Curt Apsey spent the better part of two decades in Boise, working as an Asst. Athletic Director on a number of high profile projects, before leaving to become the Athletic Director of NAIA Carroll College in Helena, Montana in the fall of 2014.
His Boise State bio read as follows:
"His responsibilities have included management of the external fundraising effort, working closely with Executive Director of the Bronco Athletic Association. He oversees Media Relations/Sports Information, Marketing/Promotions Learfield Sports (3rd tier rights holder), the Athletic Ticket Office and Stueckle Sky Center Special Events Center. He also provides sport supervision for Football, Women's Soccer and Men's and Women's Golf.
In his tenure at Boise State, he has 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) and the new Arguinchona Basketball Complex ($3 million, 2011). Boise State also broke ground a new football complex in April of 2012 ($22 million, 68,000 sq. ft.). He oversees fundraising and construction for the facility that will open in the summer of 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."
BroncoCountry welcomes Curt Apsey (back) to Boise State. Welcome Home.