The first-team All-Colonial selection led the Wildcats with 69 receptions for 886 yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior.
Played in 15 games and tallied 17 catches for 251 yards and two touchdowns; Had two catches for 17 yards at Temple; Posted two receptions for 20 yards and his first career touchdown versus Lehigh; Made two receptions for 31 yards at Penn; Tallied one catch for 19 yards against Northeastern; Recorded one reception for 31 yards versus William & Mary; Registered one catch for six yards at New Hampshire; Credited with one catch for 20 yards versus Rhode Island; Grabbed two catches for 22 yards at Richmond; Posted to receptions for 42 yards and a touchdown at Towson; Made one catch for 19 yards versus Delaware; Made one catch for 18 yards in NCAA semifinal versus William & Mary; Recorded one catch for six yards against Montana in the National Championship game.
Played in 13 games and tallied eight catches for 94 yards; Had three receptions for 31 yards in season opener at West Virginia; Made two catches for 15 yards versus Lehigh; Posted one catch for five yards versus William & Mary; Tallied one reception for eight yards against New Hampshire; Credited with one catch for 35 yards against Towson.
St. Joseph of Hammonton High School: 2007 First team All-Cape Atlantic League; 2007 first team All-Parochial; 2007 Courier Post first team All-South Jersey; 2007 Philadelphia Inquirer All-South Jersey; Three-year letterwinner in foot-ball and basketball; Ranks third all-time in school history in basketball scoring.
Born 11/2/89 in Pleasantville, N.J.; One of four children of Norman and Robin White.
- Kevin Monangai ran for 192 yards and two touchdowns to help Villanova beat Maine 35-14 Saturday. John Robertson connected with Norman White for a 27-yard touchdown to give Villanova (3-1, 2-0 Colonial Athletic Association) the early lead. After Marcus Wasilewski responded for Maine, tying the game on a 7-yard touchdown run, Robertson's 26-yard strike to Mark Hamilton gave the Wildcats a 14-7 lead after the first quarter. They would never trail. Monangai capped off a 10-play, 76-yard drive with a 13-yard touchdown run, as Maine (1-3, 0-1) struggled to move the ball, gaining two first downs in the second quarter. Villanova used a heavy dose of Monangai and strong defense to dominate the second half. Both Monangai and Robertson added second half touchdowns and the Wildcats sealed their victory with stifling defense. The Black Bears allowed seven sacks, turned the ball over twice and had a field goal attempt blocked. - AP Sports
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