Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC)
- The mission of SAAC is to "serve as medium of communication between Student-Athletes and Athletic Department Administrators as well as provide a means to improve interaction between administrators, the community, and each other."
- SAAC is an organization made up of two student-athlete representatives from each sport as well as some at-large members.
- SAAC meets twice a month on Thursday nights and discusses issues and ideas within the world of college athletics. SAAC is often called upon by administrators to represent the student-athlete body to give feedback on new ideas.
- SAAC does many things including community service, discussion on legislation, and social functions.
- How do you become a member? Your team's coaching staff will elect 2 members to represent your team for SAAC. If you are interested, please talk to your coaching staff!
- What is expected of me if I'm a SAAC representative? If you are a member of SAAC you are expected to come to all the meetings that your team is in town for and listen to discussions and voice your opinions when you feel they may be constructive. You may also take part in helping manage SAAC's budget, plan the social functions, or represent SAAC in other roles.
- What can SAAC do for me? SAAC is a great organization to take part in and learn more about the ins and outs of college athletics. You can meet and get to know some administrators at Mizzou as well as acquire many great experiences that will help you in your future. Through SAAC you will develop many leadership skills that you can use for throughout the rest of your life.
|2008-09 Mizzou SAAC Officers|
2008-09 SAAC Representatives
- Women's Cross Country: Angela Potrykus, Ellen Ries
- Men's Cross Country: Tim Cornell, Brian Graybill
- Baseball: Kyle Gibson (Vice President/Social), Rex Meyr
- Men's Basketball: Zaire Taylor, JT Tiller
- Women's Basketball: Alyssa Hollins, Bekah Mills
- Football: Kurtis Gregory (Treasurer), Sean Weatherspoon
- Gymnastics: Alicia Hatcher, Allison Heizleman
- Women's Golf: Julia Potter, Chelsea Schriewer
- Men's Golf: Peter Malnati (Co-President), Will Hogan
- Soccer: Michelle Collins (Secretary), Ashley Hamblin
- Softball: Katie Milles, Julie Silver
- Men's Swimming & Diving: Matt Dahlke, Jordan Hawley
- Women's Swimming & Diving: Allie Bennett, Colleen Gordon
- Tennis: Jamie Mera, Mallory Weber
- Men's Track & Field: Nick Adcock, Jerron Forte
- Women's Track & Field: Krishan Lee, Kaela Rorvig
- Wrestling: Raymond Jordan (Co-President), Michael Chandler (Vice-President/Community Service)
- Volleyball: Julianna Klein, Lei Wang
- Adam Casey (Football)
- Madison Marcolla (Women's Golf)
- Blossom Nwaneri (Women's Track & Field)
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