Curt Apsey
Curt  Apsey

Athletic Director

Alma Mater:
Cal Poly 1988


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GALLERY: Curt Apsey Through the Years

Curt Apsey was named Boise State University's fifth Athletic Director in school history June 23, 2015, returning to Bronco Athletics after spending the 2014-15 season in the same role at Carroll College. Apsey previously spent 16 years with Boise State, from 1998-2014, serving primarily as the Broncos' Senior Associate Athletic Director.

On Sept. 8, 2011, he acquired the Interim Athletic Director title and fulfilled those duties until a permanent Athletic Director was named in January of 2012.

During his time at Boise State, his responsibilities included management of the external fundraising efforts, working closely with the Executive Director of the Bronco Athletic Association. He directly oversaw Media Relations/Sports Information, Marketing/Promotions, Learfield Sports, the Athletic Ticket Office and Stueckle Sky Center Special Events Center. He also provided sport supervision for football, women's soccer and men's and women's golf.

He headed the capital campaign "Initiative for Athletic Excellence" to improve and expand athletic facilities that included the Caven-Williams Indoor Sports Complex ($10 million, 2006), the Press Box Luxury Suite addition to Bronco Stadium ($37 million, 2008), the Arguinchona Basketball Complex ($3 million, 2011) and the Bleymaier Football Complex ($22 million, 2013).

He developed and supervised the cultivation of corporate sponsorships to allow the addition and installation of new scoreboards and instant replay video boards for both football and basketball facilities totaling $11 million. In the fall of 2003, he secured the naming rights for Taco Bell Arena through 2018.

During his time at Carroll, the Fighting Saints captured the Frontier Conference's Bandy Memorial All-Sports Trophy, winning conference championships in both football and men's cross country.

In addition to the outright league title, Carroll's football team earned the No. 1 seed in the NAIA Football Championship Series, advancing to the quarterfinals. The men's and women's cross country teams each finished in the top 10 at the NAIA National Championships, the highest finishes in program history, and the women's basketball team advanced to the NAIA Division I Championship.

Apsey also oversaw the first men's soccer and softball seasons in Carroll College history.

Of the department's 15 programs, 14 recorded grade-point averages above 3.0, and the nearly 400 student-athletes combined for a department GPA of 3.24.

Before arriving at Boise State, Apsey served as Assistant Director of Athletics at CSU San Bernardino for four years. Prior to CSUSB, he was the Assistant Director of Development at CSU Bakersfield from 1990-94.

Apsey earned his bachelor's of science degree in physical education from Cal Poly in 1988. He was a four-year starter for the men's soccer team, where he set the school's career record for most goals scored and served as assistant coach for six years.

Apsey and his wife Teresa have two children, Sofia and Madison.

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