Angela Berry White
Coaching Staff / 2016-2017
Team: Girls Varsity Soccer
Position: Head Coach
One of the most decorated women soccer players in Indiana state history, Angela Berry White, is in her first season as the Girls Soccer coach at Brebeuf Jesuit. White, a former prep Marion County Athlete of the Year, comes to the Braves with collegiate coaching experience at both Butler University and Indiana University.
“I have the greatest respect for everything that Brebeuf stands for as an academic and life-experience institution,” said White, who as a player in college was an All American at George Mason University. “And it is a joy to work with the quality girls in our program here; there is great pride in the Brebeuf Girls Soccer family.”
White enjoyed a brilliant playing career which included being named All-State in four sports at North Central High School in Indianapolis. She represented the United States in numerous Olympic Festivals and was a member of the United States Women’s National Team and the United States Youth National Team, where her teammates included Mia Hamm and Julie Foudy. She is also the first female player ever inducted into the Indiana Soccer Hall of Fame.
After graduating from George Mason with a B.A. degree in Government & Politics with a Spanish Minor, she began her coaching career at the Carmel United Soccer club before moving to Butler where she served as assistant coach. She earned her Masters from Indiana University where she was awarded an NCAA Post Graduate Scholarship, presented to only 10 individuals nationally per year. She spent six years as an assistant coach for Womens Soccer at IU.
White, who has experience in sports broadcasting with the Indianapolis Colts, is a sought-after clinic speaker and independent Soccer Technical Trainer.
White is married and has one son.