2007-08: Josh returned to the Nittany Lions as strong as ever, this time focusing more on the 200 freestyle and backstroke events. He placed 15th at the Big Ten Championships earning points for the team. He was also on the 800 freestyle relay team that placed fifth at the Big Ten Championships. Additionally, he improved his career best time in the 200 backstroke by a full second. Josh picked up another first place finish in the 100 backstroke against West Chester.
Summer 2007: Placed 14th in the 100 back and also swam in the 200 free at Mid-Atlantic Senior Championships. He then swam in the 200 free at U.S. Nationals.
2006-07: Took the year off and was not on the roster.
2005-06: Josh made a drastic improvement in his sophomore year, as he logged five first place finishes in individual events and was a part of one first place relay team during the year. At Big Ten Championships, he scored points for the Nittany Lions with a 13th place finish in the 200 freestyle, the only Nittany Lion to score point in that event, and as a part of the 800 free relay team.
2004-05: Top finishes included wins in the 200 free and 400 free relay at Virginia. He took first place in the 200 free against West Chester and first place in the 400 IM against Miami. Grham had one of his best performances of the season against St. Bonaventure with three individual wins: 100 free, 500 free, and the 200 IM.
High School: Earned four varsity letters on the swimming team at Menchville High School in Newport News, Va. and served as a team captain his senior year....As a senior, broke the state record in the 200 freestyle....Also competed in the 2004 U.S. Senior National Championships in Palo Alto, Calif., placing 34th in the 200 free with a time of 1:55.04.
Personal: Josh was born on August 18, 1989 in Newport News, Va....He is the son of Walter and Teresa Graham and has a brother, Jacob, and a sister, Sarah....Lists basketball as a hobby....Majoring in kinesiology.
Why I Chose Penn State: "I wanted to be a part of the rich tradition that goes along with being a student-athlete at Penn State."