Carter finished 132 out of 295 and Patrick finished at 145. Dante Carter averaged a 5:16.1 mile, giving him a total time of 26:11.36. Denis Patrick came in just behind at 5:17.4, a 26:17.65 finish. Carter was in 28th place half-way through the race.
"It wasn't unrealistic to think these guys could have been an All-American. It was a realistic goal, just didn't come through," head coach Mike Nekuda said. "I know both these guys, they are going to put the effort out. I know these guys race hard, sometimes you just don't have it and today was one of those days."
Eric Avila of Southern Oregon won the overall individual title with a finals time of 24:02.45.
The Blue Hawks are looking forward to next season, with hopes of returning to the NAIA National Championships.