Sue Enquist
former Head Coach, University of California, Los Angeles

Sue Enquist
Sue Enquist spent 37 years at UCLA as a player, coach, and administrator.

In 2006, she retired as the winningest coach among all NCAA Division I Softball programs. She has more national championship titles (11) than anyone in Division I Softball history and has coached more Collegiate Softball Olympians (15) than anyone in NCAA Softball history.

As a player, Enquist held UCLA’s career batting title for over two decades, with a .401 average. She was UCLA’s first All-American in softball and was a member of the first UCLA softball national championship team. Enquist also played on the USA national softball team earning a World Championship gold medal in 1978.

As an administrator, Enquist co-developed the John Wooden Leadership Academy in the UCLA Athletics Department for student athletes and coaches. She was also a member of the inaugural 1993-96 USA softball national team staff, which prepared the team for Olympic gold in the Atlanta games.

Enquist owns two businesses, Sue Enquist Coaching, LLC and, which provide a leadership curriculum for corporations and educational institutions. She has made presentations to the United States Olympic Committee, ESPN, espnW, the Los Angeles Dodgers, Toyota, Adidas, Wilson, Louisville Slugger and many others. Enquist is also a consultant for multiple corporations regarding safety, design and innovation in the sporting goods industry.

Enquist frequently serves as an expert witness in Title IX cases and is the recruiting education director for the National Collegiate Scouting Association. She serves on several boards, including espnW, National Pro Fastpitch, the Women’s Coaches Alliance, Women in Sport & Events and the Natasha Watley Foundation.