2002 (Fall): Played in all three tournaments ... best outing was the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational where she shot 18-over 234 to help Huskies to a second-place finish.
2001-2002 (Junior): Named to the NGCA All-Scholar-Athlete team for the second consecutive season ... a first-team selection to the Pac-10's All-Academic team ... played in all 12 tournaments and was a scoring player 10 times, including all spring events ... was the Huskies number-three scorer at the NCAA Championships, posting an 18-over 306 ... was instrumental in Huskies' sixth-place finish at NCAA Regional ... best outing came at Oregon's Duck Invitational where she shot 8-over 224 to finish ninth overall ... that marked her second top-10 finish during her career and was her best 54-hole total as a collegian ... best round was even-par 72 during second 18 holes at Duck Invitational ... was UW's No. 3 scorer at the Arizona Invitational with a 236 ... had a stroke average of 78.7, but has averaged 77.1 during her final 19 rounds.
2000-2001 (Sophomore): Named to the 2001 NGCA All American Scholar Golf Team ... a second-team selection to the Pac-10 All-Academic team ... played in eight tournaments during the year ... improved play in the spring earned her a spot on the Huskies' NCAA roster ... shot 74 during the final round to help UW to a 16th-place finish at the NCAAs ... was 77th at the NCAA West Regional with a score of 243 ... placed 67th at the PING/ASU Invitational with a score of 241 ... competed as an individual at the Bay Area Classic, which the Huskies won...shot 83-82 to finish in a tie for 31st, her highest finish of the season...fired a season-best 3-over 75 in the second round of the Stanford Invitational, competing as an individual...finished in 72nd place...shot a final-round 78 at the Edean Ihlanfeldt to finish in a tie for 67th...showed consistency at the Comcast/Dick McGuire Invitational shooting 81-79-81, placing her in 72nd.
1999-2000 (Freshman): Played in one Fall tournament, the Roadrunner Invitational, and carded a three-round total of 243 (82-81-80) to finish 74th ... played the first spring tournament in Arizona ... carded a 240 ... entered the ASU Invitational as an individual, finished with 235 (75-80-80) ... her first round of 75 was a season low ... shot another 75 and had her highest finish of ninth at the California Collegiate (75-76-151) ... carded a 238 at the Pac-10 Championship ... finished the season with a 240 at the West Regional.
Central Valley High School/Junior Golf: Two-time Columbia Basin Junior Golf Champion ... M.J. Herk Jr. Open Champion in 1998 ... WJGA sub-district champion, 1998 ... Deer Park Ladies Open Champion in 1999 ... Spokane Chechako Women's Tournament Champion ... played three years of high school golf and held the No. 1 slot on her team as a junior and senior ... as a senior she was first-team All-Greater Spokane League, second team as a junior ... two-time team MVP ... as a senior, placed second individually in the city and ninth at state championships ... as a junior, was fifth individually and 20th at state ... earned two letters in basketball. Personal: Born November 15, 1980 in Spokane, Wash. ... daughter of Elizabeth and Dean Grafos ... parents own storage development company ... mother is a Washington graduate ... has one older brother, Harrison, who attends Whitman College ... graduated with a 3.91 grade point average ... entered UW with over 10 academic, leadership and community service scholarships ... sophomore class president ... honor society president ... recipient of Spokane Chase Youth Leadership Award and John Hopkins University Youth Talent Search Award ... listed in Who's Who of American High School Students (1998-99) ... majoring in political science.
Grafos' Career Statistics
Career Best Finish: 9th, California Collegiate, April 15-16, 2000 & Oregon Duck Invitational, March 28-29, 2002
Grafos' Tournament Results