Steve Condon is in his first season as an assistant athletic trainer at SFA, working primarily with the men's basketball team.
He comes to SFA after most recently spending six seasons with the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles after serving as the head athletic trainer of the Milwaukee Bucks from 2003-04.
Prior his tenure in Milwaukee, Condon served as the head athletic trainer at Marquette from 2001-02 and as the head basketball trainer and travel coordinator for Iowa State from 1999-2001. Condon worked for two conference title winners at Iowa State, while garnering one conference title and a Final Four appearance in 2003 with Marquette.
From 1985-95, Condon served as the head basketball trainer at the University of Arizona with coach Lute Olson. During that time, Arizona captured seven Pac 10 conference titles and earned two trips to the Final Four (1988 and 1994).
Condon also has experience with basketball athletic training with USA Basketball (1986, 1988 and 1991), the Los Angeles Summer Pro League (1992), the Desert Classic (1993-95) and four NBA Chicago pre-draft camps.
He was the assistant football and head baseball rainer at the University of Iowa from 1981-85. Prior to that, he worked as the assistant football and head wrestling and baseball trainer at West Point from 1978-81.
From 1995-99, Condon worked for the Athletico Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy in Chicago, Ill.
A native of Iowa, City, Iowa, Condon graduated with a bachelor's degree in health education from Northwest Missouri State University and a master's degree in physical education from the University of Iowa. He is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).