AT VIRGINIA: 2005--Started the season opener vs. Rhode Island and had two assists before suffering a season-ending knee injury in the second half. 2004--Appeared and started 18 games ... had four goals and four assists ... had first career assist vs. Miami ... scored first goal in nearly two years against Liberty on a career high eight shots ... scored game-winning goal at West Virginia ... had two goals and three assists in ACC Quarterfinaal win over Virginia Tech ... seven points against Virginia Tech tied the school and ACC Tournament single game records ... three assists tied ACC Tournament single game record. 2003--Missed entire season with an ACL injury and received a medical redshirt. 2002--Appeared in seven games, starting three ... scored her first collegiate goal in her first collegiate game vs. St. Joseph's ... scored in first half vs. Dartmouth ... tore ACL vs. William & Mary and missed remainder of the season.
PREP & PERSONAL: Four-year letterwinner at Walsh Jesuit High School ... finished her career at Walsh Jesuit with 138 goals and 80 assists for a total of 356 points ... all-time leader in goals scored in the state of Ohio ... 2001 NSCAA National Player of the Year ... two-time Parade All-American ... four-time first-team All-Ohio selection ... four-time Player of the Year by Cleveland Plain Dealer and Akron Beacon Journal ... also two-time Female Athlete of the Year ... helped lead Walsh Jesuit to two consecutive state championships her final two seasons ... two-time District Player of the Year ... played for Internationals Club team in Ohio ... a member of the U.S. U-16 Team and current member of the U-19 National Team ... born May 11, 1984, in Fairview Park, Ohio ... full name is Kristen Michelle Weiss ... daughter of Darlene and Michael Weiss ... has one older sister, Stephanie ... father was a member of the U.S. Junior Olympic Team from 1974-76 ... has already received call-ups with the U-21 and full National Team ... played in McDonald's High School All-America game with Kelly Hammond.
Cavalier Football Notebook: Duke WeekFootball9/29/16Sophomore Olamide Zaccheaus is the leading receiver for Virginia, which opens ACC play Saturday afternoon against Duke in Durham, N.C.Conte's Impact Continues to GrowFootball9/28/16In his second year as a Virginia starter, graduate student Nicholas Conte (44.2-yard average) ranks among the nation's top punters.Spirit of '76 Unites Basketball FamilyMen's Basketball9/27/16At the Virginia men's basketball reunion, the spotlight was on the 1975-76 team and the legacy of former head coach Terry Holland.
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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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