One of the most athletic players to ever compete at SDSU... Never shot below 56 percent from the field and leaves as the school's all-time leader in career field-goal percentage (60.0 percent).
At San Diego State
Played in 134 games, while making 124 starts... Became the 25th member, and the 17th in the Division I era, to score 1,000 career points (1,294)... Produced 64 double-digit scoring games and eight double-figure rebounding performances... Registered five career double-doubles, including three in his last four games... Led the team in scoring and rebounding 21 times... SDSU Division I career rankings: first in field-goal percentage, first in games started, second in games played, fourth in field goals, fifth in points, fifth in steals, sixth in blocks, sixth in minutes played, 10th in rebounds, 11th in field goal attempts, 15th in free throws, 16th in free throws attempted.
As A Senior (2010-11 Season)
MWC Rankings: 9th in blocked shots, 9th in offensive rebounds, 20th in rebounding
Honorable mention all-MWC and MWC all-tournament team choice... Ended his career by scoring in double figures in seven straight games and it included three consecutive double-doubles, marking the first time he had ever accomplished the feat... Over his last 13 games, he shot 81.4 percent from the free-throw line (35-43)... Reached double figures in scoring 19 times, including three 20-point efforts, and in rebounding three times... Led the team in scoring six times, in rebounding three times and in assists four times... Shot 56.18 percent from the field, a mark that ranks 16th in SDSU Division I single-season history... Scored a career-high 30 points on a personal-best 14 field goals and grabbed nine rebounds at No. 11/12 Gonzaga... Went off for a game-high 24 points and scored nine points during a key 14-0 second-half run, which covered 71 seconds, vs. Wichita State (12-4-10)... Had a team- and career-best four assists and added 10 points at California (12-8-10)... Scored 10 points, while knocking down a career-high two three-pointers, vs. UNLV (1-12-11)... Blocked a season-high three shots at New Mexico (1-15-11)... Made a career-high two three-point field goals to finish with 12 points vs. Air Force (1-19-11)... Scored a game-high 19 points on a career-high nine free throws (9-10) vs. TCU (2-5-11)... Scored a game-high 15 points vs. Utah (2-8-11)... Finished with 13 points (6-6 FG), five rebounds and a season-high three blocks vs. Colorado State (3-5-11)... Nearly posted a double-double vs. Utah in the MWC quarterfinals vs. Utah (3-10-11) with 11 points and nine rebounds... Had 12 points in the MWC semifinal win at UNLV (3-11-11)... Posted his first double-double of the season vs. No. 8/8 BYU (3-12-11) in the MWC title game with a team-high 21 points and 12 rebounds; added a career-high five steals... Put up another double-double vs. Northern Colorado (3-17-11) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament with 12 points and a career-high 13 rebounds... Had another double-double (team-high 16 points, career-high 13 rebounds) vs. Temple (3-19-11) in the third round of the NCAAs... Scored 14 points in the NCAA regional semifinals vs. Connecticut (3-24-11).
As A Junior (2009-10 Season)
MWC Rankings: 1st in field goal percentage, 9th in offensive rebounding, 16th in scoring, 19th in rebounding
Honorable mention all-MWC... MWC all-tournament team pick... Scored in double figures 17 times and had done so a career-best nine consecutive games dating back to 2008-09 until it was broken at San Diego (12-2-09)... Posted three 20-point outings, the second most on the team... Made a career-best 12 straight free-throw attempts (broken at USD)... Led the team in scoring eight times... Was the team's leading rebounder on three occasions... Recorded 14 points and a career-high tying four assists vs. CS Fullerton (12-9-09)... Pulled down a 10 rebounds at Arizona State (12-19-09)... Went for 16 points and nine rebounds at Drake (12-22-09)... Posted a game-high 13 points vs. UC Riverside (12-29-09)... Put up 16 points vs. TCU (1-16-10)... Recorded a career-high five steals vs. BYU (1-23-10)... Made a career-high nine free throws en route to a game-high 19 points vs. No. 23/25 UNLV (2-13-10)... Went for 17 points and a game-high nine rebounds at TCU (2-16-10)... Finished with 11 points, a team-high six rebounds, a career-high four assists and a season-best two blocked shots at No. 13/11 BYU (2-24-10)... Scored a team-best 15 points (6-11 FG) vs. CSU (3-11-10) in the MWC quarters... Lit up No. 8/8 New Mexico (3-12-10) with 28 points (11-14 FG, 1-1 3FG, 5-5 FT) in the MWC semifinals.
