Tetreault played lacrosse at Harvard from 2009-2013. The Schenectady native was a preseason All-American in 2012 and 2013. She was a two-time Ivy League Second Team selection, Ivy League Honorable Mention selection (2013) and an All-Region First Team member in 2011. Tetreault ranks 10th with 114 goals in her career and ranks 11th with 139 career points at Harvard.
Tetreault is no stranger to coaching lacrosse as she is currently the head coach for Albany Elite Lacrosse Organization in Albany, New York. She had also previously been a coach for the New York University Club Lacrosse team and the Brooklyn Lacrosse Organization.
At Guilderland, Tetreault lettered all four years in soccer and lacrosse. She earned U.S Lacrosse All-American honors as a senior and honorable mention as a junior. Tetreault was a two-time first-team Suburban Council All-Star along with being named a Times Union and Troy Record All-Star. Tetreault earned U.S Lacrosse Academic All-American status twice at Guilderland. She was the State Tournament Brine Choice Award winner. Tetreault was named both the Times Union and Troy Record Offensive Player of the Year following being named to the New York State Tournament All-Tournament Team.
While at Harvard, Tetreault spent 2012 and 2013 in Arusha, Tanzania in the Support For International Change (SIC) group. In 2012, she was a volunteer where she taught and increased awareness of HIV/AIDS to people of all ages in rural villages. In 2013, Tetreault was the program coordinator where she managed over 40 volunteers during a three-month community HIV education program.
After Tetreault graduated she spent two years as a senior research assistant at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, New York. She identified eligible patients for clinical trials and led those patients through all the necessary procedural time points. Currently, she works for CapitalCare Family Practice as a Quality Initiatives Coordinator where she helps develop initiatives to improve performance in chronic disease management and prevention.
Tetreault earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Neurobiology in 2013 with a minor in global health and healthy policy.