Dr. Steve Condon, President of John Wesley University in High Point, North Carolina was recently inducted into the NCAA Golf Coaches Hall of Fame at a ceremony held in Las Vegas, Nevada. Condon’s coaching career spanned nine years in Alabama where he was named National Coach of the Year five times. From 1982 to 1989, Condon’s Huntington golf team won four national titles and finished runner-up, third and ninth in the other championships. Condon coached 29 All-Americans, 21 Academic All-Americans, and four individual champions. In 1986, Condon coached the USA National team to the silver medal and in 1988 he coached the USA National team to the gold medal in Rome, Italy; at the World Championships.
For his coaching career, Condon’s team held a 94% graduation rate and a .920 winning percentage. Condon was also Director of Athletics and Dean during this time at the college. Condon played his college golf at Boston College and Florida State, winning several state and regional titles.
Currently, Steve Condon serves as the tenth President of John Wesley University, a small, bible-based university dedicated to Christian values.
“This induction is a tribute to the wonderful athletes and support we had at that college. Although I am very proud of our accomplishments, I have never done more valuable work than I do with John Wesley. My prayer is that someday John Wesley can feel the abundance and notoriety some of my other institutions have enjoyed. We certainly deserve it!”