12 Michael White
12 - Michael White
Height: 6-2
Weight: 205
Year: Sr
Hometown: Lisbon, N.H.
High School: Lisbon Regional
Position: OF/P
Major: Business
Previous Team: L-L

2012: NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Both Semesters). Daktronics All-East Region First-Team. NCBWA All-East Region First Team selection. NE-10 All-Conference First Team. NCBWA Preseason All-American Second Team. NCBWA Preseason All-East Region First Team. Named to the Tino Martinez "Watch List." CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-Distric Team. Started in all 49 games for Stonehill on the season. Only one of five players to do so for the Skyhawks. Made 31 starts at first base, nine as the designated hitter, seven in left field and two in center field. Hit .307 (62-for-202) with 42 runs scored, 13 doubles - both team-leading marks - two triples, three homers and 31 runs batted in. Posted a .436 slugging percentage and a .353 on-base percentage. Went 11-for-13 in stolen base attempts and compiled a .978 fielding percentage in 370 chances (327 putouts, 35 assists, eight assists). On the mound, he posted a team-leading 2.03 earned run average, a 4-2 record overall, two shutouts, one combined shutout and one save. Made ten appearances (nine starts) and logged 62 innings. Gave up 54 hits, 24 runs (14 earend), 14 walks and struck out 46 batters. held opponents to a .229 batting average. Hit .330 (33-for-100) with runners on and reached base as a leadoff hitter in an inning at a .340 (16-for-47) clip. Batted .321 (17-for-53) with runners in scoring position, .727 (8-for-11) with a runner on third and less than two outs, .281 with two outs and knocked in 14 two-out RBI's, second-highest mark on the squad. On the rubber, held left-handed batters to a .193 batting average (11-for-57) and a .226 batting average (24-for-106) with runners on -base. Averaged 6.68 strikeouts per game per nine innings pitched, a 3.3 strikeout-to-walk ratio and a 10.02 groundball outs per game ratio. Led the Skyhawks in multi-hit games with 22 recording 17 two-hit contests and five games with three hits. Had seven multi-RBI games. Posted the longest hitting streak on the team at 19-straight games. Hit third in the order in 41 out of 49 games helping Stonehill to a 24-17 record in those contests. Played at five positions over the course of the season, the most out of anyone on the squad by at least two positions. Reached base safely via a hit, walk or hit-by-pitch in 38 out of 49 games. Collected 33 hits and 18 RBI's during his 18-game hitting streak which spanned from March 16 to April 28. During that stretch he hit .407 (33-for-81) pushing his batting average from .225 to .313. Drove in four runs against the University of Bridgeport on March 14 going 2-for-4 with one run scored and one double. Went 2-for-3 with three runs scored and one RBI against Southern New Hampshire University on April 14. Homered in back-to-back contests versus Post University (February 25) and Concordia (N.Y.). Also launched a home run against UMass Lowell on April 25. Went 2-for-4 in the contest with one run scored and three RBI's. Finished his career on a 19.1 innings scoreless streak spanning from April 15 to May 5. Fanned a season-high 11 batters in his season-debut against Post University on February 25 pitching eight innings, yielding three hits, one run (earned) and no walks. Struck out five or more batters in four contests. Notched his only save of the season in 2.2 innings of work against Bentley University on April 3 allowing just one hit, no walks and three punchouts. Did not allow a home run in his first 32.2 innings pitched to start the season. Pitched back-to-back complete game shutouts to end his career against Saint Anselm College (April 28) and Merrimack College (May 5). Gave up seven hits, walked three and fanned two against the Hawks and only allowed three hits, one walk and whiffed eight battes versus the Warriors. Stonehill went 6-4 in his appearances on the season. White Named to CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-District Team. White Named To Daktronics All-East Region First Team. White Collects NE-10 All-Conference First Team Honors.

