Seminoles earn second top eight national finish in last three seasons.
Seminoles need to win to advance to match play in NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship.
Koepka in a tie for 10th place in the individual standings.
Koepka and Lolas lead Seminoles with even par scores of 71.
Seminoles finish in tie for third place at NCAA Southwest Regional.
On Graham: Enjoyed an outstanding career during which he helped lead the Seminoles to four NCAA Regional Championships and two NCAA Championship Finals appearances and into the national rankings during each of the four years of his career...was in the Seminoles' line-up as the team finished the 2010 season in third place in the final standings of the NCAA Championship Finals and ended the 2012 season in ninth place in the final team standings at the NCAA Championship Finals... who has played in two NCAA Championship Finals, three NCAA Regional Championships, three ACC Championships and a total of 38 tournaments during his Seminole career... a member of the Seminoles' 2010 line-up that finished in third place in the NCAA Championship finals, in second place in the NCAA Central Regional Championships and were ranked No. 6 in the final GolfStat poll of the season...also a member of the Seminoles' 2012 line-up that finished in ninth place in the NCAA Championship Finals, in a tie for third place in the NCAA Southwest Regional Championships and in third place in in the ACC Championships... finished in a tie for second place in the individual standings at the 2010 NCAA Central Regional Championship in helping Florida State to a second place team finish in the event...finished in sixth place in the individual standings at the 2012 NCAA Southwest Regional Championships in leading Florida State to a tied for third place finish in the team standings...was at his career best at the NCAA Central Regional with a career best tied for second place finish as he carded a five under par score of 205...the Seminoles' finished at the NCAA Regional Championship and the NCAA Championship finals ranked as the best in school history...tied his career best individual finish with a second place finish in the FAU Spring Break Invitational in the Spring of 2012...career best single round score of 67 came in the first round of the first round of the 2010 NCAA Central Regional Championship and the second round of the Spring 2012 FAU Spring Break Invitational...career best scores for a single round (67), for 36 holes (135), a three round tournament (205) and a tournament finish (tied for second) at the 2010 NCAA Central Regional championship...averaged 73.93 strokes in 111 rounds during 38 tournaments during his four year varsity letterwinning career as a Seminole...
Fall 2008: Began to display his all-star talent as he played in one of the Seminoles' three events during the fall season...earned a spot in the Seminoles' starting line-up for their appearance at the PING /GolfWeek Preview which was played on the same course as the 2009 NCAA Championship...carded consecutive scores of 76 for a 54-hole total of 228... playing in the first event of his collegiate career, Graham was even after his first four holes and carded three birdies and eight holes of par during the first event of his collegiate career...averaged 76.00 strokes in three rounds during one tournament during his first semester as a Seminole...
Spring 2009: Earned his first career top 10 finish with a third place standing at the Florida State Spring Break Invitational...he carded scores of 68 and 67 to finish with a seven under par score of 137 in helping the Seminoles to the team championship in the event...he finished in a career-best third place behind teammates Matt Savage and Brooks Koepka...carded a career-low 68 in the first round and was in second place in the team standings after the first round of play...in the Seminoles' starting line-up for the Gator Invitational and the high powered US Collegiate...back-to-back rounds of 75 came in the second and third rounds of the Gator Invitational...played as an individual in the Florida State hosted Seminole Intercollegiate and carded a 74 in the third round of the event...averaged 77.36 strokes in 11 rounds during four tournaments.
Fall 2009: Worked his way back into the Seminoles' starting line-up as he appeared in three of the Seminoles' four events...helped Florida State to the team championship at the Inaugural GolfWeek Challenge with an individual top 30 finish...best finish of the spring season came at the Brickyard Intercollegiate as he finished in a tie for 12th place to lead the Seminoles to a seventh place finish in the rain shortened two round event....carded his season best single round score of 69 in the second round of the event to finish the event at minus one under par...four of his eight rounds were scored at 75 or below...averaged 74.38 strokes in eight rounds during three tournaments...
