Natalie White

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          Release: 01/01/2009
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Natalie White, Florida A&M-  White played point guard for the Lady Rattlers, helping them to two regular season MEAC titles (1994, 1995) and the 1995 MEAC Tournament crown. During her career, FAMU earned its' first-ever NCAA Tournament bid (1995).

White holds the NCAA Division I record as the all-time steals' leader (624) and is second all-time in the school record books in assists (497).  She led the nation in steals as a freshman (143), junior (172) and senior (191). The 1995 MEAC Player of the Year White still holds the NCAA record for total steals as freshman.

The guard earned All-MEAC First Team honors in 1993-1995.  She was also a four-time Black College All-America recipient (1992-95).

White currently serves as an Account Executive/Dream Ambassadors Coordinator for the Women's National Basketball Association's (WNBA) Atlanta Dream.

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