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Monday, October 15, 2012

* Calvin Klein at the Victory Theatre – Free Bus Ride for UE Students!

Don’t miss this opportunity to see Calvin Klein, the award-winning fashion icon and creator of one the world’s best known brands, in Evansville on Wednesday, October 24.  Sponsored by the Institute for Global Enterprise in Indiana Institute Speaker Series, Mr. Klein will discuss " Lessons From the Runway to Success:  Leadership and Building a Global Brand" at 7:00 pm in the Victory Theatre in downtown Evansville.  This lecture is free and open to the public. 

Please note - students are invited to sign up for free bus transportation between campus and the Victory Theatre for this event.  Registration is required to ensure adequate seating.  Come by the Institute office on the second floor of the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building between now and 5:00 p.m. on October 22.  For more information, call 812-488-2455 or e-mail globalindiana@evansville.edu.

 

What's Happening Today

* Zeta Tau Alpha Collecting Pink Yoplait Lids to Fight Breast Cancer

Zeta Tau Alpha is collecting Pink Yoplait Lids to help fight breast cancer. There are pink collection boxes
1.) outside of Aces Place
2.) Outside of Room 170 (Smythe Lecture Hall) in Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building
3.) First Floor of Graves Hall outside of Room 100.

For each lid collected General Mills donates money to Susan G Komen.

You can also give your lids to any member of Zeta Tau Alpha.
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Please help us find a Cure for Breast Cancer. The boxes will be up until November 28 (Wednesday after Thanksgiving break).

 

* Decorate Cookies with Delta Omega Zeta Tonight!

Join the ladies of Delta Omega Zeta in cookie decorating. This will take place Monday October 15, from 7-9 pm at the DOZ house. Come meet the women of Delta Omega Zeta and make some tasty treats! Any unaffiliated women are welcome and encouraged to join! If you do not want to come alone then bring a friend! 

* UE VETS Meeting Planned for October 15

There will be a UE VETS meeting on October 15, in Room 272 in the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building from 7:00-8:00 p.m. Military and non-military students welcome!

Upcoming Events

* Master of Ceremonies Tryouts for International Bazaar Is Wednesday

The Master of Ceremonies tryouts for International Bazaar 2012 is at Eykamp Hall in Ridgway University Center from 5:15 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, October 17. For more details, contact ee54@evansville.edu or gr36@evansville.edu

* Phi Mu Alpha's UE Idol

On Friday, October 26, the  members of Phi Mu Alpha will be hosting their annual musical event, UE Idol.  This year's theme is "New Millennium."  Students wishing to participate in the American Idol-style philanthropy can do so by choosing a song written between 2000 and the present.  Email the sheet music and contact information to cr139@evansville.edu by Monday, October 22 to sign up. To be a contestant, the fee is $25. Tickets will be sold at the door starting at 5:30 p.m. outside Wheeler Concert Hall.  All proceeds benefit music programs in the Evansville area.
 

* This Week in Music: Faculty Quintet Performs

The Harlaxton Woodwind Quintet will present this week’s Faculty Recital in Wheeler Concert Hall on Tuesday evening, October 16, at 7:30 p.m. This Department of Music faculty ensemble includes Consortium Instructor Shauna Thompson (flute), Consortium Instructor Elizabeth Robertson (oboe), Department of Music Chair and Associate Professor Thomas Josenhans (clarinet), Professor Emeritus Edwin Lacy (bassoon), and Consortium Instructor Marc Zyla (French horn).  The performance will feature music from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, including works by Franz Danzi, Paul Hindemith, Noel Scott Stevens, and Arne Running. The concert is free and open to the public.

* University of Evansville 2012-2013 Interfaith Series

The University of Evansville Department Of Religious Life will again sponsor a series of interfaith activities for the UE campus community.

What Is My Neighbor Doing Series:
Monday, October 22, 7:00 p.m. in Wheeler Concert Hall
“What is My Neighbor Doing? Rituals and Practices of Islam”
The “What is My Neighbor Doing” series will explore the rituals and practices of living world religions. Several members of the Islamic Society will share and demonstrate some of the most important practices in Islam. There will also be time for Q and A.

