At their final meeting of 2017-18, the Peru State Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) elected the individuals who will lead them for the 2018-19 school year.
Dan Boshart, a senior social science education major from Wood River was elected to serve SAAC as its president. He replaces Chaz Dunn (Falls City) who had served as the president for three consecutive years.
Ally Hazen, a junior social science education major from North Platte was elected to serve as the vice president. Dayana Camacho, a senior psychology and K-12 special education major from Schuyler, will serve SAAC as its communications officer for the second-straight year. Ally Hazen
Boshart is one of the football representatives on SAAC while Hazen is one of the softball student-athlete representatives. Camacho represents the cheerleading team.
All three are very active on campus in many roles and all have been on the dean's list several times.
Boshart is a quarterback on the football team and recently was recognized as a nominee for the Allstate Goodworks Team®. Hazen is a third baseman on the softball team and is a TeamMates Mentor with the Auburn Public Schools. Camacho is an admissions ambassador and will serve as one of the captains on the cheer team this coming year.
In addition, the three leaders have participated in numerous community service activities both on and off the Peru State campus. They will begin their leadership roles in September.