Concordia's Lucas Weichman was named the meet's outstanding performer after capturing one of the Bulldogs' three national titles in the NAIA Indoor Track and Field National Championships.
Weichman won the heptathlon on Friday and the helped the Bulldogs earn a second-place finish with 57 points Saturday at the championships held in Johnson City, Tennessee. The top-five finish was Concordia's fifth straight and the first under new head coach Matt Beisel.
Zach Lurz also picked up a championship by winning his third indoor shot put title in a row. He contributed 16 points to the Bulldogs. Concordia's Cody Boellstorff won the weight throw Friday.
Hastings' Alex Wellington placed third in the shot put.
Doane finished sixth in the men's competition, while Hastings was 22nd.
The York men finished tied for 31st with seven points.
The Concordia women's team finished in seventh place (31 points), narrowly edging Hastings (30.5) in eighth place.
The Bulldogs had three women finish in the top 10 in the shot put with Andranna Shaw placing in second with a throw of 47 feet, 1 inch. Hastings' Kelbie Lyon was third in the event.
Concordia finished with 14 All-Americans in the championships while Hastings had 10.
Doane's women's team finished in 26th with 11 points.