Friday, November 2, 7:00 p.m. in Neu Chapel
“What is My Neighbor Doing? Letting Go of Anger and Disruptive Emotions”
Presentation includes a public talk with Tibetan Buddhist teacher, Bardor Tulku Rinpoche.

Interfaith Service: Celebrating Diversity and Thanksgiving
Sunday, November 4, 10:30 a.m. in Neu Chapel
“Celebrating Religious Diversity, Giving Thanks Together”
Community-wide Interfaith Worship Service in Neu Chapel

The community is invited and encouraged to attend any and all events.

For more information please contact University Chaplain Tamara Gieselman at tg85@evansville.edu

* Attend the Food Advisory Board Meetings!

Are you a resident? Do you have compliments, issues, or suggestions about Cafe Court, Aces Place, or Jazzman's? The Food Advisory Board (FAB) meets every Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. in the dining hall! We would love to see new faces and find out more ways we could better your Sodexo experience. Contact ch250@evansville.edu if you have any questions!

* Year of Service Forum Set for Wednesday, October 17

The Year of Service Forum is Wednesday, October 17, 6:30-8 p.m., Smythe Lecture Hall (Room 170), Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building. A panel of faculty, alumni, and guests who have participated in distinguished Year of Service programs – AmeriCorps, Teach for America, Young Adult Volunteers, Peace Corps - will discuss program selection processes; applications; program types; national vs. international opportunities; value of these experiences; teaching English abroad, etc. The hour-long Q&A will be followed by an informal reception where students can continue discussions with panelists. All students welcome! This event is sponsored by the Center for Career Development.

* Is It Time for Your Annual Mammogram?

Is it time for your annual mammogram?

The St. Mary’s Mobile Mammography Unit will be at at the Crayton E. and Ellen Mann Heath Center (Sampson Hall) on Friday, November 16 from 8:00 a.m.–noon.

Mobile Digital Mammography is designed to provide a very convenient means for today’s busy woman to complete routine testing. The screening will utilize digital mammography technology, the most advanced mammography imaging available.

To qualify, it must be one year and one day since your last mammogram.

Please bring your insurance card for billing purposes.  Appointments can be made by calling St. Mary’s Breast Center at 812-485-4437.

* This Year's Fiddick Memorial Lecture Set for October 26

This year’s Thomas C. Fiddick Memorial Lecture is set for October 26 at 7 p.m. in Eykamp 251 in Ridgway University Center. The speaker will be Craig L. Symonds, Professor of History Emeritus at the United States Naval Academy. His topic will be “Lincoln and the Navy in the Civil War.”

The first person to win both the Naval Academy’s “Excellence in Teaching” award (1988) and its “Excellence in Research” award (1998), Symonds also served as History Department chair from 1988 to 1992, and received the Department of the Navy’s Superior Civilian Service medal three times.  He was professor of strategy at the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island (1971-74) and at the Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth, England (1994-95).  After retirement in 2005, he returned to the Academy in 2011-12 to serve a year as” The Class of 1957 Distinguished Chair of American Naval History.” 

Symonds is the author or editor of 25 books, including prize-winning biographies of Joseph E. Johnston (1992), Patrick Cleburne (1997), and Franklin Buchanan (1999), as well as The American Heritage History of the Battle of Gettysburg (2001).  Decision at Sea: Five Naval Battles that Shaped American History, won the Theodore and Franklin D. Roosevelt Prize for Naval History in 2006.  His 2008 book, Lincoln and His Admirals: Abraham Lincoln, the U.S. Navy, and the Civil War, won the Barondess Prize, the Laney Prize, the Lyman Prize, the Lincoln Prize, and the Abraham Lincoln Institute Book Award.   He also won the Nevins-Freeman Prize in 2009.  His latest work is The Battle of Midway, published by Oxford University Press in October 2011. 

Info You Should Know

* News from the Registrar's Office

Pre-registration for spring classes is now available on WebAdvisor. You must have your advisor approve your class selections on WebAdvisor in order to register during the time period that was provided to you in the 10/11 e-mail. Registration begins Monday night, October 29

Winter Intersession class schedules are available for viewing on WebAdvisor. Registration for Winter Intersession begins on Monday, October 29 in the Registrar’s Office.
 

