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2015-16 Nevada SAAC Officers From left to right: Co-secretary Greta Oschner (rifle), co-vice president Madison Morell (volleyball), co-secretary Gabby Szchara (volleyball), president Julia Shelbourn (women's basketball), media relations officer Tara Park , community service officer Amelia Jacobs (soccer), community service officer Mackenzie Robinson (soccer) and co-vice president Austin Corbett (football). Not pictured: media relations officer Jasmine Jenkins (softball).
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee
Nevada's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is made up of student-athletes representing all of the Wolf Pack's 16 teams as well as the spirit program.
Mission Statement of NCAA SAAC:
The mission of SAAC is to enhance the total student-athlete experience by promoting opportunity, protecting student-athlete welfare and fostering a positive student-athlete image.
Goals of Nevada's SAAC:
- Provide student-athletes with a voice on issues impacting the student-athlete experience at the University of Nevada
- Foster communication between student-athletes, the athletics administration and the faculty athletics representative
- Foster communication and comraderie among student-athletes and the athletics teams at Nevada
- Encourage and provide opportunities for student-athletes to be involved in community service projects
Nevada 2015-16 SAAC Representatives
|Cross Country/Track & Field
|Women's Swimming & Diving
2015-16 Nevada SAAC Leadership
President: Madison Morell (volleyball)
Vice President: Austin Corbett (football)
Co-Secretary: Halie Bergman (women's basketball) and Gabby Szachara (volleyball)
Community Service: Mackenzie Robinson (soccer) and Amelia Jacobs (soccer)
Media Relations: Tara Park (track & field)
The SAAC advisors are Rhonda Bennett, Senior Associate Athletics Director/SWA, and Tina Ruff, Associate Athletics Director/Administration.
MOMENTS OF THE SEASON
2015-16 Wolf Pack Moments of the Season
Nevada wins CBI Championship
The Nevada men’s basketball team became the first team in Mountain West and school history to win a national postseason tournament. The Wolf Pack defeated Morehead State 85-82 in overtime to claim the title. Senior Tyron Criswell was named the CBI MVP.
View all 2015-16 Stars of the Week.