Jenny Condon

Jenny Condon

Player Profile

Associate Head Coach

Sixth Season

Jenny Condon enters her sixth year as an assistant coach with the Beavers.

Condon was promoted to Associate Head Coach during the summer of 2002 after receiving numerous head coaching offers with other universities.

Condon helped lead the Beavers to their first NCAA Tournament appearance in 1999. As a member of the 1999 OSU coaching staff, Condon, was honored with the Speedline Pacific Region Coaching Staff of the Year after Oregon State set a school record in wins with 47.

Condon left Oregon State to spend the 2000 campaign as an assistant coach at UNLV, but rejoined the Beaver staff in 2001.

Condon first arrived in Corvallis after spending the 1997 season as an assistant coach at Northwestern University. Prior to that position, she was an assistant at UNLV from 1994-96, when she helped guide the Rebels to a third-place finish in the 1995 Women's College World Series.

As a player, Condon received numerous accolades while serving as an outfielder for Iowa State. She earned All-American honors as a Cyclone and was named a GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-American twice. Condon is the school's all-time leader with 216 hits, 24 triples, 120 runs scored and a .351 batting average.

The most decorated softball player in Iowa State history, Condon was a three-time first team All-Big Eight selection and three-time All-Midwest Region pick.

For her efforts both on the field and in the classroom, Condon was inducted into the Iowa State Hall of Fame in 2003.

Condon is a two-time member of the U.S. National Team. In 1994, she helped the United States to a World Championship, and she was also a member of the 1995 Pan American Games gold medal team. She has played on three National Championship teams with the California Commotion, while being named an ASA All-American five times.

A native of Edina, MN, Condon earned a B.S. in physical education from Iowa State in 1991.

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