Emily Low was named the meet's Most Outstanding Women's Runner en route to her first place finish. Her time of 21:51 set a new school record and it also set a new personal best.
Ashley Ezell placed second with a personal best 22:29, Megan Fogarty was third also with a personal best 22:36, Bridgett Dryer finished 12th with a 23:23, a personal best time and Elizabeth Browning was 21st with a time of 24:30, also a personal best.
Low, Ezell, Fogarty and Dryer were all named All-Mason-Dixon Conference.
Team scores for the women were CNU first with 39 points, Salisbury second with 42 points, Mary Washington finished third with 51, Catholic placed fourth with 97 points and Methodist was fifth with 155 points.
For the men, the Captains finished first also with 36 points. Salisbury was second with 38 points, Mary Washington placed third with 53, Catholic fourth with 126 and Methodist fifth with 135 points.
Cary Chaffee was fourth overall with a time of 25:47, Jay Wyss finished fifth with a new personal best 25:52, David Barham placed seventh with a 26:06, a personal best, Daniel Swale finished ninth with a new personal best of 26:11 and Jim Highsmith finished 11th with a time of 26:22.
Chaffee, Wyss, Barham, Swale, Highsmith and Nate Wallace all earned All-Mason-Dixon honors.
CNU's cross country team returns to action next Saturday in the USA South Conference meet held in Greensboro, NC