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Monday, April 15, 2013

What's Happening Today

* Tonight at the Newman Center: Discussion on the Papacy

This evening's Dinner & Discussion at the Newman Catholic Student Center will feature seminarian intern Michael Kuper. Michael will be discussing the role of the pope, why we have him, and what he does. Dinner is served at 5:30 p.m., with discussion from 6-7 p.m. Everyone is welcome, and you may contact campus minister Mike Roesch at with any questions.

* Watch a Documentary on Modern Day Slavery on April 15

InterVarsity is presenting a documentary about modern day slavery on Monday, April 15 from 8-9 p.m. in Room162, Schroeder Family School of Business Building. This is an amazing opportunity to see what has been largely overlooked by society! There will be a short discussion afterward.

* UE Alum Neil Stowe to Give Presentation on Campus

Neil Stow, a local financial advisor, will be giving a presentation titled,” Changing Times: Modern Day Risk Management for an Investment Portfolio” on April 15 at 4.00 P.M in Room 170 (Symthe Hall) in Schroder School of Business Building. Stow graciously accepted an invitation to speak to UE students from Walayet A. Khan, professor of finance. The event is open to public.

Neil Stowe is associated with Ameriprise Financial.  He is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) and a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC®).  Neil graduated from the University of Evansville in 2002 with a BSBA and a concentration in Finance.  Neil received his Master in Business Administration in 2004.  Prior to working as a Financial Advisor with Ameriprise, Neil worked at Merrill Lynch and as a Staff Accountant with Kight Home Center.  Neil resides in Newburgh with his wife, Andrea, a graduate of UE.  They have three children.

* National Library Week Exhibit at UE Libraries

To celebrate National Library Week, UE Libraries offers an exhibit in the entry lobby which promotes careers in Librarianship and Information Services.  The many career opportunities across libraries and information technology are highlighted.  Graduate degree programs throughout Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States are provided.  National Library Week exhibit continues through April 21.


Upcoming Events

* UE Bookstore Sidewalk Sale - Thursday, April 18

Weather permitting the UE Bookstore will have its annual Sidewalk Sale on Thursday, April 18 from 10 2 p.m.  One of a kinds, discontinued, and slightly defective items will be reduced for quick sale.  The sale will be outside the Ridgway University Center on the east side terrace area. Come early for best selection.. items tend to move quickly.  If you have questions please contact the Bookstore.

* Derek Jones to Speak at Last CNS Meeting of Semester

For the final CNS meeting of the semester, Derek Jones, has been invited to speak about "Metabolic Agency:  Or How Thinking About Fidgeting Got Me Excited About the Autonomic Nervous System".  The meeting will be held Tuesday, April 16, at 6:00 p.m. in Hyde Hall 204.  Bring your dinner and your friends, and be sure not to miss the final talk of the semester!

* Cheerleading Tryouts 2013-1014

Cheerleading tryouts for the 2013-2014 season will be held this coming weekend, April 19 and 20.  The 19th is a mandatory clinic from 5-7 pm in the small gym at Carson.  Tryouts will be held the following morning at 9am.  Please contact head coach Courtney Moore for requirements and more details at 


* This Week in Music: UE Orchestra and Schmidt Opera Series Perform

The University Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Assistant Professor and Director of Orchestral Activities Brian St. John, will present a concert in Neu Chapel this Tuesday evening, April 16, at 7:30.  The concert will open with the famous “Toreadors March” from Bizet’s Carmen.  2012 Vukovich Competition winner, senior Alyssa Brooks (soprano), will then join the orchestra for arias from Handel’s Julius Caesar and Gustave Charpentier’s Louise.  The orchestra will then be joined by the members of Evansville’s Signature School Orchestra for a side-by-side performance of Peter Warlock’s Capriol Suite.  The concert will conclude with the University Symphony Orchestra’s performance of two movements from Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony.  The concert is free and open to the public.

The Department of Music’s Schmidt Opera Series will present one of the most beloved operas of all time, Mozart’s The Magic Flute, in Wheeler Concert Hall this Friday and Saturday evening, April 19 and 20, with both performances beginning at 7:30.  Associate Professor of Voice and Opera Jon Truitt will conduct the performances, and pianist Kristin Jones will provide accompaniment, along with Consortium Instructor Shauna Thompson, who will provide the needed sounds of the flute.  The performances are made possible by the Schmidt Opera Series.  Admission for the general public is $10; UE students will be admitted without charge.

