|| George White
One of a select group of BCS Conference coaches chosen to coach annually at Fab Frosh All America Camp, the nationally prominent summer camp, George White enters his second season as the Director of External Relations for the men's basketball staff.
Possessing a significant track record in all aspects of coaching, scouting, game preparation, and player evaluation, White is also heavily involved with the marketing of the program including areas such as ticketing policy and promotion, community relations and all fundraising and cultivation of key constituents. He also oversees the development and promotion of the Cage Club, 6th Man Club and all special events, as well as on and offline publications and initiatives.
White also coordinates interaction between the athletic and university administration and media and public relations. In addition to initiating the Career Development Program and lecturing at and assisting in the management of summer camps, he is involved with many operational aspects of the program.
White comes to The Farm from Rider University, where he served as an assistant coach in 2005-06. Before his stint at Rider, White spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Metropolitan State College, helping guide the Roadrunners to a No. 1 national ranking while reaching the NCAA Division II Final Four in 2004 and Elite Eight in 2005.
White also served as the head coach at Ursinus College, where he led the Bears to two consecutive playoff appearances. In his six seasons at the helm, four players scored over 1,000 career points, one earned All-America honors and all of his four-year players graduated.
A 1983 graduate of Harvard, White was a four-year letterwinner for the Crimson and served as team captain during his senior year. A two-year starter, White was named Harvard's Top Defensive Player.
A native of Philadelphia, Pa., White also served as an assistant coach at St. Joseph's University.
White has worked with the Denver Nuggets organization as Assistant to the President and scouted college players for the team. White also possesses significant management, marketing and finance experience outside of athletics.
White is currently pursuing a Master's degree in Sports Leadership from Duquesne University.
Along with his wife, Barbara, White resides in San Mateo with their children, Hannah, Jacob and Dalton.