Tim McIntee

Longtime collegiate lacrosse coach and 2011 Long Island-Metropolitan Lacrosse Foundation Hall of Fame selection Tim McIntee was named the Hofstra Men's Lacrosse

A Long Island native with more than three decades of coaching and playing experience on the collegiate, scholastic and international levels, McIntee comes to Hofstra from Mount St. Mary’s University, where he served as associate head coach/defensive coordinator/recruiting coordinator from August 2014 through July 2018. Prior to his tenure at the Mount, he served as assistant coach/defensive coordinator/recruiting coordinator at Dartmouth College from September 2012 through July 2014.

McIntee is probably best-known for elevating the Manhattan College lacrosse program to Division I status as the head coach of the Jaspers from November 1997 through June 2012. During his 15 seasons in Riverdale, he established Manhattan as a perennial contender in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, taking the Jaspers to the four-team MAAC Tournament seven times (2000, 2002, 2004-05 and 2008-10). His 2002 squad went undefeated (9-0) in conference play to capture the program's first-ever MAAC Championship and automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. McIntee was named MAAC Coach of the Year for the second of three times in his career and the 11 victories that season were the most in team history. He is the winningest coach in Manhattan Lacrosse history, compiling a 93-136 record.