Black Hills State won the men's race, which was made up mainly of NCAA Division II schools, with 93 points.
Also for NIACC, sophomore Tyler Randall was 222nd in 29:40; Nick Frenz was 295th in 30:52; John Enright was 310th in 31:15; Aaron Hardcastle was 359th in 33:10 and Alec Mulcahey was 390th in 39:04.
In the women's race, NIACC placed 33rd with 870 points in the Maroon Division II race. The University of Minnesota-Duluth was the team champion with 83 points.
Freshman Jessica Blumber led the Lady Trojans, who are ranked sixth in the NJCAA cross country poll, with a 101st finish in 25: 22 in the 6-kilometer race.
Former NIACC all-American Hannah Palmeter placed fifth in the women's maroon race in a time of 22:39. Palmeter placed 14th in the same race for the Lady Trojans a year ago in 22:55.
Also for the Lady Trojans on Saturday, Alyssa Cowan was 192nd in a personal-best 6K time of 26:37; Emerson Sears was 210th in 26:52; Lattie Crozier was 283rd in 28:06; Jordan Lane was 323rd in 29:45; Taylor Glawe was 338th in 31:26 and Emma Phipps was 359th in 38:16.
NIACC returns to action Oct. 3 at the University of Arkansas Chile Pepper Invitational in Fayetteville, Ark.