University of Evansville

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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

* Thanks to All Who Participated in Effort to Get Today Show to Campus

Thank you to all who participated in last week’s effort to get NBC’s Today Show to come to campus. Even though we were not one of the finalists chosen, we did get national attention thanks to the creativity and UE spirit. We are aware of at least four mentions on the show, including playing one of the videos and positive comments by the co-hosts. This is the link in case you missed it:

Thanks again and even though the contest is over, keep telling the world what great opportunities await students at UE.

* Preview and Comment Period for the New UE Website

The new University of Evansville website is up and running!

On Monday, September 24, the new UE site will go live to the public. However, until then, the Office of Digital Media is asking the campus community to preview the site, and to let us know if you see any issues. Specifically, we are looking for comments regarding:

  • Inaccurate or outdated information
  • Things that are difficult to find
  • Grammatical and typographical errors

During the preview and comment period, we will be doing two things. First, we will be taking your comments and making any needed changes to round out the rough edges that you find in the site. Second, we will be taking more photos around campus, and adding additional photography to the website. So if you look through a section and think, "Wow, that could really use more photos!" ... we're working on that!

So please, take a moment to look over the site at, and if you have comments, please send them to Director of Digital Media Joe Atkinson at Thank you!

* Flush Flash Correction - Time of InterFraternity Council Preference Night

The time/locations of the InterFraternity Council Preference Night on September 21, was listed incorrectly in Flush Flash. It should have read:
5:00-9:00 p.m.
All Houses



What's Happening Today

* Catholic Mass in Neu Chapel Tonight

Mass will be celebrated in Neu Chapel tonight at 9:30 p.m. with Fr. Dusty Burns, pastor of Holy Spirit Catholic Church. He will also be available for Confessions at 9:00 p.m., and students will lead the praying of the Rosary at 9:00 p.m. as well. Everyone is welcome for this quiet, candle-lit midweek liturgy. Questions? Contact Newman Center director Mike Roesch at

* UE's United Way Campaign About to Begin! Be an Early Bird with Your Pledge!

UE’s United Way campaign will take place Sept. 24 - 28. Take a minute to view Dr. Kazee’s special United Way podcast and read the testimonial in each AceNotes e-mail throughout the campaign to see how United Way has impacted those within our own UE family.

Turn in your pledge card by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 24, and you will be eligible for the Early Bird prize of 4 tickets to the St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cincinnati Reds game on October 3! ALL participants who turn their pledge cards in to Human Resources by 10:00 a.m. on October 1 will be eligible for the other participation prizes, which include: an iPad; a day of vacation (3); UE vs. USI basketball game tickets; theatre tickets; a fleece blanket from the bookstore; gift baskets from Red Poppy, Basket Kases and Barefoot Cottage; gift certificates from Sodexo and Jeannie’s Gelato; and a sunless, full body session from No Fry Zone (2).

Please read the information in your packet and if you have any questions, feel free to contact Office of Human Resources at ext. 2943. Lastly, Partner Up again and give to the United Way campaign!

"Ever since I can remember, I’ve always wanted to and liked to help people in any way possible. However,  after becoming a victim of Hurricane Katrina, my family and I were “flooded” and overwhelmed by the kind hearts and generosity of people we had never met or would possibly ever meet again. Accepting things, even though we needed them, was so hard to do because we always liked to be on the giving end. After this very humbling and touching experience and knowing that we would never be able to give back to the people that gave to us made me want to help others in a bigger way. I found that opportunity when I became an employee of UE, which is a supporter of the United Way campaign. By being a volunteer with the United Way campaign, I can give back in a much greater capacity to others who are in need."
Rosanne Thomas, Administrative Assistant for Research and Advancement Services

* I-House: Peru

Join us this week for I-House: Peru with Ernesto Rojas. Bring your friends to enjoy a presentation about this incredible country from South America, Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.on the second floor of Ridgway University Center in the Class of 1959 Gallery. See you there! 


* Study Abroad Campus Visit on September 19

A representative from Central College Abroad, a UE approved provider of study abroad programs, will have a table in the Ridgway University Center on September 19 from 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. For more information about this and all UE approved programs, contact

* Sign Up Now for Security Awareness Week Prizes!

This is Security Awareness Week! Sign up for prizes in Ridgway University Center on Tuesday, September 18 through Friday, September 21.

