The 2016-17 season will be the 14th as Stevens’ number one assistant for former Falcon standout C White. C, a 2001 graduate and a part-time assistant during the 2001-02 season, returned to the Bentley staff in the fall of 2003 after a year as an assistant at Harvard University.
Players recruited by White include five of the top 15 scorers in program history. Her tenure as Stevens' top aide has included the 2014 national championship, four Elite Eight appearances, five Northeast-10 regular season titles and six NE-10 tournament crowns.
A major reason for the Falcons’ success from 1997-2001, C was a two-year starter at the point, quarterbacking Bentley to a 27-4 record in 1999-2000 and a 31-3 mark as a senior.
The Westwood native finished her career with 1,056 points (now 30th on Bentley’s all-time list), 486 assists (12th all-time) and 164 three-pointers (sixth in Bentley history) in 132 games (fourth all-time). She was a second-team All-Conference pick and the team MVP as a junior and played on teams that captured the NE-10 regular season and playoff titles each year.
C, 36, received a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing. A 2008 inductee into the Westwood High School Hall of Fame, she resides in Wellesley with her wife, Lindsay, and their newborn twins, Ashton and Camryn.