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Nolan PritchardNolan Pritchard is the American Southwest Conference's NCAA Division III representative. Pritchard is entering his third season of play for the Sul Ross State men's tennis team.

On campus at Sul Ross, Nolan serves as treasurer for the campus SAAC, and is on the Hall of Honor selection committee. He has represented Sul Ross at the American Southwest Conference SAAC meeting, as well as the Division III Student Athlete Leadership Conference.


Hardin-Simmons Puts on Successful ‘Neighborhood Blitz’ Cookout
ABILENE, Texas - The Hardin-Simmons University Student-Athlete Advisory Committee organized a cookout that fed more than 150 volunteers at the inaugural Hardin-Simmons Neighborhood Blitz. The event was part of the school’s initiative to clean-up the area around the HSU campus. Students, faculty and staff worked on projects at 50 houses on March 31 (Saturday), ranging from mowing and weed eating, to trash-hauling and painting. The SAAC committee donated the food for the cookout and then cooked the meal for the volunteers. Each sport brought a different item for the cookout and due to a bigger-than-anticipated crowd, another trip to the grocery store had to be made.

Feb 21 -- American Southwest Conference Student-Athlete Advisory Committees Raise Combined $2,716.12 for Charity
Student-Athlete Advisory Committees from the American Southwest Conference membership teamed together to raise $2,716.12 in the “Make a Change in 14 Days” loose coin campaign. Eleven different organizations received support through the local campus fundraising efforts. The two-week conference-wide SAAC project was also designed as a challenge among ASC campuses and was scheduled during the turn of the conference basketball season.

Jan 10 -- Texas-Tyler Baseball Community Service Earns Honors
Texas-TylerCommunity service is big for the Texas-Tyler baseball program and the team's Sports Cards for Kids program earned the Patriots the Jostens/National Association of Division III Athletic Administrators (NADIIIAA) award for the best on-going community service project in the nation (Jan. 10).

Dec 17, 2006 -- ASC Teams Reaching Out in Local Communities
Each American Southwest Conference member Student-Athlete Advisory Committee not only keeps active in the classroom and the athletic arena, but is active volunteering in their local communities. Find out what some of the SAAC organizations are doing for outreach programs.






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