|Title:||Head Softball Coach|
Deb Robitaille recently wrapped up her 13th season with the Southern New Hampshire University softball team, and her seventh as head coach. She was named head coach on May 31, 2005. Robitaille spent six years as assistant softball coach before being promoted to head coach. She also serves as assistant women's soccer coach at the University.
Over her first seven seasons, Robitaille has posted a record of 150-148 and garnered Northeast-10 Coach of the Year honors in her first two seasons. In 2006 she guided the program to its first-ever NCAA berth, while over her tenure as head coach the Penmen have made five Northeast-10 Tournament appearances. In 2012 Southern New Hampshire won a program-record 28 games, going 28-19 with a roster featuring just one senior.
Robitaille won her 100th career game during a doubleheader sweep of Franklin Pierce on April 21, 2010.
Robitaille is a 1984 graduate of Manchester Memorial High School where she was a member of the girl's soccer team and collected first-team All-State honors as a senior. She also participated in the Lion's Cup All-Star game following her senior year.
The UNH-Manchester graduate served as girl's junior varsity soccer coach at Memorial High School from 1986 to 1995, before being named head girl's soccer coach at Concord High School in 1996. She spent three years at Concord and also served as goalkeeping coach at Keene State College during her final season with the Crimson Tide.
Robitaille has also coached in the Manchester South Junior Soccer League and the U14 Granite State Travel League.