2002: Pitched 2.2 innings, allowing only one hit and no runs while striking out one in UVa's 8-7 10-inning win over Virginia Tech (4/30) ... Pitched 3.0 complete innings and recorded two strikeouts against N.C. State (5/17) ... Went 2.2 innings on the mound in relief duty and recorded three strikeouts against #1 Clemson (5/12) ... Made his first appearance of the season when he pitched 1.1 inning, allowing two hits and one run against Western Carolina (2/23) ... Recorded a win when he pitched 5.0 innings, allowing three hits and no earned runs in UVa's 5-1 victory over Seton Hall (3/3) ... Made an appearance versus Charlotte (3/10) ... Appeared in Virginia's game at James Madison and pitched 1.0 inning (4/2) ... Appeared in a game versus #5 Wake Forest, pitched 1.0 inning and struck out two batters without giving up a run (4/14) ... Pitched 4.0 innings, striking out three against UNC-Greensboro (4/20).
2001: Recorded his first victory of the season after pitching 2.0 innings and tallied three strikeouts in Virginia's 13-10 victory over Liberty ... Posted his second win of the season after pitching 5.0 innings and allowing only one run on five hits with a strikeout in UVa's 6-3 victory over UNC-Greensboro (3/13) ... Pitched 2.0 scoreless innings and recorded three strikeouts en route to closing out the game in Virginia's 15-4 victory over Penn State (2/24) ... Started in UVa's 13-9 victory over Duke (3/19) after pitching 3.2 innings with one strikeout ... Made his first appearance of the season in Virginia's 10-3 victory over Navy (2/17).
2000: Had an immediate impact in UVa's pitching rotation as a first-year player ... Used in various pitching roles as a starter, a reliever and a closing pitcher ... Made his first career appearance as a Cavalier in Virginia's season-opening game at Louisiana State (2/12) ... Gathered his first collegiate victory as a pitcher at UVa after throwing 7.0 innings (a complete game) and recorded eight strikeouts against Princeton (3/14) in UVa's 11-5 victory ... Started and pitched 7.1 innings and tallied three strikeouts against Wake Forest (3/24) ... Pitched 3.1 innings and recorded three strikeouts against Clemson in the ACC Tournament (5/20) ... Recorded his first career strikeout in a Virginia uniform against George Mason (2/22) ... Pitched 6.1 innings in Virginia's 5-4 victory over Bucknell (2/26) where he recorded four strikeouts ... Pitched 3.0 innings against #1 Florida State (4/2) ... Closed-out Virginia's 12-3 victory over Duke (4/8) ... Pitched 3.2 innings and recorded two strikeouts against #6 ranked Clemson (5/14).
Personal & Prep: Four-year letterwinner at the Maret School where he played pitcher and infield ... Named Player of the Year in the Washington DC area by the USA Today (June 1999) ... Selected as a First-Team All-Metro player and tabbed the Game Star Player of the Week (May 10, 1999) by the Washington Post ... Selected as an All-USA Honorable Mention by the USA Today and a Second-Team All-Metro choice by the Washington Post in 1998 ... Named one of the nations top high school prospects and was an underclass runner-up for All-American honors by Collegiate Baseball in 1998 ... Earned All Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference honors (1997-99) ... Team captain at the Maret School in `99 where he was a Triple Crown Winner ... Guided his team to a 9th place finish in the region in the Washington Post's final rankings ... Named the Outstanding Offensive Player (1997), Outstanding Rookie of the Year (1996) and the Athlete of the Year (1995) at the Maret School ... played basketball (1995-98) and football (1995) at the Maret School ... Son of Judson and Piper Starr ... Chose Virginia because it is where he always wanted to go ... Enjoys listening to all types of music ... Born May 14, 1981 in Washington D.C.
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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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