ENRIGHT, DAVID

DAVID ENRIGHT

Inducted:  August 7, 2004 in Indianapolis, IN

Date of Birth:  June 29, 1940 in Indianapolis, IN

High School Attended:  Indianapolis Manual Graduated:  1957

High School Honors:  Lettered in football; team captain; All-City, All-State 1957.

College Attended:  Purdue University 1960-1961

                           Butler University             Graduated:  1965
                           Butler University  MS                         1970

College Honors:  All-Conference 1965; leading rusher at Butler 1964 and 1965.

Professional Athletic Background:  Indianapolis Capitols 1968-1975; scout for Oakland Raiders.

Coaching Experience:  Assistant coach Broad Ripple HS, Indianapolis 1966-1972; head coach Hamilton Southeastern HS 1973-1981; head coach Bloomington South HS 1982-1986; head coach Perry Meridian HS 1987-1993; assistant coach Decatur Central HS 1994-2000; assistant coach Warren Central HS 2002-2004; overall head coaching record of 144-75-1.

Coaching Honors:  At Hamilton Southeastern - undefeated seasons in 1978, 1979, 1981, earning Rangeline Conference Championships each year; won 3 Sectionals, 2 Regionals, 1 State Runner-up, and 1 State Championship; at Bloomington - South Central Conference Championships 1983, 1985; won 2 Sectionals, 2 Regionals, reached final 4 in 1983 and 1985; IFCA Region 8 and Rangeline Conference Coach of the Year 1978, 1979, 1981; Hamilton County, Indianapolis Oldtimers, and Butler University Alumni Football Coach of the Year 1979, 1981. 

Outstanding Players Coached:  Issac Booth of Perry Meridian, U. of California, and Cleveland Browns; Robert Jackson of Perry Meridian, Western Kentucky, and Minnesota Vikings; Mike Neu of Perry Meridian, Ball State, and Arena Football; Aaron Gibson, Decatur Central, U. of Wisconsin, Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys.

Special Recognition:  Organized or contributed to youth football leagues at each of the schools where he was head coach; established live-in football camp traditions at each school; retired from teaching in 1999 after 33 years of service.

Family:  Wife, Betty; daughter, Kelly, and son, Kyle; 3 grandchildren.