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B.S. Business – Oakland City University 1970
Terry Enlow took over the Women’s Basketball coaching duties beginning with the 2014-2015 season, following the departure of Jessica Mehringer. Coach Enlow returns to the coaching ranks after 30+ years in school administration as a School Superintendent and a Principal.
Coach Enlow started his coaching career at Waldron High School near Shelbyville, Indiana and concluded his coaching days at Crawford County High School in Marengo, IN.
Enlow’s coaching record includes four conference championships, five sectional championships, one regional championship and one final eight appearance, where his Crawford County team dropped a heartbreaking 60-59 one point loss to No. 1 ranked New Albany HS in the final game of then single class IHSAA Evansville Semi-State.
Coach Enlow stated: “I am excited to return to coaching, especially at the women’s collegiate level. I see it as an opportunity to have a positive Christian influence on student athletes. I hope to use my experience to assist them as they continue the maturing process and at the same time I hope they will influence me to be more young at heart.”
Enlow is a 1970 graduate of OCU where he played baseball for the Mighty Oaks. He is married to his high school sweetheart, Marilyn, also a 1970 OCU graduate and a recently retired professor from the OCU School of Business. They are the parents of three grown children and have seven grandchildren.