This is the most under Head Coach Shannon Soares
Senior has earned all-conference honors in each of the last three seasons
Six seniors conclude their careers with most wins since 2005
Hoyas conclude 2016 season at La Salle on Sunday
Team's leading scorer was selected for this second time this season
2014: Played in all 18 games, starting 17, as a sophomore for the Hoyas...had a team high six goals and three assists for 15 points...Her 20 shots were third on the team, had 12 shots on goal for a shot on goal percentage of .600...credited with two game-winning-goals...Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll the week of Sept. 1 for her two goal, two assist performance in GU's opening weekend split against Appalachian State and Davidson...Was named Second Team All-BIG EAST.
2013: Appeared in all 18 games in the season, starting in seven of them, with three assists (three points) and nine shots...Saw time in the final home game against Villanova (11/2)...Participated at No. 1 Maryland (10/27)...Saw time at No. 17 Temple (10/25)...Saw action against Liberty (10/20)...Participated against No. 2 Connecticut (10/18)...Saw action against Rutgers (10/12)...Started at Old Dominion (10/6)...Started against Saint Francis and took three shots, one of which was on goal (10/4)...Appeared and was credited with her third assist of the season on Sarah Butterfield's game-winning overtime goal against St. Louis (9/29)...Appeared in the game against No. 16 Louisville (9/28)...Saw action in the win against Holy Cross (9/22)...Saw action at Providence (9/20)...Appeared in the game and recorded her second assist at Cornell (9/15)...Started her fifth game in the loss at Lehigh (9/13)...Started and took one shot against Lock Haven (9/8)...Started her third game and attempted two shots against Towson (9/6)...Started her second game and tallied her first points as a Hoya when she got an assist on Sarah Butterfield's goal against Rider (9/1)...Started in the season-opener of her freshman year where she managed three shots, one of which was on goal, against Davidson (8/20).
Before GU: Graves was a four-year letterwinner from 2009-2012 at Harrisburg Academy... She also earned four letters for Track & Field and two letters for Basketball... Graves-Brown was the first athlete at Harrisburg Academy to accept a Division I scholarship... Honors and Awards: Disney Showcase Minnie Pool Champions, Key State Field Hockey Club (2013)... Offensive Player of the Year...Cedar Cliff Varsity Field Hockey Team (2012-2013)... Leading scorer, Cedar Cliff Field Hockey Team (2012-2013)...2013 First Team Mid Penn Field Hockey All-Star... 2013 Second Team Big 11 Field Hockey...2013 Futures Elite, USA Field Hockey... 2011 National Indoor Tournament Pool Champions, Key State Field Hockey Club... 2010 Festival Pool Champions, Key State Field Hockey Club...2010-2011 Most Valuable Player, Harrisburg Academy... 2009-2010 Rookie of the Year, Harrisburg Academy.