- M.S., Sports Management, University of Indianapolis
- B.S., Psychology, Le Moyne College
Abbie McEntee is an assistant coach for women's lacrosse since 2021. Previously, she served as a graduate assistant at the University of Indianapolis. As a student-athlete, McEntee graduated from Le Moyne in 2018, where she was a co-captain of the Dolphins national championship squad and started 61 of 71 career games.
At UIndy, McEntee assisted in planning and implementing training and skill development sessions and scouting and recruiting. McEntee also helped with equipment and academic monitoring, as well as leading individual player coaching sessions. UIndy went 21-3 in the two years McEntee was on staff and advanced to the NCAA Division II regional final in 2021. That season, the Greyhounds defeated eventual national runner-up Queens College by a final score of 15-5 and also defeated No. 1 Lindenwood 12-9 in the Great Lakes Valley Conference tournament championship game.
A native of New York, McEntee tallied 34 goals and nine assists in 41 games during her freshman and sophomore campaigns as a midfielder. She also secured 37 ground balls and 25 ground balls in her first two seasons as a Dolphin. McEntee transitioned to defense her final two seasons, recording 13 ground balls and six caused turnovers during her senior year in 2018. Le Moyne went 22-1 on its way to a national championship while limiting semifinal opponent Regis College to just one goal.