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Friday, August 30, 2013

* Parking Permits Now Available!

The 2013-2014 parking permits are now available for purchase in the Office of Safety and Security. They will be sold between 8 a.m.–4 p.m., Monday through Friday. The price is $50 for the academic year. Employees will once more be able to use payroll deduction to pay for their permits.


What's Happening Today

* Itz Friday! Itz the Jazz Cafe! Itz WUEV 91.5 FM!

In the Jazz Cafe this week, Paul Mattingly has the 411 on all the great stuuf happening this weekend and beyond! At 3:30 Fred Hillenbrand, the Tin Man with the news and the brews, will be in to talk about Kentucky Knife Fight and the great event at Tin Man TONIGHT.

Opening will be the Vintage Rendition .

At 4 pm, John Scott Foster will be in to talk about Music on the Hill, which will take place at Wesselmans Nature Preserve on September 7.

We will be talking about the Alhambra Arts & Music Fest that is going on tonight and all day tomorrow, August 31 .

And, last but definitely not least, starting the whole party off at 3 pm, Phillip Lawrence iz in da houuuse! Phillp was kind enough to grant WUEV a phone interview about the benefit concert he will perform at the Victory Theatre on Saturday, September 14.

Don't miss all the great action and the best music in the world,....JAZZ!

* We Are Evansville Local Business Fair this Friday

On Friday, the Center for Student Engagement will be hosting a local business fair. Over 20 local restaurants, salons, and novelty shops will be on campus to hand out samples, and information about their business. The fair will be in Ridgway University Center from 5:00-7:00 p.m. All are welcome.

* Farewell Reception for Shannon Robertson

Please join the Office of Administrative Services for a farewell reception for Shannon Robertson on Friday, August 30 from 3-4 p.m. in the Office of Administrative Services on the second floor of the General Services building. Shannon has served the UE campus community as the UE Courier and Purchasing Specialist and will be missed.

* Library Tours for New Students

UE Libraries offers tours for our new students as well as for returning students who may wish to join us. Each guided tour will take approximately thirty minutes. Schedule of tours follows. No advance reservation is necessary. Come join us in the entry lobby of the Library. We'll be waiting for you!

Library Tours
* Friday, August 30 at Noon and 4 p.m.
* Saturday, August 31 at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
* Sunday, September 1 at 2 p.m., 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.
* Monday,September 2 at Noon, 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.
* Tuesday, September 31 at Noon, 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.

* UE Orchestra Auditions

The University Symphony Orchestra and String Ensemble, under the direction of Assistant Professor of Music Brian St. John, will be holding open auditions Thursday, August 29 through Saturday, August 31. If you play an orchestral instrument (strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion) and are interested in joining the UE orchestras, contact Dr. St. John at for further information.


Upcoming Events

* University Worship this Sunday, "Who's at Your Table?"

The campus community is invited to attend University Worship this Sunday in Neu Chapel. Join us for some rockin' good music, Christian community and a message that asks the question: "Who's at Your Table?" All are welcome! As always, Donut Bank donut balls and coffee are available at 10:00 a.m. and following the service!

* Ride Your Bike with UE at the Great Pumpkin Metric

The Great Pumpkin Metric is a scenic, rural bicycle tour through southwestern Indiana. Cyclists will ride through portions of Vanderburgh and Posey Counties and enjoy some of the best riding this region has to offer. Riders can choose from a 62-, 31-, or 15.5-mile route. The event will be October 6. The ride begins at 8:00 a.m., but we can start at anytime after that. We will meet at the fairgrounds and plan to be on the road by 9:00 a.m.

This year the new UE Bike Club will ride at the Great Pumpkin Metric! In the past, we have had a UE team, but this is the first year for the UE Bike Club.

This family-oriented ride offers challenges for every type of rider. Each route has rest stops with water and food, and sagwagons will be on the routes to help when needed. There is live music and all-you-can-eat pasta at the end!
This is a wonderful ride for UE families and will be a great first outing for the UE Bike Club! Online registration is available here. It is $20 for an individual and $40 for families. Be sure when you are registering to sign up as a member of the UE Bike Club, regardless of which distance you’ll be riding.

