A freshman in 2011-12, he then went on a Mormon mission and sat out the next two seasons • Played as a sophomore in 2014-15 • Wore jersey No. 11 as a freshman in 2011-12 but switched to No. 45 upon his return to Chapel Hill prior to the 2014-15 season.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014-15)
Returned to action at Georgia Tech for the first time since the UAB game on December 27th • Was managing a stress reaction in his right foot since mid-January; did not dress out for eight games as a precaution • Returned to the roster after a two-year absence due to a Mormon mission • Played in nine contests in 2014-15 and had three assists.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2011-12)
2012 NCAA Tournament: Played 60 minutes without a turnover in the Sweet 16 against Ohio and Elite Eight against Kansas • Set season-highs for points (four) and assists (seven) against the Jayhawks Had six first-half assists • Helped the Tar Heels shoot 63.6 percent in the first half against KU • Made his first college start in the NCAA Sweet 16 against Ohio and played 32 minutes with a season-high six assists and zero turnovers • Played more minutes in the first half (12) than he did in any previous game all year • Had dished out six assists in his previous 16 games • Was the only Tar Heel not to commit a turnover against the Bobcats • Played as many minutes in the regional in St. Louis as he did in the previous 15 games combined.
2011-12 Season: Played in 34 games, including every game since December 17th • Scored a season-high four points against Kansas and three points against Michigan State, South Carolina, Evansville, NC State and Georgia Tech • Had 32 assists and just five turnovers • Committed a turnover every 39.2 minutes of action • Played five or more minutes in 14 games • Hit a three-pointer and had an assist in ACC wins over NC State (home) and Georgia Tech • Played eight solid minutes in the home win over Virginia - had an assist and steal and the team was plus-16 with him on the floor.
Earned first-team Associated Press and North Carolina Basketball Coaches all-state honors and was the Mideastern Conference and District 2 Player of the Year in 2011 • Two-time team captain, MVP and all-district honoree • Played for Coach Brett Queen • Scored 1,078 points and had 231 assists in 76 career games • Averaged a career-high 20.5 points and 3.0 assists per game as a senior • Hoggard's all-time leader in made free throws (280) and three-point field goal percentage (.381) • Led Hoggard to the conference tournament championship in 2011 • One of three players in school history to score 1,000 or more points.
Stilman Shannon White is the son of Erin and Shannon White • Birthday is July 27 • Born in Orange, Calif. • His youngest sister was adopted from Ethiopia • Majoring in economics.