White was given a lot of credit for the team's overall improvement in speed and strength upon his arrival which ultimately led to Coastal winning the 2016 NCAA College World Series.
White came to Coastal after a stint at Western Carolina (Jan. 2013-June 2015). With the Catamounts, he supervised the strength & conditioning efforts for the baseball, softball, golf and cheerleading teams while also assisting with football, track & field and basketball with Newton assisting with football, basketball, track and women's soccer.
Prior to his time at WCU, White was at Georgia Tech working as a graduate assistant with the Yellow Jackets' Player Development. In addition to helping with the overall operation in the weight room, he primarily worked with the baseball program - a perennial power in the Southeast region - as well as working with football, golf and the cheerleading program.
A native of Lilburn, Ga., where he attended Brookwood High, White got his post-graduate start as an intern in the North Georgia College & State University weight room. He then made the move to Georgia Tech, all while pursuing his Master of Science degree in Sport Administration from Georgia State. He received his post-graduate degree in December of 2012.
White, who played collegiate baseball at both Chattahoochee Valley Community College and North Georgia College & State University, was an honors graduate from both institutions. He was named an Academic All-America selection by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) in 2007 and 2008 at CVCC, while also garnering second team Peach Belt Conference All-Academic honors at NGCSU.
White, who is CSCS and USAW Level I certified, additionally has baseball coaching experience, leading the Georgia Jayhawks 16 & under and Georgia Thunder 14 & under teams as the head coach while providing strength & conditioning expertise.
White and his wife, the former Kelli Gray, have a son, Eli.