Darron Stiles
Darron Stiles
Year Inducted: 2010
Sports Played or Coached: Men's Golf, 1992-95

Darron Stiles was a four-year performer on the Moccasin golf team, including the 1995 squad that gave coach Charley Matlock his seventh national title in his final event as the Moccasins’ head coach.  Stiles improved his stroke average each season and was second on the team as a junior and senior.  He earned honorable mention All-America recognition in 1993 and was a third-team selection in 1994 and 1995.  He tied for fourth in the 1995 Sunshine State Conference to help the Moccasins win the SSC title and tied for 28th at the Division II Championship.  In the summer of 1995, he was the only Division II player selected to play on a team representing the United States in the USA vs. Japan Collegiate Golf Championship.  Playing professionally since 1995, Stiles has won over $1 million on both the PGA Tour and on the Nationwide Tour.  He has four tournament wins on the Nationwide Tour.