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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


Travel Softball:
Frank Hill


Recreational Soccer:
Geoff Moore

Travel Soccer:
Jason Bogner


Travel Baseball:
Cory Deshazer


Jason Sarna


Al Costa







Schaumburg Boomers Your Hometown Team!








SAA Football continues to have a very successful 2017 season. We have several teams in the tops of their respective divisions in the TCYFL. Come check out a game, the Vikings have a winning atmosphere and the games are very competitive and fun to watch.


We had an awesome homecoming weekend. I want to thank everyone who helped put it together. We had great weather, great games, and a lot of fun.
Great Job SAA Football!


I would also like to give a shout out to SAA Cheerleading for cheering at our home games epically homecoming. It definitely adds to the excitement of our sidelines.


Conant High School would like to invite SAA Youth Football and Cheer to the Conant Varsity Football Game on Friday, October 6 vs. Schaumburg High School. It would be great to see SAA families there supporting their teams.


John Calabria
SAA Football 
Head Commissioner




Hello SAA Families,
SAA Recreational In-House Baseball is pleased to announce participation in the Part-Time All-Star (N60) Baseball program for 2018. This program is being offered by SAA as a member of the newly formed Northern Illinois All-Star League (NIASL). The NIASL is a competitive, part-time baseball league that features teams from various northern Illinois communities. This program will replace the SAA All-Star Tournament teams that have competed since 2011.

WHAT is Part-Time Travel (N60) Baseball?

The Part-Time All Star (N60) Baseball program was designed to provide in-house players the opportunity to experience more competitive baseball, on a part time basis.
This program is perfect for those players interested in playing more competitive baseball, in addition to the SAA in-house baseball league. It provides an opportunity for the player to play scheduled games against other communities with competitive programs in a Southern Division of the NIASL including Bartlett, Arlington Heights, Palatine, and possibly more. There will also be an opportunity to play against the Northern Division teams in Lake, Cook, and McHenry Counties. The program also includes the participation in two competitive tournaments in the area.

WHEN are games played?

From the beginning of April, through June, N60 players will play 12 to 15 N60 level baseball regular games, plus one or two tournaments, in addition to their regular in-house games with SAA (playing on an in-house team is a requirement). All N60 games will be played on Sundays, with the potential for double-headers, and will attempt to not interfere with SAA in-house schedules. Players will have to travel to the surrounding towns for all Away games. Home and Away games will be approximately 50/50 within the schedule. Practices will be on Fridays.

N60 players will be expected to practice an additional 1-2 days a week, on top of any practices they may have with their in-house teams, if applicable. (NOTE: in-house games take priority over any N60 games and practices)

WHO can sign up?

The opportunity to participate in the Part-Time All Star (N60) Baseball program is open to all registered SAA 8U-14U baseball players. Tryouts to be held the weekend of October 21st-22nd at the Hausermann/Sharon Fields complex at 1025 Sharon Ln, Schaumburg IL, 60193 . An exact tryout schedule will be posted in a few weeks once we have coaches committed. The intent is to create teams of 12 from each age league. These teams will practice starting at the end of October 2017, have a winter break when the weather becomes unplayable, and resume in January when the indoor facility opens. They will be registered for the in-house 2018 spring season in October of 2017.

Note: There is a possibility for more than 1 team at an age range if the number of kids trying out and talent warrants it, vice versa we could have an age range with no team if numbers are not sufficient.

The estimated cost for participating in the Part-Time All Star (N60) Baseball program is $300.00. This includes all scheduled games, umpire fees, tournament fees, and travel uniforms. (Note: cost of program is in addition to SAA in-house league fees). The $300.00 is due upon formation of teams indicating commitment to the roster.



Register for Tryouts!  All players must register prior to tryouts. Registration for an opportunity to tryout is absolutely FREE!!

Click Here to register now!!!


If you have any questions, please contact:

SAA N60 Commissioner: Shawn Donohue at

SAA Head Commissioner: Jake Wilson at


Best Regards,
Jacob Wilson
SAA In-House Baseball Head Commissioner




SAA Rec Soccer Indoor Session Registration will be opening soon.  The indoor session begins in early January and ends in March.  There are Kindergarten through High School leagues available.  Games are played Monday-Wednesday at the Schaumburg Sports Center on a rotating basis.  This is a games only league, there are no practices.


