William Leon Barmore (born June 3, 1944) is a college women's basketball coach best known for his 35-year association with the Louisiana Tech University Lady Techsters. After five years as an assistant coach, he served as head coach from 1982 to 2002, serving the first three years as co-head coach with Sonja Hogg, who had begun the program in 1974. Upon his retirement, Barmore's .869 winning percentage was the best in major college basketball history (both men's and women's).

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  • William Leon Barmore (born June 3, 1944) is a college women's basketball coach best known for his 35-year association with the Louisiana Tech University Lady Techsters. After five years as an assistant coach, he served as head coach from 1982 to 2002, serving the first three years as co-head coach with Sonja Hogg, who had begun the program in 1974. Upon his retirement, Barmore's .869 winning percentage was the best in major college basketball history (both men's and women's). (en)
  • Leon Barmore, (nacido el 3 de junio de 1944 en Ruston, Luisiana) es un entrenador de baloncesto estadounidense que ejerció en la NCAA femenina. (es)
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  • 2nd Best winning percentage in basketball history (.869)
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  • NCAA Division I Women's Basketball champions
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  • Leon Barmore – championships, awards and honors
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  • William Leon Barmore (born June 3, 1944) is a college women's basketball coach best known for his 35-year association with the Louisiana Tech University Lady Techsters. After five years as an assistant coach, he served as head coach from 1982 to 2002, serving the first three years as co-head coach with Sonja Hogg, who had begun the program in 1974. Upon his retirement, Barmore's .869 winning percentage was the best in major college basketball history (both men's and women's). (en)
  • Leon Barmore, (nacido el 3 de junio de 1944 en Ruston, Luisiana) es un entrenador de baloncesto estadounidense que ejerció en la NCAA femenina. (es)
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