* Historical Abstracts: What UE Libraries Can Do for You

Historical Abstracts is an EBSCO database that indexes more than three thousand historical journals. The scope of the resource ranges from 1450 AD to the present, focusing upon World history but excluding North American countries (United States and Canada).  If you need resources on North American history, you can use EBSCO’s “American: History and Life.”  The articles date back to 1955 and contain over forty languages. While Historical Abstracts is primarily an index, it does include full-text through JSTOR and Project Muse holdings.

*covers history from 1400’s to the present
*Index with some full text availability
*World History except for North American History

For more information or if you have any questions please contact Kathy Bartelt (kb4@evansville.edu) or Shane White (sw69@evansville.edu)
 

* Homecoming Registration Form Now Available

The 2012 Homecoming Registration form is now available. This year’s student Homecoming theme is UE Through the Decades. Please be sure that your group of friends or organization registers to be involved by Monday, October 22.

* Time to Nominate Individuals for Employee Excellence Awards

The University of Evansville, in pursuit of excellence in service, wishes to recognize a non-faculty employee displaying records of achievement as a leader.  Leadership may be demonstrated in any of the following categories:

• Service to the University community
• Service to students
• Job performance and attitude towards fellow employees

To be eligible, an employee must be a full-time member of administration or staff.

Nominations for the November 2012 Employee Excellence Award are due no later than Wednesday, October 17.

To nominate someone, or to find out more information about the Employee Excellence Awards, go to http://acelink.evansville.edu/Tools/EmployeeAward/

* Faculty - Do You Have Students Interested in Presenting at NCUR?

The 27th National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR 2013) will be held April 11-13, at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in La Crosse Wisconsin. Undergraduate students are invited to give formal presentations or displays of original research, scholarly activities, or creative endeavors in all academic areas. Each year the Undergraduate Research Committee provides travel expenses for a number of students attending the National Conference. Faculty - if you have a student interested in presenting at NCUR and would like funding from the Undergraduate Research Committee, please email one copy of an abstract to md7@evansville.edu by 5:00 p.m.  on October 26. The Undergraduate Research Committee will review abstracts and determine which submissions will receive funding. (The deadline for submission of abstracts to NCUR is December 4).

Presentations/Displays may take the following forms:
Oral presentations,
Poster presentations,
Performing/Visual arts (Music, Dance, Theater, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Photography, Sculpture, Ceramics, Other Applied Arts, Video and Film)

See the web site http://www.cur.org/ncur_2013/ for the format requirements of the abstract, a sample abstract and other details about the meeting.

Congratulations

* Jessica Russell-Pope

Creative writing and psychology major Jessica Russell-Pope will have her creative nonfiction piece “Wind Chimes”  publsihed in Lewis University’s literary magazine Jet Fuel Review. Jessica’s essays have also appeared in Relief, The New Purlieu Review, Catfish Creek, and Mangrove Literary Journal, published by the University of Miami, Florida. Jessica is co-director of the Department of Creative Writing’s Student Writers of Indiana Program.

Jet Fuel Review will be released November 29, and a reading of selected pieces will be held that day at Lewis University in Illinois. Jessica has been invited to Lewis to read from her work.

Athletics

* Jenkins And Genet Win Races At UE Invitational

The University of Evansville cross country teams continued their early-season dominance as John Genet took top honors in the men’s 8K race while Kelby Jenkins led the women to a team championship on Saturday morning at the UE Cross Country Course.Jenkins crossed the stripe in a time of 17:48.09 to grab her fourth win of the season.  It also marked the top 5K time in her career as she topped the 55 runners.  Jenkins dominated the competition, finishing 21 seconds ahead of second-place finisher Jessica Richardson of Valparaiso.

Lauren Zeabart completed the race in a time of 18:48.76 to take sixth place while Elizabeth Kingshott finished eighth and Maria Lynn also notched top ten spots.  Alyssa Moran posted a time of 19:34.84 to give UE five of the top 12 spots en route to the team championship. 

Evansville finished with a score of 36, finishing 19 points ahead of Marshall University while SEC squad Vanderbilt came in third place with a 61.  It marked the second win in a row for the women as they took the Tennessee Tech Invitational last week.

