Garett White
Garett White

Player Profile

Bakersfield, Calif.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 210





2005 -- Appeared in 19 games for the Bruin pitching staff, all in relief work... Posted an 8.27 ERA in 16.1 innings, with a career-high 15 strikeouts... Struck out a career-high four batters in 3.0 innings of work at Cal State Northridge (March 8)... Struck out two batters in 1.0 inning of work against Washington (May 29).

2004 -- Made 15 appearances in 2004, all in relief... Used mostly in lefty-lefty match-up situations... Threw a season-high 1.1 innings in UCLA's 3-2 12-inning win over UC Santa Barbara... Did not allow a hit in that outing... Had a streak of four hitless appearances (April 6-May 1)... Appeared in two of the Bruins' four games in the Oklahoma City regional.

2003 (Summer) -- Played for the Florence Redwolves of the Coastal Plain League, along with Bruin teammate Sean Carpenter... Posted a 2.53 ERA with 11 strikeouts in 10.2 innings of work.

2003 -- Made nine appearances in relief for the Bruins... Posted a career-high two strikeouts in two innings of action against Pacific on March 11... Was impressive against nationally-ranked Cal State Fullerton on April 15, tying a career-high with two innings of action and allowing only one hit... Did not allow a run in his final appearance of the season at Washington State on May 24.

Centennial HS (Bakersfield, Calif.) -- Two-time all-league player in baseball, as a pitcher and outfielder, and in football as a wide receiver for head coaches Randy Roberts and Brian Nixon, respectively... Led Centennial to a No. 10 ranking in USA Today's Super 25 Ranking after hitting .494 with five home runs and posting an 11-2 record on the mound in 2002... All-area Player of the Year in his senior season... 2002 league MVP and team MVP... All-area first-team selection in 2001... Was named to the Cal-Hi Sports All-State Team.

Personal -- Full name: Garett Dalton White... Born on April 2, 1984 in Newport Beach, Calif. Parents are Brett and Janie White... Has one sister, Kendra... Father played football at UCLA in 1974-75 and went on to play for the Philadelphia Eagles... Lists his greatest athletic thrills as winning the central section CIF championship which led Centennial to its USA Today national ranking and helping the team break the state doubles record... When not on the field, enjoys playing Halo, practicing guitar, watching sports and attending church functions... Sociology major.

Career Bests
Innings Pitched -- 3.0, vs. Cal State Northridge, 3/8/05
Strikeouts -- 4, vs. Cal State Northridge, 3/8/05