Graves-Brown was named to the All-CAC Second Team after ranking seventh in the CAC in points (316.0), eighth in kills (268) and 10th in the league in kills per set (2.79), hitting percentage (.245) and digs (308). She led the Wolverines in kills, kills per set, points, hitting percentage and double-doubles (11).
She became the first player in team history to eclipse the 1,000-kill mark and the first to record 1,000 kills and 1,000 digs in a career.
Graves-Brown ended her career tops on Wesley's all-time kills (1,000), kills per set (2.72), points (1185.5), points per set (3.2) and hitting percentage (.242). She was also second all-time in digs (1,063) and digs per set (2.90) and third in career service aces (126).
It is the first time in program history that a player received postseason accolades from the CAC.
"Tionne is one of the hardest working student-athletes I've ever had the privilege of coaching," said head coach Lindsay Beiler. "She has put in the hard work over the years which has enabled her to reach the level of success she has reached here at Wesley, and now she has finally gotten the recognition she deserves from a very strong conference. That was a goal she had been working towards each year and to see her achieve not only record-breaking seasons here at Wesley, but also be acknowledged as one of the best in the CAC is truly an honor and we are all so proud of her!"