Livvy Fabry, a NOTRE Dame pole vaulter, is vying for Olivia Dunne’s influencer title.
For her athletic skills, the 22-year-old NCAA standout has amassed a loyal following of over 160,000 social media followers.
After graduating in May, Fabry will return to the Fighting Irish roster for a fifth season.
Livvy, who started college shortly before the Covid-19 pandemic, styles herself as a “super senior.”
In 2022, she had a breakout season, winning the Jack Shaw Invitational after clearing 3.6 meters (11 feet 9.732 inches).
Fabry also finished second in the Notre Dame Invitational, with a lifetime best of 3.79 meters (12 feet 5.212 inches).
The pole vaulter, who is from De Pere, Wisconsin, was a four-time indoor state pole vault champion in high school.
According to her Notre Dame bio, she is studying engineering and plans to compete again in 2023/24.
Away from track & field, Fabry has established a strong online presence.
She’s kept her burgeoning fans up to date with TikTok dancing vids and sensual vacation selfies all summer.
Although Fabry has a long way to go before capturing Louisiana State gymnast Dunne, who has over 12 million social media followers.
Dunne was projected to have received $3.2 million from Name, Image, and Likeness payments last year.
Dunne just revealed her relationship with former LSU pitcher and No. 1 overall pick in the MLB, Paul Skenes.
Caleb Coleman, a linebacker with the Princeton Tigers, is Fabry’s boyfriend.
Recent photos of Fabry with her beau were well received by her 60,000 Instagram followers.
One wrote: “Just absolutely beautiful.”
A second said: “My favorite couple.”
While a third swooned: “Y’all are just too cute.”