At Princeton — 2012-13: reached his third CSA national final before falling to Amr Khalifa … earned Ivy League Player of the Year, as well as First-Team All-America and All-Ivy League honors … became first collegiate player to defeat Harvard's Ali Farag … led Princeton to the 2013 Ivy League championship with a 17-2 record; 15 of his 17 wins came by 3-0 scores … was one of two Princeton players to go 3-0 at CSA team nationals … recipient of Princeton's Roper Trophy, which goes to the top male senior student-athlete. 2011-12: earned first-team All-America and All-Ivy League honors for the third straight season … led Princeton to the 2012 CSA national team championship by winning all three matches in the tournament at the No. 1 spot; his 3-0 victory over Trinity's Vikram Malhotra evened the team match at 4, setting up Kelly Shannon's title-clinching win … went 13-3 on the season and reached the CSA individual semifinal. 2010-11: won the CSA national individual championship over Cornell's Nick Sachvie; became the first American ever to win a collegiate softball championship … didn't lose a single game during the championship tournament and lost only two games all season … won final 57 individual games of the year … named first-team All-America, Ivy League Player of the Year and All-Ivy League … went undefeated in the Ivy League for the second consecutive season … played for the U.S. in the World Team Championships and helped U.S. to best ever finish (seventh) … of final 57 individual game wins, only seven games saw opponent reach nine points. 2009-10: earned first-team All-America, Ivy League Rookie of the Year and All-Ivy honors in his first season at Princeton … reached the national individual final before falling to Harvard senior Colin West; became the first freshman to make the national final since Yasser El Halaby '06 in 2003 and became the first American to make the final since 2005 (Yale's Julian Illingworth) … went 14-5 and played every match at No. 1 … didn't lose a single match to a non-senior throughout the season … went 5-1 in the Ivy League, losing only to West … won nine of his 14 matches by 3-0 scores.
Before Princeton — expected to fill one of the top spots in the lineup from day one … graduate of the Episcopal Academy, the same high school that once graduated head coach Bob Callahan … has been the top-ranked boy's U19 player for more than three years … recently competed in the 2009 World Junior Squash Championships in Chennai, India, where he lost a five-game heartbreaker to the sixth-seeded Farhan Zaman of Pakistan 11-8, 11-8, 8-11, 10-12, 12-10 … had also reached the third round of the 2008 World Junior Squash Championships … through 2008-09 season, Harrity has won both the U.S. Junior Open Championship and the U.S. Junior Championship; throughout both competitions, he won 30 of a total 31 games … victory in the U.S. Junior Championships in March was his third straight title in that event … led the Episcopal Academy team to the Division 1 crown at the U.S. High School Team Squash Championships … during the 2007-08 season, Harrity was ranked No. 1; the next three spots belonged to Chris Callis (the eventual 2009 Ivy League Rookie of the Year), Alex Domenick (who played No. 3 for the fourth-ranked Cornell Big Red last season) and Thomas Mattsson (who played No. 1 for Penn during the CSA team championships last season).
Personal — born Sept. 16, 1990 … son of James and Sarah Harrity … has two sisters, Kate and Hannah … interested in music.
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