Dr. V. Rodney Enos
Was born september 28, 1928, in Hope, Kan. Attended high school at St. Marys (Kan.). Earned 12 varsity letters in athletics. Received an A.B. In physical education from Baker University in 1950. Earned 11 varsity letters: football (2), basketball (4), track (3), and baseball (2). Was all-conference honorable mention in basketball as a senior. Was historian and president of Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Served as secretary of the B Club; treasurer and secretary of the BU Athletic Association; and treasurer in his freshman, sophomore, and senior years. Was elected Popularity King as a senior. Earned an M.S in 1958 from Kansas State University and an ED.D in 1964 from Washington State University. Coached for eight years at the high school level in Kansas. Coached two years at the community college level as head football and wrestling coach and assistant track coach.
His 1961 football team was ranked third nationally. Served from 1962 to 1964 at Washington State University as defensive coordinator (two years) and head track coach (one year). Track team finished sixth in the NCAA championships. Was head football coach at Whitworth College from 1965-1968. Also served as wrestling coach and assistant track coach. Served as personal scout for the San Francisco 49ers, as a game scout for Washington State and served as president of the Northwest Association of Community and Junior Colleges. In community college administration: served as dean, assistant to the district president, and campus president of three institutions for a total of nine years. Married to Beverly McKee Enos, ‘52.