Offensive Coordinator Robert White
  • Fuzz HeadshotRobert White

    Offensive Coordinator / Gameday Manager for Baseball, Softball, and Men and Women's Tennis

    Phone: (614) 236-6570







    Robert White returned to Capital in 2008 for his second stint on the Capital coaching staff.

    A 2003 Capital graduate, White played on the offensive line for two seasons before spending four seasons coaching both the offensive and defensive lines.

    White spent a season as the offensive line coach at West Virginia Tech and in 2007 was the defensive line coach at Clovis (Calif.) High School.

    In 2008, White coached a pair of All-OAC Second Team selections for a Crusader offense that produced the third best passing offense in the OAC. In addition, Capital surrendered the fourth fewest number of sacks in the OAC.

    The success of the offensive line continued in 2009 as three Crusaders earned All-OAC recognition including the 2009 OAC Offensive Lineman of the Year. Overall, the unit allowed just nine sacks in 282 passing plays, which was the second best in the OAC. The group also paved the way for six 100-yard rushing efforts by Crusader running backs this season including two each in wins over Heidelberg and Wilmington. The feat marked the first time in school history that Capital had posted two 100-yard rushers in the same game. CU also tallied just its second 1,000-yard rusher in its 86-year program history this fall. White was the position coach for Cory Dutcher, who won the Ken Wable Award as the OAC's Most Outstanding Linemen.

    Capital's offense faced a slew of injuries in 2010 but still managed to score at least 20 points in six out of their final eight games. The Crusader offense reeled off 60 points in the team's win over Heidelberg on October 2nd.

    White currently resides in Bexley.