At Princeton — 2012-13: won seven matches at the No. 5 spot to help Princeton win second straight Ivy League championship … came up with biggest career victory with 3-1 over Harvard during 5-4 team win. 2011-12: Went 12-4 playing mostly at the No. 8 spot, and helped Princeton win its first CSA national team title since 1993 … went 2-1 in the CSA championships, and clinched the semifinal victory with an 11-9, 12-10, 14-12 victory over Cornell … won six straight matches late in the season, including a 3-0 victory over Yale … rallied from a 2-0 deficit for a five-game victory over Williams. 2010-11: went 2-1 in the varsity lineup … topped Penn 9-0 at the No. 9 spot and topped Navy 3-0 at the No. 6 spot … made CSA team championships debut against Yale and fell 3-0 … batted .296 with 34 hit, 23 RBIs and 12 runs for Ivy League championship baseball team. 2009-10: went 3-3 as a freshman playing varsity … won his collegiate debut, a 3-2 victory over Western Ontario at No. 8 … made highest start of the season with a 3-0 victory at No. 5 against Middlebury College.
Before Princeton — graduate of William Penn Charter in Philadelphia … has been ranked in the Top 15 in the boy's U19 rankings in each of the last two years … was ranked No. 11 in 2007-08 and headed to Princeton ranked No. 14 … in the U17 rankings, Harrington reached as high as No. 3 in the 2006-07 season; at the time he trailed only Penn No. 1 Thomas Mattsson and Christopher Hanson, who reached the 2009 U.S. Junior Squash Championships final before losing to Princeton's Todd Harrity … Harrington advanced to the round of 16 at the U.S. Junior Championship, and then advanced to the consolation semifinal … was an all-league baseball player who hit .400 with 21 RBIs … helped baseball team to Inter-AC title with a 23-4 record in 2009.
Personal — born Sept. 26, 1980 … son of Stephen and Sharon Harrington … father works in investments; mother is a homemaker … has an older sister Shannon and a younger sister Tara … enjoys playing the guitar … interested in economics and political science.
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