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Harrity made a name for himself on the U.S. and international junior circut, winning national juniors and the U.S. Junior Ope, and representing Team USA at the 2009 World Juniors in India. Todd Harrity led both his high school, Episcopal Academy, and college, Princeton, to team national championships. Harrity earned All-American and All-Ivy League status all four years of college, and won the 2010 college individuals his sophomore year.
Harrity joined the Elite Athlete Program and became a full-time professional in 2013 following his graduation. After falling short in the 2014 final, Harrity won his maiden national singles title in 2015, and subsequent titles in 2016 and 2019.
On the PSA World Tour, Harrity has consistently been one of the highest-ranked American men since reaching the world’s top fifty for the first time in March 2016. Harrity has won three PSA titles, including the $11,000 2018 Madeira Open, and has reached ten finals.
Harrity has represented Team USA in three World Team Championships, including a key role in a record seventh place finish in 2011.
Harrity is a four-time Pan American Games medalist. Harrity earned doubles and team bronze in his Pan American Games debut at the 2015 Toronto Games. Harrity made history at the 2019 Games in Peru leading Team USA to its first men’s team and doubles gold medals.