Jacqueline Carlson took 17th for the Aces while Nicole Kreuzman came in 21st.  Laurel Wolfe, Kirsten Perrey, Kepra McBrayer and Loren Oboikovitz also finished amongst the top 31 runners.

On the men’s side, Josh Genet earned the first victory of his career as he crossed the stripe ahead of the other 87 runners in the event.  The sophomore wrapped up the 8K in a time of 25:21.90.  He crossed the stripe 18 seconds ahead of Cody Stein as the Aces swept the top two spots in the event.

Finishing behind the winning duo was Samuel Mires, who placed 26th with a time of 27:09.70.  Jon Ashby came in 30th while Andrea Barrett took 32nd.  Matthew Hamilton and Brady Hall also recorded finishes in the top 40.

IUPUI, who had six of the top nine finishers in the race, too the team championship with 29 points.  Marshall took second with 57 while Evansville came in third place with 77.

Evansville will have two weeks to prepare for the MVC Championships, which will take place on October 27 in Normal, Ill.

* Aces Shut Out UNI 2-0 on Senior Day

The University of Evansville women’s soccer team celebrated Senior Day with a key 2-0 shutout win over Northern Iowa Saturday afternoon at McCutchan Stadium.  With just two matches remaining, the Aces are now 2-1-1 in Missouri Valley Conference play.

Freshman Kayla Smith scored the game-winning goal in the 54th minute and junior Stephanie Thompson added an insurance goal on a free kick in the 75th minute, as Evansville shut down the Panthers in the second half, holding UNI without a shot on goal over the final 45 minutes.

Northern Iowa controlled the action in the early part of the first half earning three corner kicks, but managed just two shots, both taken by Melissa Hagen.  Hagen put one of her two chances on frame, forcing UE goalkeeper Simone Busby to make a save.

Evansville regrouped and pushed the Panthers back into their defensive third in the latter half of the period, taking four shots and putting two on goal. 

The Aces’ best chance came with 15 minutes remaining in the stanza, when Abby Springer  created a breakaway opportunity, gaining possession deep in the UNI defensive third.  However, Springer was unable to get a shot off after Panther keeper Erin Zaideman dove at the feet of Springer and smothered the ball to end the threat. 

After a scoreless first half, Smith got Evansville on the board in the 54th minute, finishing from close range off a pass from Tatiana Pagan.  Pagan played a through ball to Smith past a UNI defender, allowing Smith to dribble in and finish uncontested from five yards out.

The Aces continued to apply pressure and earned a free kick from just outside the left edge of the 18 yard box in the 75th minute.  Thompson took advantage of the set piece, bending a quick shot inside the far post after it took a deflection off the hand of Zaideman.

Northern Iowa pushed numbers forward  late in the contest, but the UE defense stood firm and did not allow the Panthers to bother Busby in the second half despite three corner kicks.

Smith led UE with four shots, putting two on goal, while Springer finished the afternoon with a trio of shots to her credit.   Busby notched her third shutout of the season to improve to 2-1-3 on the year, making just one save in the first half.

The Aces will be back on their home pitch for their next game when they host Indiana State Wednesday afternoon at 4p.m.  UE will then close the regular season next Saturday with a 4:30 p.m. match at Creighton.

* Aces Hoopfest Set For Thursday

The University of Evansville’s annual Hoopfest presented by Heritage Federal Credit Union is set to take place on Thursday evening at the Ford Center.Set to begin at 6 p.m., admission to Hoopfest is free of charge.  Fans can also purchase sodas, hot dogs and popcorn for just $1.

Several events will be going on for both the Purple Aces women’s and men’s basketball teams including player introductions, a 3-point challenge, intra-squad scrimmages and a slam dunk contest.

Following the event, fans will have the opportunity to meet and get autographs from players on both teams.

Fans interested in purchasing tickets for the upcoming season can do so by visiting the ticket office at the Carson Center on the UE campus or by calling 812-488-ACES.

-www.GoPurpleAces.com-

* Bradley Earns 3-0 Win Over Volleyball

Three Braves recorded double-digit kills as Bradley swept past the University of Evansville volleyball team, 3-0, on Saturday evening.Amy Angelos led everyone with 13 kills while Courtney Keefe had 12 and Alise Tupuritis had 10 for Bradley (7-13, 1-8 MVC).  Lauren Seyller and Emma Roberson tallied eight kills apiece to lead the Aces (7-15, 2-7 MVC).

