That victory allowed Indiana Tech to grab the title by a mere point (102-101) over Oklahoma Baptist.
The Indiana Tech 400-meter and mile relay squads each defended their national championships, while Dixon also defended her title in the 400-meter hurdles.
The 400-meter relay of Brianna Woods, Shayla France, Jewel Thomas and Tia Cooper defeated Oklahoma Baptist with a time of 44.85.
Dixon won her 400-meter hurdles title by nearly a full second, finishing in 58.49.
Warrior coach Doug Edgar was named Coach of the Year for the second straight season.
In the men's meet, the Warriors won a national title for the third straight time, as theyalso claimed the 2014 indoor national championship earlier this spring.
Indiana Tech had four individual national champions, highlighted by a photo finish victory in the 100-meter race by Dontaey Paige. He won the race by a .004 second margin.
In the 400-meter event, Deshawn Marshall earned a title in a time of 47.06, after winning the same event indoors. Robert Rose took the 400-meter hurdles title, his first career individual title, while the 3,200-meter relay team also recorded a photo finish win.
Matt Adair got things started for that relay squad with Devon Marrow and Drew Mueller helping give John Hester a slight lead heading into the anchor leg. Hester was able to out-kick Justin Kent of British Columbia to win the event by .43 seconds with a time of 7:31.12.
Warrior coach Doug Edgar was named Coach of the Year for the second straight season and third time overall, winning the same award indoors.