Utah State, '94
Curtis Condie returns to Utah Valley University for his second stint under coach Dick Hunsaker. Condie was at UVU from 2002-2006 and is back for his fifth season in 2013-14.
After his first tenure at Utah Valley, Condie spent one season as the head coach at Texas A&M International, leading the program to over triple the wins from the previous season and placing two players on the All-Heartland Conference Team.
From there he was at Louisiana Tech for four seasons including a 24-11 mark during the 2009-10 season. He also spent time as the head coach at Central Wyoming College before returning to Utah Valley.
Before joining Hunsaker's staff in 2002, Condie was a full-time assistant at Northern Arizona University. That year the Lumberjacks finished fourth in the Big Sky and qualified for the Big Sky tournament.
Condie is no stranger to Utah college basketball. Prior to his one-year term at Northern Arizona, he was an assistant at Snow College in Ephraim, Utah. He served as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at the school from 1998 to 2000. During his tenure, Snow claimed back-to-back SWAC basketball titles (1999 and 2000). The Badgers posted an 80-16 record during his three-year tenure.
Prior to Snow, Condie served as the boy's varsity basketball coach at Wasatch High School (Heber City) in 1997-98 and at South Sevier High School (Monroe, Utah) from 1994-97. He was named Utah AA Basketball Coach of the Year in 1996-97.
Condie began his collegiate coaching career at his alma mater, Utah State University. He was an administrative assistant in the 1993-94 season. He served under then-coach and current Colorado State coach Larry Eustachy. Eustachy was also an assistant under Hunsaker at Ball State.
Condie, a native of Alhambra, California, received his bachelor of science in physical education from Utah State University in 1994.
Prior to attending Utah state, Condie attended East Los Angeles College where he was the captain of the men's basketball team in 1984-85 and in 1987-88. In 1988 he led the South Coast Conference in three-point percentage at 58.9 percent.
He served an LDS Church mission in Nashville, Tennessee, from 1985 to 1987. Condie and his wife, Wendy, have four children, including daughters Taylor and Courtney and sons Anthony and Preston.