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Ross Condon
Ross  Condon

Springfield, Va.

Director of Operations


Alma Mater:
Villanova '07


Lions Face Penn Saturday at The Palestra

Penn State readies for first road game of the season.


Penn State Faces B.C. Wednesday

Lions have won four of last five ACC/Big Ten Challenge Games


Penn State Travels To Boston College Wednesday

Nittany Lions look for fourth win in last five Big Ten/ACC Challenge games

Ross Condon is in his second season as an assistant coach and his sixth overall with the Penn State men’s basketball program. He was the director of operations for the last four years before being elevated to assistant in May 2015. Condon previously served as an assistant coach under Patrick Chambers at Boston University and was a player at Villanova during Chambers’ tenure there as an assistant coach.

Condon is responsible for assisting with all aspects of the Nittany Lion program, including recruiting, game and practice preparation, scouting and player development.

Prior to his time Penn State, Condon spent two seasons at Boston University as an assistant coach on Chambers’ staff helping guide the Terriers to back-to-back 21-win seasons and postseason appearances both years. He worked specifically with the Terrier guards, including 2011 America East Player-of-the-Year John Holland, first-team all-conference guard Darryl Partin and all-conference rookie honoree D.J. Irving.

Leading up to his time at BU, Condon spent two years as the director of basketball operations for Radford University working under 2009 Big South Coach of the Year Brad Greenberg.

A walk-on member of Villanova’s basketball team from 2003-04 to 2006-07, Condon played the final three of those seasons under Chambers who was a Wildcat assistant coach at the time. While with the Wildcats, Condon was part of a squad that captured the 2005-06 Big East regular season title and made three straight appearances in the NCAA Tournament, reaching the Sweet 16 in 2005 and the Elite Eight in 2006.

Following his junior year at Villanova, Condon was selected to represent the United States at the 2006 World Maccabi Games in Australia, where he contributed to a team gold medal.

The Springfield, Va., native and former all-state high school player was an exemplary student-athlete at Villanova. Condon was a three-year selection to the Big East All-Academic Team and also served as the men’s basketball team’s representative to the university’s student-athlete advisory committee. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Villanova in May of 2007.

Condon married the former Mary Rabe in August 2016.


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