PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- The Pace University Athletics Department has announced the Student Athletic Advisory Committee Executive Board for the 2014-15 school year.
The executive board will be tasked with piloting community service activities with local partners throughout the school year.
In addition, the group will be tasked with managing campus relations such as running the annual SAAC Bingo tournament, driving student-athlete participation at campus-wide and student group events as well as raising money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
SAAC also will pilot the fourth year of the "Pace Goes Pink" breast cancer fundraiser to benefit Northern Westchester Hospital's Breast Institute.
The SAAC Executive Board is made up of 12 student-athletes who apply at the end of the previous academic year and are selected by a committee of athletics administrators. The SAAC advisor for the 2014-15 school year will be Kayne Gutierrez, assistant athletics director for compliance.
The 2014-15 Student Athletic Advisory Committee Executive Board is:
Margo Hackett, president, women's basketball
Sara DiGiovanna, vice president/service, cross country
Kaitlyn Siriano, vice president/service, swimming and diving
Alexis Chocianowski, vice president/campus relations, swimming and diving
Dylan Mouzakes, vice president/campus relations, baseball
Sara Anastasi, campus relations manager, volleyball
Brandon Donnellan, campus relations manager, men's lacrosse
Travis Coleman, campus relations manager, football
Ryan Mihalkovitz, campus relations manager, baseball
Alyssa Zeoli, community service manager, women's soccer
Ashley Kenny, campus relations manager, women's soccer
Nicole Larm, community service manager, softball
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