|Born||1962 (age 56–57)|
Apsey graduated from Cal Poly in 1988 with a degree in physical education. He was a four-year starter for the men's soccer team, setting the school's career record for most goals scored. He later served as assistant coach for six years.
Apsey served as Assistant Director of Development at CSU Bakersfield (1990–94), then as Assistant Director of Athletics at California State University San Bernardino. Apsey later served 16 years at Boise State (1998–2014) as Senior Associate Athletic Director, including as interim athletic director for the final months of 2011. He was Athletic Director of Carroll College for a year, before returning to Boise State as Athletic Director on June 23, 2015. Apsey replaced Mark Coyle, who joined Syracuse University. Apsey's contract includes a base salary of $331,500 with additional incentives.
Apsey and his wife Teresa are parents to two children, Sofia and Madison.
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