Women's Soccer Athletics Program

Women’s Soccer

Head Women’s Soccer Coach
Deb Biche-Labbe

“Our men’s soccer program is one of the most diverse, dynamic, and exciting in the country. The men’s soccer team competes in the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) as a member of the NCAA Division III. Our philosophy is to help prepare our student-athletes for life after college through academic support, time management education, leadership programming, community service, and mentoring.”

Deb Biche-Labbe

Deb Biche-Labbe returned to the coaching ranks in the fall of 2011 after serving as the college’s director of athletics for three years (2008-2011). Prior to becoming the Athletic Director at Thomas, Biche-Labbe served as the head women’s soccer coach at St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y. from 1998-2008. While at St. Lawrence, she led the Saints to a record of 137-90-15.

Biche-Labbe also served as a women’s soccer assistant at NCAA Division I Davidson College (1996-1998) and the head women’s soccer coach at Saint Joseph’s College (1993-1996). At SJC, she posted a 33-17-4 record. She is a 1992 graduate of Plymouth State where she received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a Minor in Coaching. In 1993, she earned her Master of Science from Ithaca College in Sport Psychology.

Biche-Labbe 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.

A Waterville, ME native, Biche-Labbe serves as the Associate Director of Athletics for Operations and Facilities.

Latest Women’s Soccer News

  • PR: Women’s Soccer - The Fortin Sisters First and Last Season
    on October 13, 2023 at 10:21 am

    Four-year starter and now Graduate Student Samantha Fortin is playing her last season on the soccer pitch with her First-Year sister, Amber. Not only are they both out on the field together, but they are side by side as the two deep backs in the Terrier Defense, something that they had the opportunity to do four short years ago at Gray-New Gloucester High School, but never expected it to happen again.