Cam Letourneau
Cam Letourneau
Height: 6-1
Weight: 255
Year: 2019
Hometown: Hebron, Maine
High School: Oxford Hills
Major: Business & Sports Management

Accolades:
All-GNAC: 2016, 2018
GNAC Sportsmanship Award: 2016 
GNAC Golf Player of the Week: 9/21/2015, 9/28/2015, 9/13/201610/10/2017, 10/8/2018
GNAC Golf Rookie of the Week: 9/7/20159/14/20159/21/2015, 9/28/2015
ECAC's NCAA DIII Co-Rookie of the Month: 10/5/15
GNAC Honor Roll: 10/12/2015, 10/2/2017, 9/9/2018

2017: Participated in 11 events and played 14 rounds as a junior…lead the team in 18-hole and 36-hole average with impressive averages 77.5 and 160.3 respectively…He placed inside the top 10 on 4 separate occasions and inside the top 20 on 7 different occasions…placed tied for first at the USM Fall Classic on November 8th where he shot a one under par 70, which was good for his career best score for a match…He earned GNAC golfer of the week on October 10th, his fourth such honor…at the GNAC Championship on October 14th and 15th he placed tied for 11th after a 36 hole score of 155.

2016: Played in a team high 15 events as a sophomore...had nine top 10 finishes and 10 finishes in the top 20...had a 77.8 18-hole average and a 158.8 average for 36-hole events...had a career best round on September 22nd at the UNE Invitational at the Cape Arundel Country Club in Kennebunk, where he shot a 71, where he finished third at the event...finished first place at the 14th Annual John Queenan Memorial event at Point Sebago in Casco, shooting a 72 in the process...shot a 148 at the GNAC Championship on October 15&16 at Gorham Country Club, finishing in fourth place...was the GNAC Golfer of the Week for the week of 9/13/16...was the team representative for the GNAC Sportsmanship Award...selected to the All-GNAC First-Team...

2015: Participated in 13 tournaments as a freshman…finished as the Medalist in two different events with eight top-10 efforts…averaged a 76.3 score in 18-hole events with a 155.9 mark in 36-hole tournaments…placed as the team’s top finisher in nine different events…helped lead the Monks to a program-record eight tournament victories…finished in a tie for fifth, with teammate Michael Caron, with a 74 score in the UMF Invitational on September 3rd…finished third with a 76 card in the John Queenan Memorial Tournament at Point Sebago Golf Resort five days later…placed 11th with a 153 (79-74) at the Bowdoin College Invitational on September 11th and 12th…was the runner-up with a 147 (72-75) in the Maine State Championship at Fairlawn Country Club on September 19th and 20th…notched his first collegiate Medalist honor with a 73 in the Thomas College Invitational at the Waterville Country Club on September 24th…helped lead the Monks to their third-consecutive tourney victory by placing fifth with a 147 (74-73) at the Husson University Invitational on September 26th and 27th… teamed up with Caron to win the Southern Maine Cup on October 2nd with a 68 score in event, which features a Ryder Cup format…earned his second Medalist accolade of the season with a 35 card in the rain-shortened UNE Invitational at Cape Arundel on October 9th…finished in a tie for fourth with a 149 (75-74) in the USM Fall Classic on October 11th and 12th…was the Monks’ top finisher with a 160 (79-81) score in the GNAC Championship on October 17th and 18th…selected as the GNAC Rookie of the Week on four occasions with two GNAC Player of the Week honors and the ECAC DIII Co-Rookie of the Month accolade on October 5th.

High School: Played four years of varsity golf for Mike Grace at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School....garnered three KVAC All-Conference selections and was the 2013 Maine State Champion.

Personal: Cameron Bernard Letourneau, born in Auburn, Maine...son of Tony and Katie Letourneau...majoring in Business and Sports Management.