Dr. Steve Condon, a longtime chancellor, university president, collegiate athletics director, coach, professor, and higher education leader, is the third President at the United States Sports Academy.
Quick Sports Coaching Bio:
Five-time National Coach of the Year
2014 NCAA Coaches Hall of Fame inductee
Two-time NACDA Administrator of the Year
Four-time national championship golf coach
Director of Athletics, Golf Coach, Huntington University
President, United States Sports Academy – present
Chancellor, Carolina University
President, John Wesley University
President, Tennessee Wesleyan University
Harvard University, post-doctoral study
University of Mississippi, Ph.D. higher education leadership
University of Alabama, Ed.S. higher education administration
Florida State University, M.S. education
Boston College, B.S. education
Condon has more than four decades of service to higher education institutions and a wealth of experience dedicated to academic and administrative change management through a student-centered philosophy. Prior to joining USSA, he served as the Chancellor of Carolina University in Winston Salem, N.C., since 2018. At his previous stops, Condon has demonstrated proven results in fundraising, enrollment, accreditation leadership, and academic program expertise in both online and hybrid programs.
Condon earned his Ph.D. in education from the University of Mississippi and did post-doctoral study work in educational management at Harvard University. He also holds an education specialist degree from the University of Alabama, a master’s degree in curriculum design and development from Florida State University and a bachelor’s degree in education from Boston State College.
Over the years, he has served various academic and administrative roles at prestigious Christian universities. Condon has served as the Vice President of Huntington College, St. Thomas University, Reinhardt University, and LeTourneau University.
In addition to his academic work, Condon was also a highly successful coach and athletic director at several of his previous positions. In 2014, he was elected into the NCAA Coaches Hall of Fame for his work coaching golf at Huntington College and was also selected as the National Coach of the Year five times. Condon spent many years coaching golf, winning four national titles and a world silver medal in 1986 and gold medal in 1988. He has also been elected NACDA Administrator of the Year twice.
Condon is married to Becky Allen Condon, a professional librarian. Together they have two grown children: Curtis Condon, an Atlanta businessman, and Alexis Armstrong, Global Director of Human Resources for Marken.