It is shown that angular distributions of Auger electrons and X-rays from deexcitation of doubly excited states produced in the resonant transfer and excitation of projectiles in collisions with light targets are, in general, not isotropic. The X-ray emission is nonisotropic with respect to the projectile beam direction because the doubly excited states produced are collisionally aligned. The Auger electron emission to the ground state shows nonisotropic behavior due to the alignment, and the interference with the elastic scattering channel. The detailed theoretical results for the 2p 21D resonance in F 8+ + H 2 are presented at a projectile energy of 20 MeV. The angular distribution of the Auger electron is strongly peaked in the forward direction in the laboratory, and the Auger electrons exhibit significant deviations from the Lorentzian profile, in particular for large angles in the laboratory frame.