Woody Graham started his Air Force Academy Athletic Training career in the spring of 2005 and is now in his sixth season with the Air Force Football Team. His primary responsibility lies as the Falcon football team's rehabilitation specialist and as the Jim Conboy Athletic Training room supervisor.
Prior to joining the Academy staff in 2005, Graham spent one season as the Head Athletic Trainer for the (then) Continental Basketball Association's Idaho Stampede professional basketball team. Before his time in Boise, he spent seven years at Kansas State University. Originally hired as the Athletic Trainer for men's basketball and women's rowing, Graham elevated to the Associate Head Athletic Trainer position which oversaw the daily operations of eight Olympic team sports, as well as the direct home and away medical coverage for the Wildcats' baseball and volleyball programs.
Before that, Graham served as an Athletic Trainer and Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Men's USA National Volleyball Team from 1992-96. He has also worked as a volunteer select Sports Medicine Athletic Trainer for the United States Olympic Committee at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta and the 1995 Olympic Festival in Colorado Springs and Boulder.
A native of Arvada, Colorado, Graham obtained his undergraduate degree in Movement and Exercise Science from Chapman University in 1988. Graham then went on to obtain a Masters of Sciences degree in Physical Education and Human Movement Studies from the University of Oregon in 1991 while working as a graduate assistant for the Oregon Duck football team.