Three ensembles will join together for a performance in Neu Chapel on Sunday evening, April 21, at 6:00.  The Men’s and Women’s Choruses, under the direction of Director of Choral Activities Dennis Malfatti, and the String Ensemble, under the direction of Director of Orchestral Activities Brian St. John, will offer a program of music of varying styles with each ensemble performing separately, including the String Ensemble’s performance of Dr. St. John’s Fantasia on a Theme by Bruckner.  The concert will culminate in a joint performance by the Women’s Chorus and the String Ensemble of Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater.  The concert is free and open to the public.

The weekend will also feature several student recitals.  On Saturday afternoon, sopranos Lauren McMillen and Alexandria Wreggelsworth will offer a joint Senior Recital at 1:00, pianist Colleen Vonalt will offer her Senior Recital at 2:30, and pianist Melanie Brison will offer her Senior Recital at 4:00. On Sunday, pianist Joe Luegers will offer his Senior Recital at 1:00, mezzo-soprano Jaclyn Hostettler will offer her Senior Recital at 2:30, and percussionist Timothy Gaisser will offer his Senior Recital at 4:00.  All student recitals are in Wheeler Concert Hall and are free and open to the public.

* I-House: Hungary

All members of the campus and local community are encouraged to attend the last I-House of the semester featuring Hungary. Attendees will learn about another culture, lifestyle, food, and so much more. Bring your friends to enjoy the presentation and complimentary cookies this Wednesday at 7 pm. on the second floor of Ridgway University Center in the Class of 1959 Gallery.

* Last PT Club Meeting of Semester Set for April 16

The last Physical Therapy Club meeting for the semester will be held Tuesday, April 16 at 12:00 pm in Room 104 in Graves Hall. All undergraduates and physical therapy students are welcome to attend. The Mentor/Mentee Ice Cream Social will follow. Please contact the club's president, Jenna Fischer (jf146), if you have any questions.

* Local Osteopath to Speak to Interested UE Pre-med Students

Dr. Terry Gehlhausen, a local osteopathic physician, will be speaking to interested students about careers in osteopathic medicine on Thursday, April 18 at 7 p.m. in KC 101.  Dr. Gehlhausen is also interested in discussing potential shadowing opportunities with interested students. This will be a great opportunity for those considering a career in medicine to get first-hand advice from a medical professional.  The event will be hosted by the UE Biological Sciences Club, and all are welcome.  Questions can be directed to Ashley Rich (ar197).

* UE African American Alumni Association (UEAAA) Annual Luncheon!

The UEAAA Annual Luncheon will be on Saturday, April 20, at 11:30 a.m. in the Koch Center Atrium. The luncheon is free for all UE students!  To R.S.V.P. for the luncheon, click here:, by Tuesday, APRIL 16,  or call 488-2586. 

The agenda will includes
1) Zerah Priestly Carter Scholarship Awards,
2) Election of UEAAA Executive Board Member Officers,
3) UE Graduating Senior Pinning Ceremony,
4) And an African American Greek Panel Discussion with: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Alpha Phi Alpha, Inc., and Kappa Alpha Psi, Inc. 

All Zerah Preistly Carter Scholarship applicants must attend to receive the scholarship! 

Questions?  Contact the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations at 812-488-2586 or e-mail us at


* OSA Salad Fundraiser - April 17

The Office Staff Association’s annual salad fundraiser will be held April 17 on Ridgway University Center’s East Terrace from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. ((rain location: Graves Hall Lobby)  Stop by for yummy homemade salads and treats. For $5 you get 3 scoops of the salads you choose, dessert, and a bottle of water. All money goes to the OSA scholarships for students.

* WIN $200 for Your Organization

Get your club/organization registered for Spring Buyback.  The organization that sells the most books back (in dollars) gets $200 for their funds, second place gets $100.  You must register your organization with the UE Bookstore by April 22nd so that your members get a code to record the transaction to correct group.  Buyback runs April 25 - May 1.  Prices individuals receive for their books is not affected in any manner.  This just a bonus promotion during Buyback to assist organitions.  Don't forget to register your group by the deadline.  Contact the Bookstore with any questions.

* UE to Host "The Beauty of Engineering" Workshop April 27

Tri-State Women in Computing and Engineering (TWICE) will host The Beauty of Engineering, a half-day workshop for girls in grades four through eight, Saturday, April 27 on the University of Evansville campus.