* Winter Guard to Meet Wednesday, September 19

The UE Winter Guard is having their first meeting on Wednesday, September 19 at 9 p.m. in Room 272, Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building. If you are planning on being in the Winter Guard or just want to know what it is all about, this meeting is of HIGH importance. We ask that if you have any interest you please come to the meeting. If you cannot make it, you can email Crystal Goodwin at The meeting will last approximately an hour. During the meeting we will discuss this years show, fees, and practice schedule. We hope to see you there!

* Roller Derby Tickets!

The Center for Student Engagement has discounted Roller Derby tickets for students. Tickets are for the Sept. 22 match at 7:30 p.m. at the Coliseum in downtown Evansville. Tickets are $5 with a student ID with no limit on the number of tickets. Stop in the Center for Student Engagement to get your ticket.

Several UE alumns are on Demolition City, Evansville's flat track roller derby team, which will be playing a team from Sioux Falls, SD during the event. Demoliton City has been together since January 2007, traveling around the Midwest. This is Demolition City's last home bout of the season, and they would love for  UE college students to attend!

* Muslim Students Association Call Out Meeting

The Muslim Students Association (MSA) Call-Out Meeting on September 19, from 8-9 p.m. at in Room 273 in the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building.

The Muslim Students Association at UE consists of a group of students dedicated to preserving and educating the general public about their Islamic heritage along with providing necessary services to the Muslim students of UE. We would also like to promote awareness of issues related to Islam and Muslims across the world.

Further Goals:
• To take appropriate steps for establishing unity among Muslims and non-Muslims
• To conduct social, cultural, religious, and educational activities in relation to Islam
• To promote friendly relations between Muslims and non-Muslims
• To present Islam to non-Muslims so as to help them understand its message and teachings

If you are interested in joining the MSA or have questions, email Kareem El-Khodary at


Upcoming Events

* Save the Dates for 2012-2013 Interfaith Series: What Is My Neighbor Doing

The University of Evansville Department of Religious Life will again sponsor a series of interfaith activities for the UE campus community. Save the following dates with more information to follow, including campus location.

Monday, October 22, 7:00 p.m. - “What is My Neighbor Doing? Rituals and Practices of Islam”
Friday, November 2, 7:00 p.m. - “What is My Neighbor Doing? Rituals and Practices of Buddhism”  Includes a Public talk with Tibetan Buddhist teacher, Bardor Tulku Rinpoche.
Sunday, November 4, 10:30 a.m. - “Celebrating Religious Diversity, Giving Thanks Together”  Community-wide Interfaith Worship Service in Neu Chapel

For more information please contact University Chaplain Tamara Gieselman at


* Planning Workshop for Faculty Proposing Summer 2013 Harlaxton Courses

Faculty hoping to propose a course in the five-week summer session in 2013 at Harlaxton College are invited to attend an informal workshop on Friday, September 21 from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. as schedules permit in Room 68 of the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building.  We will review policies and procedures for proposing courses, offer tips on recruitment, and explain the timeline for the development of the summer session.

For faculty who cannot attend, handouts will be available upon request immediately after the session by contacting Earl Kirk at

* George Singleton to Be Speaker at Creative Writing Coffee Hour on September 20

The speaker for the September Creative Writing Coffee Hour will be author George Singleton. His lecture will be on Thursday, September 20 at 4 p.m. in the Melvin Peterson Gallery.

Singleton is the author of five collections: These People Are Us, The Half- Mammals of Dixie, Why Dogs Chase Cars, Drowning in Gruel, and Stray Decorum. He has also published two novels, Novel and Work Shirts for Madmen, and a book of writing advice titled Pep Talks, Warnings, and Screeds. He has published over 150 short stories in such magazines and journals as Atlantic Monthly, Harper’s, Zoetrope, Georgia Review, Southern Review, Epoch, Oxford American, and Kenyon Review.

A past Guggenheim Fellowship recipient, Singleton has also received the Hillsdale Award from the Fellowship of Southern Writers. He teaches fiction writing at the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities in Greenville, South Carolina.

