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On-line registration is still open for both tackle and flag football. Sign-up now.
5-7 year old tackle football is free for kids this year. Only pay the $50.00 fundraiser fee.
Every new tackle players referred by existing SAA players earns a $50.00 off their registration. So get some friends to play and earn some money back on your registration.
Flag football max age is now 14 years old. This is a great way to learn the wonderful sport of Football.
Please visit the Football website for the most up to date info.
Please check back next month for the most up to date info on the start of camp and late equipment pick-up.
See you out there.
REC BASKETBALL IS LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS!
We are in need of your help. Below is a list of open positions that we need to fill in order for our program to run successfully. I understand that it is a commitment and it will take some time on your part, we do have a commissioners coach that will provide you with all the training you need to do these jobs. We would like to fill these positions in the off season so the new commissioners can get their feet wet and attend a few of our monthly meetings before the season begins.
2 Boys League Commissioner
3 Boys League Commissioner
4 Boys League Commissioner
7 Boys League Commissioner
Tournament Team Commissioner
Please consider joining our board and helping out. Please contact me if you are interested and/or have any questions.
SAA Rec Basketball Head Commissioner
The beginning of May kicked off with opening day at Olympic Park. The weather couldn't have been better and the girls looked great marching in the parade with their team. A special thanks to Menchies and Lou Malnati's for the coupons for the kids. Also a big thank you to Matthew from the Bartlett Challengers for throwing out the first pitch for us and getting the games officially started, and Maddy Crivlare for singing the national Anthem.
On May 19th SAA Softball hosted the Bartlett Challengers buddy ball tournament at Olympic park. The day was a huge success with our softball girls helping the challengers to play some baseball. A big thank you to Paul for bringing the kids over to play and to our girls for spending the afternoon helping out for a great cause. We also want to thank the softball and baseball players from district 211 that came out and volunteered their time. We are already looking forward to hosting the tournament next season.
Registration for fall softball is open and will be closing June 26th so don't delay register early. Some leagues have a waitlist, once we have enough girls on the waitlist we will open up another team for that league. The fall season runs from the second week of August through the second week of October with no games Labor Day weekend.
Just a reminder to drop your raffle tickets off at Veterans concession stand while you are playing a game there. Please do not drop them at Olympic concessions as
they will not be able to accept them.
As we approach the end of our spring season, we are in full preparation mode for next season. In May we conducted tryouts for next season’s rosters. We have open roster positions for girls born in the following years:
2006, 2008, 2009 and 2010
If you are interested in more information please contact Hamid Mehreioskouei, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The club has partnered with 5 Star Soccer to host a skills camp, June 25th – 28th, at Olympic Park, click herefor details and registration info. The camp provides an outstanding opportunity for players of all ages to improve all aspects of their games through the use of an exceptional staff of coaches and challenging training curriculum.
SAA Club Soccer
Congratulations to the 8th graders (now high school freshman) who’ve graduated from Junior High. Thank you to the coaches and volunteers who helped make this program one of the best! We do have an outdoor high school program, but it is based on interest and sign ups.
2018-19 Rec Soccer Registration is open. We need coaches to sign up as well. We will provide training.
It’s not too late to sign up for one, two or both of our summer soccer skills camps. These 5 day camps will be held the weeks of June 11 and August 13. The cost is $139 and the camps will be held evenings at Atcher Park. Our training partners, Chicago Fire-Soccer in the Community will be leading these camps.
Our in house Rec Soccer tournament will be held this weekend for 3rd-8th grades. Friday will be at Olympic and Saturday/Sunday will be back at Atcher. Kindy-2nd grades will play regularly scheduled games.
Despite the cold and wet weather this spring, we managed to make up nearly every game. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we had to juggle things to try to get these games in.
SAA Rec Soccer
Online registration is now open!
Come join us for another season of our growing recreational volleyball league.
If you are a beginner or advanced we have a spot for you, boys and girls in grades 4 to 8 are welcome to sign up. Sign up at saa-online.com/volleyball.
MORE EXCITING NEWS
Join our second annual 4 day summer camp at Schaumburg high school for boys and girls from grades K - 8. REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
Results Matter! The Schaumburg Flyers are on a roll. 8u is currently 16-1 with a 1st place Tourny win and a slaughter win over one of our previously unbeaten neighborhood rivals. Our 9u continues to play good baseball atop their league. 10u is bouncing back from last year with a good showing this past weekend in Winfield. 11u took 1st place in their weekend tourney and has won 7 in a row. 12u is a roll. Sitting 21-5 undefeated in MSBL play and took 1st place this past weekend in a 12 team tourney in Elgin. 13u also had a great showing in Elgin with a 2nd place finish. 14u Orange continues their roll as one of the top teams in their league. 15u in their first tournament of the season took 2nd place and was invites to a college showcase based on their great performance. To say the Flyers are off and going would be and understatement. The weather got better and our teams did too. Great Job Flyers!!! Great job Flyers Parents for sticking through all the tough reschedules and as you can see its paying off with your support. None of this success is possible with you.
Corleavrence D. Deshazer
Schaumburg Flyers Baseball
SAA Travel Baseball Results Matter!!!
Spring season is over, and here comes summer! Our spring tournament was a partial success. The weather did not cooperate, but our parents, coaches, and commissioners worked hard and salvaged one day of competition. Thanks, all! Our younger teams are doing well, winning a few tournaments and learning the great game of softball. Several college Sluggers have done well at Whitewater, U of Wisconsin, Green Bay, U of Illinois, and several other schools. And finally, our high school Sluggers are finishing up their high school season and are now returning to the Sluggers. Many exciting games are here: Colorado Fireworks, Summer Slugfest, Nationals, and a host of other tournaments.
Anyone interested in travel softball-please come to our tryouts in early August. Have a super June!!
SAA Travel Softball
YOUTH GOLF PROGRAMS
SAA is proud to announce instructional youth golf programs. We have partnered with area programs to provided golf instruction specifically designed for the youth golfer.
Schaumburg Golf Club Junior Golf Clinic
Schaumburg Golf Club will offer two junior golf clinics this summer. Each clinic will provide instruction on the essentials of the golf swing from the SGC Golf Academy Staff. Students are taught the fundamentals of the golf swing including proper grip, body alignment, and posture. Instruction is tailored to each junior golfers ability with a focus on fun.
The cost to attend is only $50.00/golfer/clinic. Attend one or both if you choose.
First Tee Junior Golf Program
This special opportunity is presented by The First Tee of Greater Chicago.
The First Tee Life Skills Experience was developed by experts in the field of positive youth development through sport and is taught by caring adults (coaches) who have been formally trained by The First Tee. It is delivered at Golf Course and Green Grass