Todd Harrity is currently the top ranked U.S. Squash player in the world. He is a 2-time US National Squash Champion (2015, 2016).
Harrity is a graduate of Episcopal Academy and Princeton University. At Princeton, he majored in Psychology and was a co-recipient of Princeton’s William Winston Roper Trophy, the Athletic Department’s highest honor, awarded to “a male senior of high scholastic rank and outstanding qualities of sportsmanship and general proficiency in athletics.” Harrity was also the National Collegiate Individual Champion in 2011, and led Princeton to win the National Team Championship in 2012, as well as the Ivy League Championship in 2013.
Since turning professional in 2013, Mr. Harrity has made meteoric strides up the World Rankings. After graduating from University in 2013, Harrity held a world ranking of 181. One year later, he held a ranking of #78. His career high ranking, achieved in December 2015 is #45.
At BWL, Mr. Harrity is an adjunct faculty member in student development. He is also a special coach for the squash program and an advisor to the Headmaster.