2011: NE-10 Commissioner's Spring Honor Roll. NE-10 All-Conference First Team. Daktronics All-East Region Second Team. ABCA All-East Region Second Team. Selected to play in the NEIBA All-Star Game. Named to the Tino Martinez Watch List. One of four players to start in all 48 games on the season. Posted a team-best 19-game hiting streak during the season. Finished with the second-best average on the team at .331 (14th overall in the NE-10).  Compiled a team-leading 59 hits. Ranked second in doubles with nine on the team. Had a slugging percentage of .466 and an on-base percentage of .405. Went 24-for-26 in stolen base attempts, most on the team and fourth most in the NE-10. Had a .988 fielding percentage with 70 putouts, 15 assists and one error. Batted .349 against right-handed pitching. Notched a .368 batting average with runners on base (32-for-87). Hit .383 with runners in scoring position (23-for-60). With a minimum of 15 opportunities posted a .706 batting average with runners on third and less than two outs. Went 4-for-5 with two runs scored against the University of Bridgeport (3/16). Knocked in three runs in three separate games against Merrimack College (3/31) and the College of Saint Rose (4/6, doubleheader). Scored two or more runs nine times throughout the season. Scored twice in three-straight games spanning from March 11 to March 12. Also made nine appearances on the mound, eight starts. Posted a 2.60 earned run average (ERA), third best on the squad. Struck out 50 batters, ranking second on the team, and walked 11 batters for a 4.5 strikeout-to-walk ratio. Had the third-best strikeout-per-nine-innings ratio on the team at 8.65. Held left-handed batters to a .158 batting average (9-for-57). Overall, opponents hit just .211 on the season. Struck out a season-high 12 batters over six innings of work in an 11-4 win over Merrimack College (3/27). Fanned ten batters in his first start of the season, eight innings and one hit, in a 2-0 victory over Chestnut Hill College (2/27). NE-10 Player of the Week (3/21). NE-10 Pitcher of the Week (2/28). White Named To Tino Martinez Award "Watch List." White Selected to the Daktronics All-East Region Second Team. White Named to the ABCA All-East Region Second Team. White Selected to the NE-10 All-Conference First Team.

2010: NE-10 Commissioner's Fall Honor Roll. NEIBA Division II All-Star Team selection. Appeared in 38 games while starting 35. Had a .308 batting average with 11 RBI, 12 runs scored, 3 doubles and one homerun. Stole 11 bases on 14 attempts. Also started eight games on the mound for the Skyhawks with a 6-2 record. Had 51 strikeout over 69 innings pitched.

2009: Played in 16 games and started nine games. Had a .278 batting average with nine RBI and two doubles. Also had two stolen bases in two attempts.

High School: 2007 graduate of Lisbon Regional High School. Served as team captain. He was a 100-point scorer and won the 2006 State Championship. Played in the Twin-State games for New Hampshire. Also lettered in basketball and baseball and was named Player of the Year for both sports in Class S New Hampshire. Four-time State Champion in Baseball.

Personal: Born June 15, 1989 in Littleton, New Hampshire. Son of Tom and Karen White of Lisbon, New Hampshire. Has three siblings, Tom (23), Heather (22) and Jen (18). Majoring in business. Father Tom played baseball for UNH. Enjoys ping pong and paintball. Supports the New York Yankees. Lists his favorite athlete as Cristiano Ronaldo.

Pitching Statistics

2009 6.05 0-1 7 3 0 0/0 1 19.1 22 17 13 1 9 2 3
2010 2.22 6-2 9 8 4 1/0 0 69.0 45 18 17 14 51 0 4
2011 2.60 3-3 9 8 0 0/1 0 52.0 40 18 15 11 50 2 1
2012 2.03 4-2 10 9 3 2/1 1 62.0 54 24 14 14 46 1 2
Total 2.62 13-8
3/2 2
161 77
156 5





Hitting Statistics

Year GP/GS Avg. AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-Att
2009 16/9 .278 36 1 10 2 0 0 9 2 8 2-2
2010 33/31 .308 117 12 36 3 0 1 11 4 17 11-14
2011 48/48 .331 178 34 59 9 3 3 26 19 29 24-26
2012 49/49 .307 202 42 62 13 2 3 31 15 33 11-13
Total 146/137 .313 533 89 167 27 5 7 77 40 87 48-55