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SAA Scholarship Program
Applications will be taken up to March 31, 2018
The Schaumburg Athletic Association offers a $1,000.00 scholarship each spring. This scholarship is open to any private/parochial or District 211 high school senior who meets the following criteria:
- At least 5 years total participation as a team player within the SAA organization prior to senior year.
- A minimum GPA of 2.5 (unweighted)
Download and return the application by March 31, 2018
CLICK HERE or contact our office at 847-352-7422 for more information
Coming off a tremendously successful season, the Football program is looking to bring this amazing sport to more kids. While we believe tackle is safe for kids, we also understand that parents want options for their kids. We have now also increased the age of Flag football up to 14. All coaches in Flag will now go through training and teach true skill development. Registration is opening soon on many different options for the kids to learn the sport or expand their skills. Registration is open today.
7 on 7- TWO HAND TOUCH FOOTBALL (PASSING LEAGUE)
Great time for the experienced player to work on skill development.
Fantastic opportunity for kids to learn the sport, without impact.
Schedule fits within other sports and flexible.
Taught by current SAA coaches from tackle and flag program.
SPRING FOOTBALL CAMP
March 19th and 21st
Skills Training for all skill levels and interests.
Fun environment to get kids off the couch for a week.
Flag Football is now 5-14 years old.
9-14 will be competitive and we will play other towns
7-9 will be advanced skill development, mostly passing
5-7 will be basic skill development
Season starts on July 23rd
BACK TO BACK STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS MAKE THIS THE ELITE PROGRAM IN THE AREA
Coached by Elite, USA Certified, coaches.
5-7 year old is free this year for tackle football!
SAA Head Football Commissioner
SAA Cheer Registration is HAPPENING NOW!
We are excited to start 2018! Open registration goes through April 20.
Go to www.saa-online.com. Click Log In/Register on main SAA Page.
Our Programs are open to all athletes entering grades Kindergarten-8th in the fall of 2018.
2018 SAA Cheerleading to now offering two programs: SAA Competition Cheer & SAA Football/ Sideline Cheer. For detailed information please visit our website at www.saa-online.com/cheer
WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE A COACH FOR SAA CHEER?
SAA Cheer is now accepting applications for Cheer Coaches for the 2018 Season. Ideal candidates will have Cheer, Dance and/or Tumbling experience, leadership and excellent communication skills, positive attitude, strong work ethic, and interest in working with children (squads run from Kindergarten - 8th grade). Coaches will be expected to attend practices 2 nights a week, and, in some cases, weekend hours. In addition, Coaches will be expected to attend games, competitions, and some special events. Cheer Season runs from July 1 - December 2nd. Coaches must be in High School as of Fall 2018, and will require a work permit if born on or after 07/01/2002. Interested applicants will need to complete the 2018 Cheer Coach Application and submit completed form, via email, to Shila.Khan@saa-online.com, by March 10, 2018.
Please do not hesitate to contact me at email@example.com with any questions.
SAA Cheer Head Commissioner
Registration is still open for the senior league. Girls 9th grade through 19 years old are eligible to play. The senior league does not
interfere with high school softball, senior league games start June 2nd with the tournament ending the third week in July. Registration closes March 24th so don't delay register early.
The coaches will be notifying parents of the team that their daughter is on by March 11th. Please be patient as our coaches have full time jobs and families but will be reaching
out to you this week.
The indoor players clinic will be April 2nd, 3rd, and the 4th. This will be the first practice of the season. The day and time your team will attend will be given to you by your coach at the
The month of April will be softball practices with opening day happening May 5th starting with pictures at Frost Jr High. Picture times and game times for the day will be given at the parent meeting.
We are wrapping up our indoor session and looking forward to getting back outside later this month. Spring practices can begin the week of March 26. The first games are scheduled for April 7 & 8. If you would like to register your child for SAA Rec Soccer, visit Saa-online.com/Soccer. There is still space available. We are also looking for some coaches for the spring session to lead many of the new players who signed up.
SAA Rec Soccer
February was a busy month for the Sluggers. Throughout Sundays in February and March, Coach Dan Long organized a series of weekly clinics for Rec Softball player ages 6-9 years old. The purpose of the camp was to introduce players to the game and to have a great deal of fun with the activities. Several of our Sluggers players assisted with the camp.
On February 19, 18u Coach Dan Long coordinated an “Older Teams Competition” with our 18,16, 15, and 14u teams. There was first an intense hour warmup with all teams working together. Next, teams had been equally divided so that all teams were a mix of different ages, much like high school teams. For the rest of the night, the divided 4 teams played a round robin of 3 games each. “I liked playing with different Sluggers. It was a good time,” said 18u player Jane Moran. “I got to hit against some of our older pitchers which was a great experience,” said 14u player Emma Wokurka. Coaches included 16u Coach Jodi Swiatkowski, 15u Coach Scott Mariani, and 14u Coach Jeff Ardito. Night turned into early morning at the Schaumburg Sports Center, where games finished at 2:00am.
Trivia Night was held on Friday, Feb 17. “We had a record number of guests this year at 511 people attending,” said Director Michelle Greenfield. “I purchased autographed pictures for my girls, and they are already choosing their favorites,” said 10u Coach Phil Falcone. A silent auction and various other activities were followed by dinner. The evening concluded with the annual Trivia Night Contest. “Our Rec Softball Commissioners supported us by reserving 21 guests who participated in the event. We appreciate their involvement, and our plans are to support each other for many years to come,” said Commissioner Frank Hill. Trivia night helps to defray the cost of renting the Slugger Training Center, home of the Sluggers elite hitting facility.
The month concluded with 2 hitting clinics conducted for interested rec softball players. Each player participated in numerous drills and each was given an analysis of her swing and a plan of action for improvement. “The clinic was well-planned and extremely well-executed. Our coaches were just fantastic in teaching the skills of hitting we covered in the clinics,” said Head Commissioner Frank Hill. Thanks also go to our Slugger players who helped with the event. Concluded Lily Pasquerelli, “I had a good time, especially in teasing Coach Hill.”
March begins the high school season for our older teams, while our younger teams will continue to work on hitting and fielding skills, as well as competing in a few indoor games.
Sluggers Travel Softball