Photographs from Pepperdine's home game vs. Loyola Marymount on Sept. 11.
PEPPERDINE 2012: Redshirted, did not play for Pepperdine.
PEPPERDINE 2011:As a junior White finished fifth on the team with 23 goals ... He also tallied 16 saves and 16 steals as he appeared in all 26 games ... Had a season high three goals in a 14-11 victory over Pacific (9/18) in the NorCal Tournament and also had a hat trick in a 12-6 victory at Santa Clara (10/8)... Had a season high six game scoring streak .... Finished off the season scoring in each of the Waves' last five games ... Scored in each of the three MPSF Tournament contests for the Waves ... Also had one in a key 7-6 victory over UC Santa Barbara (9/18) in the NorCal Tournament.
PEPPERDINE 2010:Ranked 17th in the MPSF with 1.44 goals per game ... Led Pepperdine with 36 goals and notched a season-best three scores in games vs. Claremont, Santa Clara, Long Beach State and twice against UC Irvine ... His three-goal night at Long Beach helped the Waves clinch their spot in the MPSF Championship ... Posted a five multi-goal game scoring streak from Oct. 3 to 17, in which he netted 12 goals ... Scored four goals at the MPSFs, finding the back of the net twice in contests vs. UC Irvine and Pacific ... Appeared in 25 of 27 games ... Finished third on the team with 23 assists and 29 steals.
PEPPERDINE 2009:Was Pepperdine's highest-scoring freshman with 11 goals ... All of his scoring came in the season's final seven games ... Scored five goals at the MPSF Tournament, with three against Pacific and two against UC Irvine ... Also scored twice in conference play at UC Irvine and vs. UC Santa Barbara.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Rio Mesa High School, located in Oxnard, Calif., in 2009 ... Played four years of varsity water polo ... Named 2008 Division VI CIF Player of the Year ... A two-time Pacific View League MVP and All-CIF first teamer ... A four-time All-Pacific View League selection (three times on first team) ... Recorded 341 career goals, 203 steals and 115 assists ... Helped lead team to 2008 Pacific View League championship and CIF Division VI finals ... A four-year varsity swimmer who helped school win league championship all four years ... Broke school's 100 breaststroke record and won a league title... Also lettered in basketball ... Selected as school's Athlete of the Year as a senior.
USA: Played on the Cadet National Team in 2007 and won a gold medal at the Youth Pan American Games ... Was on the Junior National Team in 2008 and 2009 and was an alternate on the Junior World Championships squad ... Competed at the 2010 Junior Pan American Games in Miami, Fla.
CLUB: Member of the Santa Barbara Water Polo Club (U16 and U18) ... Helped team to a second-place finish at the 2007 Florida International Tournament ... Team captain from 2007-09 ... Two-time ODP champions for Coastal California.
PERSONAL: Born in Camarillo, Calif. ... Son of Elaine DiDomizio and Chris White ... Brother of Ashley and Brittany ... A cousin, Don DiDomizio, won a College World Series championship with USC baseball in 1998 ... Has worked with the Special Olympics and "gained a lot for respect for them and I personally matured in the process" ... Majoring in advertising ... Chose Pepperdine because "I loved the team's brotherhood, the coaches and the overall atmosphere of the school and its students as well as its Christian ethics."
FAVORITES: Enjoys eating, going to the beach, playing football with his cousins and snowboarding ... Favorite pro athletes are Matt Kemp and Kobe Bryant ... Favorite pro sports teams are the Los Angeles Dodgers and Lakers ... Favorite book is Lone Survivor ... Favorite TV show is Family Guy ... Favorite movie is Boondock Saints ... Favorite musical artist is AC/DC ... Favorite food is sushi ... Favorite sport other than water polo is football ... Favorite things about water polo are that "I love the thrill of the game, every game brings a new challenge and every new challenge makes one a better player. I also love the aspect of playing with others and sharing the victory while gaining great friendships."