Maine native Josh Lombardo finished in 41st place in his home state to lead the Judges.
Forty-four student-athletes have achieved a 3.30 grade-point average.
The junior was Brandeis's top runner at the conference championships for the second year in a row.
Mark Murdy placed 78th overall with a time of 25:56.2, a 17-second improvement over his previous race on the same course.
Mark Murdy place second overall, while Matthew Driben was third. Danielle Bertaux was eighth for the women.
Junior Mark Murdy placed eighth overall, an improvement by 27 places.
Junior Mark Murdy picked up where he left off after a fine rookie campaign.
Haynie joins the department from Wellesley College, where she had been the senior associate director of athletics.
Brian Gao '20 is the first in a series about Judges' work over the summer. Brian is interning at Garmin International in Maine.
The Judges had their third-best showing ever in the standings, scoring the most points in program history.
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