After a week of uncertainty about Dom Starsia's future as the head coach of the Virginia men's lacrosse program, the university confirmed Monday it will not renew Starsia's contract and that a search for his replacement is underway.
The Hall of Famer led the Cavaliers to four NCAA championships and 13 final four appearances in 24 seasons. Starsia is the winningest coach in Division I history with a 375-149 career record, including a 274-103 mark at Virginia. But the Cavaliers have a 1-15 record in the Atlantic Coast Conference since 2013 and haven't won an NCAA tournament game since the first round in 2012 after winning the title in 2011.
A baseball umpire trainee runs toward first base to get into position to make a call during an instructional camp session at Compton Community College. The umpire camp is operated by Major League Baseball and includes on-field and classroom instruction.