* Humanities Night Scheduled for Wednesday, September 26

Humanities Night will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 26, from 6-8 p.m. in Eykamp Hall in Ridgway University Center. Please join us — and your department — for an evening dedicated to providing post-graduate information to Humanities students. Students will attend their choice of the following academic sessions, featuring panels of experienced alumni and members of the community:

Archaeology, Art History, Classical Studies, English: “Beyond Barista: Applying Your Humanities Skills in the Professional World”
Communication: “Jobs Outside the Box: Careers in Communication”
Foreign Languages, International Studies, Political Science: “The Global UE Experience: The Intersection of Academics, Study Abroad, and Experiential Education”
History: “Career Paths for History Majors”
Religion: “Stepping Out from Behind the Pulpit: Career Exploration for Religion Majors”

The evening will conclude with a reception for students, faculty, and panelists. Dress is business casual, and student registration begins at 5:30 p.m. This event is sponsored by the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations, the Center for Career Development, and in conjunction with ten academic departments. Please contact with any questions.


* Final Farmers Market of Year Set for Thursday Morning

The UE garden continues to produce, and vegetables are being gathered up for the final farmers’ market, which will take place on Thursday, September 20, at 8 a.m. at the north entrance of Ridgway University Center.  For sale are pumpkins (Rouge vif d’étampes, to be exact), winter squash, sweet potatoes, kale, swiss chard, peppers, gourds, and whatever else we are able to extract from that space. 

"As usual, all proceeds will go to Tri-State Food Bank," says English Department Chair Bill Hemminger, "though I will keep back enough money with which to buy a couple of fruit trees for the UE garden."

* Bible Study on Thursday Night

Adventist Campus Ministries will be having Bible study on Thursday night from 7-8 p.m. in Room153 (Eades Music Room) in the McCurdy Wing of Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building.

The topic this week is: Angels. We are continuing our in-depth study of Biblical passages pertaining to angels. Anyone is welcome to attend and you can contact: Alexandra Statham ( for more details.

* The Down and Dirty of EXSS - An EXSS Student Forum

Want to hear the insider's edition of being an EXSS student? Come to our forum and hear from successful EXSS students and recent graduates. We want you to succeed, and the best way to do so is to learn from past experiences. Essentially, you'll have the opportunity to learn what we've done well and what we could have done differently. Feel free to ask any unanswered questions you might have! It will be Thursday, September 20, at 7:00 p.m. in Room 100, Koch Center.

* Organizational Meeting for American Civil Liberties Union Campus Chapter

Are you interested in a campus organization affiliated with one of the oldest organizations in the United States, The American Civil Liberties Union,  dedicated to the protection and preservation of our Constitutional rights? Come join us for an initial breakout meeting this Friday, September 21, in  the library, Room 209, at 2 p.m. For more information, contact Dr. William Connolly, Department of Philosophy and Religion, at or by phone at ext. 2079

* Mission Guatemala Founder and UE Alum to Speak at Humanities Night

Tom Heaton, 1982 UE graduate and founder of Mission Guatemala, will be one of five panelists participating in the Religion section of Humanities Night on Wednesday, September 26, 6:00 p.m. in Ridgway University Center.  All UE students are invited to attend - even those who are not religion majors, but simply want to learn how to make a difference in the world.

Since 2000, Heaton has had a strong connection with the country of Guatemala and has worked to make a difference in the lives of the Guatemalan people. For several years, he helped the working poor of Guatemala through the sales of fair trade crafts through a nonprofit he formed called Mayan Traditions.  Profits from the sales of the crafts were returned to Guatemala to help orphanages and children’s related ministries.  In the fall of 2008, Bishop Michael Coyner appointed Tom to do work with the poor of Guatemala.

In the spring of 2009, Heaton formed Mission Guatemala, a United Methodist related ministry that operates a clinic and a preschool feeding program in San Andrés Semetabaj, Guatemala.  Mission Guatemala is currently trying to discern new projects it can start in the San Andrés area to help improve the quality of life for the indigenous people of Guatemala.  Guatemala is one of the poorest countries in the western hemisphere ranking fourth in the world for child malnutrition.

Prior to being called into ordained ministry, Heaton served as an advertising officer for a local bank.  He received his Masters of Divinity degree from Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis.

For more information please contact Tamara Gieselman,, or James Ware,



* Seeger Is Guest Speaker for Communication Scholars Lecture Series

The Department of Communication will host a guest speaker as part of their Communication Scholars Lecture Series. Dr. Matthew Seeger, a UE communication graduate, will speak on Tuesday, September 25, at 7:00 p.m. in Eykamp 253/254/255, Ridgway University Center. Dr. Seeger’s lecture is titled “The Consequences of Crisis: From Ruin to Renewal.”

