Tim McIntee
Tim McIntee
Title: Associate Head Coach
Phone: 301-447-7418
Email: mcintee@msmary.edu
Position: Associate Head Coach
Experience: 5th Season
Alma Mater: C.W. Post
Graduating Year: 1989

A veteran with two decades of experience at the Division I level, Tim McIntee completed his fourth season as the associate head coach and defensive coordinator for the Mount St. Mary’s men’s lacrosse program in 2018.

McIntee, who has played and coached at the international level, came to the Mount after serving as an assistant coach at Dartmouth during the 2013 and 2014 seasons.

Prior to his two-year stint in Hanover, N.H., McIntee spent 15 seasons as the head coach of Manhattan College, setting a program record with 93 career wins. One of the Mount’s rivals while the two teams competed in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, Manhattan put together a 93-136 record with McIntee at the helm from 1998-2012.

Under McIntee’s guidance, the Jaspers qualified for the four-team MAAC Tournament seven times (2000, 2002, 2004-05 and 2008-10). He earned MAAC Coach of the Year honors in 2000 and 2002, and won Co-Coach of the Year in 2005.

The 2002 season proved to be a banner year in McIntee’s career. He led Manhattan to its first-ever MAAC Championship and berth in the NCAA Tournament after helping put together the program’s first undefeated conference record (9-0). McIntee guided Manhattan to a school-record 11 victories on the season.

In the summer of 2002, McIntee was selected as a coach for Team Ireland at the World Games, where he served as offensive coordinator and man-up coach. The Irish team went 6-2 with key victories over Korea, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Italy.

Prior to taking the position at Manhattan, McIntee was an assistant coach and offensive coordinator at St. John’s University from 1993-96.

McIntee was a three-time NCAA All-American midfielder for the lacrosse team at C.W. Post (now known as LIU Post). Upon graduation, he played for Team USA in the 1990 World Championships. His playing continued as he starred in the professional ranks as a captain of the New York Saints of the Major Indoor Lacrosse League. In seven seasons with the Saints (1990-97), McIntee recorded 97 points (46 goals, 51 assists), which ranks him among the all-time leading scorers in franchise history.

He also coached the boys' lacrosse team at Syosset High School in 1996 and 1997, and coached East Islip High School from 1994-1997.

McIntee was inducted into the Long Island Metropolitan Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2012, and he is a member of the C.W. Post Hall of Fame for both lacrosse and football.