Dennis Detrie

Head Coach of Women’s Soccer

Dennis Detrie is in his 12th season as the St. Norbert College women’s soccer coach. The Green Knights are 117-77-11 under his direction and have advanced to the Midwest Conference Tournament in nine of his 11 seasons.

St. Norbert enjoyed a banner season in 2013, advancing to the NCAA Division III Tournament for the first time. The Green Knights won the Midwest Conference title with an 8-2 record and finished 14-5-2 overall.

The Green Knights, who had the second-most wins in school history in 2012 when they finished 13-4-3, claimed their second Midwest Conference title under Detrie during the 2011 season. St. Norbert went 11-8-1 overall and 7-1-1 in league action and hosted the conference tournament at Schneider Stadium.

St. Norbert won its first Midwest Conference championship in 11 years when it claimed the title in 2008. The Green Knights were 8-1 in league play and finished the season 12-7-1.

In 2007, the Green Knights placed second in the Midwest Conference at 12-5-1 overall and a 7-1-1 league mark, their best conference finish in seven years.

Detrie was an assistant coach at Green Bay Notre Dame Academy for six years. The Tritons won the 2001 WIAA Division 2 boys’ soccer state championship and in 2001 and 2002 when the Triton girls were the Division 2 state runner-up. Also a club coach for the Green Bay Metro Soccer Club, Detrie coaches at the 16, 17 and 18 year-old age levels for both boys and girls as well as the club's women's team. He holds a national coaching license from the United States Soccer Federation.

A 2002 graduate of UW-Green Bay, Detrie, was a four-year letterwinner for the Phoenix from 1997 to 2000 as a defenseman. Scoring one goal and three assists for five points in 65 games (with 57 starts) during his career, Detrie was named UW-Green Bay's Most Improved Player his sophomore year, was awarded the 110 percent award his senior year, and was named to four all-tournament teams during his career. Detrie was the Phoenix’s captain as a senior, leading the team to its first conference championship game since 1983.