#4 Courtney White
|HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL (LAST SCHOOL)||Savannah, Tenn./Hardin County HS|
2011 (SOPHOMORE): Named TranSouth Scholar-Athlete … Played in 39 games with 27 starts, including 19 at second base … Batted .234 with 15 hits, including three doubles and one home run, driving in eight runs … Hit first career home run with inside-the-park homer against host Lions in Bryan College Invitational … Also scored after being hit by pitch … Registered double and two runs scored in doubleheader against Indiana Wesleyan … Produced RBI single and stole a base in second game against Christian Brothers, beginning five-game hitting streak … Doubled and scored a run versus Mid-Continent … Recorded a hit, including one double, in all three games played at Boombah Smash Hit Tournament, driving in four runs … Tallied hits against Oklahoma Baptist and Central Methodist in Gulf Coast Invitational … Drove in run with hit in first game against Martin Methodist … Recorded hit in only at-bat against Bethel Univ. … Delivered pinch-hit single at Union Univ. and singled at Blue Mountain … Hit by a pitch and scored against Martin Methodist in TranSouth Championships.
2010 (FRESHMAN): Played in only 11 games with seven starts at second base because of knee injury … Tallied two hits with one sacrifice bunt … Recorded single against Lindsey Wilson … Put down sacrifice bunt against the Univ. of Rio Grande … Went 1-for-2 against Martin Methodist.
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner at Hardin County HS … Received Best Defensive Player award as junior… Served as team captain as junior and senior … Received TSSAA Distinguished Scholastic Achievement Award as freshman and sophomore … Also two-year letterwinner in volleyball … Served as team captain as junior and senior … Selected All-District as senior … Nominated for HCHS Female Athlete of the Year Award as senior.
PERSONAL: Courtney Clarke White … Daughter of Blake and Dianna White … Born July 3, 1991 … Grandfather, James Clarke, played four years of baseball for Lambuth University … Father played two years of baseball at Shelby State CC.