Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)
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          Release: 08/22/2011
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Student-Athlete Advisory Committee

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is an advisory group of student-athlete representatives from each team that meets up to twice a month. The purpose of the Committee is to help ensure that policies and practices of the Department of Athletics are consistent with the NCAA principles of student-athlete welfare, and that the services provided help promote the physical and educational well-being of student-athletes. In addition, SAAC provides social opportunities for all student-athletes, engages in community service and supports Billiken teams during athletic competitions. Appropriate Athletic Department members and University staff/faculty are welcome to attend to promote communication between Saint Louis University and its student-athletes. SAAC receives full support of the Director of Athletics, Senior Woman Administrator, and Faculty Athletics Representative. If any student-athlete has a concern to be addressed, he or she should contact the team representative, who will bring the issue to the next SAAC meeting. 

 

For more information about the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, contact your team representative or Heather Freehill (314-977-7063) of Billiken Student-Athlete Academic Support Services.

2014-15 SAAC Executive Board

Kingsley Bryce (President)
Maddy Bush (Vice President) (Community Service Chair)
Stephanie Uhrich (Secretary)
Megan Depew-Brady (Budget Chair)
Lindsay Friedman (Public Relations co-Chair)
Lila Lehtola (Public Relation co-Chair)
Naty Yacaman (International Relations Chair)
Miguel Flores (Compliance Chair) (Atlantic 10 Representative)
Livi Logan-Wood (Compliance Chair) (Atlantic 10 Alternate)
Dustin Anderson (Back the Bills Chair)
Pat Sheil (SLUspy Awards co-Chair)
Mesi Price (SLUspy Awards co-Chair)
Mike Vigliarolo (Billikens After Dark Liaison)
Tyler David (Sexual Assault Prevention Assembly Liaison)
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