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7 Carly White

Class: Senior Position: M Height: 5-4 Previous School: Walton HS Hometown: Marietta, Ga.

2019 (Jr.)
• Started all 19 games
• Honored on ASUN All-Conference first team, becoming the first player in program history to earn all-conference distinction in each of her first three seasons (also Big South in 2017 and 2018)
• Recognized on VaSID Women's Lacrosse All-State second team
• Named ASUN Player of the Week twice (Feb. 19 and March 12)
• Earned ASUN Defensive Player of the Week honors on April 30
Garnered inclusion on ASUN Academic Honor Roll
• Recorded career-best 37 goals (tied for second on team) and had 24 assists (second on team), 61 points (first on team), 83 shots (fifth on team), 66 shots on goals (second on team), 13 free-position goals (first on team), 62 ground balls (first on team), 79 draw controls (tied for first on team) and 26 caused turnovers (third on team)
• Finished No. 9 in the nation in free-position percentage (.650, 13-of-20) and No. 10 in ground balls per game (3.26)
• Scored nine goals and had 10 assists, 19 points, 13 shots (11 on goal), 13 ground balls and six caused turnovers in six ASUN games
Recorded multiple goals 11 times on the year and matched a career high with four goals in a 14-10 win at Furman, March 9
• Had two or more assists on seven occasions
Set a new career high with four assists at Kennesaw State, March 16, and also had three goals, seven points, one free-position tally, two ground balls and a draw control in that contest
• Scooped up multiple ground balls 15 times and four or more ground balls nine times on the year
• Collected 10 ground balls at No. 25 High Point (April 17), tied for the third most of any player in the country in a single game in 2019 and the second most in a game for a Liberty player in program history
• Won two or more draw controls 17 times and four or more draw controls on 10 occasions
Established a new career high with eight draw controls on March 9
• Generated two or more caused turnovers nine times
• Finished junior campaign ranked No. 9 in program history in career goals (90), No. 4 in assists (56), No. 7 in points (146), No. 8 in shots (186), No. 9 in shots on goal (149), No. 4 in ground balls (147), No. 3 in draw controls (165), No. 5 in caused turnovers (73) and tied for third in free-position goals (23)

2018 (So.)
• Started all 18 games
• Selected to the Big South All-Conference first team for a second straight year, the first player in program history to be named first team all-conference as both a freshman and sophomore
• Voted to Big South All-Tournament team
• Garnered inclusion on Big South Presidential Honor Roll
• Finished year with 28 goals (third on team), 14 assists (third on team), 42 points (fourth on team), 63 shots (49 on goal) (both fourth on team), five free-position goals (tied for fourth on team), 45 ground balls (second on team), 62 draw controls (third on team) and 21 caused turnovers (tied for third on team)
• Placed tied for sixth in the Big South in ground balls per game (2.50) and 10th in draw controls per game (3.44)
Notched eight goals, 10 assists, 18 points, 24 shots (17 on goal) 11 ground balls, 26 draw controls and 21 caused turnovers in seven conference games
• Scored multiple goals in seven games and tallied three or more goals five times
Matched a career high with four goals in a comeback 14-12 victory at Old Dominion (Feb. 28)
• Scored three goals to go along with an assists, six draw controls, one ground ball and one caused turnover in Big South Championship semifinal match against Winthrop on May 4
Recorded four or more points five times, highlighted by a three-goal, two-assist, five-point effort at East Carolina, Feb. 21
• Scooped up multiple ground balls 11 times and four or more ground balls five times, highlighted by a career-high eight ground ball game at Arizona State on March 20
• Won three or more draw controls 11 times, including a season-best seven draw controls at Old Dominion, Feb. 28
• Had two or more caused turnovers six times

2017 (Fr.)
• Competed in all 19 games, making 10 starts
• Named Big South Conference Freshman of the Year
• Garnered inclusion on the Inside Women's Lacrosse All-Rookie team
• Tabbed to the Big South All-Conference first team
• Selected as Big South Women's Lacrosse Freshman of the Week on April 11
• Finished season with 25 goals (third on team), 18 assists (second on team), 43 points (third on team), 40 shots (34 on goal), 40 ground balls (third on team), 26 caused turnovers (tied for second on team), five free-position goals (tied for third on team) and 24 draw controls (fourth on team) 
• Notched 17 goals, eight assists, 25 points, 17 ground balls and 13 caused turnovers in seven conference contests
• Had two or more caused turnovers on five occasions
• Recorded five or more points four times, highlighted by back-to-back four-goal, three-assist, seven-point efforts against Winthrop (April 22) and Longwood (April 29)
• Scored two or more goals eight times and three or more goals three times 
• Notched career-best four caused turnovers against Campbell on April 8
• Recorded two or more ground balls six times, highlighted by a three ground ball effort in an April 29 postseason match versus Longwood
• Had two or more caused turnovers on five occasions

Prep
• Graduate of Walton High School
• Recorded 29 goals and dished out 21 assists as a junior while finishing the season with a 55 percent shooting average, 41 ground balls and 46 draw controls
• Played club for the Eagle Stix Lacrosse Club

Personal
• Daughter of Greg and Donna White
• Majoring in interdisciplinary studies
• Birthday is Dec. 15

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