Ted White, a former all-Southland Conference catcher/third baseman at Louisiana-Monroe, is in his second season on the LSU staff as administrative assistant. White, 24, played at ULM from 1998-2002 and performed for his first three seasons under the tutelage of current LSU coach Smoke Laval.
White received first-team All-SLC honors in his junior season, leading the Indians to a second-place finish in the 2000 NCAA Baton Rouge Regional.
A thumb injury forced White to receive a medical redshirt in 2001, and in 2002, he served as the Indians’ team captain and received second-team all-conference accolades as a third baseman.
White earned honorable mention all-conference recognition as a freshman, and he was a second-team all-SLC choice in his sophomore season. He was the battery mate for two seasons (1998-99) of ULM All-American and Olympic gold medalist Ben Sheets, who currently pitches for the Milwaukee Brewers.
A Pittsburgh, Pa., native, White was a four-year letterman in baseball and basketball at Bethel Park High School.
THE TED WHITE FILE
Year at LSU: Second
Birthdate: June 21, 1979
Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa.
Bachelors: Louisiana-Monroe (2002)
2003- LSU (administrative asst.)