2016 12-4-4 NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
2015 16-5-4 NCAA Tournament College Cup & ACC Champions
2014 16-4-2 NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
2012 14-6-1 NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
2016 - Miles Robinson, Round 1 - #2 Atlanta United
Liam Callahan, Round 2 - #2 Colorado Rapids
Chris Nanco, Round 3 - #11 Philadelphia Union
Oyvind Alseth, Round 3 - #21 Toronto FC
Sergio Camargo - Toronto FC Homegrown Contract
2015 - Julian Buescher, Round 1 - #11 DC United
Ben Polk, Round 1 - #20 Portland Timbers
2014 - Alex Bono, Round 1 - #6 Toronto FC
Skyler Thomas, Round 1 - #11 Toronto FC
Jordan Murrell, Round 3 - #17 Real Salt Lake
One of the brightest head coaches on the college circuit, Ian McIntyre led Syracuse to unprecedented heights. In just his third year at the helm the Orange was the most improved team in the country en route to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16. After the inaugural ACC campaign in 2013, McIntyre Guided the 2014 team to the ACC Coastal Division Championship, another trip to the NCAA Sweet 16, and earned ACC Coch of the Year Honors. In addition, the program earned it's first NSCAA #1 National Ranking while goalkeeper Alex Bono finished as a First Team All-American, Hermann Trophy Finalist, and #6 MLS SuperDraft selection. Skyler Thomas was also selected in the first round at #11 while Jordan Murrell went in third as the overall #57 pick. The following 2015 season saw the team capture it's first ACC Tournament Championship before being knocked out in penalties at the NCAA College Cup at Sporting KC Stadium. Juniors Julian Buescher and Ben Polk were selected #11 and #20 in the MLS Superdraft First Round. The 2016 squad bounced back with another strong outing finishing the season again in the NCAA Sweet 16. Syracuse had it's most successful MLS SuperDraft when four players were drafted by MLS clubs lead by sophomore Miles Robinson who was selected with the overall #2 pick in the first round. Liam Callahan #24 (overall), Chris Nanco #55 (overall) & Oyvind Alseth #65 (overall) joined Miles along with Sergio Camargo who signed a homegrown contract with Toronto FC.
A 1996 Hartwick graduate, McIntyre owns a 180-112-49 (.593) record in 18 seasons as a college head coach. He’s been honored with multiple coaching awards, including spearheading the BIG EAST Coaching Staff of the Year in 2012 and ACC Coach of the Year in 2014.
REVIVING A SLEEPING GIANT
Prior to taking the Orange reins, McIntyre spent seven seasons (2003-09) as the head coach at his alma mater, Hartwick College. He guided the Hawks to four 10-win seasons in his tenure and an appearance in the 2005 NCAA Championship.
McIntyre succeeded the legendary Jim Lennox in 2003 and promptly led the Hawks to 15-2-1 overall record, the most wins for the program since 1993. The following year, McIntyre was named the regional coach of the year after presiding over a 13-3-3 campaign that featured a nine-game winning streak and an Atlantic Soccer Conference runner-up finish.
In 2005, McIntyre guided the team to another 13-win season and the Atlantic Soccer Conference regular-season and tournament titles. For his efforts, McIntyre was rewarded with 2005 Atlantic Soccer Conference Coach of the Year honors, and by virtue of its conference championship, Hartwick earned its first trip to the NCAA Tournament in a decade. Two years later, McIntyre was the driving force behind Hartwick’s successful move from the Atlantic Soccer Conference to the MAC, qualifying for the league’s postseason tournament in all three seasons (2007-09) he was at the helm.AN ALL-AMERICAN PLAYING CAREER
Before becoming Hartwick’s sixth head coach, McIntyre was a standout player for the Hawks, earning NSCAA First Team All-America honors as a senior in 1995. He helped the program to two NCAA Tournament berths and a 52-20-7 record in his four seasons (1992-95).
McIntyre scored 18 goals and had 10 assists in his career and developed a reputation for clutch goal-scoring. He tallied game-winning goals in NCAA Tournament victories against Rutgers and Boston University in 1993, and the Hawks were 16-0-1 in McIntyre’s career when he scored a goal. View Full Bio...