The Maroons men's team broke Lynchburg's four-year stranglehold on the conference title. RC, paced by second-place finisher Jacob Pack (28:21), had 30 team points, followed by Lynchburg with 39, Washington & Lee University with 86, Bridgewater College with 106, Eastern Mennonite University with 116 and Hampden-Sydney College with 163. Washington & Lee's Andrew Schorr paced the men's field in 28:11, earning ODAC Male Runner of the Year honors. He was followed by Pack and Lynchburg's Brian Flynn in third (28:54). Other men's runners to earn first-team All-ODAC honors were: Eric Johnson (Roanoke, 4th – 28:54), Brian Tullock (Lynchburg, 5th – 29:08), Kevin Graves (Lynchburg, 6th – 29:12), Zack Tembi (7th, Roanoke – 29:30). Roanoke's Finn Pincus was named the ODAC Men's Coach of the Year.
The Lynchburg women had the race's top three finishers to score 20 team points, with Roanoke in second with 67, followed by Washington & Lee (75), EMU (79), and Bridgewater (121). Lynchburg's Kelly Archibald earned ODAC Female Runner of the Year, winning the race in 26:18. Hornets Crystal Bergen (26:26) and Amanda Diver (26:39) were close behind in second and third, while Erin Alexander (Roanoke, 4th – 26:49), Coral McCree (Lynchburg, 5th – 26:54), Kendra Nissley (EMU, 6th – 26:54) and Danielle Ginsey (Bridgewater, 7th – 26:54) all earned ODAC first-team honors. LC's Dr. Jack Toms was named the conference women's coach of the year.