The Notre Dame men's golf team tied for second at the season-opening event.
The Irish will play host to the three-team tournament on Sunday, Aug. 30.
Notre Dame gains two shots on second round score to complete 2015 debut
Notre Dame completes first rounds of the 2015 spring season
Notre Dame opens its 2015 spring slate at the Valencia Country Club
Images of the Fighting Irish during their run to another BIG EAST title.
AS A SENIOR: Appeared in seven total tournaments during senior season, competing in the Notre Dame starting lineup in each of those events … posted the second-best stroke average among all Irish players at 74.26 over 19 total rounds … closed the year with a .947 percentage (18-for-19) of rounds counting toward the Notre Dame team score … earned medalist honors for the first time, tying for first place at the Notre Dame Kickoff Challenge (Aug. 30) at six-under-par, 136 (67-69) ... claimed a second top 25 finish at the Fighting Irish Golf Classic (Sept. 28-30), carding rounds of 72-75-76 (223, +10) ... shared 27th place at the Rod Myers Invitational (Oct. 11-12), finishing at three-over-par (75-72=147) … tied for 48th place in only spring start at the Jones Invitational (Feb. 23-24), carding a score of 227 (72-77-78).
AS A FRESHMAN: Competed as an individual entrant at both home events on the season ... finished with a stroke average of 78.20 over five rounds of golf ... opened the year at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Golf Classic (Sept. 26-27), placing tied for 58th with a score of 231 (+21) ... after carding matching scores of 78 (+8) in both the first and second rounds, finished with strongest round of the tournament (75, +5) in final round of tournament ... concluded the year with a 30th-place finish at the one-day, 36-hole Battle at the Warren (April 22) ... finished with a score of 160 (+18) after carding identical 80's (+9) in both rounds of play.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Four-year member of the golf team while attending Milton High School ... served as the team's No. 1 golfer each of his first three years, while claiming the captain role in his sophomore through senior seasons ... three-time team MVP as well as all-conference selection ... named to the Georgia High School Golf Coaches Association (GHSGCA) all-state team in both junior and senior years ... earned national ranking during his senior year ... named the 97th-best player of the 2011 graduating class by Golfweek ... named to AJGA Junior all-star team during freshman year ... named Cincinnati Enquirer first team all-city all star in 2007, as well as being named a first-team Greater Cincinnati Golf Coaches Association selection ... named the '07 Miami Valley Conference Player of the Year and first-team selection as well as MVP ... recorded nine top-25 finishes in AJGA competition, including three top-10 finishes and two top-five finishes with one victory - AJGA Medicus Jr. All-Star in Cleveland Ohio (1st of 73) ... claimed the Georgia state high school championship during junior year after shooting four-under par to beat 120 other juniors ... finished fifth overall at state during senior year, while helping team to a second-place finish ... selected to 2010 AJGA HP Scholastic Junior All-American Honor Roll ... named to Presidential Honor Roll senior year ... four-year member of TAG, Milton High School's Program for the Talented and Gifted ... son of Thomas and Kelly Grahek ... born in Alpharetta, Ga. ... has two siblings, Abby and Eric ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business, majoring in finance.
Grahek's Career Statistics