Check-in will begin at 7:30 a.m. in the Koch Center for Engineering and Science, and the event will end at approximately 11:15 a.m. The cost is $6 per participant, and registration is open to individuals and organizations that wish to bring a group.

The Beauty of Engineering is an opportunity for girls to learn about engineering and computer science by rotating through four activity stations, each staffed by female professionals in the fields.  Each station will feature a lesson and hands-on exercise.

Advance registration is required. Forms and information are available at the TWICE website,, under “Upcoming Events.” The registration deadline is April 22.

TWICE is made possible by a grant from the Alcoa Foundation in partnership with the University of Evansville College of Engineering and Computer Science. 


Info You Should Know

* Adoptions Due by Departments

Departments and professors are urgently reminded that adoptions for summer and fall classes are past due in the UE Bookstore.  If you have not already returned your adoptions please do so as soon as possible.  Buyback starts April 24 and we need to update our Buyback as complete as possible to ensure that students get the most money for their books they might sell back.  If you have any questions please contact Linda Howard in the Bookstore at x2032.

* Gluten-Free Students …

Please email Brittany Chidester if you are interested in being a part of a new, gluten-free group on campus! Whether you suffer from Celiac or wheat/gluten allergies, this is a great opportunity for you. Our objective is to provide a supportive network for students, to promote celiac disease and gluten-free awareness within our community and to advocate for gluten free options on campus.

Please email Brittany at if you are interested.

* Important Spring Commencement Information

Spring and summer graduates need to stop by the Registrar's Office in Olmsted Hall in Room 106 and pick up their May commencement line cards. The cards contain important information for Commencement Day and should be brought to the graduation ceremony.

* Applications Now Being Accepted for Dr. Marvin E. Hartig Scholarship

Family, friends and loved ones of Dr. Marvin E. Hartig are pleased to announce the application process for the Dr. Marvin E. Hartig Memorial Scholarship.  This scholarship is dedicated to the loving memory of Dr. Hartig, Dean of Evansville College’s Evening College in 1967, and administrator for the Center for Advanced Study, director of the Evansville chapter of the American Institute of Banking (AIB), and the international student advisor.  In 1974, Dr. Hartig was appointed Dean of Academic Services.  He retired in 1984 after serving his alma mater for thirty-five years and passed away in 2007.

Applicants must be sophomores in 2013-14 and must show demonstrated financial need on the 2013-14 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Preference will be given to a student working while being enrolled as a full-time student.  

International students are also encouraged to apply and should include in their essay any particular factors impacting their financial need and how the scholarship money will benefit them since international students do not have FAFSA forms on file. 

Applicants must submit the completed application and a typed statement (not to exceed one page), describing themselves, their scholastic and career goals, why they need this scholarship, and how the scholarship proceeds might be used.   

Completed applications are to be sent to the Office of Financial Aid by June 1, 2013.  Decisions will be announced by August 1, 2013.    Applications may be emailed to; or

* Accounting & Audit Announces Procedures for Summer Travel Expenses and Membership Dues Paid with Pcard

Traveling this summer on UE business with a return date after May 31, 2013?  Paying membership dues for next fiscal year prior to May 31? If you use your Pcard prior to May 31 to pay for some of those travel expenses or membership dues, you will need to e-mail Lori Harriss ( in Accounting & Audit with the following information:

Vendor name
Date of purchase on Pcard
Dollar amount charged to Pcard
Description and purpose of purchase
Account number charged for purchase

These expenses will be charged to your 2013-14 budget funds. 



* Tom Williams Publishes Poetry

Tom Williams, a senior in the Creative Writing Department, recently published “Sharkfin Sonnet” in Outrageous Fortune, a literary journal published at Mary Baldwin College, and another poem, "Song for A...," was published in April as part of The Poetry Foundation's Record-a-Poem program.

* Outstanding Future Educators

Five UE education students have been named Outstanding Future Educators by the School of Education faculty, an award that recognizes the best student teachers in the state of Indiana. Nicole Loehr, Hannah Wilson, Kensi Sauley, Lindsey Meyer, and Mitch Mowrer were honored by the Indiana Association for Colleges for Teacher Education on Friday, April 12 at the Ritz Charles in Carmel, Indiana. 

