Okay, you caught me on the "no way." As I don't know the kid, it is possible he is better than Moneymaker.
Similarly, it is possible that someone somewhere is a better LSAT taker than Robin Singh. Yet if I were going to bet, I'd put my money on Robin 100 times out of 100.
The fact that I don't know who Matt is and yet am 99.9% sure I'd rather take Moneymaker speaks volumes as to her competency in LSAT instruction. It's hard to compare a known value to a relatively unknown value...but when the known value sets an exceptionally high standard, you can guess which is the wiser bet.
Additionally, Trent Teti taught LSAT instructors. I would put Dorothy Moneymaker and Trent Teti on an even playing field. However, as Matt is one of the lesser known instructors UNDER Trent...odds are you're better off with Moneymaker. I can't say she's better as a fact, but I can tell you 10/10 betting men would go with Moneymaker.