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Curtis joins Trojan Football team this fall
January 18, 2011
Dakota State University head coach Josh Anderson is proud to announce the signing of Andrew Curtis to play for Trojan Football this coming fall.
Curtis, 6'1" and 205 pounds, will play either outside linebacker or slot receiver for the Trojans. He played at the legendary Desert Ridge High School where he was mentored by coaches Tom Saltzestein, Pat Herrera and Jeremy Hathcock. While at Desert Ridge, Curtis lettered for three years. In addition, he was the first athlete in school history to letter in football, basketball and baseball.
Following his stellar high school career, Curtis was enlisted in the United States Navy as a Military Police Officer. His Navy career consisted of two years of joint service with the Marine Corps Security Force Battalion, where he provided security to key naval assets that included strategic weapons and naval operation. His final two years of service were in southern Japan at the Commander Fleet Activities Sasebo.
Andrew is the son of Michael and Linda Curtis of Mesa, Ariz. He is the brother of the current Trojan Football athlete Carl Curtis. Andrew plans to major in Exercise Science at Dakota State University.
Nick Huntimer, Dakota State University Sports Information Director