Brian White served as offensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator for the first Rose-Hulman football conference championship team in 25 years during the 2013 season.
White, entering his fourth year on the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology coaching staff and his third season as offensive coordinator, also serves as the team's offensive line coach.
White joined the Rose-Hulman coaching staff after serving assistant roles at the University of Cincinnati, the University of Notre Dame and the University of Maryland.
In his first season at Rose-Hulman in 2011, White's offensive line provided blocks that allowed Kyle Kovach to earn the NCAA Division III all-purpose yardage championship. The Fightin' Engineers also established a school record for total offense with 625 yards in a 53-50 win at Anderson as part of a second place season in the HCAC.
In 2012, White led an offensive line that featured a first-team all-HCAC selection (Trey Cahill) and a second-team Capital One Academic All-American (Nick Buchta).
The 2013 offensive line included two first-team all-conference selections (Kie Bates and Trey Cahill), along with one all-North Region selection (Bates). The line provided blocks that helped Rose-Hulman score the second-most points (322) and gain the second-most yards (4,150) in school history. Buchta also earned second-team Academic All-American honors for the second consecutive year after starting at left tackle.
White's efforts helped Cincinnati lead the Big East Conference in almost every offensive category in 2010. The Bearcats had the league's top passing offense and produced the school's first 1,000 yard rusher since 2004. Additionally, five Bearcats received all-conference honors on the offensive side of the ball.
In 2009, while at Notre Dame, White assisted on an offensive staff that produced the eighth-rated offense in the nation, averaging 451.75 yards per game, and the winner of 2009 Biletnikoff Award.
During the 2008 season at Maryland, White also filled the role of special teams and tight ends coach in preparation for the Humanitarian Bowl. White's special teams unit featured a 99-yard kickoff return for touchdown, setting a bowl record, and helped Maryland defeat Nevada 42-35. Additionally, White also served on Maryland staffs that made appearances in the 2006 Champs Sports Bowl, beating Purdue 24-7, and the 2007 Emerald Bowl.
Prior to his stint at Maryland, White spent two seasons with the postgraduate football program at Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va., serving as offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator. During his tenure at Hargrave, White tutored two future NFL offensive linemen, Branden Albert (Chiefs) and Jared Gaither (Ravens).
A native of Oakland, N.J., White is a 2004 graduate of Juniata College where he earned a bachelor's degree in history. He received a master's degree in special education from Maryland in 2008. White and his wife Kristin reside in Terre Haute.
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