* Winners of Foreign Language Department's Photo Contest Announced

Brittany Triggs is the winner for Best Overall Photo and for Best Art Photo in the Foreign Languages Department Photo Contest.  She submitted a photo taken while studying abroad in the Dominican Republic in Spring 2012.  The winner for Best Landscape Photo taken in Austria in Summer 2012 was submitted by Melanie Bacaling; and, the winner for Best Cultural Interaction Photo taken in Morocco in Spring 2012 was submitted by Jessica Foster.  All contest photos will be displayed on the Foreign Language Department bulletin boards in Hyde Hall and Olmsted Hall and the winning photos posted on our webpage at   The Best Overall photo will be framed and displayed in the Foreign Language Office at OH 350. 

* Heidi Strobel to Speak at Reitz Home on Monday

Heidi Strobel, associate professor of art history, will be giving a lecture on national and local images of World War II icon Rosie the Riveter at the Reitz Home on Monday, April 15. The talk will be at 7 pm and will be followed by a reception. Admission is $5.00/non-members, $2.50/students and is free to members.

Her lecture stems from an oral history project she conducted in 2008-2009 and an encyclopedia entry on Rosie the Riveter published by Oxford University Press in American National Biography.

Strobel earned her BA degree in European History from Kalamazoo Coilege and her MA degree and PhD in European Art History from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her book, The Artistic Marriage of Queen Charlotte (1744-1818): How a Queen Promoted Both Art and Female Artists in English Society, was published in 2011.


Thank You

* To Everyone Who Helped with Bike Race

On behalf of the Fitness Center Staff, we would like to thank everyone who helped make the 50th annual Bike Race a huge success. It was a prime example of the UE community working together for a day of food, fellowship and fun.  Thanks to the Student Life Staff, Security, Sodexo, Physical Plant, Housekeeping, Buildings and Grounds, Athletic Training, Student Interns, Intramural Supervisors, Work Study Students, the UE Winter Guard, the Evansville Police Department, Gilles Cycling and Fitness, parents, fans, alumni, and all bike race participants. Thanks to all for helping make this day possible and continuing this UE tradition.



* Bradley Prevents Aces Softball Sweep

Aces softball fell to Bradley in today’s series finale as the Braves secured the victory over UE in six innings, 11-3.

Evansville tallied five hits on the day while notching one double, three RBIs, four walks, and one sacrifice fly. Four different players went 1-for-2 on the day for the Aces as senior Alicia Betancur grabbed a double and an RBI.

UE softball will be back on the field next at Cooper Stadium as they continue Valley play against Southern Illinois on Wednesday, April 17, for a doubleheader beginning at 3:00 p.m. CST.

Game Recap: Bradley 11, UE 3
The Braves took an early 1-0 lead as a steal to home put Bradley on top in the top of the first.  With a solo home run to center field, the Braves notched another run on the board and advanced their lead further to 2-0 in the second.

Evansville answered back in the bottom of the second inning with a run of its own as a double by Betancur sent a runner to home plate and made it a 2-1 game.

With the bases loaded in the top of the third and just one out, an RBI single to left field allowed Bradley to tack on another run as they continued over UE, 3-1. As a throwing error by Evansville sent a runner to home plate, a double to left field produced a pair of runs for the Braves and expanded their lead, 6-1.

Freshman reliever Sarah Baldwin took over for senior starter Sarah Patterson in the third as Baldwin worked her way out of the inning for the Aces after a fly out to left field capped off the top of the inning.

After a scoreless fourth frame, Bradley added another run to the board in the fifth after they moved up, 7-1, over the UE with an RBI single to the shortstop.

The Aces were able to manufacture a pair of runs in the bottom half of the fifth with a bases loaded RBI single by senior Kendall Kautz and a sacrifice fly to left field by senior Halie Malone that made it a 7-3 game heading into the sixth.

As pitcher Emily Morris came in for Baldwin in the top of the sixth with one out and the bases loaded, Bradley was able to capitalize on a throwing error by Evansville and send two runners to home and expand the lead, 9-3. With a runner on second and third, the Braves notched a double to left field and sent two more runners to score as Bradley moved further on the Aces, 11-3. The Aces were able to snag a double play to end the inning as they headed to the bottom half of the sixth.

With a pair of strikeouts and a ground out, UE came up short as the Braves ended the inning and the game with an 11-3 victory over the Aces, preventing the sweep.

Bradley pitcher Madeline Lynch-Crumrine took the win for the Braves as she improved to 13-9 on the season while pitching a complete 6.0 innings. Lynch-Crumrine allowed three runs while striking out four.

