Andrew White was a four-year letterman for the men's track &
field team, serving as a team captain during his junior and senior
White won 10 titles at the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships and 10 additional titles at the ODAC Outdoor Championships. He took the gold in the outdoor 110 meter hurdles all four seasons and set the ODAC Championship record in that event during his senior campaign.
White received the ODAC Indoor and Outdoor Trackman of the Year Award in both his junior and senior seasons, while leading the Generals to a pair of ODAC Outdoor Track & Field titles and four-straight ODAC Indoor Track & Field Championships.
Three times during his stellar career, White qualified for the NCAA Championships, doing so in the 110 meter hurdles and 400 meter relay.
At the time of his induction, White still held the Washington and Lee records for the outdoor 110 meter hurdles (14.30), the outdoor 400 meter hurdles (54.60) and the indoor 55 meter hurdles (7.94). He was also part of the 4x100 meter relay team that shared the school record time of 42.10.
An excellent student as well, White received the 1988 W&L Scholar-Athlete of the Year award and was presented with the 1988 Harry "Doc" Jopson Award as the top male student-athlete in the ODAC. White, an inductee into Omicron Delta Kappa and Phi Beta Kappa, was a member of the University Scholars program and received an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. White earned his law degree from the University of Virginia in 1991.