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    1  Marcus White
    Marcus White


    Chicago, Ill.

    High School:
    De La Salle Institute

    Height / Weight:
    5-9 / 150



    UIC Defense Stifles Toronto in 87-50 Victory

    Flames limit Blues to 29 percent field-goal shooting


    UIC's Comeback Falls Short Against Oakland, 86-71

    Flames pull to within eight after being down 27; Humes scores 16 in second half


    Flames Edged by Detroit, 74-68

    Junior Marc Brown with 24 points; Barlow with 18 points and seven rebounds


    Flames Fall in Semifinals of Gulf Coast Showcase

    UIC to play loser of St. Bonaventure/Wagner for third-place tomorrow

    Marcus White's Career Stats

    2013-14: Saw action in 11 games and averaged 8.1 minutes per contest ... played double-digit minutes on five occasions, including a career-high 19 minutes against Louisiana Tech (Nov. 26) at the Gulf Coast Showcase ... dished out four assists in two separate games versus Louisiana Tech (Nov. 26) and Oakland (Feb. 21) ... scored a season-high three points at home versus Oakland (Feb. 21) with his first collegiate three-pointer.

    High School/Prior to UIC: Four-year letterwinner at De La Salle Institute ... Served as team captain as both a junior and senior ... Named a Chicago Catholic League All-Conference selection at the conclusion of senior season, and named an All-State Special Mention ... Averaged 16 points, five steals and five assists per game during senior season ... Played in the Catholic League All-Star game, and garnered Most Outstanding Player honors ... Named to Max Preps Classic All-Tournament Team during senior campaign ... For his high school career, swiped 88 steals and dished out 90 assists ... Four-year member of De La Salle honor roll, and member of National Honor Society ... On the AAU circuit, played for "Meanstreets" ... Prep coach was Tom White.

    Personal: Born Jan. 13, 1995 in Chicago ... Son of Jeffrey and Yolanda White ... Has one older sister, Mariah ... Currently undecided on a major.