UE pitcher Patterson, now 10-7, took the loss for the Aces as she struck out one in 2.2 innings in the circle. Baldwin saw 2.2 innings as she struck out one and allowed three runs.


* Women's Golf Takes 13th At IU Invitational

Junior Sydney Skiles and freshman Paige Crafton each recorded round of 77 as the University of Evansville women’s golf team improved to finish 13th in the IU Invitational on Sunday morning.

Skiles’ round of 77 helped her tie Cathy Doyle for the team lead with a 3-round total of 243.  Doyle registered an 80 in Sunday’s final round.  The duo tied for 54th place in the event.

Crafton also notched a 77 on Sunday to check in with a 244.  She posted a 79 in the opening round of play on Saturday before stumbling to an 88 in the second round.  Crafton recovered on Sunday as she was the only Ace to finish with two sub-80 rounds in the tournament.

One shot behind Crafton was Dana Hayden.  The sophomore finished her consistent weekend with an 80 on her way to a 245.  She tied for 60th.  Kelly Lamarche registered a 270 for the weekend while Rachel Marchi recorded a 300.

The standings atop the leaderboard remained unchanged as Indiana held off a late charge by Kansas to take the championship (890-893).  The Hoosiers finished Saturday with a five stroke lead before the Jayhawks got within three at the completion.  KU finished with a 293 on Sunday, marking the lowest team round in either day of the event.

Eastern Michigan took third place with a 917 while Toledo posted a 918 to take fourth and Ball State placed fifth.  Evansville had its lowest round on Sunday as its 314 jumped them up a spot to 13th.  The Aces finished two shots behind Indiana’s second team while their 975 was two better than Valparaiso.

Elizabeth Tong of IU extended her lead en route to a top finish.  Her total of 217 was five strokes better than the competition as Thanuttra Boonraksasat took second with a 222.

UE returns to action tomorrow as both the men’s and women’s teams will face Butler in the UE/Butler Challenge in Jasper, Ind.  Play begins at 9 a.m. CT at Sultan’s Run Golf Course.

* Aces Fall to Xavier, 4-3, on Seventh-Inning Homer

The University of Evansville baseball team was swept by visiting Xavier Sunday afternoon at Braun Stadium, as the Musketeers captured the series finale, 4-3.  Daniel Rod provided the game-winning hit for XU with a three-run homer in the seventh.

“We got a great start today from Josh Biggs,” head coach Wes Carroll said.  “We have been struggling on Sunday, but he grabbed the ball as a senior and really gave us a chance.  He gave us a great effort that we kind of squandered away.  He earned that for us and we let him down by letting a good, quality ball club hang around.”

Four Evansville (14-23) players tallied multiple hits in the ballgame, as senior Jason Hockemeyer led the Aces’ offensive effort by going 2-for-5 with a pair of runs scored and an RBI.  Senior Chris Pearson and sophomore Kyle Pollock each finished 2-for-4 with a walk, while redshirt sophomore Kevin Kaczmarski went 2-for-5 with a run scored.

UE starter Josh Biggs (0-1) threw 6.1 solid innings, but suffered the loss as a pair of runners he was responsible for scored when Cole Isom gave up the decisive three-run homer to Rod in the seventh.  Biggs allowed three runs, all earned, on seven hits and struck out five.  Tyler Koors (4-3) earned the victory for Xavier (18-15), allowing three runs, two earned, on 10 hits and recorded four strikeouts in 7.0 innings.

“We left a lot of runners on base early and throughout the game and all it took was one swing of the bat to swing momentum and put the win in their dugout,” Carroll said.

Evansville grabbed an early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first on an RBI ground out from Hockemeyer and doubled its advantage in the third, when redshirst junior Johnny Day doubled to left center to score Hockemeyer from first. 

The Aces looked like they would opened up their lead in the bottom of the fourth, as they loaded the bases with two outs, but XU left fielder Vinny Nittoli made a diving grab on a hard liner to take away extra bases from Hockemeyer and end the inning.

The Musketeers got a run back in their half of the fifth to cut the Aces’ lead to 2-1.  Joe Forney singled through the right side to start the inning and advanced to third on a pair of ground outs, before scoring on Stephen Schoettmer’s two-out, RBI single back up the middle.