His speech will focus on how local events such as the Ohio River flood of 1937 and Purple Aces plane crash of 1977 have changed Evansville and the residents who experienced them.

Dr. Seeger is currently the Dean of the College of Fine, Performing, and Communication Arts at Wayne State University. His research includes crisis and risk communication, health promotion, crisis response and agency coordination, the role of the media, and post-crisis renewal. He has worked with the Centers for Disease Control, the National Center for Food Protection and Defense, and the International Crisis Communication Group. He has authored or co-authored seven books on crisis communication and has had articles published in numerous journals.

His lecture is free and open to the public.


* Neu Chapel Organ @ Noon Series Begins Sept. 20

Bring your lunch and enjoy a free performance by Douglas Reed, university organist and professor emeritus of music, as part of the Neu Chapel Organ @ Noon series.  

The series begins at 12:10 p.m. Thursday, September 20 in Neu Chapel, with "The Genius of Bach." The amazing J.S. Bach, known in his lifetime and ever since as one of the greatest composers of all time, left a rich heritage of over 1,000 works, many of which were written for the organ.  Dr. Reed will perform a selection of Bach’s most famous organ pieces including the Toccata and Fugue in D Minor.

Also performing will be Mai ishihara, current UE organ student from Nagasaki, Japan, and Matthew Baugh, 1989 graduate of the University of Evansville and winner of the prestigious Gumberts Award, who earned his masters degree in organ performance from the Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester. 

The Neu Chapel Organ @ Noon series continues on Thursday, October 18 with "A Louis Vierne Tribute" (featuring selections from 24 Pièces en Style Libre and 24 Pièces de fantaisie) and Thursday, November 15 with "Special Birthdays" (featuring music from John Bull, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, John Staney, and John Cage). 

* CECS to Offer Review Course for Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam

Beginning this fall, the University of Evansville College of Engineering and Computer Science will offer a review course for those preparing to take the 2013 Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam, administered by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying.

The eight-hour FE exam, to be held April 13, 2013 in Hyde Hall on the UE campus, is designed for students who are close to finishing an undergraduate engineering degree. It is typically the first step in the process to becoming a licensed professional engineer. 

The review class is taught by UE faculty members and offered only once a year. It covers information required for the exam, including mathematics, materials science, chemistry, statics, mechanics of materials, dynamics, electricity and magnetism, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, probability and statistics, and engineering economics.

Most classes will take place on Thursday nights (with occasional Wednesdays) from 6:30-9 p.m. in UE’s Koch Center for Engineering and Science. Those who are reviewing for the civil engineering portion of the exam should plan to attend from October 18 to March 28; all other disciplines will attend classes through February 21. No classes will be held between November 28 and January 10.

The review class costs $100 for current UE students, $250 for non-UE college students, and $400 for the general public. Required texts will be provided in the fee.

The deadline to register for the review course is October 15. For more information or to register, please see Tina Newman or Liz Wannemuehler in KC 250 or call 812-488-2651.


Info You Should Know

* Looking for Student Representative for Parking Citation Appeals Board

The Student Government President is looking for two student representatives for the Parking Citation Appeals Board. The board serves as a second level of appeal for individuals believing they have been unjustly ticketed or classified as a “habitual parking offender”. The composition of the board includes a commuter student and a resident student. The board typically meets two to three times a semester and meetings usually last less than an hour. Please email Patrick Hayden at if you are interested in serving."


* Wanted: Gently Used Books for United Way Used Book Sale

Marked boxes have been placed around campus for collection of donated used books for the United Way Used Book Sale. Collection boxes may be found in the following locations:
• Human Resources and the President’s Office - Olmsted Hall 118 & 201
• Music Department – Krannert 133
• Multimedia Center - Graves Hall 243
• Biology Department Office – Koch 231
• Igleheart Building
• Theatre Department Office - Hyde Hall 106
• SOBA Lobby & Study Abroad - SB 260 & Lobby
• Library
• Career Services - University Center 234
• University Relations - Sampson Hall
• Athletics Office

Plan to attend the Used Book Sale on Oct. 17 and 18 in Eykamp 252 in Ridgway University Center to find a variety of reading material.

