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NORFOLK, Va.– The University of Virginia won 66.0 percent of its intercollegiate athletics contests in 2010-11 to win the 33rd annual Virginia Sports Information Directors’ Association Division I All-Sports Championship. It is the 13th overall title for the Cavaliers, their fourth consecutive championship and their sixth in the last eight years.

James Madison University was second overall at 64.5 percent followed by Liberty University at 57.8 percent. Virginia won 74.2 percent of its men’s contests followed by James Madison at 63.6 percent. On the women’s side James Madison won 65.0 percent of its contests followed by Virginia at 57.8 percent.

The Cavaliers won two team national championships and two individual national titles along with five Atlantic Coast Conference championships in 2010-11. Virginia won the NCAA title in men’s lacrosse and its fourth consecutive ITA National Team Indoor Championship in men’s tennis.

Virginia swimmer Matt McLean won the 500 yard freestyle at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships and runner Robby Andrews won the 800 meters at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

The All-Sports Championship began in 1978-79 and includes winning percentages of only those sports with NCAA sponsored championships. Virginia leads with 13 overall titles, followed by Old Dominion University with 12, James Madison with three, Hampton University with two, and one crown each for George Mason University, the University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University.

OVERALL STANDINGS 2010-11
1. Virginia 286-146-5 .660
2. James Madison 228-125-3 .645
3. Liberty 210-153-4 .578
4. Virginia Commonwealth 150-110-10 .574
5. Virginia Tech 207-158-2 .567
6. Richmond 144-113-5 .545
7. Old Dominion 164-131-4 .555
8. Longwood 135-129-4 .511
9. Radford 161-165-4 .493
10. George Mason 170-196-5 .465
11. Hampton 140-162-0 .463
12. Norfolk State 164-198-0 .453
13. William & Mary 156-193-6 .448
14. VMI 72-121-4 .376

MEN’S STANDINGS
1. Virginia 161-55-3 .742
2. James Madison 90-51-2 .636
3. Liberty 96-66-1 .592
4. Old Dominion 104-69-3 .599
5. Virginia Tech 103-71-1 .591
6. Virginia Commonwealth 80-56-6 .585
7. Hampton 33-24-0 .578
8. Richmond 77-64-3 .545
9. Radford 65-62-3 .5115
10. William & Mary 90-86-4 .5111
11. Longwood 54-57-4 .487
12. George Mason 88-97-3 .476
13. VMI 65-88-3 .426
14. Norfolk State 48-68-0 .414

WOMEN’S STANDINGS
1. James Madison 138-74-1 .650
2. Virginia 125-91-2 .578
3. Richmond 67-49-2 .576
4. Liberty 114-87-3 .566
5. Virginia Commonwealth 70-54-4 .563
6. Virginia Tech 104-87-1 .544
7. Longwood 81-72-0 .529
8. Old Dominion 60-62-1 .492
9. Radford 96-103-1 .482
10. Norfolk State 116-130-0 .472
11. George Mason 82-99-2 .454
12. Hampton 107-138-0 .436
13. William & Mary 66-107-2 .383
14. VMI 7-33-1 .183

PAST VASID DIVISION I SURVEY CHAMPIONS
1978-79 Old Dominion .651
1979-80 Old Dominion .724
1980-81 Old Dominion .663
1981-82 James Madison .686
1982-83 Old Dominion .676
1983-84 Old Dominion .646
1984-85 Old Dominion .688
1985-86 Old Dominion .649
1986-87 George Mason .631
1987-88 James Madison .625
1988-89 Virginia .620
1989-90 Virginia .633
1990-91 Virginia .642
1991-92 Virginia .664
1992-93 Virginia .662
1993-94 Old Dominion .667
1994-95 James Madison .611
1995-96 Old Dominion .641
1996-97 Virginia .642
1997-98 Virginia .621
1998-99 Old Dominion .662
1999-00 Hampton .626
2000-01 Hampton .622
2001-02 Richmond .627
2002-03 Va.Commonwealth .673
2003-04 Virginia .644
2004-05 Virginia .633
2005-06 Old Dominion .672
2006-07 Old Dominion .661
2007-08 Virginia .619
2008-09 Virginia .648
2009-10 Virginia .693
2010-11 Virginia .660

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