Shot Put – Mitchell Soviak, Mount Vernon Nazarene (Ohio), 18.31 (60-1). Soviak won his first and MVNU’s first men’s shot put title.
Marathon – Jordan Bramblett, Embry-Riddle (Ariz.), 2:33:43.33. Bramblett won his first and Embry Riddle’s first men’s marathon title.
3,000m Steeplechase – Oscar KipKoros, Oklahoma City, 9:14.11. KipKoros won his first and Oklahoma City’s first men’s 3,000m steeplechase.
4x100m Relay – Tennessee Wesleyan (Kenny Benton, Dillan Elkins, Ken Cobb, Devonte Fletcher), 40.22. The Tennessee Wesleyan 4x100m relay team won the school’s first title in the event.
1,500m – Rhys Kramer, British Columbia, 3:54.13. Kramer won his first 1,500m title and British Columbia’s second men’s 1,500m title.
110m Hurdles – Rasheem Brown, Milligan (Tenn.), 13.95. Brown won his first 110m hurdles and the Millingan’s first men’s 110m hurdles.
100m – Demarius Smith, Cumberlands (Ky.), 10.26. Smith won his first 100m title and Cumberlands second men’s 100m title.
400m Hurdles – Joshua Haskin, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.). Haskins won his first 400m hurdles title and MNU’s first men’s 400m hurdle title.
400m – Quintaveon Poole, Wayland Baptist (Texas), 45.90. Poole won his first and the schools seventh men's 400m title.
800m – Matthew Van Eps, Dordt (Iowa), 1:50.86. Eps won his first and Dordt's first men's 800m title.
200m – Kevin Hallmon, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.), 20.55. Hollmon won his first and LWC's first men's 200m title.
5,000m – Kieran Lumb, British Columbia, 14:29.94. Lumb won his first 5,000m title and captures the school's second.
4x400m – Wayland Baptist (Texas) (Demetrius Turner, Tre Hinds, Devin Williams, Quintaveon Poole), 3:07.20.
Triple Jump – Malik Crandle, William Carey, 15.70 (51-6¼). Crandle won his first and William Carey’s first men’s triple jump title.
Pole Vault – Corey Sledge, Eastern Oregon, 5.10 (16-8¾). Sledge claimed his first pole vault title and EOU's third men's pole vault title.
Team Winner – British Columbia, 80. British Columbia won its second title.
Coach of the Year – Laurier Primeau, British Columbia
Outstanding Performer – Demarius Smith, Cumberlands (Ky.)
Most Valuable Performer – Kevin Hallmon, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.)