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Thursday, July 18, 2013

What's Happening Today

* Summer Buyback Today and Tomorrow

The UE Bookstore will have a summer ending Book buyback on Thursday and Friday, July 18 and 19, during regular store hours. We will buyback books regardless where purchased or if used on this campus. Bring in any text you no longer want and we'll quote you a price and give you cash on the spot. Please bring your ID as well. If questions please contact the UE Bookstore

Info You Should Know

* Greeters for Freshman Move In Needed

Attention faculty and staff - the incoming class of 2013 will soon be here. As is our tradition, we are looking for faculty and staff to greet our parents and students who will be moving in to the Residence Halls on Saturday, August 24. There are three time slots to choose from at our buildings. Everything you will need will be provided for you. Please sign up on the registration site at: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AnCbGkp17DcAdGF6UWl4S0dKWV9Qd21FMkRCUHBRcWc#gid=0 by August 9.

For additional information or questions, please contact Geoff Edwards at ge21@evansville.edu

Congratulations

* Michael Dawson to Perform Live Music at Warrick County Fair

Michael Dawson, Marketing Web Developer, will perform with his band, Retro Shock, at the Warrick County Fair on Friday, July 19, followed by Roca Bar North on Saturday, July 20. Michael is the lead singer and guitarist of the cover band that plays various songs from the 60s to the 80s. You can find more information about Retro Shock, as well as a list of upcoming performances, at https://www.facebook.com/retroshock.

Athletics

* MVC Announces 2012-13 Academic Awards

Forty-seven student-athletes highlight more than 1,500 who earned selection to the 2012-13 Missouri Valley Conference Honor Roll, as announced by the league office. Those 47 student-athletes earned the league’s highest academic achievement by capturing the Missouri Valley Conference President’s Council Academic Excellence Award.

The University of Evansville, who is the defending winner of the MVC Academic Award, is well represented on the list, led by five student-athletes posting a GPA of 3.8 or above on their way to garnering President’s Council Academic Excellence Award honors.

The President's Council Academic Excellence Award requires a minimum 3.8 cumulative grade point average (through Fall 2012 semester), participation in athletics a minimum of two years, and the student-athlete must be within 18 hours of graduation. Also, hundreds of student-athletes received the league’s Commissioner’s Academic Excellence Award, which requires a minimum grade point average of 3.5 for the previous two semesters, a minimum 3.2 cumulative grade point average, and participation in athletics. Freshmen are not eligible.

In addition, the Missouri Valley Conference has announced its 2012-13 Honor Roll, which recognizes academic achievement of student-athletes. To qualify for the Valley Honor Roll, a student-athlete must have recorded a minimum 3.2 grade point average for a specified term (Fall 2012), must have been a member of an athletics team, and must have a minimum of 12 hours of enrollment during the fall.

PRESIDENTS COUNCIL ACADEMIC AWARD - Sam Cobb (Men's Golf); Chelsea Falkenstein (Women's Basketball); Kepra McBrayer (Women's Cross Country); Jill Enge (Women's Swimming); Jordan Van Wyk (Women's Swimming)

COMMISSIONER’S ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD - Kevin Kaczmarski (Baseball); James Kohler (Baseball); Colt Ryan (Men's Basketball); Matthew Hamilton (Men's Cross Country); Sam Mires (Men's Cross Country); Cody Stein (Men's Cross Country); Sam Cobb (Men's Golf); Parker Hensley (Men's Golf); Craig Niemeier (Men's Golf); Quinn Vilneff (Men's Golf); Brandon Causey (Men's Soccer); Joel Craig (Men's Soccer); Joel Nash (Men's Soccer); Kevin Schafer (Men’s Soccer); Nick Schroeder (Men's Soccer); Meagan Collins (Women's Basketball); Katie Ellerson (Women's Basketball); Chelsea Falkenstein (Women's Basketball); Khristian Hart (Women's Basketball); Miranda Liles (Women's Basketball); Jackie Carlson (Women's Cross Country); Shelby Cron (Women's Cross Country); Kelby Jenkins (Women's Cross Country); Nicole Kreuzman (Women's Cross Country); Kepra McBrayer (Women's Cross Country); Alyssa Moran (Women's Cross Country); Kelly Lamarche (Women's Golf); Taylor Brand (Women's Soccer); Dani Langness (Women's Soccer); Stephanie Thompson (Women's Soccer); Halie Malone (Softball); Nicole Rahming (Softball); Melissa Ball (Women's Swimming); Jill Enge (Women's Swimming); Merrie Schmitt (Women's Swimming); Taylor Shotwell (Women's Swimming); Michelle Tipton (Women's Swimming); Jordan Van Wyk (Women's Swimming); Sadie Wells (Women's Swimming); Abigail Yenzer (Women's Swimming); Gaby Fifer (Women's Tennis); Jennifer Murphy (Volleyball); Ashley Ring (Volleyball); Lauren Seyller (Volleyball); Rachel TenHoor (Volleyball); Hannah Wilson (Volleyball)

