Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)

The purpose of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee is to support the mission of Athletics by providing a forum in which student-athletes and administrators can enhance the athletics experience at SIUE for the student-athletes, the campus community, and the community-at-large through the examination of mutual interests and concerns. The committee is comprised of a representative and an alternate representative from each athletic team and athletic administrators. This group of student-athletes meets monthly.

 

2015-2016 Officers

President:
Kaitlyn O'Reilly
(Volleyball)

Vice President:
Brett Lane
(Men's Soccer)

Vice President:
Marissa Delgado
(Women's Soccer)

Secretary:
Patrick Gaffigan
(M Tennis)

OVC SAAC Rep:
Julian Harvey
(M Track & Field)

 

2015-2016 Representatives
Baseball: Jarrett Bednar and Mario Tursi
Men's Basketball: CJ Carr and Jalen Henry
Men's Golf: Dalton Charboneau 
Men's Soccer: Brett Lane and Jacob Wieser
Men's Tennis: Patrick Gaffigan and Mike Raymond
Men's Track and Field: Julian Harvey and Ezekiel Clerk
Wrestling: Angelo Silvestro and Jake Tindle
Women's Basketball: Gwen Adams and Alexis Chappelle
Women's Cross Country: Haley Briggs and Jessica Elder
Women's Golf: Molly Marcum
Women's Soccer: Marissa Delgado and Alexandra Johnson
Softball: Haley Adrian and Alexis Kohrs
Women's Tennis: McKenzie Thomas and Mia Frogner  
Volleyball: Emily Harrison and Kaitlyn O’Reilly 
Cheer and Dance: Sara Malone

 NEXT MEETING:

 Have a great summer!

UPCOMING HIGHLIGHT EVENTS:

See you in the fall!

MEETING MINUTES:

August 19th

September 2nd

STUDENT-ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE HANDBOOK:

2014-2015 SAAC Handbook

2014-2015 HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Raised over $500 as part of an OVC wide initiative to send local military veterans to the OVC Basketball Championships in Nashville, TN. The fundraising efforts resulted in SIUE send a local veteran to the championship.
  • Earned first place finish in a campus wide Homecoming Spirit Week Competition.
  • Collected hundreds of toiletries to be donated to a local women's shelter as part of the e Toiletry Frenzy.
  • Collected over 700 cans and $575 that were donated to a local food pantry in Collinsville, IL.
  • Hosted over 140 children from the community in a Kids Night Out event.