Haley White enters her sixth year at the helm of the Lady Golden Eagle’s Basketball Program. White comes to FRC from Eastern New Mexico University (NCAA II), where she spent three years as an assistant coach. While at ENMU, the Zia’s compiled a record of 38-44 under the guidance of three different head coaches. White worked specifically with the guards, coaching three all-conference players in her time at ENMU, and two players that have recently been inducted into the ENMU Hall of Honors. While at ENMU, White also played a vital role in the recruitment of student athletes. In her last year, White helped to sign seven scholarship athletes for the 2007-2008 season.
Prior to ENMU, White spent two years as a head coach at Arcata High School, Arcata California. This was the beginning of the path for White. Just out of her playing days at nearby Humboldt State, White began coaching the JV girls and was the assistant Varsity coach.
As a player, White was a guard for the Lumberjacks of Humboldt State. White was a captain for the 2000-2002 seasons, and named all conference academic team for the 2000-2002 seasons. White was also a member of the HSU track team for one season as a pole-vaulter.
Prior to HSU, White was a three sport athlete at Reno High School, in Reno Nevada. White earned 10 varsity letters, competing in cross county, basketball, and track. White was inducted into the RHS Hall of Fame in 2010.
White graduated from HSU in 2003 with a B.S in Kinesiology, and her single subject teaching credential from HSU in 2004. White earned her Master degree in Sports Administration from ENMU in 2006, and finished as graduate student of the year.
White is married to former HSU football stand-out Josh White, and the two reside in Quincy with their son Nathan, age 3, and their daughter Taylor, age 1.