Kevin White
Kevin  White


Brooklyn, N.Y.

High School:
Abraham Lincoln H.S.

Last College:
Technical Career Institutes



"Kevin is a young man that we targeted early in our recruiting process. All great teams have strong point guard play. Kevin has demonstrated his ability to make unselfish plays for his teammates and be a great leader," said head coach Frankie Allen.

2010-11: Became University of Maryland Eastern Shore's all-time leader in assists, getting 162 this season to lead team for career mark of 334 ... had nine-assist games four times ... team leader in steals with 38 ... only Hawk to start all 31 games ... third on the team with 8.8 points a game, getting 12 double-digit point contests ... shot 73.7% from the free throw line ... scored 19 points with seven assists on road against American (11/17) ... dished eight assists with 16 points in win over Florida A&M (1/15) ... had season high 22 points off 8-15 shooting and eight assists vs. Norfolk State (2/5) ... scored 22 points plus seven assists in MEAC Tournament victory over Florida A&M (3/7).

2009-10: Named team's Most Valuable Player ... Broke school's single season assist record with 172 ... Appeared in all 32 games for the Hawks, starting 30 ... Averaged 9.5 points, 5.4 assists and 1.3 steals per contest ... Hispanic College Fund Challenge All-Tournament Team member ... MEAC Defensive Player of the Week (Dec. 28, 2009)

Junior College: Averaged 18 points and 9.5 assists per outing for Technical Career Institutes last season, which was good for second in the nation ... Helped lead TCI to a 22-9 record in 2008-09.

High School: Had 17 assists in a game for Abraham Lincoln H.S. ... Team played in the N.Y. State Championship game in Madison Square Garden.

Personal: Born on July 9, 1987 in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... Son of Kevin White Sr. and Shele Toney ... Has one sister, Heavin, and four brothers, Raekwon, Kevin, Justin and Jalen ... Is an Exercise Science Major ... Best sports moment was his freshman year at Technical Career Institutes when his team was down 30 points at half time against Globe and he personally had one point. His team ended up winning and he finished with 27 points and 12 assists. ... Lists his most influential person as his former coach Kevin Jackson because he believed in him when others lost hope. ... After graduation he plans to play in the NBA or overseas and eventually become a coach ... Best advice received is "Pursue the things you love doing and do them so well that people can't take their eyes off of you." ... Favorite Book/Author is True to the Game by Teri Wood ... Favorite movie is Love & Basketball ... Athletic goal for the season is to make the NCAA Tournament and be the best point guard in the MEAC Conference ... Athletic goal before graduation is to lead the nation in assists and make the NCAA Tournament.

Career Highs
Points: 23 (vs. Coppin State, March 10, 2010)
Rebounds: 9 (vs. Coppin State, March 10, 2010)
Steals: 4, twice (Last: at North Carolina Central, Feb. 10, 2010)
Assists: 12 (vs. Hampton, Feb. 1, 2010)
Blocks: 1 (five times, last: @ South Carolina State, Jan. 8, 2011)
Minutes: 42 (@ Howard, Feb. 27, 2010)

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