Named to the SoCon All-Conference First Team... earned SoCon All-Tournament Team honors for scoring in both the first round and semifinal games... Played and started in all 21 games.... played 1,736 minutes and 10 complete games... scored her first goal of the season in a 1-1 draw against Elon (Sept. 13)... had her only mulit-goal game of the season at Wofford (Oct. 5)... scored three game winning goals this season; Wofford (Oct. 5), VMI (Oct. 25) and Western Carolina (Oct. 31)... had a career-high two assists against The Citadel (Oct. 18)... finished the season on a four-game scoring streak... scored UNCG's only goal in the SoCon semifinals at Furman (Nov. 6)... finished the season with a team-best eight goals, two assists and 18 points... ended the season ranekd second in the SoCon in shots, third in shots per game, tied for sixth in points, seventh in points per game, third in goals, fifth in goals per game and fifth in game-winning goals... ended her career with 33 goal, 13 game-winning goals and 11 assists for 77 points.
Named to the SoCon All-Conference first team ... Started all 20 games ... Finished with a career high in goals (15), assists (7), points (37), shots (83) and game-winning goals (6) ... Her 15 goals is tied for fifth best in school history ... Her 37 points is fifth best all alone in school history ... Scored the game-winning goal at Liberty (Aug. 26) ... Added an assist to setup the winning goal against Army (Aug. 29) ... Named SoCon Student Athlete of the Week (Sept. 4) ... Scored her second career two-goal game versus Indiana State (Sept. 5) ... Added her third career two-goal game against NC State (Sept. 14) ... scored the game-winner against High Point (Sept. 19) and James Madison (Sept. 21) ... Named Blue Chip Performer (Sept. 22) and SoCon Player of the Week (Sept. 23) ... Earned her fourth career two-goal game at The Citadel (Sept. 28) with an assist ... Scored a penalty kick and added an assist at VMI (Oct. 5) ... Played in 13 complete games ... Named SoCon Player of the Month (September) ... Scored her first career hat-trick against Chattanooga (Oct. 10) and added an assist ... Had the game-winning goal at Western Carolina (Oct. 17) ... Scored against Furman (Oct. 24) ... Added assists at ETSU (Oct. 19) and Wofford (Oct. 26) ... Picked up an assist in the SoCon quarterfinal game at ETSU (Nov. 2) ... Played the second most minutes with 1,685 ... Awarded a SoCon Commissioner’s Medal (3.5 GPA or higher) ... Made the SoCon honor roll.
Named second team All-Conference after leading the team with six goals and an assist for 13 points … Appeared in all 20 games, starting 19 at forward and played some in the midfield … Had the game-winning goal in double overtime at Hawai’i (Aug. 23) … scored her second goal at High Point (Sept. 6) … added a goal in conference play against Appalachian State (Sept. 26) … Picked up her first career two-goal game at The Citadel (Oct. 6) … Scored her career-high sixth tally against Elon (Oct. 30) … Led the team with 49 shots, including 23 on goal … Played every minute in six games, including two overtime contests … Fourth on the team in minutes played … Has 11 goals in two seasons ... Named to the Academic All-Southern Conference team.
Named to the SoCon all-freshman team ... One of nine Spartans to start all 20 games … Started her first collegiate game against Georgia (Aug. 17), playing every minute in double overtime … Scored first career game-winning goal against then-No. 7 Wake Forest (Aug. 24) … Added a goal against UNC Asheville (Aug. 26) ... Named SoCon women’s soccer Player of the Week (Aug. 28) … Scored the first goal against Santa Clara (Sept. 14) … Picked up her fourth goal of the season with her second game-winning goal against College of Charleston (Sept. 28) in overtime … Assisted on the game-winning goal against The Citadel (Sept. 30) … Scored her fifth goal and third game-winning strike against Davidson (Oct. 12) … Played every minute in 10 games, including three overtime contests … Tied for the team lead in goals with five and tied for second in points with 11 … Took a team high 37 shots with 13 on goal.
Four-year varsity letter winner at Franklin High School … Team captain senior year helping lead the team to a ‘perfect’ season … Four-year varsity starter … Part of the 2011 Tennessee state championship team finishing with a 24-0-0 record and ranked #1 in the NSCAA National Poll (fall girls) … Selected as a member of the NSCAA High School Girls all-region II (south) team 2010-11 … AA THSSCA all-state team 2009-11 … All District team for District II AAA Girls Soccer 2009-11 … All-District most valuable offensive player in 2009 and 2011 … The Tennessean first team all-midstate 2009-10 … The Tennessean first team all-midstate player of the year in 2011 … ESPN Rise fall top players in Tennessee in 2010 … Finished the 2011 season with 43 goals (second most in school history) and 6 assists … recorded 107 career goals (second most in school history) and 25 career assists at Franklin High School … Played club soccer for the Brentwood soccer club … 2012 Region III Champions and National finalists …2011 Region III finalists … 2010 region III semi-finalists … Tennessee state champions 2009-11.
Chesney Leigh White … Born May 29, 1994 in Austin, Texas … Daughter of Terry and Christine White … Has three siblings, Jiliana White, Hudson White and Harper White … Major is nursing.