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Ms. Allison Letourneau

Personal Information
Ms. 
Allison 
Letourneau 
Faculty Information
Department(s) Admission Office, Athletic Department
Title(s) Assistant Head for Enrollment Management, Director of Financial Aid, Cross Country Coach, Track and Field Coach
Contact Information
Email
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School Phone
443-662-1009
Education
Degree(s) B.A., University of New Hampshire
M.A., University of New Hampshire
Biography

Allison Letourneau attended the University of New Hampshire (UNH) from 2007-2012 where she received her B.A. and M.A. in political science. While at New Hampshire, Letourneau was a five-year member of the women’s track and field and cross-country teams. As a Wildcat, Letourneau was a two-time New England Champion and America East Conference Champion in the 800m. She is the UNH school record holder in the 800m, 1000m, mile, 1500m, and 5,000m events. Most notably, in February of 2012, Letourneau broke the 15-year old UNH school record in the mile with a time of 4:42. Letourneau was a top-4 finalist for the UNH female student-athlete of the year award, and represented the Wildcats at the NCAA DI Regionals in Jacksonville, FL, competing in the 1500m. A native of Nova Scotia, Letourneau qualified for the Canadian Olympic Trials in the 800m, 1500m, and 5,000m, respectively.

During her time at UNH, Letourneau was named to the America East Athletic Conference academic honor roll for five consecutive years and was inducted into Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society. Furthermore, Letourneau was a four-year member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) at UNH, where she served as an officer during her graduate year.

Letourneau, having graduated from Berkshire School, is very familiar with the independent school lifestyle, and now lives on campus. At Berkshire, Letourneau was a five-time New England Champion and varsity captain in ice-hockey, cross-country, and track and field, and served as head-prefect during her senior year. Allison is the director of admission at Oldfields and coaches the cross-country and track and field teams.

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1500 Glencoe Road
Sparks Glencoe, Maryland 21152
410.472.4800
EACH GIRL'S SUCCESS

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