Purdue broke two school records on the final day of regionals.
Micaela Hazlewood PRed in the women's discus to earn a trip to Oregon.
Matthew McClintock earns his first NCAA Championships berth, while Chukwuebuka Enekwechi gets his third.
Purdue has 22 entries in the three-day meet.
The Boilermakers qualified 21 declared entries for next week's prelim.
- Qualified for the Big Ten Indoor Track and Field Championships in the long jump and triple jump.
- Qualified for the Big Ten Outdoor Track and Field Championships in the long jump, triple jump and 4x100m relay.
- Ran a career best 6.92 seconds in the 60m dash at the Gene Edmunds Cup, where he finished fourth.
- Ran a career best 11.24 seconds in the 100m dash at the XIX Alan Connie Shamrock Invitational.
- Jumped a career best 7.42m (24-6.25) in the long jump at the Razorback Invitational, where he finished fourth.
- Jumped a career best 15.62m (51-3) in the triple jump at the Razorback Invitational, where he finished third.
2014: Competed in one outdoor meet for the Boilermakers; participated in the triple jump and the long jump at the Dave Rankin Invite, with a first-place finish in the triple jump and a second-place finish in the long jump.
Prior to Purdue: Attended St. Augustine University for one year before transferring to Purdue in fall 2013.
High School: Four year letterwinner in football; three year letter winner in track; 4x200m indoor all state sophomore year; indoor state champion in long jump junior year; indoor All-American in triple jump and 4x200m junior year; football AAA All Southeastern WR senior year; 4A High School State Champion in football senior year
Personal: Anaquan Malante Jvron Peterson was born in Charleston, S.C., to parents Mattie and Larry Peterson on April 19, 1994; has two older brothers, Otis and Brandon; enjoys working out and playing video games; is majoring in Organizational Leadership and Supervision.