CCC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee

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2019-20 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Executive Board

Position Officer School
CCC SAAC President Sabrina Jandreau Gordon
National SAAC Rep* Arcel Kabongo-Ngoy Western New England
CCC SAAC VP Jackson Day Western New England
CCC SAAC Secretary Kendra MacDonald U. of New England
At-Large Member Paul Boutoussov Salve Regina

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* - Representation on NCAA Division III SAAC alternates between the CCC and its partner conference, the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC). The conference without a committee member will be represented by a member of its own conference who will serve as an Associate member to the committee.

2019-20 CCC SAAC Events

Fall - Sunday, October 20, 2019 - Nichols

Spring - Sunday, April 5, 2020 - Salve Regina

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The purpose of the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is to strengthen the communication between the campus SAAC’s and the National Committees to better represent the views of all student-athletes.  It is to serve in an advisory capacity to the conference athletics directors, administrators and staff, regarding policies, procedures and activities that affect the conferences intercollegiate athletic teams both at the conference and national level.


  1. To streamline and promote efficient communication between member schools of the CCC and their student-athlete population.

  2. To provide the student-athlete population of member schools with an opportunity to more effectively communicate with the CCC SAAC and member school SAAC’s and to provide suggestions for programs designed to serve their needs.

  3. To actively encourage more involvement of the student-athletes in campus and community projects.

  4. To design and implement programs which will encourage academic achievement, health promotion, social responsibility, and general awareness.

Institutional SAAC Pages

Curry Endicott
Nichols Roger Williams Salve Regina
U. of New England Wentworth Western New England