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Starsia and Pannell Nominated for ESPYs

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia men's lacrosse head coach Dom Starsia is one of five nominees for an ESPY award in the category of Best Coach/Manager.

The ESPYs are LIVE this year and this is the one night where athletes from all sports join together to celebrate the best moments of the year. The ESPYs take place on Wednesday, July 13th at the Nokia Theater in downtown Los Angeles and will be hosted by Seth Meyers.

Also nominated in the category with Starsia is UConn men's basketball coach Jim Calhoun, Dallas Mavericks coach and UVa alum Rick Carlisle, Auburn football head coach Gene Chizik and Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy.

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Lacrosse gains popularity in the Tar Heel state (video)

CHARLOTTE -- A recent sporting goods manufacturer study says lacrosse grew by 37.7 percent last year. If it keeps up that pace, it will surpass ice hockey as far as total participation. As Charlotte prepares to welcome a new major league lacrosse team this fall, News 14 Carolina's Tim Baier reports it's a sport that's catching on in the Tar Heel state.

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Recapping 2011's Inaugural Year Programs

University of Bridgeport
Division 2 (W)
W - 2011 Record: 0-12

Olivet College
Division 3 (W)
W - 2011 Record: 2-7 

Mercer University
Division 1 (M)
M - 2011 Record: 1-12

High Point University
Division 1 (W)
North Carolina
W - 2011 Record: 15-4

Beloit College (WI) Adding Men's Lacrosse, Hires Coach

Beloit, WI – Following a national search, Bob Dignazio has been named the first Head Coach of Men’s Lacrosse at Beloit College. The announcement was made by Director of Athletics and Recreation Peggy Carl.

"We have made history with Bob's hire as he becomes Beloit College's first ever Men's Lacrosse Head Coach and we could not be more thrilled that he has chosen to join us,” said Carl. "Bob knows what it takes to build a successful Lacrosse program and he will bring that knowledge with him as he builds Beloit's team from the ground up."

Dignazio comes to Beloit from Kenyon College in Ohio, where he served as the Lords’ Defensive and Recruiting Coordinator during the 2010 and 2011 seasons. He also served one season as the Defensive Coordinator at Randolph-Macon College after graduating from Kenyon in 2008.

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University of Richmond A.D. Taking a 'Wait and See' Approach to a Varsity Men's Team

The Collegian
Q: What is your guys position with the Men’s varsity club lacrosse team right now? Any chance they become varsity soon?

JM: Right now we aren’t really involved with it. They’re registered under Recreation and Wellness and there are some fundraising activities going on to see the level of support for the program. I think that the athletic department is doing a new strategic plan now and hopefully that will be approved by the board of trustees on Friday, April 22nd. The status of that sport I think is kind of a “wait and see” to see if it whether its going to a varsity NCAA sport on campus or remain a club sport for a while.

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