Django Lovett
Position: High Jump
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Surrey, British Columbia
High School: Brookswood Secondary School
Experience: 3 Years


2014 Indoors: Competed four times in the high jump, winning three times … At his first meet, the Lobo Collegiate Invitational and Cherry & Silver Invitational, won with a mark of 6-11 ¾ (2.13 meters) … Cleared 7 ¼ (2.14) at consecutive meets, placing fourth at the Cherry & Silver Invitational and winning the New Mexico Team Invitational … Earned his third win the season at the Mountain West Indoor Championships, clearing a personal-best 7-2 ½ (2.20).

2014 Outdoors: Did not compete.

2013 Indoors: Competed at for meets, three in the high jump ... Cleared nearly identical heights in the high jump during the regular season, registering marks of 6-10 1/4 (2.09m) at the New Mexico Invitational (placing first) and 6-10 3/4 (2.10m) at the Don Kirby Elite Invitational (placing seventh) ... Also competed once in the 60-meter dash, clocking a respectable time of 7.27* ... Won the Mountain West Championship in the high jump, clearing 6-11 to earn his first indoor MW crown.

2013 Outdoors: High jumped at seven meets, placing top-three five times ... Opened with a 6-9 3/4 (2.08m) at the UTEP Springtime Invitational, taking third ... Registered the same mark--6-11 (2.11m)--at three straight meets, placing second at the Air Force Triangular, tying for second at the Beach Invitational and placing third at the Brutus Hamilton Invitational ... Duplicated his victory at the indoor conference championships, winning the high jump at the Mountain West Championships with a mark 7 1/2 (2.15m) ... Qualified to the NCAA West Preliminary championships, taking sixth with a clearance of 7-1 (2.16m) ... Tied for 21st at the NCAA Championships with a mark of 6-8 3/4 (2.05m).

2012 Indoors: Did not compete

2012 Outdoors: Competed four times in the long jump, coming back after missing all of the indoor season and half of the outdoor campaign ... In his first meet of 2012, lept 6-11 3/4 at the Mt. SAC Relays, claiming fifth overall and third collegiately ... Claimed 6th at the Brutus Hamilton Invitational, clearing 6-7 ... Took runner-up honors at the Mountain West Outdoor Championships, leaping 6-10 1/4 to nab All-MW honors ... Qualified to the First Round of the NCAA Outdoor Championships, clearing 7-1 1/2 to place 11th and come within a quarter inch of a personal best (7-1 3/4) ... Advanced to the NCAA Championships for a second-straight year and placed 19th with a clearance of 7 1/2.

2011 Indoors: Won the high jump at the New Mexico Invitational at the end of January, notching a 7'-0.25" (2.14 meters) mark ... Finished in a seven-way tie for fifth at the UW Husky Classic, posting a 6'-9.5" (2.07m) jump ... 3rd place at the 2011 Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships, registering a 6'-8.25" (2.04m) mark.

2011 Outdoors: Runner-up in the high jump at UTEP Invitational with a jump of 6'-11.75" (2.13m) ... Fourth place in the high jump at the Brutus Hamilton Invitational, reaching 6'-9.5" (2.07m) ... 2011 Mountain West Conference Outdoor Champion in the high jump, with a 7'-1.75" (2.18) mark ... Participated in the 2011 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field National Championship, with mark of 6'-8.75" in the high jump, placing 22nd.


Nominated for the Canadian Youth Athlete of the Year in 2009 ... 2009 British Columbia Youth Athlete of the Year ... Jumped a personal best 7-1 1/4 his senior year ... 3-time provincial champion ... Head of the Class ... Canadian youth high jump record holder.


Son of Catherine and John ... Name is pronounced jang-o; the "d" is silent ... Has two siblings, Tay and Isaiah ... Hobbies include hanging out with friends, laughing and watching movies ... Favorite food is Chinese food ... Favorite athlete is Javier Sotomayor ... Majoring in business.


High Jump: 7-2 1/2 (2.20m)

High Jump: 7-1 3/4 (2.18m)


• Honorable Mention Outdoor All-American: 2012
• All-Mountain West Indoor Team: 2011 (High Jump), 2013 (HJ) & 2014 (HJ)
• All-Mountain West Outdoor Team: 2011 (High Jump), 2012 (HJ) & 2013 (HJ)

* indicates a performance that has been adjusted based on the NCAA altitude conversion protocol