Dom Starsia Wins NCAA Championship, Sets Wins Record!

Virginia head men’s lacrosse coach and Championship Productions’ contributor Dom Starsia guided the Cavaliers to the 2011 NCAA National Championship!  Virginia outscored the University of Maryland 9-7  in the NCAA Division I National Championship.  With Starsia at the helm, the Cavaliers have won four national titles and reached 14 NCAA Final Fours.

Starsia is now officially in a league of his own. Thanks to Virginia’s 13-9 win over Cornell in the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse tournament on May 21, Starsia earned career win No. 327 to pass Jack Emmer for the most victories at the Div. I level.  Starsia is also one of only three coaches in the history of the sport to earn 100-plus wins with two different programs. The longtime coach won 101 games with Brown from 1983-92.

Check out our entire Dom Starsia lacrosse DVD library, which includes All-Access Virginia Lacrosse, Practice Organization & Drills for Lacrosse, and High Scoring Team Offense, among many others.

Also, be sure to check out video clips and feature articles featuring Coach Starsia from previous Inside the Crease lacrosse newsletters, including a breakdown of key defensive techniques, plus a behind-the-scenes look inside a Virginia lacrosse practice.

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