The Boilermakers opened the season with seven top 10 marks in the country
The Boilermakers will travel 41 individuals to the season opener
Student-athletes, coaches, administrators kick off school year
News and notes on Purdue Athletics
The men opened the meet Wednesday, the women open Thursday
- Finished ninth at the Big Ten Outdoor Championships in the 110m hurdles with a time of 14.72 seconds
- Finished 12th at the Big Ten Indoor Championships in the 60m hurdles with a time of 8.06 seconds
- Had a PR of 14.02 seconds in the 110m hurdles at NCAA East Prelims where he finished 19th
- Finished 14th at the Big Ten Outdoor Championships in the 400m hurdles with a time of 53.02 seconds
- Won the 110m hurdles at the Rankin/Poehlein Invite and the Purdue vs. Indiana Duals
- Won the 60m hurdles at the Fred Wilt Invite and Purdue vs. Indiana Duals
- Had a season-best 60m hurdles time of 8.00 seconds at the Purdue vs. Indiana Duals
- Competed at the Big Ten Indoor Championships in the 60m hurdles where he ran a career best time of 8.14 seconds to finish 13th
- Ran a career best time of 14.48 seconds in the 110m hurdles at the XIX Alan Connie Shamrock Invitational to finish seventh
- Also competed outdoors in the 400m hurdles.
Personal: Justin Trent Veteto was born March 24, 1996, in Greenwood, Indiana; is the son of Gary and Denise Veteto; has one brother, Andrew, and one sister, Hannah; plans to major in management in the Krannert School of Management; chose Purdue for the great opportunity for success.