In the top of the seventh, Biggs retired the leadoff hitter with his fifth strikeout of the afternoon, but issued a one-out walk to Daniel Rizzie and surrendered a single to Schoettmer to bring Isom out of the bullpen.  On the second pitch from Isom, Rod emptied the bases by clearing the fence in left to put Xavier in front, 4-2.

UE got a run back in the bottom of the inning, when Hockemeyer dumped a one-out single into right, before advancing to third on a wild pitch and a throwing error.  The senior outfielder was able to cross the plate, when Koors delivered yet another wild pitch, making the score 4-3.

Reliever Jake Naumann tossed a pair of scoreless innings in the eighth and ninth to keep Evansville within a run.

In the bottom of the ninth, Pearson led off the inning with a double to shallow right, but was gunned down at the plate for the first out of the frame, when he tried to score the tying run on Hockemeyer’s single to right.  Hockemeyer advanced into scoring position on the throw to the plate to retire Pearson, but he was remain there, as Xavier closer Alex Vice struck out Day and got Pollock to fly out to right to end the ballgame.

The two teams combined to strand 18 runners on the base paths, as the Aces left 11 runners aboard and the Musketeers seven.

UE will look to get back in the win column Tuesday night, when it hosts Austin Peay for a 6 p.m. game at Braun Stadium.

* UE Tennis Settles For Weekend Split

Marketa Trousilova and Natasha James each won their doubles and singles matches, but Drake took doubles before winning three singles outings on their way to a 4-3 win over the Purple Aces women’s tennis team on Sunday afternoon.

James and Trousilova took an 8-6 win in top doubles as they defeated Jordan Eggleston and Klavdija Rebol.  Drake (10-9, 3-2 MVC) rallied in the final two flights to take the early 1-0 lead over the Aces (8-9, 2-3 MVC).  Kelsey Costales and Marina Moreno were defeated by Nell Boyd and Evy Van Genechten, 8-6 while Gaby Fifer and Emily Richardson fell by an 8-3 final to Mariel Ante and Ali Patterson.

At top doubles, James was victorious over Rebol, 6-1, 6-0 while Trousilova remained undefeated in MVC singles with her win over Van Genechten, 4-6, 3-3 (ret.).  Moreno topped Lea Kozulic in the third group, 7-6, 7-6 to go 2-0 in singles over the weekend.

Flight No. 4 saw Fifer fall to Boyd, 6-1, 6-0 while Mina Milovic was defeated by Eggleston, 6-0, 6-1.  Ante picked up the win at flight six over Costales, 6-3, 6-4.

Next up for UE is a quick trip across town to face USI on Wednesday afternoon at 3 p.m.  The Aces wrap up the regular season next weekend as they face Wichita State on Saturday at 1 p.m. before taking on Creighton beginning at 10 a.m. on Sunday morning.

* Aces Participate In NCAA National Student-Athlete Day

Four student-athletes from the University of Evansville traveled to Indianapolis on Friday to participate in the 5th Annual NCAA MSAA Community and National Student-Athlete Day Celebration.

Attending the event from UE were Jackie Carlson, Khristian Hart, David Howard and Rick Voyvodic.  The intent of the day is to recognize the accomplishments of NCAA student-athletes in the state of Indiana who have excelled academically, athletically and in the community.

Focusing on sportsmanship and teamwork, student-athletes participated in a community service activity with local youth in Indianapolis and also attended workshops to enhance personal and professional growth.

Several college student-athletes along with 50 from high school joined in the community service project, which worked with Project Linus.  The project was named after the character from the Peanuts comic strip.  Linus’ character inspired the project, which gives blankets to children in need.  It began in 1995 and has over 400 national chapters that have been combined to donate more than 3,000,000 blankets.

* UE/Butler Challenge On Tap For Men's Golf

Today, the Purple Aces men’s golf team will take part in the UE/Butler Challenge at Sultan’s Run Golf Course in Jasper, Ind.

In a unique setup, the men’s and women’s teams for Evansville and Butler will square off against each other in 18 holes of play.  The action begins at 9 a.m. CT and fans are reminded that Jasper is in the Eastern Time Zone as play gets underway at 10 a.m. local time.

Freshman Alex Turner posted one of the lowest rounds of the day last weekend as his 3-under 68 launched him into a 16th-place tie at the Hoosier Invitational on Sunday.  Turner finished the three rounds with a 217 en route to his finish.

Quinn Vilneff and Rick Voyvodic finished behind him in a tie for 47th as each shot a 225 while Will Knights came in a tie for 57th with his total of 227. 


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