2009-10: earned second-team All-America honors, although he went into the CSA individual championships ranked fourth overall; suffered injury at individual championships and fell to 19th in the national rankings … went 10-4 overall, with only two regular-season losses coming against Trinity … went undefeated against Ivy League teams, including 3-1 win over Harvard in CSA team championships … topped Rochester's Jim Bristow in final team match of the season. 2008-09: earned first-team All-America and first-team All-Ivy honors … ended year ranked ninth nationally … reached national individual quarterfinals for second straight year before falling to Princeton teammate and eventual finalist Mauricio Sanchez … went 11-2 during team season; both losses were close matches against Trinity's Andres Vargas … went 5-0 in the Ivy League and won 15 of 16 games … played mostly No. 3 or No. 4 during season, but earned 3-0 win at No. 2 against Franklin & Marshall. 2007-08: ranked seventh nationally, the highest ranking for any freshman in college squash … earned first-team All-America and first-team All-Ivy honors … named Ivy League Rookie of the Year after going undefeated against Ivy opponents … played primarily No. 3 for Ivy champion Princeton … went 11-1 and swept through the regular season, including a win at Trinity … reached the national individual quarterfinals, falling to teammate Mauricio Sanchez.
Ranked as one of the top juniors in North America and considered one of the top recruits before the 2007-08 season … claimed several Canadian championships … played for Team Canada in Junior World Championships … is a low-handicap golfer.
Born March 12, 1985 ... son of Michael and Laura Letourneau ... has a younger sister Danielle.