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UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
2012 Football Quick Facts

GENERAL UNIVERSITY INFORMATION
Location: Charlottesville, Va.
Founded by: Thomas Jefferson, 1819
Enrollment: 21,057
President: Teresa A. Sullivan
Athletics Director: Craig Littlepage
Nicknames: Cavaliers, Wahoos, ‘Hoos
Colors: Orange & Blue
Song: Good Old Song
Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference
Affiliation: NCAA, Division I (FBS)
Stadium (Capacity): Carl Smith Center, Home of David A. Harrison, III Field at Scott Stadium (61,500)
Playing Surface: Prescription Athletic Turf
ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION
Assistant AD for Media Relations: Jim Daves
Email: jimdaves@virginia.edu
Media Relations Director for Football: Vincent Briedis
Media Relations Office Phone: 434.982.5500
Media Relations Fax: 434.982.5525
Email: briedis@virginia.edu
Athletics Website: virginiasports.com
FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF INFORMATION
Head Coach: Dom Starsia (20th season at Virginia, Brown ’74)
Record at Virginia: 228-72 (.760) /19 seasons
Overall Record: 329-118 (.736) /29 seasons
Associate Head Coach: Marc Van Arsdale (Hobart ‘85)
Assistant Coach: John Walker (Army ‘06)
Volunteer Assistant: Ryan Browning (Salisbury ’08)
Men’s Lacrosse Office Phone: 434.982.5126
TEAM INFORMATION
2011 Record: 13-5 overall; 1-2 ACC/T2nd place
Final Rankings: 1, USILA coaches poll; 1, Inside Lacrosse media poll
2011 NCAA Tournament Results: Finals (Virginia 9, Maryland 7)
Starters Returning/Lost: 7/3
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 32/9
2012 Captains: Colin Briggs, Chris Clements, Matt Kugler, Steele Stanwick
PROGRAM HISTORY
First Year of Lacrosse: 1904 (2012 is 83rd Season)
Total Number of Games: 903 (No information is available on teams from 1904-07)
All-Time Record: 574-323-6 (.6389) | Season-By-Season
Record Since WII (1947-): 567-274-2 (.6749)
Record Since USILA Poll (1973-): 399-154 (.7215)
Longest Win Streak: 17, 2006
All-Time Goals Scored: 10,497 (since 1925)
All-Time Goals Allowed: 8,000 (since 1925)
Average Score: 12-9 UVa
10+ Win Seasons: 26
15+ Win Seasons: 3
ACC HISTORY
Total Number of ACC Games: 161
All-Time ACC Record: 106-55 (.6583)
Total ACC Titles: 17 (1962, 1964, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1975, 1980, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2010)
Total ACC Tournament Titles: 6 (1997, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2010)
ACC Regular Season Titles: 23
Record in ACC Title Game: 6-8 (.4286)
TEAM HONORS
National Championships: 7 (NCAA:1972, 1999, 2003, 2006, 2011 – USILA: 1952, 1970)
Final Four Appearances: 22
Final Four Record: 14-17 (.4516)
Weeks at No. 1 in USILA Poll: 51
Weeks in Top 5 in USILA Poll: 266
Weeks in Top 10 in USILA Poll: 347
USILA First Team All-Americans: 64
Two-Time USILA First Team All-Americans: 13
Three-Time USILA First Team All-Americans: 1
USILA Second Team All-Americans: 72
All-ACC: 127 (since 1977)
Tewaaraton Trophy Winners: 3 (Chris Rotelli, 2003; Matt Ward, 2006 & Steele Stanwick, 2011)
Tewaaraton Trophy Finalists: 8 (Award’s inception was 2000 & first awarded in 2001)
ACC Player of the Year Winners: 9 (Last, Steele Stanwick, 2011)
ACC Coach of the Year Winners: 9 (Last, Dom Starsia, 2009)
ACC Rookie of the Year Winners: 10 ( Last, Steele Stanwick, 2009)
Lacrosse Hall of Fame Members: 10
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