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Wes White
Wes  White

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Oak Grove, Mo.

High School:
William Chrisman HS

Last College:
Missouri - Kansas City

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 175

Position:
Midfielder


2016 (Junior):Was third on the team in scoring last season...Played in 19 games with 10 starts for a total of 846 minutes...Scored three goals with two of those coming in CCU's win over Georgia State to give Coastal the regular season Sun Belt title...His second goal in the match was the game-winner...Took 20 shots on the season with 10 of those on goal … Prior to Coastal Carolina: Came to Coastal as a rising junior after spending three seasons, including a redshirt year, at UMKC… At UMKC: 2015 (Sophomore): Scored a team-high five goals, and added two assists for a team-best 12 points … Attempted a combined 19 shots on the season with eight falling on frame for a .421 shot on goal percentage … Scored four goals on five shot attempts against Western Athletics Conference competition … 2014 (Redshirt Freshman): Led UMKC in points (12), tied the team lead in goals (4), and ranked second in assists (4), while playing and starting 17 games, mostly at forward ... He was the WAC Player of the Week on Oct. 27 after scoring a goal and adding two assists in an undefeated weekend with victories against Seattle and Utah Valley ... Scored his first career double (two goals) in the WAC Quarterfinal round win over San Jose State … Took a season-high six shots against San Jose State the first meeting … 2013 (Freshman): Redshirted season, retaining year of NCAA eligibility … High School/Club: Rated as a three-star recruit by TopDrawerSoccer.com, played at William Chrisman High School for coach John Straub … Scored a school record 22 goals, earning first-team all-area, all-conference, and all-district accolades as a sophomore … Also grabbed honorable mention all-region for Western Missouri … Played in two games as a junior before suffering an injury that kept him out the rest of that year and all senior season … Played club for the Sporting KC Juniors and coach Jon Parry, while seeing action in five games with the Sporting Kansas City Reserves during the 2010-11 season.

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