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In This Issue:



Recreational Soccer

Travel Baseball



Crossfit Training




For the September 17th Game Against the St. Louis Cardinals



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SAA Executive Board


Don Watson
1st Vice President:
Bill Shanahan
2nd Vice President:
Maria Gibson
3rd Vice President:
Trish Dunbar
4th Vice President:
Nikki Morini
Paul Herbert
Dave Piecuch




Head Sport Commissioners


Tom Morrissey


John Durkin


Cheerleading & Dance:
Lisa Edeus


John Calabria


Kevin Pasquarelli


Recreational Soccer:
Geoff Moore

Travel Soccer:
Jason Bogner


Travel Baseball:
Cory Deshazer


Jason Sarna


Al Costa









Schaumburg Boomers Your Hometown Team!








It's Volleyball time again! 


Time is running out.  Registration will be closing soon. Don't miss this opportunity  to join us for the up coming season.  Boys & Girls 4th - 8th Grades are eligible.


The cost is only $175.00 for the season.


Volleyball is a competitive recreational league that instructs in the fundamentals of the game while having fun.  Our season will start in the middle of August and run thru late November.  Practices will be held in Tues & Thurs and games will be played on Friday's.


Viisit our webiste or CLICK HERE to register now.  Hope to see you soon!




We are off to a great start and look forward to another great year! Practice started on Tuesday, July 25th and we have over 200 players registered. Come see for yourself. We’re ready to show that Viking Pride!

Key Dates – for more information, please check the SAA Football website

Saturday and Sunday. August 12th 13th Crystal Lake

Scrimmages Day (specific times TBD)

Sunday, August 20th – SAA Football Picture Day (specific times TBD), pre-season tackle games

Friday, August 25th – SAA Night @ Schaumburg High School – 6:30 PM to Halftime

Saturday, August 26th – Flag Football games begin, tackle regular season games begin

Monday, September 4th – Septemberfest Parade.
Pep Rally / Homecoming - TBD


See everyone on the football field!


John Calabria
SAA Football 
Head Commissioner




Calling all soccer enthusiasts
It's not too late to sign up for the SAA Rec Soccer 2017-2018 season. The SAA Rec program offers a fun learning environment for players, with the goal being to develop a love for the sport.


Rec Soccer practices begin in late August, and games begin September 9.


Registration is just $185 for a fun season with friends on the fields. Register today!


Interested in coaching?
Several SAA Rec Soccer leagues still need coaches. If interested, please register yourself on Blue Sombrero.


If your young players want to get a last minute clinic in preparation for the season, SAA Rec Soccer is hosting our second Summer Skills Clinic led by Chicago Fire Soccer in the Community. The cost is only $139 and the clinic will be held at Atcher Park, August 14-18 from 5:30-8:30pm. All skill levels are encouraged to attend. Please click here to register.


For those who may be still on the fence about a weeklong skills clinic; there will be a free preview of the skills clinic on Tuesday, August 8 at Atcher Park, from 6-8pm,. All SAA soccer players are welcome.



Geoff Moore

Head Commissioner

SAA Rec Soccer







The Flyers program has always been about one thing first and foremost and that is preparing players to be successful high school players. Many times you hear of the many players making their high school freshman year and many programs believe that's where it stops. Well with the Flyers program that's only the beginning that's why we continue to put out the FACTS to show that RESULTS MATTER!! We not only want our players prepared to make the team their freshman year but we train, develop, and teach out players how to be SUCCESSFUL high school baseball players. That is why so many of the VARSITY level teams in the local high schools are littered with Schaumburg Flyers. As an example this past season Conant High School Varsity alone had 4 of their 8 starting position players be former Flyers. Schaumburg High School this past season had 7 of their 8 starting position players be former Flyers. Even in Elk Grove High School you still find this year at the Varsity level one of their top players was a former Flyers player. It doesn't stop there, I can go on and on with Hoffman Estates, Montini, Plainfield, Bartlett, Lake Park, St. Viator and the number of starters that were Flyers would surprise you. No other program can state this as FACT. The FACTS show that our players are not only making the teams but they are successful starters, main contributors, top players, and many have left their high school this spring, proud and moving on to Colleges around the country at every level to continue playing the sport they love.


Many people can argue many things but FACTS are hard to argue with. So to all Present and Future Flyers continue to show your best on and off the field. Continue to be the best because you train, you play, you live everyday the idea that RESULTS MATTER!!


Tryouts are just finishing up and the Flyers are looking forward to bringing even more players and teams for the 2018 season. See all you Flyers, future and present in winter training very soon.


Corleavrence D. Deshazer
Head Commissioner
Schaumburg Flyers Baseball
SAA Travel Baseball




Our 2017 season has officially begun! It's been great to get back in the Cheerhouse, see old friends and meet our new teammates.


Mark your calendars…. Saturday August 26th SAA Cheer will be hosting our Bowling for Bows fundraiser at Poplar Creek Bowl. It's a great opportunity to join new and old friends alike for an evening of fun, food, bowling and a great silent auction. Managers will be sending out order forms shortly or contact me at


As we begin our weekly practices, please remember, cheerleading is not like other sports-there are not athletes sitting on a bench waiting to go in. Please communicate with managers if your athlete will not be at practice. Everyone is equally important on the squad and commitment to one another is essential. We need the athletes on time and ready to work!


During the first few weeks of the season there is a strong emphasis on team building. It is a great time to reconnect, make new friends, share season goals and renew our love for the sport! As a parent and commissioner, I want to encourage you to support your athlete and let the coaches and managers coach them. They have put a lot of time into preparing for the season and are focused on the squad as a whole.


Thank you and enjoy the summer!

Lisa Edeus
SAA Cheerleading Commissioner




The softball season wrapped up July 23rd with the seniors tournament. Congratulations to the winners of the end of the season tournaments.


Juniors 1st place Uof I
Intermediates 1st place Northwestern
Majors 1st place NIU
Seniors 1st place Thunder


We also want to thank the Sluggers for all of their help with the skills competition before the All Star games. It was a fun evening with good games at every level.


SAA Softball would like to thank everyone for
their help this season on and off the field and
we will see you the beginning of December
when registration opens for the 2018 season


Kevin Pasquarelli
SAA Softball
Head Commissioner




The Schaumburg Athletic Association and CrossFit Roselle have teamed up to pilot a new CrossFit program that will add to SAA's personal fitness offerings.


Pushing, pulling, jumping, lifting, swinging, running, throwing. You name it, we do it. Workouts are done in group setting so you can be pushed and motivated by others around you. Our coaches are there to lead you through the movements and keep you in check.


The 4-week pilot program will be open to boys and girls ages 13 through 19 and will begin with an initial screening and benchmark test scheduled for all SAA athletes on August 14th at 6:00pm. This screening/test will be repeated at the end of the 4-weeks to gauge improvements. The pre and post tests would be at set days/times. Otherwise, participants are free to attend whatever class/day fits their schedule through September 8th.


The athletes will essentially be attending regular CrossFit classes; however, we will make the appropriate changes to the workouts to accommodate sport specific athletes. Meaning, if the regular scheduled workout for the day is to run 3 miles, we would offer an alternate workout for the SAA athletes. Our coaches are well versed in modifying workouts to meet specific needs. I would personally be involved in determining what movements need to be modified to best accommodate the SAA athletes.


CLICK HERE to visit our webpage and register today!!


Schaumburg Athletic Association
217 S. Civic Drive
Schaumburg, Illinois 60193