New Mexico's first left-handed player since 1990... is considered by many coaches nation wide to be one of the most improved college players nationwide from freshman to senior...plays lefty...is a fighter who has learned to play more aggressively...is also a consistent player and has good mix with both consistent game style and aggressive... underwent wrist surgery in summer of '07.
2008-09: White played some of the best tennis of her career this season posting a 22-10 overall record...ended spring play 17-7, posting the best record on the team...was 18-0 when she won the first set and 5-2 when she split sets...won the last nine of her 11 sets and went 8-1 after March 27th.
White was named to the MWC All-Conference list in singles for the 2009 season...senior tied with Chris Hoffee at No. 12 on New Mexico's most career singles wins with 74.
In doubles play White went 8-16 overall earning the most wins with partner Emma Hayman going 6-7.
Off the court White is the vice president of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee and is New Mexico's only SAAC representative. She was twice named to the MWC Academic All-Conference Team in 2006 and 2007. White earned ITA Scholar Athlete honors in 2006 and 2008. The senior was awarded the ITA/Arthur Ashe Award for Leadership and Sportsmanship for the central region.
White ends her collegiate career with a singles record of 74-53 and a doubles record of 48-53.
2007-08: Finished the season 16-14 in singles overall and 16-12 overall in doubles...went 10-11 in singles during the spring spending most of her time at the No. 2 spot...had a doubles record of 10-6 in the spring playing primarily at the No. 2 spot with Jennifer Ryba and Maria Sotirchos.
Fall 2007: Won first five singles matches of the season... collected marks of 6-3 in singles and 6-6 in doubles.
2006-07: Named to the MWC Academic all-conference team... Went 10-2 in the fall to finish with a 24-9 record in singles... finished 11-4 playing at the No. 3 spot... in doubles, played primarily with partners Nora Quintal and Jennifer Ryba, finishing 16-13 overall... had a 3-1 record with Quintal as part of a 10-6 overall fall record... finished 3-1 with Ryba, playing the No. 3 spot in the spring... honored with team award Most Improved Player... serves as UNM's vice president and MWC representative of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).
2005-06: ITA Scholar Athlete... named to the MWC Academic all-conference team... finished her first season as a Lobo with an overall singles record of 18-15... played most of her singles competitions during the spring season at the No. 6 spot where she recorded a 7-7 record... honored at the National Student-Athlete Day... won the consolation bracket of the ITA Summer Circuit Tournament 2006... honored with team Spirit Award.
High School: Lettered all four years in tennis at Murphy High School... captured the 6A state champion title in singles as a junior and in doubles as a senior... was the 2004 Alabama Junior State Closed Champion in singles and doubles... highest national singles ranking for Girl's 18 is No. 105... was named the 2005 Kiwanis Rotary Club and Optimist's Club Tennis Player of the Year... also earned Rotary Club Player of the Year honors in 2003 and 2004... a member of the National Honor Society and ended high school with a 4.2 GPA.
Personal: Born on October 8, 1986, in Louisville, Ky.... parents are Kevin and Melissa White... has one sister, Miranda... favorite food is crawfish, crabs and gnocchi... returned Andy Roddick's serve... major is Nutrition.