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Enos Semore replaced Jack Baer in 1968, becoming the 5th head coach in Oklahoma history and leading the program through some of its most successful years.
During his 22-year tenure as coach, Semore's teams averaged 38.5 victories a year, claiming 9 conference championships and 2 conference tournament titles. Under his direction, the Sooners claimed 4 straight Big Eight titles while also making 5 consecutive trips to the College World Series from 1972–1976. His 1976 squad set a school record that still stands today with 62 victories.
The 851 victories he compiled while head coach of the Sooners still ranks first in the program's history. Semore retired after the 1989 season with a record of 851–370–1 while at OU. Semore's career winning percentage of .697 ranks in the top 50 all-time in NCAA Division I history.
Prior to coming to Oklahoma, Semore led Bacone College to a national championship in 1967.
He is a member of the Bacone College and Northeastern State Athletic Halls of Fame.