2015 Camps
Princeton M. Squash BIO
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 David Letourneau

At Princeton
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.

Before Princeton
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.

Personal
Born March 12, 1985 ... son of Michael and Laura Letourneau ... has a younger sister Danielle.

Year: Senior
City/State: Calgary, Alb.
High School: Western Canada
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