Bradley set the tone early on, scoring the first four points in the opening set.  A kill by Seyller marked UE’s first point, but the Braves kept adding to the lead as it reached double figures for the first time at 16-6 before BU took its largest lead at 20-9. 

Evansville scored four in a row to close within seven points, but Bradley held on for the 25-16 win.

Bradley took another early lead in game two, scoring nine of the first 12 points en route to a 9-3 advantage.  Three BU errors helped UE cut the deficit to 9-7 before three more by the Braves helped them extend their lead.

With the score at 19-15 in favor of Bradley, they would embark on a 6-1 stretch to finish up the game and take a 2-0 advantage in the match.

In the third frame, it was Evansville who had the early success, going up 7-3 on an Ashley Ring kill.  The advantage for UE would grow to as many as five points (13-8) as Hannah Wilson notched a pair of kills to help the Aces fight back.

Up 2-0 in the match and looking for its first conference win, Bradley fought back, knotting the score at 16-16 thanks to a 5-1 stretch.  With the score tied at 19-19, a 6-2 game-ending run gave the Braves the victory and the sweep.

Bradley had a decisive .227-.097 hitting advantage while recording 46 kills and limiting UE to 31.

Evansville will return home next weekend, facing Missouri State at 7 p.m. on Friday before playing host to Wichita State on Saturday at 5 p.m.  Both games will be at the Carson Center.

 

* UE Tennis Sweeps Past Charleston

 Rachel Gillespie earned the first win of her collegiate career as the University of Evansville women’s tennis team earned a 9-0 win over the University of Charleston (W.Va.) on Saturday morning.Gillespie won in singles play over Courtney Pierron, 6-2, 6-1, while earning a win at flight three doubles.  Along with partner Mina Milovic, Gillespie defeated Mallika Mali and Taylor Todd, 8-2.

Flight one singles saw Natasha James defeat Laura Smith (6-0, 6-3) while Milovic handled Kelsey Hensley in the second flight (6-3, 6-1).  Emily Richardson defeated Ana Pena in three sets in the third group while Gaby Fifer defeated Mali (6-3, 6-0) in flight four.

Kelsey Costales earned the win over Taylor Todd (6-0, 6-1) in the fifth flight while Kelsey Edens topped Cache Yates.

James and Costales earned an 8-1 win in flight one doubles over Smith and Hensley while Fifer and Richardson defeated Pena and  Pierron in flight two, 8-2.

Next week, UE will take part in the ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championships in West Lafayette, Ind.  The tournament will take place from Oct. 18-21.

* Salukis Defeat Aces Swimming In Dual Meet

The University of Evansville men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams both fell to Southern Illinois today Wyttenbach Pool at the Carson Center. The men were defeated by a final score of 149-73 while the women lost, 124-119.

Abby Smith had an impressive day in the pool, claiming three first-place victories including the 200-yard medley relay with the help of teammates Taylor Shotwell, Jill Enge, and Melissa Ball. Smith also won the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 24.24 and a 53.93 in the 100-yard freestyle.

Caroline Lee grabbed a first-place victory in the 200-yard backstroke with a time of 2:09.41 and third-place in the 200-yard individual medley. Mackenzie Powell bested the 200-yard breaststroke with a time of 2:22:90 for a first-place win. Powell also placed second in the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 1:58.62

Alex Seward led the men in today’s meet with a first-place win in the 200-yard butterfly with a time of 1:58.66 as well as contributing to the second-place win in the 200-yard medley relay along with teammates Justin Shotwell, Troy Burger, and Kyle Tiemann.

The Aces will now set their sights to October 26 when they take on Miami University (Ohio).

 

* Men's Soccer Falls at Bradley, 2-0

The University of Evansville men’s soccer team could not overcome an early two-goal deficit and dropped its first Missouri Valley Conference decision of the year, as the Purple Aces fell 2-0 to Bradley Saturday night in Peoria, Ill.

In a match that featured 38 shots, UE (7-5-0, 1-1-0 MVC) and BU (8-4-2, 2-1-0 MVC) put only six shots on goal, but Jason Lesch and Wojciech Wojcik scored on two of Bradley’s three offerings on frame to propel the Braves to the win.

