Todd Harrity

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Born: September 19, 1990
Residence: Wayne, PA
Height: 6’1″
College: Princeton University
Current PSA World Ranking: 169

Turned Professional: 2013 

Todd Harrity’s prolific junior career included winning the U.S. Junior Open Championships, three straight titles in the U.S. Junior Championships, two appearances in the World Junior Squash Championships, and representing the United States on the Junior National Team.  The Wayne, Pennsylvania native attended Episcopal Academy where he was the top nationally-ranked boy’s U19 player for more than three years and led Episcopal Academy to a Division 1 title at the U.S. High School Team Squash Championships.

Harrity played in the number one spot in all four of his years at Princeton University including an undefeated season his sophomore year earning first-team All-American status each year.  The 22 year old made it to three College Squash Association Individual finals, winning the 2011 final and most recently losing to Amr Khaled Khalifa of St. Lawrence in 2013.  Harrity played a crucial role with his four wins in the CSA Men’s Team Championships to earn the 2012 national title for Princeton, ending Trinity College’s winning streak of thirteen years.  Following the completion of Harrity’s final collegiate season, he was named co-recipient of the 2013 Skillman Award, given annually to a senior men’s squash player who has demonstrated outstanding sportsmanship during their entire college career

In 2013, Harrity was handed the wild-card in the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions, and earned a third place finish in the SL Green U.S. Championships.  Harrity has represented the United States on the senior level as a part of the 2011 World Squash Championships team in Paderborn, Germany recording its best ever finish of seventh place.

(video) Squash Senior Profile: Todd Harrity via (2013): click here

Now in spotlight, squash wants to be player in Olympics via USA Today (2013): click here

U.S. National Men’s Team reunites (2013): click here

Standouts Letourneau, Harrity to compete at World Squash Team Championships via Princeton Athletic Communications (2013): click here

Harrity reigns in squash with consistency and drive via Princeton Alumni Weekly (2012): click here

Male Athlete of the Year: Todd Harrity via The Daily Princetonian (2012): click here

After Quick Rise in Debut Season for PU Men’s Squash, Harrity is taking game Down Under for World Event via Town Topics (2010): click here

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