Hall of Famers

Steve Stallworth

Steve Stallworth has had a distinguished career in Las Vegas, first on the gridiron and now in the sports and entertainment industry.

With nearly 30 years of experience, Stallworth currently serves as the general manager of the South Point Arena, Equestrian Center and Priefert Pavilion. The South Point Arena is a 4,500 seat multi-purpose arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The South Point Equestrian Center Complex, which includes two additional arenas as part of the Priefert Pavilion, is widely regarded as the premier equestrian facility in the United States. 

A natural leader with an infectious personality, his experience also includes being the vice president and general manager for the Orleans Arena and associate director of the Thomas & Mack Center, Sam Boyd Stadium and Cox Pavilion. Stallworth also was the director of sports marketing for the UNLV Athletic Department, director of corporate sales for the Canadian Football League's Las Vegas Posse, director of marketing and sales for the Arena Football League's Las Vegas Sting and the Continental Indoor Soccer League's Las Vegas Dust Devils.

A 1987 UNLV graduate in Communication Studies, Stallworth played quarterback for the UNLV Rebels football team from 1982-86. He was named team captain and received the scholar athlete award in 1985 and 1986. During his career at UNLV, Stallworth threw for 3,789 yards and 23 touchdowns. Stallworth was also named one of the top 100 athletes in the 100-year history of Yuma High School. 

Stallworth is very involved in community activities and is currently on the board of trustees for the Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame, Las Vegas Bowl, UNLV Football Foundation, Southern Nevada Sporting Event Committee and the Southern Nevada Conservancy. He is also a youth football coach and a former elected member of the Nevada State Board of Education.

Stallworth and his wife, Stephanie, have two children: Savannah and Stetson.

The Stallworth File

Born: August 12, 1964
Claim to Fame: Stallworth excelled at UNLV as a quarterback and student-athlete. He turned that drive and competitiveness into a successful career in the sports and entertainment industry in Las Vegas and is one of its most effective community leaders.