Coastal's 13 All-Decade Team members led the Chanticleers to a combined 18 championships
2002: Led the nation in scoring with 27 goals and 63 points... Also had nine assists... Was the NSCAA/adidas Scholar Athlete of the Year and a second team All-American, the first-ever junior to earn the prestigious award... Was named to the Academic All-America First Team... Was named the Big South Male Athlete of the Year, as well as Men's Soccer Player of the Year... Had two hat tricks, against Elon Sept. 28 and versus East Carolina Oct. 16... Had six game-winning goals ...
2001: Was on the All-Big South Second Team and the conference All-Tournament team... Led the Chanticleers with eight goals and 17 points as a sophomore...Posted CCU's 1,000th goal in history at 29:42 of a match against Birmingham-Southern on November 11, 2001... Scored six goals in the final eight matches of the season after being slowed by a hamstring injury early in the year...
2000: Was the Big South Conference Rookie of the Year...Was a First Team All-Big South member...One of three players to start all 17 matches...Led Coastal with 10 goals, eight assists and 28 points...
Prior to Coastal: Is a 2000 graduate of Mzilikazi High School...Led team to 1999 Zimbabwe National High School Championship and Provincial High School Championship. Personal: Full name: Joseph Ngwenya.
White Leads CCU To 2OT Win Over Georgia State; CCU Co-Regular Season Champs and Top Seed in SBC Tournament