Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC)
This group serves both to promote student-athlete welfare and to enhance the overall student-athlete experience. Responsibilities specific to this group include promoting athletic events, organizing special events, and voicing the student-athlete opinion regarding potential NCAA policy changes.
It is also the duty of this committee to uphold the image of the student-athlete through charity fundraising and community service. It is through this committee that you should voice any concerns you might have for department administration. This committee is comprised of two representatives from each of the fourteen varsity sports as well as the dance and cheer teams.
SAAC is a committee made up of student-athletes working together to provide insight on the student-athlete experience. It is our mission to enhance the total student-athlete experience by promoting opportunities, well-being, and fostering a positive student-athlete image.
While there are many purposes for having a SAAC, the primary purposes are as follows:
- To promote healthy and constant communication between the student-athlete, the athletic administration, and the conference office.
- To give the student-athletes an opportunity to communicate suggestions, needs, wants, praise and problems to the athletics administrations.
- To encourage more student-athlete involvement in community service projects both on campuses and within the communities.
- To design programs that will encourage academic success, health promotion, social responsibility, and general awareness of the needs of student-athletes.
- To promote student-athlete response to proposed NCAA legislation and suggest potential NCAA legislation.
- Bobby Beggs – cross country
- Jeremy Bell – football
- Thomas Beretta – hockey
- Liz Bloch – cross country
- Nico Caviglia – tennis
- Kyle Clow – men’s basketball
- Mario Dos Santos – tennis
- Maddy Estkowski – track & field
- Lexie Flamino – soccer
- Ivona Gorgioski
- Ben Hartley – football
- Hannah Hobson – women’s basketball
- David Jaszczak – Nordic skiing
- Quinn Kaspriak – cross country
- Orion Koepsel- soccer
- Anna Kubek – Nordic skiing
- Mary Lyon – Nordic skiing
- Julia Manzano – track & field
- Baillie McGirk – women’s basketball
- Mitch Meek – hockey
- Justin Mentink – track & field
- Kyle Monroe – men’s basketball
- Luke Moore – track & field
- MacAulay Petersen – volleyball
- Hunter Richards – football
- Allenca Rolim – tennis
- Mariah Sherman – volleyball
- Emily Vigil – cross country
- Dan Wood – Nordic skiing