Megan Graziano - Lacrosse - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#25 Megan Graziano

Attack

Class Senior
Hometown Mendham, N.J.
High School West Morris Mendham
Major Psychology

NIL on Opendorse

Honors
• Three-time AAC All-Academic (2021, 2022, 2023)
• Three-time SEC Academic Honor Roll (2022, 2023, 2024)
• 2023 IWLCA Division I Academic Honor Roll
• 2021 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll

As a Senior (2024)
• Appeared in four games, finishing with one goal
• Scored first goal of season off the bench at No. 15 Johns Hopkins

As a Junior (2023)

• Appeared in five games

As a Sophomore (2022)
• Made five appearances, scoring three goals on 10 shots
• Scored Vanderbilt’s 23rd goal of the game vs. Cincinnati (April 30)
• Scored first goal of the campaign at Colorado (March 4)

As a Freshman (2021)
• Appeared in eight games, made her collegiate debut in the season-opener at No. 2 Notre Dame (Feb. 13)
• Scored three goals
• Caused a turnover in the matchup with second-ranked Notre Dame (Feb. 13)
• Scooped a ground ball against East Carolina (March 26)
• Claimed a ground ball in the win at Vanderbilt Stadium over Old Dominion (April 1)

The Graziano File
• Four-year letterwinner at West Morris Mendham under head coach Alison Cassera
• 2019 second-team all-county
• 2019 second-team all-conference
• 2019 offensive team MVP
• 2018 honorable mention all-conference
• 2018 third-team all-county
• Scored her 100th career goal as a junior
• Team won 2019 county, sectional and group championships
• 2020 David O’Keefe Memorial Award (Senior Athlete of the Year)
• Three-time Varsity Athletic Award (2017, 2018, 2019)
• Daughter to Catherine and Michael Graziano
• Has five siblings, Erin, Nicole, Stephen, Christine and Matthew
• Mother, Catherine, ran track at Villanova and Boston College
• Sister, Erin, played lacrosse at Syracuse for one year and Florida for three years
• Sister, Nicole, played lacrosse at Florida
• Brother, Stephen, played lacrosse at Providence College
• Sister, Christine, played lacrosse at Villanova
• Brother, Matthew, played lacrosse at Utah

Graziano: “I am so excited and thankful to be given the opportunity to be a student at such a great academic and athletic school with beautiful facilities and a great location.”