Both squads got of their fair share of shots in the first half, as the Braves and Aces combined for 22 first-half tries.  However, Bradley was able to convert on two of their attempts and take a 2-0 lead after 45 minutes of action.

Jason Lesch scored his second goal of the second in the 32nd minute, stealing the ball from UE goalkeeper Eric Teppen and putting it in the back of an empty net from 15 yards.  Two and a half minutes later, Wojciech Wojcik doubled the Braves’ advantage, scoring off a rebound on a shot that caromed off the goalpost.  Grant Bell and Alexei Davis-Campbell were credited with assists on the play.

Evansville earned a pair of corner kicks in the final six minutes of the half, but could not covert, as BU keeper Brian Billings saved a shot from Dylan Terry in the final 20 seconds of the opening stanza to keep the margin at 2-0.

UE continued to fire away in the second half, taking 11 shots to the Braves five, but Bradley kept the Aces off the scoreboard to record the shutout and give Billings his fourth clean sheet of the season.

Charlie Macias led all players with five shots, Alex Kapsalis fired four and Mark Anthony Gonzalez added three.  In goal, Teppen made a save, as the loss dropped his record to 7-5-0 on the season.

The Aces will return to Arad McCutchan Stadium for their next two matches, as they will host conference foes SIU Edwardsville and Central Arkansas.  UE will take on the Cougars Wednesday, Oct. 17 at 7 p.m., prior to taking on the Bears next Saturday night at 7 p.m.

* UE Softball Announces 2013 Schedule

The University of Evansville softball team will play 25 home games at Cooper Stadium this upcoming season, as head coach Mark Redburn announced the Purple Aces’ 2013 schedule.

UE’s 49-game slate features matchups with four 2012 NCAA Tournament teams, including Missouri. Evansville will match up against nine teams that won 30 or more games last season, two of which reached the 40-game win total.

The Aces will open their season on Friday, Feb. 15, as part of a three day event in the Troy Invitational featuring Troy, North Florida, and Virginia Tech.

On Friday, Feb. 22, the Aces will travel to Jackson, Miss., to take part in the Jackson State Tournament. UE will face off with JSU as well as Nebraska-Omaha.

Evansville will open up at home Saturday, March 2, as part of a tournament series that features Cleveland State, IUPUI, and Austin Peay.

UE will host its second home tournament that will include Bowling Green, Southeast Missouri State, and Murray State (March 9-10).

The Aces will continue the month of March with a doubleheader at Missouri (March 13) prior to opening up Missouri Valley Conference play in a three-game series with Creighton at Cooper Stadium (March 16-17).

The MVC schedule continues with a trip to Des Moines, Iowa with a three-game series against the Drake Bulldogs (March23-24), before returning back home to face Murray State in a doubleheader (March 27).

Stepping back into conference play, UE will make its way to Wichita State to play a three-game series (March 29-30) prior to traveling to Cape Girardeau, Mo., to take part in a doubleheader against the Redhawks of SEMO (Apr. 2) and a doubleheader against UT Martin in Martin, Tenn . (Apr. 3).

Evansville will open an 11-game stint at home against the defending MVC regular-season champions UNI in a three-game series (Apr. 6-7). The Aces will step out of conference play with a doubleheader against Middle Tennessee State (Apr. 10) before hosting Bradley in a three-game conference matchup (Apr. 13-14).

The Aces will close out the homestand with a doubleheader against conference opponent Southern Illinois (Apr. 17) and a single game matchup with SIU Edwardsville (Apr. 18).

Conference play heats up as UE takes a trip to Missouri State for a three-game series (Apr. 20-21) prior to a three-game stint in Terre Haute, Ind., with Indiana State (Apr. 27-28). Sandwiched in between matchups with the Bears and Sycamores, the Aces will face Southern Illinois in a single game contest (Apr. 23).

UE will makes its way back to Cooper Stadium to finish regular-season play against the defending MVC Tournament Champions Illinois State Redbirds in a three-game series (May 4-5).

The 2013 Missouri Valley Conference Softball Championship will be hosted by Creighton University (May 9-11) at the CU Sports Complex in Omaha, Neb.

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