Zach White was named assistant coach for the Hoosiers on July 23, 2013. White was a two-time All-American at the University of California, Berkley and helped the Golden Bears to the 2007 NCAA national title.
White, a native of Mission Viejo, Calif., is veteran men's water polo player, competing on a number of different teams across the globe. He is a member of the San Francisco Olympic Club and the United States Water Polo National Team, competing with both teams in international competitions. In addition, he played in Australia on the Sydney University Club team and led them to a fourth place finish in the national water polo finals, competing against numerous 2012 Olympians during the season.
Most recently, he has served as an assistant coach at his alma mater, El Toro (Calif.) High School, helping the girls' team to an appearance in the CIF semifinals. Prior to El Toro, he was a girl's water polo assistant coach at Northgate High School in Walnut Creek, Calif.,
On the club water polo scene, he has served as an assistant coach for the SET Water Polo Club, helping the boy's 14U and 18U programs send players on to the Olympic Development program.
Playing for Cal from 2007-10, he was a contributor to the team from the time he set foot on campus, as the Golden Bears went on the win the NCAA title his freshman season. He was a Second Team All-American in 2009 and a First Team All-American in 2010 while also garnering three all-conference selections as he finished his career with 126 goals scored. His success also extended outside of the pool, where he earned 2010 NCAA Academic All-American honors and was a three-time MPSF All-Academic team honoree.
He graduated from Cal in 2011 with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science.
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