For the second week in a row Krsnak finished in the top spot. His time of 19 minutes 13.82 seconds in the men's 6K was five seconds faster than second-place finisher Matt Volz of Minnesota. Krsnak won the Ron Pynn Invitational hosted by North Dakota last week.
Anthony Bongard slipped into the top three with a time of 19:20.27.
The men came in second with 51 team points. Drake finished first with 39 points and North Dakota State came in third with 74 points. Minnesota and South Dakota rounded out the competition in fourth and fifth places with 77 and 126 points, respectively.
On the women's side, Erin Hargens was the top finisher for the Jackrabbits. Her time of 23:01.11 in the women's 6K put her in 12th place.
As a team, the Jacks came in fourth place with 105 team points. Summit League member North Dakota State finished in second with 57 points, while Minnesota took first with 19 points.
The Jackrabbit men's and women's cross country teams travel to Madison, S.D. for the Dakota State Invite Sept. 18.