Apr. 18, 2024–Steve Condon / President, United States Sports Academy


Brief Intro

Steve Condon is the Third President of The United States Sports Academy. A 51-year-old sports degree granting university located in Daphne, Alabama. He received his education from Boston College, Florida State University, The University of Alabama, The University of Mississippi and Harvard University. Prior to becoming President at “The Academy”, he served as Chancellor at Carolina University and President of John Wesley and Tennessee Wesleyan Universities. Dr. Condon was Vice President and Dean of Letourneau, St. Thomas and Reinhardt Universities, and Dean of Huntingdon College. He earned the rank of Professor of Education in 2001 and has spent over 44 years in higher education administrative leadership positions.

An NCAA Division I athlete Dr. Condon played Hockey and Golf. He won the Massachusetts and New England Collegiate Golf Championships three times before attending and competing for Florida State University. During his career he served as Athletic Director for five universities where he received Conference, Regional and National administrative awards and recognition for his program development, graduation rates, leadership and fundraising. Since his first athletic leadership position he has started 18 individual intercollegiate athletic teams and raised over 30 million dollars for scholarships, facilities and new programs. Dr. Condon has been responsible for funding and building new facilities in Soccer, Softball, Baseball, Lacrosse, Tennis, and Basketball while serving as the administrative or presidential leader for three conferences. He has hosted over 30 Regional, Sectional and National Championships at four southern universities.

During his coaching career in Alabama in the 1980’s he was selected National Coach of the Year 5 times while his teams won 4 National Championships. He coached 27 All-Americans and four individual National Champions. He was selected by the US Olympic Committee to Coach the USA National Team in 1986 and 1988. In 1986 the team won the silver medal and in 1988 he coached the USA team to the Gold Medal in the World Championships in Rome. Thanks to this success, in the sport of golf, he was inducted into the NCAA Hall of Fame as a coach in 2014.

Dr. Condon has 17 years as a university president or chancellor and owns a proven track record in athletics, enrollment growth, curriculum and sport development, fundraising, accreditation, student success and team building. He has been married to his wife, Becky, a retired school librarian, for 48 years. They have two adult children and two grandchildren.