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Chatrice's Profile

(Updated April 2018)
Shelby, Neb.
high school
Shelby-Rising City High School
other college


• Key contributor for two years with Florida State, generating 104 blocked shots to rank sixth all-time at FSU.
• Including her time at Illinois, leaves her college career with 37 double-doubles (24 at Illinois, 13 at FSU).
• In 68 games at FSU, she averaged 8.9 points and 6.4 rebounds in 21.0 minutes per game. White shot 47.9 percent (213-of-445) from the floor and 78.6 percent (165-of-210) from the free throw line.


Senior Season (2017-18): 2018 Lisa Leslie Award Watch List…Ronalda Pierce Heart Award winner…All-ACC Academic Team.
Junior Season (2016-17): ACC Sixth Player of the Year…All-ACC Academic Team.

Senior Season at Florida State (2017-18):

• Recorded 54 blocked shots, tying for the ninth-most in a season at FSU.
• Led the Seminoles with seven double-doubles, nine 10-rebound games, 7.7 rebounds per game and 1.6 blocked shots per game.
• Top 10 in the ACC in rebounding (8th), blocked shots (6th), offensive rebounds per game (2.8 – T8th) and defensive rebounds per game (4.9 – 10th).
• Generated 14 games in double figures.
• Averaged 9.0 points and 7.7 rebounds while making 13 3-point field goals.
• Posted a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds vs. Little Rock (3/17/18).
• Recorded 12 points, nine rebounds and four blocked shots vs. Miami (3/2/18).
• Career-high six blocks along with 16 points (10-of-10 free throws) and 13 boards vs. Ga. Tech (2/25/18).
• Tied career high with 16 rebounds along with 10 points vs. Clemson (2/15/18).
• Had another strong game vs. Miami, recording 14 points (6-of-9) in the win (2/11/18).
• Had nine points and six rebounds vs. Virginia (2/8/18).
• Had 14 points and nine rebounds vs. Notre Dame (1/28/18).
• Tied career high with 16 rebounds in 50-49 win at No. 2 Louisville (1/21/18).
• Totaled 10 points with seven rebounds against Virginia Tech (1/14/18).
• Recorded 14 points and eight rebounds against Miami (1/11/18).
• Picked up 14 points along with three blocked shots vs. Jacksonville (12/28/17).
• Big homecoming performance at Creighton, recording 19 points and 11 rebounds (12/21/17).
• Tied a career high with five blocked shots at No. 8 Texas (12/17/17).
• Double-double with 12 points and 11 boards vs. Stetson (12/7/17).
• Churned out another double-double with 15 points and 16 rebounds vs. Sacred Heart (11/24/17).
• Totaled 11 points and six rebounds at Grambling State (11/19/17).
• Had eight points along with 11 rebounds at Florida (11/17/17).
• Produced an FSU career-high 21 points and added 12 boards; went 8-of-8 from the line vs. UNF (11/10/17).

Junior Season at Florida State (2016-17):

  • Impact first season with the Seminoles, averaging 8.9 points, 5.1 rebounds, 53.1 percent from the floor (113-of-213) and 1.4 blocks.
  • Finished in the Top 10 in the ACC in field goal percentage (10th) and blocked shots (sixth).
  • Was even more impressive in ACC play, finishing second in the league in blocked shots per game (1.9), fourth in free-throw percentage (89.4 percent) and ninth in field goal percentage (51.0).
  • Amassed 16 games with double-figure points, six games with 10 or more rebounds and 15 games shooting 50 percent or better from the floor.
  • Excelled against South Carolina in the NCAA Elite Eight with 15 points on 7-of-9 shooting.
  • Big performance in NCAA Tournament debut with 19 points and 14 rebounds vs. WIU (3/17/17).
  • Recorded 13 points (5-of-6) and three assists vs. Pittsburgh (2/23/17).
  • Had 14 points (6-of-6) in 16 minutes vs. Wake Forest (2/9/17).
  • Led FSU with six double-doubles.
  • Totaled a career-high points (19) and rebounds (14) in a win at home vs. Miami (2/6/17).
  • Totaled six points, five rebounds and a career high five blocks in a win at Georgia Tech (1/26/17).
  • In win over Virginia Tech she recorded 11 points with four rebounds and one block (1/22/17).
  • Contributed eight points, five rebounds and four blocks in a win vs. Duke (1/8/17).
  • Second double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds along with four blocks at UNC (1/5/17).
  • Scored 12 points along with seven rebounds vs. NC State (1/2/17).
  • First career double-double at FSU against Miami, scoring 13 points with 10 boards (12/29/16).
  • Recorded nine points and career-best three assists at Mercer (12/21/16).
  • Totaled 11 points, three boards and two blocks vs. UNF (12/19/16).
  • Had 10 points and five boards in 18 minutes at UAB (12/10/16).
  • Picked up eight rebounds in an 83-58 win over Florida (12/08/16).
  • Recorded 10 points, five rebounds and one steal in win over Western Carolina (12/04/16).
  • Boosted FSU with 13 points, eight rebounds, two blocks and two steals at Minnesota (11/30/16).
  • Scored 16 points (5-for-10 from the field and 5-for-5 from the charity stripe) vs. James Madison (11/20/16).
  • First double-figure scoring game at FSU with 10 points (4-of-5) vs. Jacksonville (11/17/16).
  • Totaled eight points and eight rebounds in FSU debut vs. Jacksonville State (11/11/16).