* What UEL Can Do 4U: Psychology eBooks

UE Libraries announces the purchase of another subject set of eBooks via EBSCOhost. Access to the collection is available from various links on the Libraries’ homepage. Detailed instructions on searching the collections are included.
Titles in this set focus on Psychology. Subject coverage includes a range of psychological issues including anxiety disorders, human behavior, cognitive psychology, mental disorders, correctional psychology, forensic psychology and psychotherapy.  eBooks are viewable online with various options including printing pages, creating notes, and e-mailing portions of the book.

Contact Kathy Bartelt, Collection Development Librarian, ( or 488-2486) with questions.

* WUEV Survey!

WUEV is looking for input with regards to increasing listenership. Please take 5 minutes to complete the WUEV survey. Let us know what you think and what we can do to improve our radio station.


* Teacher Education Admission Packets Now Available

Teacher Education Admission packets are now available in the School of Education office, Graves Hall, Room 304. Your interview will be scheduled when the application and professional education portfolio (live text or hard copy) are submitted. The deadline for submission is October 15.  Scheduled interviews will be conducted on October 22, 23, and 24. Please note:  You must meet the following requirements to apply: 1) a passing score on all three Praxis 1 tests or passing ACT/SAT scores, 2) overall GPA 2.8 or better, 3) grade C or better in EDUC 100, 200, 320 or currently enrolled.

Please contact the School of Education office or your advisor if you have any questions.

* UE PRIDE Looking for Coming Out Stories

UE PRI.DE is looking for coming out stories for the 2012 Coming Out Panel on October 1. If you are interested in being a part of this panel, please email your stories concerning LGBT issues to

* News from the Registar's Office

The Registrar's Office would like to remind you of some important upcoming deadlines:

• September 28 - Last day to add all internships.

• October 25 - Attention: December Graduates! Commencement Central, Ridgway University Center, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

* Stop Smoking in October and be Eligible to Win $2,500

The annual Indiana statewide contest for smoking cessation, Quit Now,  is accepting registrants now until September 30.  The top three prizes are $2500,  $1500, and $1000.  Sign up at  This website offers resources to aid you including services from a smoking cessation specialist.  You have plenty of time to register and to make your plan to stop tobacco October 1 – 31. 



* Diana Rodríguez Quevedo

Assistant Professor of Spanish Diana Rodríguez Quevedo was recently interviewed by Micah Schweizer for the WNIN Radio program, The Trend. The subject was her recent Andiron Lecture on campus titled, “Skipping Beats:  The Impact of the Illegal Drug Trade on Colombian Music.” In her lecture, Rodríguez Quevedo discussed how Colombia’s music has undergone transformations due to the influence of the illegal drug trade over the past four decades. Cumbia, once known as the emblematic rhythm of the nation, was replaced by vallenato, which itself faced competition from the production and commercialization of narcocorridos or prohibited corridos. The radio interview focused on narcocorridos but also tied in the connection between music (vallenato) and the phenomenon of forced internal displacement in Colombia.  The program can be accessed online here.



* UE Named One of the Nation's Most Military Friendly Schools

For the fourth consecutive year, the University of Evansville has been named a Military Friendly School by Victory Media, a national media entity for military personnel transitioning into civilian life.

The 2013 Military Friendly Schools list honors the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools that are doing the most to embrace America’s military service members, veterans, and spouses as students and ensure their success on campus.

The full list of Military Friendly Schools is available online here.


Sympathy to...

* Linda Chambliss and Family

The UE Community offers condolences to Linda Chambliss, Student Records Specialist in the Office of the Registrar, and her family on the death of her mother Shirley Minuth on September 19 in Hopkinsville, Ky. The funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 20, at Lamb Funeral Home, 3911 Lafayette Road, Hopkinsville, KY.

* Annette Parks and Family

Condolences to Associate Professor of History Annette Parks and her family on the death of her stepfather, Jimmie L. Turner. Mr. Turner, who was 84, died Wednesday, September 12. Services were held on Tuesday, September 18 at Wheat Street Baptist Church in Atlanta, Ga.



* Volleyball Earns Road Sweep at SIUE

Freshman Stephanie Cerino tallied a career-high 11 kills as the University of Evansville volleyball team earned a 3-0 sweep at SIU Edwardsville on Tuesday evening.With its first road sweep since Bradley last year, the Aces improve their mark to 5-9 entering their first Valley road trip this weekend.  The Cougars fall to 4-7 with the defeat. 

