Harry Muta
Harry Muta

Harry, who earned seven letters in football and baseball, helped lead Butler’s football squad to three consecutive Indiana Collegiate Conference championships from 1973-1975. He led the ICC in rushing and earned first team all-conference recognition as a senior. That same season, he set a Butler and conference record for the longest rush with a 96-yard touchdown run against Valparaiso.

Muta was the Bulldogs’ second all-time leading rusher when he completed his senior season, and currently ranks seventh on Butler’s all-time rushing list with 2,445. He also helped lead Butler to a league baseball championship in 1974 and a 20-win season in 1975. He earned all-league honors as a designated hitter in 1974 and pitched one of Butler’s 20 all-time one-hitters in 1975.