7   Curt Anes
Curt Anes


Kentwood, Mich.

High School:
East Kentwood

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 210



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2002: Lindy?s College Football preseason Division II Player of the Year...Lindy?s College Football preseason First-Team All-American...Street And Smith?s College Football preseason First-Team All-American.

2001: Associated Press First-Team Little All-American...Daktronics First-Team All-American...Don Hansen?s Football Gazette Second-Team All-American...D2Football.com Honorable Mention All-American...Daktronics First-Team All-Northeast Region...Detroit Free Press Michigan?s Best...GLIAC Player of the Year...First-Team All-GLIAC...Harlon Hill Runner-up...First finalist in Harlon Hill history to garner the most first place votes, but not win the award...Three-time National Football Weekly Gazette Offensive Player of the Week...Named the GLIAC Offensive Player of the Week four times...Started 11 games and earned third varsity letter...Completed 201-of-288 passes for 3,273 yards, 49 TDs and just three interceptions...Rushed for 586 yards and six TDs on 96 carries...Totaled a GVSU single-season record 3,621 yards of total offense in regular season games and 3,859 yards of total offense including playoffs...Set an NCAA Division II record for the highest single-season pass efficiency rating (221.63)...Pass efficiency rating was the third-best single-season rating in college football history...Led the nation (all divisions) in total offense per game (362.1)...Set 11 GLIAC single-game, season and career records...Set GLIAC single-season record for TD passes (43) and TDs responsible for (46)...Notched the GVSU single-season record with 48 TD passes and holds the GVSU single-season record for TDs responsible for with 53 (48 passing-5 rushing)...Tossed five or more TD passes in a game seven times, including three games with six or more...Threw for over 230 yards in all 10 regular season games, including five games over 300 yards and two games of 400 or more yards...Dating back to the 2000 season, Anes has 11 straight regular season games with 230 passing yards or more...Threw for a GVSU single-game record of 434 yards at Michigan Tech...Anes? 503 yards of total offense (419 passing/84 rushing) vs. Hillsdale broke his previous record of 495 vs. Michigan Tech...Rallied the Lakers back from a 28-10 halftime deficit to a 44-34 win at Michigan Tech (Oct. 27). Curt completed 26-of-40 passes for a school-record 454 yards passing and five TDs. Added 61 yards rushing and one TD for a then school-record 495 yards of total offense...Completed 17-of-20 passes for 315 yards and six TDs vs. Mercyhurst (Oct. 20). His pass efficiency rating vs. Mercyhurst was a GLIAC single-game record of 316.3...Completed 21-of-27 passes for 301 yards and a GLIAC single-game record eight TDs vs. Ferris State (Oct. 6)...Completed 23-of-34 passes for a then school, single-game record 395 yards passing and two TDs versus Saginaw Valley State (Sept. 8). Completed a 98-yard TD pass, the longest play in school annals, and his 454 yards of total offense was a then GVSU single-game record (395 passing/59 rushing)...Set a GLIAC and GVSU single-game record with eight TD passes at Ferris State. Curt also established a GLIAC and GVSU single-game record for touchdowns responsible for (8)...Anes had his record of passes attempted without an interception snapped at FSU when a deflected pass was intercepted. The streak ended at 210 attempts...In regular season games, Curt has thrown just four interceptions in his last 454 attempts...Anes led an offense that broke 56 GLIAC and NCAA single-season, team and individual records...Directed an offense that led the nation in scoring (58.4) and total offense (600.8)...The 584 points scored set the all-time Division II record for points scored in a season The Lakers? 600.8 yards per game average was the best single-season average since 1948...Curt did not play in the second half of three games and the fourth quarter of four more games...Played in just 30 of a possible 40 quarters during the regular season.

2000: Started all 11 games and earned second varsity letter...Led team in total offense for second straight year with 2,191 yards (199.1 ypg)...Completed 143-of-253 passes for 1,903 yards and 10 TDs...Concluded the season with 88 straight pass attempts without throwing an interception and threw just one interception in final eight games and 166 attempts...1,903 yards was the 11th-best single-season total in Laker annals...Rushed for 288 yards and five TDs on 110 carries...Completed a season-high 20 passes in 30 attempts for a career-high 324 yards in Lakers comeback win at Hillsdale (11/11) in season finale...Completed 16-of-21 passes for 210 yards and two TDs versus Ashland (9/23)...Converted 12-of-20 passes for 261 yards and three TDs at Mercyhurst (10/21)...Rushed nine times for a season-high 61 yards vs. Ashland (10/23)...Toted the ball seven times for 59 yards and one TD at South Dakota State (9/2)...Rushed for 50-plus yards in a game three times...Tallied nine runs of 13 or more yards.

1999: Started seven games and played in 10 as a redshirt freshman...Completed 131-of-248 passes for 1,900 yards and nine TDs...Toted the ball 99 times for 348 yards and six TDs...Led squad in total offense (2,248 yds), averaging 224 yards per game...Completed 20 or more passes in a game three times...Threw for 200 yards or more six times...Rushed for 76 yards on 12 carries at Ashland (10/30) and 71 yards on 12 carries vs. Michigan Tech (11/4)...Third on team in scoring with 36 points...Completed a career-high 22 passes in 36 attempts for a then career-high 270 yards and one TD vs. Ferris State (11/13)...Completed 21-of-37 passes for 229 yards and one TD in first collegiate game vs. South Dakota State (9/2).

1998: Redshirted.

Career: Anes moved into third place in Laker annals in all-time completions (463) and passing yards (6,889)...Curt ranks first in Laker annals in TD passes (67) and third in all-time total offense with 8,060 yards (6,889 passing-1,171 rushing)...Has completed 20 or more passes in a game eight times in his career...Thrown for 200 or more yards 19 times.

Prior to GVSU: Prepped at East Kentwood High School....Earned All-O.K. Red plaudits as a junior and senior...Named to the All-Area Dream Team as a senior...Earned all-state honorable mention plaudits as a senior...Threw for 1,300 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior and 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior.

Personal: Son of John and Lorie Anes...Born 2/28/80...Enjoys fishing and watching movies...Majoring in business.

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