AT VIRGINIA: 2002?Played in the first 13 games, winning 38.6 percent of his faceoffs ? had at least 10 attempts seven times ? took the opening draw against Drexel in the season?s first game ??won six of 13 faceoffs in the first extended action of his career in that game ? won five of eight attempts against Syracuse the next game ? played a big role in the win over North Carolina in Chapel Hill and was presented the game ball for his play ? took 16 faceoffs and won nine ? also scooped up seven ground balls, all career-high figures ? in the second and third quarters, he won seven of eight faceoffs to help the Cavaliers build a 10-6 lead ? won 83.3 percent (five of six) attempts against Butler. 2001?SMade seven appearances ... won 10 of 15 faceoffs (.667) ... won both faceoffs vs. Syracuse and had two ground balls ... took a season-high five faceoffs (won two) in win over Denver ... won all four draws against Radford ... snapped up a season-high three ground balls in that game. 2000-Played in three games ... saw his first collegiate action at Stony Brook, which is near his hometown, and won one of two faceoffs ... won the only faceoff he took in his next appearance against Radford ... also played vs. Butler.
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four times in lacrosse ... two-time team MVP ... named All-Long Island in 1998 and 1999 ... also lettered four times in football ... All-League in 1999 ... received ?George Toop Award for Emotional Leadership.?
PERSONAL: Son of Gayle and Richard Sullivan ... born 12-27-80 in Washington, D.C. ... brother, Jay, was a starting defenseman at Hofstra two years ago ... also has a younger brother Will ... member of National Honor Society in high school ... foreign affairs major.
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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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M. Lacrosse | 3/23/2017
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M. Lacrosse | 3/13/2017
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