 games played, 4 games started, 77-for-135 for 803 yards and 4 touchdowns, 20 rushing attempts, 17 punts for 36.6 average, 2 tackles.
2016 (Junior): Entered season as No. 2 quarterback ... took over for injured starter R.J. Nitti in second game of season at Duquesne ... made first career start in week three vs. Cornell ... led team in most passing categories, completing 76 of 134 passes for 847 yards and four touchdowns ... made four consecutive starts before suffering season-ending injury in first half vs. Colgate ... threw for 200+ yards three times ... also served as team's starting punter for four weeks ... averaged 36.6 yards on 17 kicks.
2015 (Sophomore): Team’s backup quarterback ... on the field for one play in September game at Cornell ... also served as team’s backup punter ... member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2014 (Freshman): Backup quarterback ... received first career game action in second-to-last contest of season at Holy Cross in relief of Trey Lauletta ... on the field for final three plays of game’s first drive ... credited with one rushing yard on one attempt ... completed only pass attempt.
Shore Regional High School: Member of football and basketball teams … football team captain … first-team all-division quarterback and punter … helped team to 23-4 record and consecutive state championship appearances as starting quarterback … invited to play in Shore Classic North-South All-Star Game … earned the Caltarilota Award recognizing leadership.
Personal: Matthew Douglas Muh … born Aug. 10, 1995 in Long Branch, New Jersey … son of Doug and Justine Muh … has two siblings, Heather (23) and Mason (20) … father was a quarterback and punter at the University of Connecticut … uncle, Steve Muh, was a pitcher at the University of Georgia and was drafted by the Minnesota Twins ... majoring in political science.