- U.S. National Team: WNT
- Position: Midfielder
- Date Of Birth: April 27, 1984
- Height: 5-4
- Hometown: Arlington, Texas
- Club: Sky Blue FC
Earned 13 of her 17 career caps in 2008, seven of them as a substitute during the Achieve Your Gold Tour following the Olympics … In 2006, she was on the roster for the Peace Queen Cup in South Korea, where she earned her first two full National Team caps … Trained with the USA during 2007 Residency Camp … Returned to training with the USA in 2008, and made the roster for the CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, playing in two matches … Youth National Teams: Came off the bench in all four games at the 2004 Nordic Cup while helping the U.S. U-21s to the title in Iceland … Member of the U-19 player pool in 2001-2002. First Appearance: November 2, 2006, vs. the Netherlands … First Goal: None.
Taken 21st overall in the 2009 WPS General Draft by Sky Blue FC for the inaugural season … Played in Sweden with Bälinge IF in 2006, where she was named Uppland Forward of the Year, and with AIK in Stockholm in 2007 … Helped the New Jersey Wildcats to the 2005 W-League championship, earning Offensive MVP honors in the championship … On the youth level, she played for the Solar `84 and Defeeters `84 club teams ... Led club team her junior year with 61 goals.
Played at North Carolina from 2002-2005 and won a NCAA title in 2003 … Scored 102 career points on 22 goals and 58 assists … Named Second-Team All-ACC as a senior in 2005 … Earned MVP honors at the 2005 ACC tournament … Started all 25 games, tallied a team-best 25 assists and added eight goals … In 2004, she was named First-Team All-ACC and led the Tar Heels with 14 assists … Also scored five goals while starting all 23 games … As a sophomore in 2003, she was named First-Team All-ACC and scored six goals with 16 assists while playing in 27 games and starting 26 … As a freshman, she scored three goals with three assists while playing in 22 games, starting seven, as a freshman … A Parade and McDonald’s High School All-America selection at Grace Preparatory Academy … A 2001 NSCAA All-America … Played basketball and ran track in high school … In hoops, she was a First Team All-District twice and defensive player of the year twice, All-State honorable mention twice and captain of the team two years … She made All-State Tournament one year and led the area in assists and steals … Played on teams which won two district titles, one regional title and finished as the state runner-up once … Had success running track as well, winning state titles as a senior in the 800 meters, 1600 meters and on the 4x400 relay and was the high point scorer at the state championship meet … Won the same three events at the district meet, setting records in two of them, was the high point scorer and also finished third in both the pole vault and high jump.
Full name is Kacey Dell White … Hobbies include any outdoor activities, reading and listening to music … Athlete she most admires is Kurt Warner … Her biggest sports thrill were scoring two goals in her first youth international match against Finland, but more recently, it was earning her first cap, walking out to the FIFA anthem (which she’s always wanted to do) and singing the National Anthem … Her father, Craig, played soccer at Rockford College and Midwestern State and professional soccer for the Denver Avalanche … Her mother, Julie, played basketball at Midwestern State University … Says her parents have had the greatest influence on her athletic career … Can count to 10 in 10 different languages … Was active in FCA and ACC Outreach … Volunteered with the Gatorade Get Kids in Action program … If she wasn’t playing soccer, she would like to go to Medical School or be a Special Agent in the FBI or CIA … Majored in exercise and sports science.