Junior Niamh Kenney was 31st and senior Danielle Bertaux was 33rd as the Judges placed 15th overall.
Forty-four student-athletes have achieved a 3.30 grade-point average.
The junior finished in 17th place, just three spots out of All-Association contention.
The senior led a pack of three Judges within a second of each other with a time of 22:41.4.
Danielle Bertaux was eighth for the women, while Mark Murdy was second for the men and Matthew Driben was third.
Sophomore Erin Magill improved by 23 places and shaved 30 seconds off her previous collegiate best.
Junior Andrea Bolduc picked up her first collegiate win as the Judges placed second.
Haynie joins the department from Wellesley College, where she had been the senior associate director of athletics.
Lauren Bertsch, Scottie Todd and Julia Bryson were all honored for their combined outstanding performances in competition and in the classroom.
Last winter, the first openly transgender athlete to compete in any sport on an NCAA Division I men’s team spoke with the Brandeis SAAC. The UAA office featured him earlier this month.
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