Regional Starz teams are highly competitive, geographically determined teams composed of the top players from various regions in the U.S and Canada. In the absence of a nearby Local Starz program, or if a player shows impressive skill development, players can enter the Starz system at the Regional level. The number of Regional teams accepted into the Adrenaline Starz system is dependent upon the amount of talented players within a specific region and is determined by an application process through the Starz Board of Directors. Each season Regional Starz teams attend an event with top-level collegiate recruitment elements to maximize player exposure. Regional Starz players are also the only players eligible for West Coast Starz; if they make one of the WCS Sectional (level three) or WCS-NSCLA (level four) teams, they will attend additional top-level recruitment events on the East Coast. In an effort to balance the playing field, a Director from each Regional Starz program is invited to attend WCS tryouts and give input on players for the WCS Sectional and WCS-NSCLA teams. In addition to the various team recruitment opportunities, Regional Starz players also receive premium access to the Adrenaline Evaluation Team (AET) who is responsible for player invites to the top individual recruitment events across the nation. Regional Starz Directors and coaches can assist in finding the right college for any individual Starz player. Six states (Arizona, California, Nevada, Texas, Utah, and Washington) and one Canadian province (Alberta) are home to the sixteen Regional Starz club programs (as of '13). Regional Starz achieved an increasing high of seventy-six teams this past summer ('13).
See below for a complete list of Regional Starz programs.