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Alfred H. "Al" Ogletree

Inducted: 1989

Best Known For: Baseball Coach


One of the greats of college baseball nationwide, he has been the heart and soul of the Bronc program for over 40 years.

Al Ogletree would eventually win 1,217 games with Pan American University after arriving in 1968, etching his and the school’s name into the record books when the Broncs advanced all the way to the College World Series in 1971, finishing fourth overall.

He was selected as the national Coach of the Year by The Sporting News in 1971, also winning that honor from three other organizations. Ogletree is a member of numerous honor halls, including at Texas A&M (where he played ball), the University of Dallas, and the Texas Sports Hall of Fame.

Though he retired in 1997, he is still a semi-regular at Bronc baseball games and recently published his hilarious and informative autobiography. Coach Al is truly one of a kind.