Graham is in his fourth season at Boston College, his third as associate head coach. He joined the Eagles for the 2010-11 season after serving the previous five seasons as an assistant coach under Steve Donahue at Cornell.
Graham helped guide the Big Red to 111 victories and three Ivy League titles in his five years. In 2009-10, Cornell finished with a 29-5 mark and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. The club established school records for wins, points (2,545), three-pointers (326) and blocked shots (127). The season marked the program's third straight 20-win campaign.
In 2008-09, Cornell won all 13 home games, a school record. In 2007-08, the Big Red won a school-best 16 consecutive contests.
Prior to joining Donahue at Cornell, Graham spent one season (1999-2000) as an assistant coach at the University of Western Ontario and one year (2004-05) as an assistant coach at the University of Toronto.
Graham was a two-year letterman (1993-95) at the University of Pennsylvania, before transferring to the University of Western Ontario. He was a two-time Ontario University Athletics West first-team selection with the Mustangs. A two-year team captain, he also earned All-Canadian accolades in 1998-99. After graduation, Graham played two years of professional ball in Ireland and Denmark.
Graham graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1997 with a bachelor's degree in sociology. He earned his master's degree in multicultural education from Eastern University in 2009.
Graham graduated from Coral Gables High School in Miami, Fla.
Graham and his wife, Kelly, have one daughter, Noelle (3), and two sons, Silas (5) and Dashiell (born in April 2012).
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