SIDERIUS' HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Coached by Ken Dalton at McQueen High, where he handled punting and kicking chores and was the team's quarterback...also earned varsity baseball letters as a sophomore and junior, but did not play as a senior...JUNIOR year named to the All-State first team as a placekicker and to the All-Division first team as a punter...connected on eight of 12 field goals, including a long of 46 yards...team reached the State championship game before losing...honorable mention all-league infielder for the baseball team...SENIOR season McQueen High came back to win the State title with a 35-0 win over Wooster to complete a 14-0 season...school's fourth State title in 11 years (also won in 1990, 1992 and 1997)...finished the season making 74 of 75 PAT kicks and 11 of 14 field goals, four over 50 yards and six over 40...longest field goal 54 yards, while his misses were from 39, 42 and 50 yards...as a quarterback threw for 1,100 yards and 12 touchdowns...also rushed for 368 yards and seven more touchdowns...named by Prep Star as the top kicker on the West Coast and to their All-America Dream Team...All-State, league and Division first team kicker and punter...first team All-Division and second team all-league quarterback...picked as one of two specialists among the TNT's Western One Hundred.
SIDERIUS' WSU CAREER
FRESHMAN (2001-02): Redshirt season.
RS-FRESHMAN (2002-03): V-Letter...Games - 3...handled the kickoff duties against Idaho for the injured Adam Holiday and had a couple of kickoffs against MSU...also handled kickoffs in WSU's win over ASU.
RS-SOPHOMORE (2003-04): V-Letter...Games - 13...Starts - 0...handled kickoff chores in each game, including WSU's Holiday bowl win over Texas...earned the following weekly team awards: Big Hit - Colorado/ASU; Assassin - Colorado, Gamebreaker - Arizona.
RS-JUNIOR (2004-05): V-letter...Games - 11...Starts - 0...handled all WSU kickoffs and is also was the back-up punter...called on to kick a 31-year old field goal in WSU's 31-29 win at UCLA and also hit his only PAT attempt against the Bruins...earned the following weekly team awards: Assassin - Stanford/UCLA. Special Teams: Kickoffs, Backup FG/PAT.
PERSONAL: Graham Peter Siderius...born December 19, 1982 in Glendale, Calif....parents Marten and Janice Siderius...father a manager, mother a professor...one brother Andrew plays football at University of Nevada...prep GPA 2.8...interested in a business major at WSU...enjoys snowboarding and wakeboarding...played baseball from age five through junior year in high school...several Pac-10 schools and Wisconsin were on his list.