Nicholas Graziano

Nicholas Graziano begins his first season on the staff for Mount Saint Mary in 2020.

A 2018 Mount Saint Mary graduate, Graziano returns to the Mount after being a four year member of the men's lacrosse program from 2015-18. Throughout his four year playing career, Graziano tallied 93 career points, including ranking seventh in the country in shooting percentage at 53% during his junior season.

During his strong junior campaign, Graziano received team awards such as the Epitome Award and the Most Improved Player Award from Coach Eric Seideman. Graziano also was named to the Skyline Conference Academic Honor Roll in 2018. Graziano was also apart of the first team to ever reach the Skyline Conference Championship in program history in 2018.

Before coming to the Mount, Graziano played high school lacrosse at St. Mary's High School in Manhasset, where he was mentored by former Johns Hopkins All-American Matt Panetta. He was named an All-League candidate twice during his high school campaign.