CCAA Member Institutions

There are CCAA 12 member institutions, all of whom have a SAAC.  Click on the institution below to access their SAAC website.



SAAC Presidents and Leaders

Dylan Jackson

Cal State Monterey Bay
Men's Golf
NCAA SAAC Representative


Matt Boudreau

Danny Haley

Devon Mercurio

Ayana Younge

Cal Poly Pomona Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State East Bay Cal State L.A.
Men's Track & Field Baseball Softball Women's Soccer
President Co-President President President



Jessica Fontenette

Marisela Giles

Melissa Bishop

John Brunk 

Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State San Bernardino Cal State Stanislaus Chico State
Women's Basketball Women's Cross Country Volleyball Men's Track & Field 
Co-President President President Co-President


Rose Kelly

Tyler Deniston

Sara Studer

Erin Grady

Humboldt State San Francisco State Sonoma State UC San Diego
Women's Crew Men's Cross Country Women's Soccer Women's Basketball
President President President President

Minimum Guidelines for Institutional SAACs

1.  Each institution should hold a minimum of six SAAC meetings per academic year.


2.  Each institution should have two representatives per sport.


3.  When choosing team representatives, each institution should involve input from student-athletes, advisors and coaches.


4.  Each campus SAAC should have an administrative advisor.  Duties can include: Advising and acting as a liaison to the SAAC and other campus constituents.


5.  Implement one volunteer program.


6.  Create a positive image of the student-athlete


7.  Discuss CCAA and NCAA legislation on each campus.