Coach White has served as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Centre College since joining the staff in 2008.
White has coached 19 First Team all-conference performers since joining the Colonel staff.
Under White’s supervision, the Colonel offense has established several school records in back-to-back seasons. Centre set a new record for most yards in a season in 2014 with 4,841 yards, topping the previous mark of 4,453 yards set by White and the Colonels in 2013. Centre also captured single-season program records with 833 total plays in 2014 with 445.3 yards per game in 2013.
In 2013, new individual single-game records were also established for most rushing yards (254), rushing touchdowns (5), and total touchdowns (6) by running back Harry Meisner, receptions (12) by wide receiver Austin Jones, and passing attempts (53) by quarterback Heath Haden. Meisner also set single-season program records with 24 touchdowns and 144 points in 2013, while Haden led the SAA in passing yards per game and completions.
White and the Colonel offense produced 1,000-yard rushers in back-to-back seasons in 2013 and ’14. Meisner tallied 1,036 rushing yards in 2013, while First Team All-SAA selection Nolan Coulter rushed for 1,162 yards in 2014, which paced the SAA and ranks third for a single season in program history. Prior to 2013, Centre’s last 1,000-yard rusher was Kris Garrett in 1995.
White and the Colonel offense also had a 1,000-yard receiver in 2014 in First Team All-SAA selection Max Mazza. Mazza set a single-season program record with 1,153 receiving yards, a figure that also led the SAA and ranked 17th in NCAA Division III.
Prior to his tenure at Centre, White was the quarterbacks coach at Belhaven University (Miss.). While at Belhaven, his quarterbacks led the nation in pass offense in 2006 with 343 yards per game and scored more than 32 points per game. In 2007, White’s quarterbacks threw for more than 350 yards per game, finished second in the country in pass offense and averaged 33 points per game.
White also coached at FCS Southeast Missouri State University from 2000 to 2004. The SEMO offense averaged more than 410 yards per game in the five seasons White was there. White was also the special teams coordinator at SEMO and annually had some of the top kicking units in the OVC. Coach White has also coached at Southwest Baptist University from 1998 to 1999 and was a graduate assistant at Louisiana Tech University (1997).
White earned a Bachelors Degree in Exercise and Sports Science with a minor in Political Science from Texas State University in San Marcos in 1997. Coach White was a quarterback at Texas A&M University–Commerce from 1991 to 1993.
Coach White, and his wife, Meredith live in Danville with their two children, Emily and Tucker.