Jeremiah White
Jeremiah  White


Lansdowne, PA

High School:
The Haverford School

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 165

Forward / Midfielder



Watts Named to MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List

Deacon midfielder is one of 34 players named to the preseason watch list

About White... All-America Candidate ... one of the most prolific scorers in Wake Forest history ... a player who truly wants to win ... has grown into a positive role model for the younger players with his work ethic and desire ... has a knack for scoring big goals ... possesses blinding speed ... the only player in Wake Forest history to score ten or more goals in back-to-back seasons ... ready to show that he is a player that can compete on a national stage against top-flight talent in high-pressure games.

In 2002... Named to the ACC?s First Team for the second straight year ? played in 16 games with only seven starts due to injury ? the team?s leading scorer with 11 goals and five assists for a total of 27 points ? ranked fourth in the ACC in goals per game and points per game ? had an incredibly productive seasons despite battling injuries during the first half of the year ? because of injury, did not get into the starting lineup until October 29 vs. Gardner-Webb ? scored the game winning goal in the 88th minute in the NCAA Tournament against Old Dominion ? also had the game winners against Virginia, NC State, Duke and Georgia Southern ? had two goals at Duke in a 2-0 victory ? scored five goals in a six-game stretch, all as a reserve, against Maryland, William & Mary, NC State, Clemson and Elon ? also scored against Georgia Southern ? had two assists against Georgia Southern and one each against William & Mary, South Carolina and Gardner-Webb ? became the school?s third leading scorer in history during his junior year.

In 2001... The first Deacon to lead the ACC in scoring since Mark Erwin in 1983 ... a third-team All-American, first team All-ACC and All-South Region selection ? the team?s leading scorer with 15 goals and 37 points ? ranked 13th nationally in points and 16th in goals ? had a streak of nine straight games with a goal ? streak lasted from Sept. 25 through Nov. 6 against Gardner-Webb, NC State, Charlotte, Old Dominion, Davidson, High Point, North Carolina, Duke and Charleston Southern ? recorded his first career hat trick against Richmond ? had multiple-goal games against Charlotte and Duke ? had a goal and two assists against North Carolina ? missed two games following a head injury suffered in the Gardner-Webb game ? ranked eighth on Wake Forest?s all-time goal scorer list after his sophomore season.

In 2000... Made an immediate impact up front with three goals and two assists as a rookie ... scored his first collegiate goal at Charlotte on October 15, an overtime gamewinner ... posted his first career point on an assist against St. John?s ... added goals against Clemson in the ACC Tournament and High Point ... recorded an assist at Duke.

Background... Earned All-American status while at the Haverford School ... played on the Region I ODP and adidas ESP team ... named All-Delco Player of the Year and All-State as a senior ... a member of the FC Delco Club Team in Eastern Pennsylvania with WFU teammate Vicente Bastidas ... reached two Final Fours with FC Delco ... named All-East and All-Region ... played for Kevin Seits at the Haverford School and Mike Gorni with FC Delco.

Personal... An English major ... chose to attend Wake Forest over Duke, Clemson, Maryland and South Carolina ... the son of Jeremiah J. White Jr. and Judeith E. White ... born April 3, 1982 in Washington, D.C.

Career Statistics

Year	GP/GS	Sh	G	A	Pts	GWG
2000	16/12	24	3	2	8	1
2001	19/19	63	15	7	37	2
2002	17/7	51	11	5	27	5
Total	52/38	138	29	14	72	8
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