Ben Graham is currently in his first season at Holy Cross as an assistant men’s soccer coach in 2016. He also serves as the goalkeepers coach. Graham spent the last two seasons as an assistant coach at Stanford as the Cardinal won the 2015 national championship.

Graham joined Stanford in 2014, helping the team earn back-to-back PAC-12 Tournament titles and a national championship in 2015 after the Cardinal made it to the NCAA Tournament second round in 2014.

At Stanford, Graham coached Andrew Epstein, who received 2014 and 2015 second team PAC-12 All-Conference accolades, and was a NSCAA Academic All-American. Epstein ranked 10th in the nation for lowest goals against average at 0.61.

Prior to Stanford, he was an assistant coach at Northeastern from 2012-2014 where he worked with the goalkeepers, while assisting with recruiting players and scouting opponents. He helped the Huskies to their first-ever CAA title and a NCAA Tournament second round appearance in 2012. He coached Oliver Blum to the fifth lowest goals against average in the nation at 0.56.

Building the program from the ground up, Graham served as the head coach for the men’s and women’s soccer teams at Marymount College from 2009-2012. He coordinated all coaching and administrative duties for the program.

Graham currently holds a USSF A license, a USSF National Goalkeeping License and an NSCAA Premier Diploma.