Megan Radosta of Berry and Brett Feringa of BSC named SAA SAAC President and Vice-President

Megan Radosta of Berry and Brett Feringa of BSC named SAA SAAC President and Vice-President

ATLANTA (Dec. 17, 2018) – On Sunday, the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) voted to select student-athletes Megan Radosta of Berry (President) and Brett Feringa of Birmingham-Southern (Vice-President) as executive officers.

"I am delighted that Megan was selected by her peers to become the President of our SAA-SAAC," said SAA Commissioner Jay Gardiner. "She has already shown tremendous leadership and organization. I look forward to working closely with her during the next few months to enhance the quality and quantity of the works our great student-athletes of our conference-wide SAAC are doing. Brett will be a great asset for our SAA-SAAC during his tenure as the Vice President of this great organization. Working closely with Megan, I expect great things to happen for the SAA." 

Radosta is a junior women's soccer player for the Vikings from Sandy Springs, Georgia.

"It is an absolute honor to have been selected to serve as the SAA SAAC President by some of the most genuine people and inspiring athletes I have ever had the pleasure of meeting," said Radosta. "I am super excited to begin this position alongside Brett, and I look forward to seeing the strides that the SAA continues to make as a conference over the next year."

Feringa is a junior men's soccer player for the Panthers from Covington, Louisiana.

"It's an honor to be selected as the Vice-President for the SAA SAAC, and I hope I can represent the conference and its athletes in an extraordinary manner," said Feringa.

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About the SAA

The SAA is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III and is committed to fostering athletic competition and cooperation among academically selective, residential liberal arts colleges located in the southeastern region of the United States. The SAA core members include Birmingham-Southern College, Centre College, Hendrix College, Millsaps College, Oglethorpe University, Berry College, Rhodes College, and the University of the South.

The SAA also has affiliate memberships with Transylvania University, Concordia Wisconsin, and Ferrum College in field hockey and Trinity University and Austin College in the sport of football.