Linette White Randle
LINETTE WHITE RANDLE
Linette White Randle was a four-year standout performer for the volleyball Bears of coach Melissa Stokes from 2000 to 2003 and played for Missouri State teams with a combined 100-29 record for those four seasons. MSU was third once and second twice in in Missouri Valley Conference play in White's career and the Bears won the MVC regular season title and advanced to the NCAA tournament when she was a senior. White was a two-time all-region selection and was Missouri State's first AVCA All-America when she gained a third team spot as a senior. She was also the first MSU player to collect three selections to all-league first team, and collected MVC co-Most Valuable Player laurels as a senior. White was named to the all-tournament team at the MVC meet as both a junior and senior. She finished her career with MSU single season (.392) and career (.352) records for hitting percentage and is 11th in career kills and fifth in both blocks and block assists.