| Mike Graczyk
2007 3rd Team All-Far West Region
2007 2nd Team All-MPSF
2007 NSCAA West Region Scholar-Athlete
2007 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VI
2007 Academic All-MPSF
2007 CollegeSoccerNews.com Preseason All-American
2007 Soccer American Preseason All-American
2006 1st Team All-MPSF
2006 NSCAA West Region Scholar-Athlete
2006 Academic All-MPSF
2005 2nd Team All-MPSF
2005 College Cup All-Tournament Team
2005 NSCAA West Region Scholar-Athlete
2005 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VI
2005 Academic All-MPSF
Three-year starter who spent five seasons in the Lobo program...Three-time All-MPSF selection...career 0.67 goals-against-average is the lowest in school history...ranked in the top-25 in the nation in g.a.a. in each of the last three seasons...School record 30 shutouts...184 saves is fifth all-time at UNM...led the MPSF in g.a.a. and shutouts from 2005-07...46 wins between the pipes ranks second in school history...three time Academic All-MPSF...three time NSCAA West Region Scholar-Athlete...two time ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VI...recorded three career assists...won four MPSF Player of the Week honors...last name is pronounced gray-ZACK.
Second team All-MPSF, despite leading the league in g.a.a. (0.74) and shutouts (6) for the third year in a row...recorded an assist against Cincinnati...named 3rd Team All-Far West region by the NSCAA...0.74 g.a.a. ranked 25th in the NCAA...played all but 30 minutes of the season between the pipes...NSCAA West Region Scholar-Athlete...ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VI...Academic All-MPSF...named to Soccer America National Team of the Week, CollegeSoccerNews.com National Team of the Week and MPSF Player of the Week following shutout wins at Cal State Northridge (4-0) and San Francisco (2-0)...MPSF Payer of the Week after a double-overtime shutout at Denver to clinch the MPSF title...TLC Plumbing & Utility All-Tournament team.
2006 - JUNIOR SEASON
First team All-MPSF, leading the league with a 0.64 g.a.a...Also led the MPSF with 11 shutouts on the year...Ranked 15th in the NCAA in both g.a.a. and shutouts...MPSF Player of the Week after a shutout at Portland in the season opener...TLC Plumbing & Utility all-tournament team after a 1-1 tie vs. No. 1 SMU and a 1-0 shutout against Tulsa...NSCAA Scholar Athlete All-Far West Region and Academic All-MPSF.
2005 - SOPHOMORE SEASON
Led UNM to an 18-2-3 record starting every game in goal...18 wins tied a school record and 13 shutouts set a new program mark...Posted a 0.64 g.a.a which was the third lowest in school history...Ranked ninth in shutouts and 10th in g.a.a. in the NCAA...Earned second team All-MPSF honors...Solid play in the postseason earned him College Cup All-Tournament team honors...ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District, NSCAA Scholar Athlete All-Far West Region and Academic All-MPSF... Ohio State Classic all-tournament team honors after shutting out No. 18 Ohio State and No. 23 Penn State in the opening weekend...MPSF Player of the Week following shutouts at Denver and Air Force in week six.
2004 - FRESHMAN SEASON
Saw action in three games, totaling 67:15 minutes last season...Recorded five saves while allowing one goal...Posted a 1.34 goals-against-average.
2003 - REDSHIRT SEASON
Suited up and traveled to every game but did not play behind veteran keeper Andrew Weber.
Member of the 2002 New Mexico 5A state champion La Cueva High School team for head coach Larry Waters...He was the top goalkeeper in the state with a 0.41 goals-against-average and was a 1st team all-state player while leading the Bears to a No. 18 national ranking...12 shutouts helped him garner the 2002 Albuquerque Tribune's Player of the Year and the 2002 Gatorade New Mexico Player of the Year awards...Also named the Fellowship of Christian Athletes male soccer player of the year in 2003.
Member of the state champion Rio Vista Rangers club team in 2000-01...The Rangers placed third in the Far West Regionals in 2001 and he was voted MVP of the tournament in 2001.
OLYMPIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Competed on the New Mexico state team in the Olympic Development Program where he was a starter from 1997-2001...In 2001 he helped lead the New Mexico team to the OPD regional finals in Las Vegas, Nev., the only New Mexico team to ever reach the finals.
Born July 26, 1985...Son of James and Angela Graczyk...Sister, Kristen, was an All-American for the University of Connecticut women's team and is now an assistant for the Lobo women's soccer team...Majoring in Journalism and Mass Communication.