|Sports Played or Coached:||Softball, 1990-93|
Wanda Graham played four seasons (1990-93) for the Moccasins and improved her statistics each year, capping her career as a first-team All-American who helped lead the Moccasins to the 1993 national championship. She became a starter her sophomore season and hit .349 with four home runs and 23 RBI. As a junior she again started every game while batting .396 with four home runs, 46 RBI and 18 stolen bases. In the 1993 national championship season, Graham led the team in batting with a .500 average, in home runs with seven and in RBI with 50. At the Division II championship, where the Moccasins had to come through the loser’s bracket, Graham hit .571 with a pair of home runs, earning a spot on the championship all-tournament team, as well as the first-team All-America squad. She is the Moccasins’ career home run leader with 16 and her .399 career batting average in sixth-best in school history. She shares the FSC single season marks for home runs and batting average.