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1986 Plymouth State Athletic Hall of Fame


CHARLES CURRIER: A longtime Plymouth area resident, Charles Currier was a prime mover behind the establishment of the Plymouth State varsity football program in 1970. He served in several different assistant coaching positions, and was head coach for two seasons. Currier has been credited with recruiting many of Plymouth’s fine student/athletes.

Always active in promoting college and community sports, Currier helped found the Plymouth State Athletic Booster Club and also coached several sports at Plymouth High School.

Just before his death in 1982 at age 54, Currier witnessed and was a part of the first undefeated football team in Plymouth State history, a Panther team that went 10-0 and was awarded the 1982 Lambert Trophy. In 1983, the PSC football field was named Currier Field in his honor.



BILL HAUBRICH ('76): Bill Haubrich is best remembered for his exploits on the basketball court for Plymouth, where he ended his career as the second all-time leading Panther scorer, despite having competed for only two and a half seasons.

Haubrich’s most memorable game was probably a 105-102 PSC victory over St. Anselm in Manchester, in which he scored 43 points from all over the court to lead Plymouth to the upset win, PSC’s first ever over St. A’s.

Haubrich was also a standout performer for the PSC track team before graduating from Plymouth with honors. Currently a teacher and coach at Concord High School, Haubrich was named Basketball Coach of the Year in 1986.


DEB HUGHES ('80): Deb Hughes attended PSC from 1976 until 1980. An outstanding three-sport athlete, she was an academic standout, winning the prestigious Scholar/Athlete of the Year Award in 1980.

A Nashua native and graduate of Mt. St. Mary’s High School, Hughes excelled at basketball for PSC, becoming the program’s first 1000 point career scorer in 1980.  She was also a top ranked singles tennis player for the PSC women’s tennis team, and was a four year starter for the Plymouth softball team.  Hughes also coaches volleyball at Nashua High School.