Ivy Adair
Ivy Adair
Height: 6-2
Weight: 180
Year: Jr.
Hometown: San Diego, CA
High School: Rancho Bernardo HS
Events: Decathlon/LJ
Experience: 2V

2015 -- Earned all-conference honors in the decathlon at the Big West Championships held at UC Riverside between May 8-9, finishing third with 6,497 points (ranking No. 9 in school history on the post-1985 scoring chart) ... also posted the squad’s third-best javelin performance all spring, throwing for a career-best mark of 189 feet, 11 inches on March 28 at the 33rd annual Cal Poly ShareSLO Invitational (good for second place, helping the Mustangs beat Pepperdine and CSU Bakersfield) ... his sophomore season also included PRs for the 110-meter hurdles (16.44 seconds), pole vault (13-5.25) and shot put (38-11.75) ... also placed second in the long jump at both the UCLA-hosted Legends Invitational on April 4 (at 22-4.25) and the Bulldog Invitational in Clovis on April 25 (22-3).

2014 -- Had a season-best (and team-leading) long jump mark of 23 feet, 6.75 inches at the ShareSLO Invitational on March 29 (when the Mustangs swept three visiting programs) ... was second in the dual meet at Fresno State on March 15 (part of a 115-67 Mustang win), at 22-6 ... then improved to 22-11.75 at the UC Irvine-hosted Spring Break Invitational on March 22 (earning fourth place) ... compiled a fifth-place decathlon score of 6,246 at the Mondo Challenge held at Sacramento State on April 10-11 ... at the Blue-Green Rivalry home meet against UC Santa Barbara on May 3, won the javelin with a throw of 183-7, which crushed his old PR by almost 22 feet.

Prep -- As a senior at Rancho Bernardo High School in San Diego, finished ninth in the long jump at the CIF State Championships, with a mark of 22 feet, 7.5 inches (his PR came in the prelims, at 22-11) ... other season-bests included 43-4 in the triple and 6-1 in the high jump ... also played football and lacrosse for the Broncos.

Personal -- Born on Feb. 19, 1995 in Long Beach ... son of Don and Lanee ... has two sisters: Tyler (who played soccer at Montana) and Makenna ... majors in business.