Harry Flaherty

Harry Flaherty is state director for New Jersey / New York City of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes located in Red Bank, New Jersey. His work with FCA has enabled him to work with student athletes and coaches at local campus Huddles and at the FCA Summer Sports Camps.

Harry served for seven years with Sports World Ministries, Inc. He attended Red Bank Catholic High School (Red Bank, N.J.), where he received All-State Honors in football and baseball. In April 2000, Harry was inducted into the Red Bank Catholic Hall of Fame.

His hard work earned him a four-year football scholarship to Holy Cross College (Worcester, Mass.), where he earned a B.A. degree in history, pre-law and sociology. Harry is the all-time leading tackler in Holy Cross history and was a two-time AP All-American linebacker. He was inducted into the Holy Cross Hall of Fame in 1995. Harry played professional football with the Tampa Bay Bandits, Philadelphia Eagles, Baltimore Stars, and Dallas Cowboys.