Virginia coach Dom Starsia agreed to a five-year extension in January that will earn him $250,000 a year in compensation, according to The Washington Post.

The particulars of Starsia's deal are listed here, but the coach, who is entering his 20th season with the Cavaliers and his 30th overall, will be making $150,000 in base salary and an additional $100,000 in supplemental income annually, which represents a 64.8 percent increase from the guaranteed pay from his previous contract.

Starsia, who is signed through the 2016 season, is the architect of four national championships and six Atlantic Coast Conference titles at Virginia. The Cavaliers, who edged Drexel, 9-8, on Saturday, are 229-72 under Starsia.