Men’s National Championship Coaches – NCAA Lacrosse History

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Editor’s note: Thanks for joining us over Memorial Day Weekend 2020 to help you heal those lax-blues… we didn’t even get to say goodbye… and our social outlets will be pumping out a non-stop stream of content from Thursday until Monday completely focused on some of the greatest NCAA National Championship moments from the […]

Coach Starsia Has So Many Rings

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Editor’s note: Famed NCAA Lacrosse coach Dom Starsia recently joined Chris Rotelli on the ADVNC Lacrosse podcast. This is an episode you don’t want to miss! Coach Starsia, Show Us Your Rings: About to embark on the college shot clock era, who will benefit?…easy enough to play faster, look at the other end of the […]

Dom Starsia: ADVNC Lacrosse Podcast, Ep. 6

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ADVNC Lacrosse Founder & CEO Chris Rotelli welcomes lacrosse hall-of-famer Dom Starsia to the show. Starsia is one of the most successful coaches in the history of lacrosse. Starsia coached Rotelli at the University of Virginia where they won the 2003 NCAA Division I National Championship. Starsia won four national titles at Virginia in all, and was inducted into the […]

GameChanger Chat: Dom Starsia

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Joe Yevolie got the chance to sit down with his old coach from UVa, Coach Dom Starsia. His name is definitely one all lacrosse fans will recognize immediately and Coach Starsia drops knowledge in this podcast interview!

Tweet of the Week: UVA, Syracuse, and the Epic ACC

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Virginia vs. Syracuse is always one of of the games I circle on the calendar every season. The teams are perennial powerhouses in lacrosse, and their matchup is always entertaining. This year the game has more meaning with Syracuse joining the ACC, making it the first conference game between the Cavaliers and the Orange. There’s no other way to describe this one besides epic.

IMLCA Convention Recap – Part 1

It has been nearly three weeks since I attended the 2013 IMLCA convention. This post was crafted from memory in an attempt to show off my biggest takeaways from the event. The chief discussion point among my group of friends (high school and college coaches) was the value of the talks and presentations.