HONOR ROLL - Ryan Billo (Baseball); John Day (Baseball); Michael Eckstein (Baseball); Conor Gilligan (Baseball); Alex Gould (Baseball); Forrest Herrmann (Baseball); Jason Hockemeyer (Baseball); Kevin Kaczmarski (Baseball); James Kohler (Baseball); Kyle Lloyd (Baseball); Eric McKibban (Baseball); Wesley Miller (Baseball); David Patton (Baseball); Christopher Pearson (Baseball); Zachary Pfafman (Baseball); Jonathon Ramon (Baseball); Kyle Schwinghamer (Baseball); Shain Showers (Baseball); Andy Chinn (Men's Basketball); David Howard (Men's Basketball); Colt Ryan (Men's Basketball); Troy Taylor (Men's Basketball); Nicholas Filmek (Men's Cross Country); Brady Hall (Men's Cross Country); Matthew Hamilton (Men's Cross Country); Samuel Mires (Men's Cross Country); Samuel Mires (Men's Cross Country); Clever Mukori (Men's Cross Country); James Paul (Men's Cross Country); Cody Stein (Men's Cross Country); Juan Acosta Varea (Men's Golf); Josiah Ashba (Men's Golf); Samuel Cobb (Men's Golf); Parker Hensley (Men's Golf); Will Knights (Men's Golf); Andrew Naas (Men's Golf); Craig Niemeier (Men's Golf); David Schroeder (Men's Golf); Alex Turner (Men's Golf); Quinn Vilneff (Men's Golf); Brandon Causey (Men's Soccer); Ryan Coates (Men's Soccer); Joel Craig (Men's Soccer); Vince Di Primo (Men's Soccer); Alexandros Kapsalis (Men's Soccer); Charlie Macias (Men's Soccer); Peter May (Men's Soccer); Joel Nash (Men's Soccer); Kevin Schafer (Men's Soccer); Nocholas Schroeder (Men's Soccer); Jesse Sharp (Men's Soccer); Eric Teppen (Men's Soccer); Dylan Terry (Men's Soccer)

