After serving on the sidelines and primarily serving as a jumps coach for four years, Andrea Ouellette was named the head coach of the Worcester State women’s track & field program in 2015.
In her first two seasons at the helm, freshman javelin thrower Stephanie McFadries, qualified for two back-to-back NCAA Division III outdoor track & field national championships and earned All-American status in 2017 as she placed 8th in the event.
During the 2016-17 season, 23 female student-athletes qualified for the Division III New England Championships, which included high jumper Haley Moss. In the previous year, 12 qualified including high jumper Francesca Casasanta and triple jumper Dalena Le.
Under her direction eight student-athletes have qualified for the Division III New England Championships in the jump events, and Amanda Caldarone became the programs first Division III Outdoor New England long jump champion in 2013.
Also during the 2013 outdoor campaign, two of her jumpers won MASCAC individual long and triple jump titles while she helped direct the Blue and Gold to their first-ever New England Outdoor Alliance crown.
Coach Ouellette is a three-time Division III New England honoree in the triple jump (twice indoors) while she also earned All-ECAC Division III accolades during the 2008-09 indoor season. Coach Ouellette is a three-time MASCAC Champion in the triple jump and she has also earned MASCAC/Alliance honors in the 55-100-400 meter hurdles and the long jump.
During her senior year, Coach Ouellette broke the school-record in the triple jump and provisionally qualify for the NCAA Division III Outdoor meet as she helped lead the squad to their first-ever MASCAC Indoor and Outdoor Championships.
For her three-year contributions to the track & field team, she was recognized with the WSU athletics departments "Robert Devlin" Senior Female Athlete award.