Jaime White, in her second year at the U., is involved in on-court coaching and numerous administrative duties.
The former head coach at Snow College, White has a long background in the basketball arena. In her five years at Snow, White accumulated a 107-50 overall record, capturing back-to-back Scenic West Athletic Conference Championships in 1999-00 and in 2000-01. White's teams were named the Academic Team of the Year from 1998-99 through 2000-01, and were ranked No. 13th nationally in 1999-00 and No. 12 in 2000-01.
White was named the 2000 Scenic West Athletic Conference Coach of the Year and the 2000 Snow College Coach of the Year. She was also a Nike Swiss All-Star Camp coach in 2000 and 2001.
Originally from Kanab, Utah, White graduated in 1989 and attended Utah Valley Community College, where she played for coach Tom Perkins. At Utah Valley CC, White's team was a Sweet Sixteen participant and she was named to the Kodak All-American team.
From Utah Valley CC, White furthered her education at Kansas State before she finished her basketball career and education at Southern Utah in 1994. White has a bachelor's degree in psychology with a minor in physical education. She also has a secondary teaching certificate from Southern Utah. Most recently, White earned a master's degree in instructional technology from Utah State.
The 30-year old resides in Salt Lake City. In her spare time, she enjoys golf, outdoor activities, water-skiing and snow skiing.