Now starting, Graff promoted to more significant role w/ Pacific
When Anchorage’s Brady Graff arrived at the University of the Pacific, the Oregon State transfer underwent the obligatory getting-to-know-you stage.
Now everybody knows his name because he’s always on the field.
The senior defender has started the last four games and logged 338 out of a possible 380 minutes for the NCAA D1 Tigers.
Graff, of Service High fame, has helped the Pacific defense record two shutouts in his four starts.
The 6-foot-2 redshirt senior has averaged 65 minutes in seven games, which increases to 84 as a starter.