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.

 

2013-2014 Officers

President:
Kaitlyn O'Reilly
(Volleyball)

Vice President:
Brett Lane
(Men's Soccer)

Secretary:
Ashton Stair
(Women's Golf)

OVC SAAC Rep:
Emily Conlon
(W Cross Country)

OVC SAAC Rep:
Kaitlyn O'Reilly
(Volleyball)

2014-2015 Representatives
Baseball: Drew Johnson 
Men's Basketball: Michael Messer and Donivine Stewart
Men's Golf: Dalton Charboneau 
Men's Soccer: Brett Lane and Jacob Wieser
Men's Tennis: Patrick Gaffigan
Men's Track and Field: Davinn Smith, Julian Harvey and Ezekiel Clerk
Wrestling: Patrick Myers, Russell Coleman and Lucas Volpe
Women's Basketball: Tierny Austin and Alexis Chappelle
Women's Cross Country: Emily Conlon and Haley Briggs
Women's Golf: Ashton Stair
Women's Soccer: Samantha Jones and Marissa Delgado
Softball: Brittany Toney and Alexis Kohrs
Women's Tennis: McKenzie Thomas and Mia Frogner
Women's Track and Field: Jatavia Wright     
Volleyball: Kaitlyn O’Reilly and Kasey Schumacher
Cheer and Dance: LaJenora Amos, Gracie BillupsSara Malone and Carrie Miller  

 NEXT MEETING:

 Tuesday, August 19th at 6:30pm in VC 1333

 

UPCOMING HIGHLIGHT EVENTS:

Dates coming soon...Good luck to all sports beginning their season!

SAAC Handbook

2013-2014 HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Raised over $1500 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 sending three local veterans to the championship.
  • Collected hundreds of toiletries to be donated to a local women's shelter as part of the e Toiletry Frenzy.
  • Organized an Easter party for Gateway 180 Homelessness Reversed.
  • Collected over 700 cans and $575 that were donated to a local food pantry in Collinsville, IL.
  • Earned a second place finish in a campus wide Homecoming Spirit Week competition.
  • Hosted over 140 children from the community in a Kids Night Out event.