Megan Collins (Women's Basketball); Katlin Ellerson (Women's Basketball); Chelsea Falkenstein (Women's Basketball); Laura Friday (Women's Basketball); Khristian Hart (Women's Basketball); Samantha Heck (Women's Basketball); Mallory Ladd (Women's Basketball); Miranda Liles (Women's Basketball); Juliann Miller (Women's Basketball); Michaela Prough (Women's Basketball); Taylor Ware (Women's Basketball); Jackie Carlson (Women's Cross Country); Shelby Cron (Women's Cross Country); Morgan Downs (Women's Cross Country); Kelby Jenkins (Women's Cross Country); Elizabeth Kingshott (Women's Cross Country); Nicole Kreuzman (Women's Cross Country); Maria Lynn (Women's Cross Country); Kepra McBrayer (Women's Cross Country); Adria Mehringer (Women's Cross Country); Alyssa Moran (Women's Cross Country); Loren Oboikovitz (Women's Cross Country); Kristen Perrey (Women's Cross Country); Brittney Stockman (Women's Cross Country); Ashley Torres (Women's Cross Country); Andrea Wolf (Women's Cross Country); Laurel Wolfe (Women's Cross Country); Lauren Zeabart (Women's Cross Country); Catherine Doyle (Women's Golf); Dana Hayden (Women's Golf); Kelly Lamarche (Women's Golf); Rachel Marchi (Women's Golf); Sydney Skiles (Women's Golf); Alexandra Arguello (Women's Soccer); Taylor Brand (Women's Soccer); Simone Busby (Women's Soccer); Kasey Cartwright (Women's Soccer); Caitlin Dierkes (Women's Soccer); Sophia Etienne (Women's Soccer); Miranda Graham (Women's Soccer); Dani Langness (Women's Soccer); Holyn Marshall (Women's Soccer); Tatiana Pagan (Women's Soccer); Kaitlin Robinett (Women's Soccer); Olivia Robinson (Women's Soccer); Kayla Smith (Women's Soccer); Stephanie Thompson (Women's Soccer); Lauren Tiernan (Women's Soccer); Sarah Baldwin (Softball); Britni Cherry (Softball); Victoria Dellorto (Softball); Mariah Ferguson (Softball); Kayla Fortner (Softball); Victoria Griffin (Softball); Kendall Kautz (Softball); Halie Malone (Softball); Annie Moore (Softball); Emily Morris (Softball); Kirsten O'Connor (Softball); Taylor Perry (Softball); Nicole Rahming (Softball); Tamara Robey (Softball); Kacey Rogers (Softball); Melissa Ball (Women's Swimming); Erin Cary (Women's Swimming); Cassandra Cude (Women's Swimming); Mackenzie Harris (Women's Swimming); Caitlin Harty (Women's Swimming); Phoebe Hodina (Women's Swimming); Samantha Horton (Women's Swimming); Charlotte Lechner (Women's Swimming); Caroline Lee (Women's Swimming); Maja Magnusson (Women's Swimming); Samantha Montgomery (Women's Swimming); Alexandria Moore (Women's Swimming); Sarah O'Brien (Women's Swimming); Mackenzie Powell (Women's Swimming); Michae Reinitz (Women's Swimming); Merrie Schmitt (Women's Swimming); Taylor Shotwell (Women's Swimming); Abigail Smith (Women's Swimming); Melissa Thurman (Women's Swimming); Michelle Tipton (Women's Swimming); Stephanie Tran (Women's Swimming); Jordan Van Wyk (Women's Swimming); Sadie Wells (Women's Swimming); Abigail Yenzer (Women's Swimming); Kelsey Costales (Women's Tennis); Gaby Fifer (Women's Tennis); Rachel Gillespie (Women's Tennis); Mina Milovic (Women's Tennis); Lorena Moreno (Women's Tennis); Emily Richardson (Women's Tennis); Marketa Trousilova (Women's Tennis); Stephanie Cerino (Volleyball); Kimberly Deprez (Volleyball); Meaghan Holmes (Volleyball); Katie Klages (Volleyball); Jessica Knackmuhs (Volleyball); Jennifer Murphy (Volleyball); Ashley Ring (Volleyball); Emma Roberson (Volleyball); Lauren Seyller (Volleyball); Rachel Ten Hoor (Volleyball); Hannah Wilson (Volleyball)

* UE Women's Basketball Among WBCA Academic Top 25

The University of Evansville women’s basketball team finished 19th in the nation among Division I teams on the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll, as announced by the WBCA Thursday morning.

The Purple Aces accumulated a 3.411 team grade point average (GPA) during the 2012-13 season and were the lone representative from the Missouri Valley Conference on the academic honor roll.  Evansville finished its 2012-13 campaign with an overall record of 9-21 and placed seventh in the MVC with a 7-11 mark in league play, marking UE’s best conference finish since 2007-08.

The WBCA Academic Top 25 annually recognizes women’s basketball teams across the nation in NCAA Divisions I, II and III, the NAIA and junior/community colleges that carry the highest combined GPAs inclusive of all student-athletes on their rosters for the entire season.  The 2012-13 season is the 18th in which the WBCA has produced the honor rolls.

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