Graiver Commits to Stonehill
Accompanied by her parents and brother Ari, Chelsea Graiver made a detour on her way to Philadelphia to North Easton, MA to inform the Stonehill Coaches that she was accepting their scholarship offer and will become a Skyhawk. burst onto the high school scene at Falmouth, being named 1st Team All SMAA. She moved to Greely the last two seasons, where she she helped lead her team to a 30-3 record. In her Sophomore season she was named Third Team for the Western Maine Conference and in her Covid shortened Junior season averaged 11 points, 5 assists, and 3 steals, helping Greely to an 11-1 record.
The 5’6” Point Guard has played a large role on the Firecracker National A team this year as they have rolled to a 6-2 record with wins against some of the top teams in New England. Firecracker Coach Brian Clement said “Chelsea is one of the hardest workers in our program, is unselfish on the court, and gladly accepts the role of lock down defender and facilitator when the team needs it. She is a joy to coach and is a bit of a lunch bucket old soul that is refreshing.” National B Team Coach Chris Fitzpatrick added, “It is great to see Chelsea rewarded for her effort. She is an easy kid to root for and Stonehill got a physically and mentally tough Maine kid.”
Stonehill is a member of the Northeast 10 and is Coached by Trish Brown, who is entering her 20th season and is presently 30th in D2 nationally in winning percentage. Assistant Coach Kara Kelly was instrumental in the recruiting team of Graiver, who will join forces with former Firecracker Sophie Glidden and follows in the footsteps of Firecracker great Kelsey Shaw.