Kim White played softball from 1994–1997. At the time of her graduation, she held 12 different Shawnee State records. White hit 42 homeruns, had 213 RBI, scored 204 runs, and hit for a .458 batting average. She helped lead the Bears to a National Runner-Up finish in 1996. She was the Mid-Ohio Conference Player of the Year in four consecutive seasons and the NAIA Player of the Year in 1997. She earned NAIA All-American honors all four years she played. She was inducted into the Shawnee State Hall of Fame in 2003. She is also a member of the NAIA Hall of Fame.