Geoff Moore

Head Commissioner

SAA Rec Soccer




October marks the start of our cheer competition season. All the squads will be participating in a minimum of 3 IRCA cheerleading competitions. The first competitions will be held at Dundee Crown High School in Carpentersville, IL. All of our teams are excited to show everyone what they have been working so hard on the past few months.

The Cheerleaders continue to cheer at Football games and wish them good luck for the remainder of the season!

Cheer continues its fundraising program to help support the Cheerhouse. Cheer and Travel Soccer partnered for the annual Mum fundraiser and it was a great success. Thank you for all the support.


Lisa Edeus
SAA Cheerleading

Head Commissioner



Player Clinic & Program Practice Huge Successes
The Sluggers conducted a Program Practice which was organized by Coach Swiatkowski and run by the Slugger 16u and 18u teams. “My favorite part was when we celebrated winning a national championship,” said Kim Kolodziej. Hannah Oh had fun teaching the younger Sluggers: “I think all of us older Sluggers felt great about helping our younger Sluggers.” 7 teams and over 80 Sluggers executed warmups together, the Slugger Way. For 2 hours, the Sluggers practiced several softball skills and concluded with practicing something 18u Gold Champion Coach Tony Rico preached: “Make your games movies. A good movie is one where no one wants to go to the concession stand. Keep your games spirited and fun for all, especially you.” Concluded Coach Phil Falcone, “Judging by the excitement all of the kids showed, the practice was a great one.”

Later in the month, 35 teams from different age groups competed in our annual Fall Slugfest. “It was a lot of work for us putting up temporary fences at our different fields, but watching the kids compete made it worth the effort,” said Coach Greg Dolecki. In addition to coordinating setup and takedown work, Coach Brett Lehnert made sure all equipment and supplies were at each field. Pool play began on Saturday morning and concluded that evening. “It was really a hot weekend. I was proud of our Sluggers as they played 3 games in the heat and gave it their all,” said 12u Coach Brandon Simmons. Every Slugger team earned a victory in pool play, the most successful the program has been so far. In the Championship game at the 16u level, the Sluggers 16u team prevailed over the Lemont Sizzlers. “We played 7 games in 2 days and stayed strong throughout the weekend,” explained team member Maggie Trotter. Mike Maciejewski, one of the tournament directors, concluded, “Our volunteers did an extraordinary job-from putting up fences, to field preparation and reporting scores, to handing out trophies and taking down fields. The strength of our program is in our members.”

October begins with our teams from 14u up going to local and regional college recruiter tournaments. Outdoor practices will continue until the weather changes. At that point, Sluggers go indoors to work on hitting and the mental game. “I’m really enjoying both working in the Slugger Program and working with my team,” said Coach Vince Ackerman. Coach Jeff Ardito summarized the fall season: “Championships are won in the fall. Our girls worked hard this fall to realize their dreams.”


Frank Hill 

Schaumburg Sluggers

Head Commissioner




Registration is wrapping up for this year and here is the upcoming timeline.

  • Evaluations – Week of October 9th
  • League Drafts – Week of October 16th
  • Players Clinic Hosted By Conant High School – October 15th, 22, and 29
  • Coach’s Clinics – October 24th and November 5th
  • First Practices – Week of October 30th

There will be more information coming out in Mid-October regarding the high school leagues. The registration for high school does not conclude until November 30th.


John Durkin 

SAA Basketball 

Head Commissioner




We would like to take the time to thank all our volunteers that make our program a success. Our season is a quarter of the way through; please keep looking to our webpage for upcoming events. The webpage is updated frequently so we can keep you informed of events happenings throughout the year. Our tournament schedule will be posted shortly. The fall isn’t the only time you can DO volleyball. Winter clinics/camp, spring clinics, summer clinics/camp. If there are any questions that you would like to have answered, please contact me at Thank you.

Al Costa
SAA Volleyball
Head Commissioner


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