Mike White is an American softball coach and the current head coach at The University of Texas.
Mike White’s coaching career began in June 2009 when he was hired by Oregon as head coach of the softball program.
In the 2010 season, White led Oregon to their first-ever Super Regional bid by beating the eight seeded Georgia Tech.
In 2012, Oregon reached their second-ever Women’s College World Series, where they finished 5th among eight teams. In 2013, Mike White led Oregon to their first-ever Pac-12 Conference title.
In 2014, Oregon had their best ever season finishing with a program-best 56 wins and advanced to the Women’s College World Series. During the 2014 season, Oregon acquired their first ever number 1 ranking and swept rival Washington for the first time.
In 2015, Oregon sported a program-best 21 Pac-12 Conference wins in a season, as well as, making the Women’s College World Series for the third time in four years.
In 2016, Oregon won their 4th straight Pac-12 Conference title.
In 2017, Oregon made the Women’s College World Series and made it to the semis of WCWS.
In 2018, Oregon won their 5th Pac-12 Title, and made the Women’s College World Series for the 5th time, as well as, reached 50 wins for the 5th time in program history.
After the 2018 season, it was announced that Mike White would accept the softball head coaching job at the University of Texas.
Mike White was announced as University of Texas head coach on June 25, 2018.
Mike White Softball Wife
Is Mike White Married? Mike White is married.
He is married to Lisa Revers, and the couple have three daughters; Nyree (1992), Kenzie (1995) and Sidney (1997).,