Spring 2010: Enjoyed his most successful season as a Seminole as he helped Florida State to a third place finish at the NCAA Championship finals - the best finish in school history...helped the Seminoles finish in third place in stroke play and in a tie for third in match play with a victory over Texas Tech and a loss to eventual national champion Augusta State...scores of 76-71-76 allowed the Seminoles to take over the team lead in the first round, hold it through the second round and finish in second place among the 30 teams at the national championship event...the Seminoles' second place finish allowed them to earn the No. 2 national seed in match play where they advanced to the national semifinals for the first time in school history...the best event of his career came at the NCAA Central Regional championship as he helped lead Florida State to a second place finish in the team standings thus qualifying the Seminoles for their first appearance in the national finals during his two year career...was stellar in establishing career bests for single round score (67), 36-hole score (135), three round tournament score (205) and individual finish (tied for second)...was in a tie for second place after carding a first round 67, in a tie for first (with teammate Drew Kittleson) after a second round 68 (135 total) and finished in a tie for second after a third round score of 70 for a 54 hole total of 205...in finishing in a tie for second place, he finished right behind Kittleson who earned medalist honors in the event...a tie for third place finish came at the Florida State hosted Seminole Intercollegiate...with scores of 70-75-68 for an even par total of 213 as he led the Seminoles to the team championship...marked his second career third place finish and ranks as one of his career top three finishes...score of 68 in the third round ranked as one of five times he carded scores in the 60's during the season...played in his first career ACC Championship and helped the Seminoles to a fifth place finish in the team standings...best single round score of the tournament came in the third round - a 69 - and allowed him to improve his individual finish by 15 positions in the final round...his score of 69 was the third lowest score and one of three scores in the 60's by the Seminoles during the 54 hole event...single strokes over par in finishing in a tie for 10th place at the Mauna Lani Invitational (+1), in a tie for 22nd place at the Linger Longer Invitational (+6) and in a tie for 15th place at the Golden Ocala Invitational (+1)...averaged 71.89 strokes in nine rounds in the post season (ACC Championship, NCAA Central Regional Championship and NCAA Championship finals)...averaged 215.5 strokes in his three post season appearances...was a total of five strokes over par in the big three post season tournaments of the ACC Championship (plus three, 219), NCAA Central Regional Championship (minus five, 205) and the NCAA Championship finals (plus seven, 223)...a single-season career-high four top 15 finishes, three top 10 finishes and two top five finishes...was a total of six strokes over par in his final four tournaments of the season... averaged a career low 72.73 strokes in 23 rounds during a career-high nine tournaments during the season...
Fall 2010: Ranked third on the team with a career low 73.25 stroke averaged as he earned his way into the Seminoles' starting line-up in all four matches the team played during the season...helped lead Florida State to a pair of top five team finishes - third place at the Brickyard Intercollegiate and fifth place at the Gary Koch Intercollegiate...played well at the Olympia Fields Invitational as he finished in a tie for 24th place with a 216 score for the three round tournament and two sub-par scores (70 and 71) in the second and third rounds of the event...topped Florida State's leaderboard in the Olympia Fields Intercollegiate... his score of 70 in the second round of the Brickyard was the best of his fall season...strong showing in the Brickyard Intercollegiate as he finished with his best finish (tied for 21st), best score vs. par (+2) and best single round score (69) of the season...third on the team with five scores at par or better with at least one round at par or better in three of the four rounds in which he played...tied for second on the team with 10 of 12 rebounds played with scores of 75 or lower and counted 92 percent of his rounds (11 of 12) toward the team score...averaged a career low 73.25 strokes in 12 rounds during four events...
Spring 2011: In the Seminoles' starting line-up as Florida State played in the NCAA Championship for the sixth consecutive season and the third time in the first three years of his career...solidified his position in Florida State's starting line-up with five top 50 individual finishes and helped Florida State to seven top 10 and four top five team finishes in eight events during the spring season...finished in a season best tie for 26th place in the individual standings in helping the Seminoles to a fifth place finish in the ACC Championship...second round score of 69 in the second round of the ACC Championship was his lowest of the season...led Florida State with a 70 in the second round of the NCAA Indiana Regional Championship to put the Seminoles on the cusp of qualifying for their second consecutive NCAA Championship finals appearance...finished in a tied for 47th place in the individual standings at the NCAA Indiana Regional Championship...played well at the USF Invitational with a five over par score of 221 and a tie for 41st place finish in the individual standing... averaged 75.33 strokes in 21 rounds during seven tournaments...
Fall 2011: A member of the Seminoles' starting line-up in two of three events and helped Florida State to a second place team finish at the Brickyard Collegiate Championship and a sixth place team finish at the Olympia Fields Invitational...finished in a tie for 15th place in the individual standings at the Olympia Fields Invitational and was the Seminoles' second leading finisher in the individual standings...was one of five top 15 individual finishes during his senior season...averaged 73.33 strokes in six rounds during two tournaments...
