All-time department high 349 points.
Becomes second Seawolf to receive the honor; will be considered for NCAA Woman of the Year
Burne was named 2013-14 America East Scholar-Athlete in cross country and indoor track
Five Seawolves represent Stony Brook University as the best and brightest among the SUNY schools.
Stellar seniors have each been named America East Scholar-Athletes in the last year
2013: America East Woman of the Year...USTFCCCA All-Academic...finished second in 14:44.84 at the Stony Brook Opener (8/31)...finished ninth in 17:29 at the Coast-to-Coast Battle in Beantown hosted by Boston College (9/27)...clocked in at 20:50 and placed 69th out of 288 runners to pace the Seawolves at the Wisconsin Invitational (10/19)...crowned individual champion and picked up all-conference honors with a first-place finish in 17:30.14 at the America East Championship meet (11/2)...collected All-Region accolades for the second consecutive season with a 15th-place finish in a season-best 6k time of 20:41.80 at the NCAA Regional Meet (11/15).
2012: America East Cross Country Scholar-Athlete...USTFCCCA All-Academic.
2011: America East All-Academic Team ... All-Conference Team ... finished second at the Stony Brook Season Opener (13:54) ... placed 64th at the Notre Dame Invitational (17:54) ... took 167th at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational (21:41) ... finished ninth at the America East Championships (17:22.55) ... took 44th at the NCAA Regional Championships (21:55.1).
2010: Competed in six meets ... placed 11th in the Boston College Invitational (18:16) ... took 83rd at the Notre Dame Invitational (17:54) ... finished 132nd at the Pre-National Meet (22:05.5) ... placed 12th at the America East Championships (18:00.40) ... took 120th at the NCAA Regionals (22:25.7) ... finished 181st at the NCAA Championships (22:36.6).