As A Sophomore (2008-09 Season)
MWC Rankings: 1st in field goal percentage, 7th in blocked shots
All-MWC honorable mention... Team leader in blocks... Scored in double figures 13 times... Led the team in scoring and rebounding five times apiece... Recorded 12 points vs. No. 15 Arizona State (11-18-08)... Tallied 12 points in the championship game of the Great Alaska Shootout vs. Hampton (11-29-08)... Contributed 11 points and a season-high tying two blocks at Air Force (1-3-09)... Had 16 points and eight rebounds at Wyoming (1-14-09)... Scored a game-high 15 points and added a career-high four assists vs. Air Force (2-7-09)... Had a perfect shooting night vs. Wyoming (2-14-09) after going 12-for-12 from the field en route to 24 points and establishing a new school and MWC record... Also contributed a game- and season-high eight rebounds, a career-high four blocked shots and two steals against the Cowboys... Suffered a sprained right knee in the opening minute at New Mexico (2-21-09) and did not return... Returned from injury vs. UNLV (3-7-09) and connected on his only field goal to extend his consecutive field-goals made streak to 20... Made his first two field goal attempts at UNLV in the MWC quarterfinals (3-12-09) to run his consecutive field-goals streak to 22 before missing on his third attempt of the game... Had 15 points and three blocks vs. Kansas State (3-20-09) in the second round of the NIT... Led the team in scoring with 17 points and recorded four rebounds vs. Saint Mary's (3-25-09) in the quarterfinals of the NIT.
As A Freshman (2007-08 Season)
MWC Rankings: 1st in offensive rebounds, t-7th in steals, 9th in rebounding, 19th in minutes played
Named MWC freshman of the year, while garnering third-team all-league honors... Became the first freshman in MWC history to earn player of the week honors twice in a season... Made a starter in just his fourth game... Led the team in blocked shots, steals and field-goal percentage... Led all MWC freshmen in scoring and rebounding average... His field-goal percentage was the best in a single season in SDSU's Division I history... Landed in the top 10 in multiple categories on the school's Division I era freshman season records list, including first in field-goal percentage, third in minutes played, fourth in rebounds, steals and blocks, sixth in rebound average, seventh in field goals and ninth in points... Scored in double figures on 14 occasions and added two double-digit rebounding games, giving him a pair of double-doubles for the season... Led the team in scoring twice and in rebounding 10 times... In his first game, he had 13 points and seven rebounds vs. Liberty (11-9-07)... Started his first career game vs. UCSD (11-17-07) and posted 20 points... Had a season-best four steals at San Diego (11-19-07) and at LMU (11-28-07)... Recorded 13 points and added team highs of eight rebounds and four assists vs. Western Michigan (12-1-07)... Had a 17-point effort vs. Navy (12-17-07)... Scored 12 points, including the game-tying and game-winning baskets in the overtime victory over Sam Houston State (12-28-07)... Notched his first career double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds, and had a career-high four blocks at Colorado State (1-29-08)... Had a game-high 19 points and 12 rebounds at Wyoming (2-19-08)... Recorded 15 points, eight rebounds, three steals and a career-high tying four blocks vs. BYU (2-23-08)... Had 16 points and seven rebounds vs. CSU (3-1-08)... Totaled 12 points and eight rebounds in the MWC semifinals against BYU (3-14-08).
Finished his senior year as the Southeast League's Sunrise Region MVP... Averaged 20.7 points, 14.0 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 2.3 blocks as a senior... In the postseason he averaged 24.0 points and 17.8 rebounds in five games... Was named a Nevada Class 4A all-state first-team selection... Guided his team to a No. 6 state ranking according to MaxPreps.com after Green Valley finished at 22-7 overall (11-3 Sunrise - Southeast League) and appeared in the state tournament... Was a three-time MVP... As a junior, he led the Gators to a No. 19 state ranking in the final MaxPreps.com poll... Averaged 12.4 points, 8.0 rebounds, 7.8 assists and 4.0 blocks, and as a sophomore averaged 17.0 points, 9.0 rebounds and 3.0 blocks... A "high-level athlete," the 38th-best small forward in the nation and the No. 130 player in America by Rivals.com... Scout.com described White as a three-star, high-major recruit, who is an explosive, versatile lefty that can play away from the basket or post up smaller players... Considered Arizona, Kentucky, LSU, Memphis, USC, UCLA, UNLV and Washington before signing with SDSU.