Manhattan College Announces Change in Menís Lacrosse Program
RIVERDALE, N.Y. - Manhattan College Director of Athletics, Bob Byrnes, has announced that men's lacrosse head coach Tim McIntee, will not return for the 2013 season. A national search for his successor will begin immediately.
"We appreciate all Coach McIntee has done for his players and the program since the elevation of men's lacrosse to Division I status," Byrnes said.
McIntee presided over the Jaspers men's lacrosse team for 15 seasons compiling an 89-136 overall record with 59 wins coming against Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference opponents. Manhattan won its only MAAC Championship under McIntee in 2002 posting a 9-0 record in the league that season.
Manhattan finished the 2012 campaign 5-9 overall record and 1-5 in the MAAC. The Jaspers ended up seventh in the league and did not qualify for the MAAC Tournament four-team field for the second straight season.