Junior (2007): Posted a lifetime-best 7,245 points in the decathlon at the NCAA championships, with his best finishes coming in the 100-and 400-meter dashes, taking third in each event...collected 7,214 points in the decathlon at the Cal Multi-Events Championships; the score was also a provisional qualifier, and a Cal season best, but Conrad did not compete at the NCAA West Regional...took seventh place in the decathlon (6,565) at the Pac-10 Multi-Events championships...ran Cal's fastest 400 (lifetime-best 49.10) of the season at Pac-10s...recorded Cal's season-best long jump (23-6, 7.16 meters) at the California Collegiate Challenge...took fourth place in the heptathlon with 5,178 points at the MPSF championships...posted a lifetime- and Cal season-best 5,259 in the heptathlon to take fifth at the Roger Cox Multis...also recorded Cal season-bests in the 60-meter dash (7.05) and long jump (22-4.50, 6.82 meters) at the Roger Cox Multis.
Sophomore (2006): Scored Cal's third-best decathlon score (5211) at the Cal Multi-Events outdoor meet, second-best long jump (indoor, 7.01 meters, 23-00.00, UW Indoor Invitational)...also posted an 11.88-meter throw in the shot put (UW Indoor Invitational).
Freshman (2005): Redshirted the outdoor season...posted Cal's season-best mark (6.91/Air Force Quad) in the men's indoor 60 meters...third in the 60-meter hurdles (8.42/Air Force Quad)...indoor's 200 meters (22.04/MPSF Championship)...also in the indoor competitions, Conrad finished the season second on the team in the long jump (7.15m/23-05.50/MPSF Championship) and heptathlon (5,039 pts./Cougar Classic)...Conrad ran the third leg of the 4x400-meter relay and helped the team post Cal's best time (3:12.98) of the season at the MPSF championships. High School: A top decathlete prospect...a 2004 graduate of Nevada Union
High School: A 2004 graduate of Nevada Union High School...boasts PRs of 24-2 in the long jump, 10.69w in the 100 meters, 48.57 in the 400 meters, 14.57 in the 110-meter hurdles, 6-4 in the high jump...a California state finalist in the long jump...set six school records...named best overall athlete on team, among other team awards...also played football.
Personal: Born in Sacramento, Calif....parents are Chet Conrad and Barbara Hren...sociology major.