Chepsiror, along with his teammates, doubled back in the relay after open races. Chepsiror opened up an impressive kick to win the 800-meters by over two seconds in 1:52.08. In the open mile, VIC's Fernando Cabada surged to the lead going for the win, but barely got out-leaned at the line by professional Nicholas Kurgut. Cabada's mark of 4:06.39 claims stake to the fastest time in the NAIA this season, making him the leader of all distance events including the 3k and 5k. Duquette finished third in 4:11.55 with Cheromei just behind in 4:12.51.
Ray Williams finished seventh in the 200-meters with a provisional time of 22.35, while Russell Neff narrowly missed the automatic in the 3k with his 8:48.29. Also running a provisional mark was Nick Glimsdahl in 8:53.77.
Renata Volf raced strongly in the mile finishing 6th. Her time of 5:10.12 improves upon her national qualifying mark putting her in the top 10. Christina Davis, trying her hand at the 200m, earned a provisional qualifying mark with her time of 26.54 seconds.