Cerino’s effort was also a precise one as she hit .429 on the night while recording just two errors.  Ashley Ring and Lauren Seyller each tallied nine kills while Katie Klages had a match high in digs with 21 while Jenn Murphy led everyone with 35 assists.  Emma Anderson led the way for SIUE as she tallied 11 kills.

Seyller helped the Purple Aces get off to a quick start as she registered a pair of kills to open up set number one.  With the score tied at 8-8, it was Meaghan Holmes’ turn as her kill sent the Aces on a 5-0 run as they took a 13-8 advantage.  She also notched the last kill of the run as UE capped its lead.

Two more tallied gave UE a 15-9 lead, but the Cougars came right back as Emma Anderson notched a pair of kills in a 6-0 run that tied the set up once again.  Stephanie Cerino helped Evansville score the next three points as they would hold on to take a 25-22 win.  Seyller’s fifth kill of the game sealed the win.

Another close game ensued in the second frame as Seyller notched yet another score to give UE a quick 2-0 lead.  The Cougars came back and the back-and-forth fight saw seven ties lead to a 14-14 score. 

SIU Edwardsville posted three points in a row to jump up 17-14 before seeing that lead stand at 23-18 following an ace and a UE error.  At that point, Hanna Wilson and Holmes, combined with three SIUE errors, helped the Aces tie the game up at 23-23.  The Cougars tallied the 24th point on a Brooke Smith kill before Ashley Ring helped the Aces post the next two points. 

The excitement kept going as the squads battled to a 28-28 tie before Ring gave UE a 29-28 lead.  With the match on the line, it was SIUE who committed the pivotal error as UE went up 2-0 in the match with a 30-28 win.

SIUE looked to right the ship as they began the third set with a 4-0 run.  That lead was short-lived, however, as four-straight Cougar errors helped the Aces tie it right up.  Evansville continued what would turn into a 9-2 run as Cerino led a 3-0 stretch to give the Aces a 9-6 edge.

Evansville’s advantage would later grow to five points at 19-14 before SIUE made one last effort.  In a match that featured several runs, the Cougars posted the next five points to tie it up once again at 19-19.  What would end up being a deciding moment came on the next point as a Jenn Murphy kill gave UE a lead it would not give up as they earned the 25-23 win and the sweep.

The Aces will put their two-game winning streak on the line this weekend as they take to the road for a pair of MVC matches beginning on Friday at Wichita State before a trip to Missouri State on Saturday.

* Aces Battle Elements to Finish Sixth in Opener

The University of Evansville men’s golf team battled a rain delay, a 15 MPH wind and the other nine squads to finish in sixth place at the John Piper Intercollegiate.With inclement weather in the Bowling Green area, Tuesday’s final round of play was delayed for an hour before beginning with a strong win in excess of 15 miles per hour at times.  Freshman Alex Turner battled his way to a tie for fourth place with a 3-over 75 in the final round.  Turner shot a 72 and 73 in Monday’s opening rounds.

Parker Hensley posted a 79 on Tuesday en route to a tie for 15th place following his combined score of 147 on day one.  Three shots behind Hensley was Rick Voyvodic who tie for 23rd with a 229 while Quinn Vilneff tied for 31st with a 230 and freshman Will Knights carded a 240.  Josiah Ashba tied for 44th with a 244 while shooting as an individual.

Cleveland State, who led the tournament after day one, finished the job on Tuesday.  With a comfortable six shot lead entering the final round, the Vikings held on to take top honors by five strokes (886-891).  Oakland University finished second while Wisconsin-Green Bay and Wright State tied for third with an 894.

Bowling Green took fifth place with a 902 while the Aces completed the 3-round event with a 904.  Wes Gates of BGSU stretched his lead after the first two rounds, winning the individual event by 12 shots over Gene Kiela III of Wisconsin-Green Bay.  Gates carded a 206 while Kiela had a 218.  Andrea Bailey of CSU notched a 219 to take third while Turner tied Michael Klaric III of CSU for fourth place with a 220.

Next up for Evansville is the Cleveland State Invitational, which is set for Oct. 1 and 2 at Canterbury Golf Club in Cleveland.


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