Co-captain • fourth-year member of the squad • will once again be a key part of starting lineup on defense • has appeared in 28 career games with 25 starts and scored three goals on just 11 shots.
Played in 16 games and started in 13 contests • scored three goals and recorded one assist during his senior season • registered a season-high two goals in Delaware's 4-2 loss to California • tallied his other goal and lone assist on the season in UD's 3-0 win over Temple • totaled five shots on the season with his season-high coming in the California game • member of squad the won the CAA regular season title for the first time in program history • 1st Team All-Colonial Athletic Association • CoSIDA Academic All-American nominee
Co-captain • saw action in 15 games while starting 14 as a junior • recorded three points on one goal and one assist while taking eight shots • scored goal vs. Seton Hall and dished out assist in following game vs. St. Bonaventure • had season-high three shots in opener vs. UNLV • helped anchor a defense that posted six shutouts while recording a 1.18 goals against average • team went school-best 14-5-1 and hosted an NCAA Tournament game as an at-large selection • received Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll honors.
Earned second team All-Colonial Athletic Association honors as a sophomore • saw action in nine games for Delaware, receiving the starting nod seven times • scored goal on his only shot of the season vs. William & Mary late in the season • missed the first nine games of the season with an injury • named to CAA Academic Honor Roll • team went 4-11-3 under head coach Ian Hennessy, losing five games by a single goal.
Started four games in freshman season before missing remainder of campaign with an injury • contributed two points • scored only goal on only shot against Seton Hall on Sept. 1 • team enjoyed its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the CAA Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for Hennessy.
Played for FC Astoria Walldorf as a center/right back • also played for Bunsen Gymnasium “1899 Hoffenheim” as a center back from 2004-09 • FC Astoria Walldorf took second place in the Oberlige of Baden-Württemberg • 1899 Hoffenheim finished fifth in the junior Bundesliga • played for FH Münster “SOS Neuenkircher” as a right back, taking third in the Westfalenliga in 2011.
Tobias “Tobi” Müller ("mool-er") • son of Rudi and Katja Müller • born Jan. 12, 1990 • honor student as a civil engineering major at Delaware • has two siblings, older brother, Maurice, and younger sister, Selina • chose Delaware for a great academic education and a great soccer team • began playing soccer at six years old • lists father as greatest influence for supporting him wherever he needed it • has aspirations of working at Badische Anilin-und Soda Fabrik (BASF) • worked at the University of Delaware's Water Resource Agency during the summer.
Points: 4 vs. California (9/19/14)
Goals: 2 vs. California (9/19/14)
Assists: 1 vs. UNCW (10/29/11); Duke (9/2/12); Seton Hall (9/10/13); Temple (9/24/14)
Shots: 5 vs. UNCW (11/2/12)