|High School:||Junipero Serra|
After one year at SCU, decided to not play basketball anymore and withdrew from Santa Clara in March, 2009.
2008-09 Per NCAA transfer rules, was eligible to play for Santa Clara at UNLV and started his first game for the Broncos, scoring 10 points with 8 rebounds and 3 steals, but only shot 2 of 11 from the field ... started, but played just 9 minutes vs. Stanford, scoring 2 points with 1 rebound ... played 18 tough minutes off the bench in OT win over UTEP, scoring 5 points with 2 rebounds and 2 assists.
2007-08 Played two games for the Red Raiders, averaging 6.5 ppg, before transferring to Santa Clara in December of 2007 ... Per NCAA transfer rules, would be eligible to play for Santa Clara in December 2008 after the Fall quarter ends.
2006-07 Played his first game as a Red Raider in the season opener against Sam Houston State ... Had a FG, a rebound, and an assist in 11 minutes ... Played 30 games during the season with starts at Oklahoma and against Colorado...averaged 13.8 minutes per game as a freshman ... Played 20 or more minutes in eight games with a season high 27 minutes at Iowa State ... Contributed points in 24 games...averaged 4.5 ppg and reached double figures five times ... Season-high of 12 points against Colorado in the Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship ... Decensae's .486 FG percentage (53-for-109) was second on the squad ... Perfect from beyond the three-point line in four games (6-for-6) ... Perfect from the free throw line (12-for-12) in six games ... Averaged 2.2 rebounds per game for the season with a season high of seven boards at Kansas State.
HIGH SCHOOL A 6-foot-6, 195-pound, player from Juniper Serra High School in San Mateo, California, will join the Red Raiders as a freshman ... Coached by Chuck Rapp ... WCAL Player of Year ... Averaged 20.9 points per game and 10.9 rebounds per game while scoring a Serra single season high of 691 points as a senior ... Named San Mateo County Player of the Year and was the leading scorer in the county ... Named to the San Francisco Chronicle's All-Metro First Team as a senior ... Sports Focus Player of the Year...Second leading scorer in Serra High School history ...
PERSONAL Son of David White and Debra McNicoll.