Swanguen's victory came in the 29-person men's A downhill race, while Beeman was the top rider in the women's A dual slalom event on Saturday.
Along with the two victories, the Blue Raiders made numerous appearances in the top five throughout the weekend, including five runner-up finishes.
Swanguen won the men's A downhill after he narrowly edged out teammate Jake Smith for the victory. Corey Ross rode his way to a 16th-place finish as Anthony Lucchesi took 18th and Wyatt Myers placed 22nd.
Beeman won the women's A dual slalom after topping the field of 21 competitors. She was able to slightly edge out her teammate Sanders, who had to settle for second place. Vidak placed 10th and Delamare took 17th in the race.
Four Blue Raiders finished in the top five of the men's A dual slalom. Ross was the runner-up in the field of 26 followed by Smith in third, Swanguen in fourth and Hammond in fifth. Brevard's (N.C.) Walker Shaw won the race. Lucchesi and Hammond also raced in the event, placing 14th and 17th, respectively.
In the men's B dual slalom, Crays collected his second runner-up finish of the weekend while Tanker took sixth place.
In the short track cross country events, Myers placed 28th in the men's A race while Phillip Christmas placed 30th. Christmas also competed in the men's A cross country race on Sunday, placing 21st.
The Blue Raiders now turn their attention to the USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Championships set to begin on Oct. 20 in Missoula, Montana.