Freshman and Sophomore Seasons at Illinois (2014-16):

• Was the primary offensive force with the Illini in her first two seasons.
• Earned several All-Big Ten honors, including second team (2016), all-freshman team (2015) and honorable mention (2015).
• Ranked in the Top 10 of the Big Ten in five categories as a sophomore, including scoring (18.7 points – ninth), rebounding (9.3 – third), steals (1.6 – tied for 10th), blocked shots (2.1 – tied for third) and defensive rebounds (6.9 – second).
• Joined Northwestern All-American Nia Coffey and Michigan State’s Aerial Powers (currently in the WNBA) as the three Big Ten players to rank in the Top 10 in scoring and rebounding in the conference.
• Her 562 total points as a sophomore accounted for 27.3 percent of Illinois’ total points production.
• Led the Big Ten with 18 double-doubles in 2015-16, a figure that would have set the FSU single-season record.
• Had a dominant 35-point, 11-rebound performance at Michigan on Feb. 7, 2016, going 12-of-22 from the floor and 11-of-12 from the free throw line.
• Recorded 219 made field goals as a sophomore, 89 more than the next closest Illini teammate.
• Enjoyed a solid freshman campaign averaging 14.5 points, 7.0 rebounds and shooting 36.2 percent (25-of-69) from long distance.
• Set Illinois’ all-time freshman scoring mark with 448 points in 2014-15.
• Honored as Illinois’ team MVP as a freshman, scoring in double figures in 27 of her 31 games played.
• Had a signature 30-point performance against Michigan on Feb. 28, 2015, going 12-of-18 and corralling seven rebounds in a 72-60 win.

All About Me:

  • Born: June 20, 1996.
  • Parents: Bob and Nitha White.
  • Major: Family and Child Sciences.
  • Favorite movie: Remember The Titans.
  • Favorite song: Lockjaw by French Montana.
  • Explain a hardship you have overcome: My transition from Illinois to FSU.
  • What shows are you watching these days? Game of Thrones and The 100.
  • Most gratifying thing you have been a part of? In high school raising money for the Ronald McDonald House/Foundation.
  • Something many people don’t know about you? I was in the band from fifth grade to my junior year of high school – first chair trumpet – In the pep band. “My Charona” was very popular and my favorite to play.
  • Favorite home-cooked meal? Turkey gravy over biscuits. The gravy is made from scratch, my grandma and mom make it.
  • Number of brothers and sisters? Nope.
  • If I were a genie and granted you three wishes, what would those wishes be?
    • 1. To have an infinite amount of money for travel.
    • 2. A plane to take me places. Those are all the wishes I need.
  • If a movie was being made about your life and you could choose the actor/actress to play you, who would you choose and why? Cameron Diaz. Her sense of humor and free spiritedness are things that I like.
  • If you were to win the $500 million lottery, what are some of the things you would do? I would travel the world, especially see all the seven wonders of the world.
  • If you could choose to fight for or give back to any cause, what would it be and why? The research surrounding kidney failure, dialysis and heart disease. My grandpa had kidney failure when I was in high school and passed away.
  • What is the most inspirational story you’ve ever heard? The Lauren Hill basketball story.
  • If you could spend an hour with anyone, living or dead, who would it be and why? Blake Griffin because I like him as a basketball player. I’ve watched him since his days at Oklahoma. The Clippers and OKC are my favorite teams.
  • What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever received and from who? My grandma. Whenever I see her she says “Keep your nose clean,” aka stay out of trouble and behave.



Points: 21, UNF – 11/10/17
Rebounds: 16, 3x
Assists: 3, 3x
Steals: 3, 2x
Blocks: 6, Georgia Tech – 2/25/18
FG made: 8, vs. Western Illinois – 3/17/17
FG attempts: 14, at UNC – 1/5/17
FT made: 10, 2x
FT attempts: 10, 3x