Game photos from UConn at Georgetown Women's Lacrosse
Meg Dentler joined the Georgetown staff during the summer of 2012. Dentler came to the Hilltop from James Madison University where she coached for four seasons. She works on all aspects of the program with an emphasis on the goalkeepers.
Dentler was at JMU for four seasons helping the Dukes to a pair of Colonial Athletic Association championships and mentoring an All-American goalkeeper in Morgan Kelly. In her time at James Madison, the Dukes earned two NCAA Tournament berths advancing to the second round in 2010.
Dentler came to JMU from her alma mater, George Mason, where was a volunteer assistant for three seasons.
At Mason, Dentler was a two-time (2004, 2005) All-America goalkeeper and the 2005 Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year. She was also a four-time All-CAA honoree, earning-first team recognition in 2003, 2004 and 2005 and second-team honors in 2002. As a freshman in 2002 she was selected the CAA Rookie of the Year.
As a senior Dentler was a team captain and selected the school's Student-Athlete of the Year. She set school records for season (225) and career (855) saves and career saves percentage (.572).
Mason qualified for four-consecutive CAA Tournaments while Dentler was the Patriots' starting goalkeeper.
In 2010, Dentler was among 25 players selected to the CAA women's lacrosse Silver Anniversary team. As part of its 25th Anniversary celebration in 2009-10, the league recognized Silver Anniversary teams in 21 championship sports. The teams were selected by a panel of current and former head coaches in the conference.
Dentler is a native of Crofton, Md., and a graduate of Arundel High School, where she earned All-America honors.