Spring 2012: Helped lead Florida State to its school record seventh consecutive and his fourth career NCAA Tournament appearance as he appeared in all eight of the Seminoles' events during the season...the Seminoles won two team titles - the Seminole Intercollegiate championship and the FAU Spring Break Invitational title - along with six top five and three top 10 team finishes...only Graham and All-American Brooks Koepka played in all eight events during the spring season for the Seminoles...Florida State finished in ninth place in the NCAA Championship Finals to earn its second top 10 finish in the last three seasons...Graham also helped lead Florida State to a third place national finish in 2010...three consecutive top 15 finishes at the USF Invitational (tied for 12th), the Florida State hosted Seminole Intercollegiate (tied for 15th) and the FAU Spring Break Invitational (career best second place finish marked his best string of three consecutive tournaments during his Seminole career...tied his career best as he finished in second place in the individual standings in leading the Seminoles to the team championship of the FAU Spring Break Invitational...second best career score vs. par at minus five strokes under par and second best career score of 208 as he finished with scores of 70-67-71...his score of 67 in the second round of the event tied his career best for a single round score during his career...was in a tie for 10th place in the individual standings after his first round score of 67, in a tie for ninth with a two round total of 137 after two rounds and finished in second as he carded an even par score of 71 in the final round...Florida State led the team competition wire to wire to win their second team championship of the year...finished in sixth place in the individual standings of the NCAA Southwest Regional Championship as he helped lead the Seminoles to a tied for third place team finish in the event and a spot in the NCAA Championship Finals for the second time in his career and the second time in the last three seasons...finished with an even par score of 216 as he carded scores of 70-75-71 to finish as the Seminoles' second leading golfer behind only freshman Daniel Berger...was in a tie for 10th place in the individual standings after the first round (Florida State was in a tie for first place in the team standings, was in a tie for 18th place with a two round total of 145 (the Seminoles were in second place in the team standings) and closed the event in sixth place with a three round total of 216 (Florida State finished in a tie for third place in the team standings)...his 216 total in the NCAA Southwest Regional Championship and his 216 tournament score of the ACC Championship are tied for the third best tournament scores of his career...career best ACC Championship finish of tied 18th place in his third conference championship in 2012...two under par score 70 in the first round as a senior mark his third sub-par round in his ACC Championship history...
Before Florida State: Graduated from Spruce Creek High School in 2008...the Florida State High School Athletic Association runner-up with an even par score of 142 in 2007...his finish at the 2007 FHSAA state championship is the best state tournament finish in school history...earned three district championships, 2005, 2006 and 2007...his district championship in 2007 came as he fired a five-under par score of 67 to earn the Class 2A, District 5 tournament by one shot...his individual victory led Spruce Creek to the team district championship...named the 2007 Central Florida Player of the Year...named the Volusia/Flagler county player of the year in each of his four seasons (2004-07)...earned All-Five Star Conference First-Team honors in each of his four seasons on the varsity...led Spruce Creek to the district championship in 2007 with a playoff victory over Seminole High School...holds the school records for low nine-hole score (31 in 2005 and 2007), low nine-hole average (34.2 in 2006), low 18 hole total (65 in 2006), low 18 hole average (68.5 in 2007) and most birdies in a season (58 in 2006)...a member of the 2008 U.S. World Junior Cup team who played in the World Junior Golf Team championship in Toyota City, Japan during the summer of 2008...helped lead the United States to a fifth place finish in the Toyota Junior Golf Wolf Cup in June of 2008...finished in a tie for 33rd place with scores of 70-74-73-69=286 in the four day event... was the third highest finishing American golfer in the event with a plus two over par score...a two-time AJGA/Rolex All-America selection in 2006 and 2007...earned All-America First-Team honors in 2007 and All-American Honorable Mention Honors in 2006...finished first at the Florida Junior Golf Association tournament at Southwood Country Club in Tallahassee...shot consecutive scores of 69-69 to win the event with a 138 total...earned FJGA tour stops at Rio Pinar (2006) and Disney in (2005)...advanced to the quarterfinals of the U.S. Junior Amateur in 2006...advanced to the semifinals of the U.S. Junior Amateur in 2007...has exceptional club-head speed and is one of the few junior golfers that can control the flight of his shots in every direction at will...cut nearly four strokes from his average as a sophomore (73.12) as compared to his freshman season (77.07)...played in the U.S. Amateur in both 2006 and 2011...
Personal: Born March 10, 1990...Wesley is the son of Tammy and George Graham...enjoys playing basketball, shooting pool and spending time with family and friends...graduated magna cum laude from Spruce Creek with a 3.7 grade point average...graduated from Florida State in April of 2012 with his degree in social sciences
Graham at Florida State