|Title:||Head Women's Soccer Coach|
|College:||Plymouth State '92|
Biography: Deb joined the Terriers coaching staff during the 2011 season after stepping down as Athletic Director at Thomas College to make her return to coaching. Biche served as Athletic Director for the Terriers for two and a half years.
Biche was able to improve the Terriers record her second year with the team. In 2012 Thomas recorded 160 shots in 16 games and improved their goals scored by four to 15 on 8 team assists.
A highlight of the 2012 season came against Maine-Presque Isle. With the score tied, Elizabeth Goodall scored in the final minute of play to rally for a 2-1 win; their fourth conference win of the season.
In her first season at the helm, Deb Biche led the 2011 women’s soccer team to the North Atlantic Conference Quarterfinal’s as the number eight seed. The Terriers finished the season with an overall record of 3-14 (3-6 NAC). The 2011 squad recorded 169 shots in 17 games while scoring 11 goals on 8 assists.
2011’s biggest win of the season came on September 17th when they defeated NAC rival Husson at home 1-0 behind from freshman Mary Grace Morris (Fort Kent, Maine) combined with a shutout from sophomore goalkeeper Kate Thibodeau (Woolwich, Maine).
Prior to becoming the AD at Thomas, Biche served as the Head Women's Soccer Coach at St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y. from '98-'08. While at St. Lawrence, Biche led the Saints to a record of 137-90-15.
Prior to leading St. Lawrence Biche served as the assistant coach at NCAA Division I Davidson College in Davidson, N.C. ('96-'98). From '93-'96 Biche served at the Head Coach at St. Joseph's College in Standish, Maine where she held a 33-17-4 record.
Biche is a '92 graduate of Plymouth State where she received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a Minor in Coaching. In '93 Biche earned her Master of Science from Ithaca College.
Biche was a four year member of the Plymouth State Women’s Soccer team and was named NSCAA Soccer First Team All-American in '91 and was also named Little East Conference Women's Soccer Player of the Year in '90 and '91. Biche played on two Plymouth State teams that appeared in the NCAA Final Four ('89 and '91). In ’00 Biche was inducted into the Plymouth State Athletic Hall of Fame.