If you have any questions, e-mail

* New Interfaith Initiative Looks at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on September 6

The Office of Academic Affairs and the Department of Religious Life are collaborating on a new interfaith initiative this fall, First Friday Forum @ 4: Faith and Faculty. The monthly forum will provide an informal venue where UE faculty can present and offer reflections about their own faith traditions/religious practices and engage the University community in informal dialogue. Each forum will last 50 minutes, 4:00 pm - 4:50 pm including time for Q & A. Forums will be held in Room 172, Schroeder Family School of Business Building

On Friday, September 6, "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints: Mormonism," will be presented by Dr. Ryan Kiggins and Dr. Mark Kopta.

By highlighting the religious diversity of our faculty, we aim to demonstrate the variety and richness of traditions represented on our campus. The forums will also encourage students and the campus community to widen their understanding of and respect for traditions different from their own.

As an institution affiliated with The United Methodist Church, we want to continually affirm our call to initiate and promote better relationships between Christians and people of other faiths based on informed understanding, critical appreciation, and balanced perspective. Interfaith discussions can make religion a bridge and not a barrier toward a peaceful world. The University of Evansville is committed to religious diversity and interfaith dialogue as we continue to serve an interconnected, global society.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science Ryan Kiggins is trained in the fields of International Relations and political theory with research and teaching interests in theories of international relations, cyber security, internet governance, American foreign policy, and international political economy.

Kiggins received his Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Florida in December 2011 and has held academic appointments as Visiting Assistant Professor at Williams College during the 2012-13 academic year and the University of Louisiana at Lafayette during the 2011-12 academic year. Kiggins’ research has been accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal International Studies Perspectives, and in peer-reviewed edited volumes published by the University of Minnesota Press, Ashgate, and Springer-Verlag. In addition, local ABC and CBS affiliates in Lafayette, Louisiana have relied on Kiggins’ expertise during news reports on international political events including the Arab Spring and the overthrow of Mummar Kaddafi. Kiggins is also a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

Professor of Psychology Mark Kopta is an internationally recognized expert in psychotherapy and mental health research. He is also founder/executive director of the CelestHealth Research Group. CHRG has research centers at Johns Hopkins University, Marquette University, University of Louisville, and University of Trier in Germany. Kopta has served as a mental health consultant and contributor for ABC News. His research and comments have been featured on network news and public television as well as in a variety of magazines and newspapers, as examples, USA Today; U.S. News & World Report; Huffington Post, Forbes, Der Spiegel, the European news magazine; and Corriere Salute, the Italian news magazine. Kopta is also a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

For more information, please contact University Chaplain, Tammy Gieselman, or Senior Vice-President for Academic Affairs, John Mosbo,

* Investment Consultant Will Speak to UE Students

Jeff Berger, Vice president and financial consultant of Hilliard Lyons, will be speaking to UE students at 4.00 p.m. in Smythe Lecture Hall, Schroeder Family School of Business Building on September 9. The title of his presentation will be “Time to take the Stock”. Berger graciously accepted an invitation to speak to UE students from Walayet A. Khan, professor of finance. Hilliard Lyons offers a full spectrum of financial services, including but not limited to, insurance, college education, retirement plans and investment management. The event is open to the public.

* Topic of September Andiron Lecture - Talking to Molecules with Lasers

The next University of Evansville Andiron Lecture is set for Wednesday, September 4 at 4:00 Eykamp 252, Ridgway University Center A social gathering with beverages begins at 3:45 p.m.

Professor of Chemistry Bryan Lynch will be the guest speaker. His topic: "Talking to Molecules with Lasers: A Sabbatical at MIT."

For some 50 years, scientists have used lasers in their efforts to understand the complex behavior of molecules. Some molecules readily reveal their secrets while others adamantly refuse to do so. This lecture will explore the lengths to which scientists go to “talk” to molecules within a laser experiment; it will also examine the types of behavior observed and their importance to chemists and to society in general.

Lynch earned both BS and PhD degrees in chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh, and completed his postdoctoral training in magnetic resonance at Cornell University. Since 1994, he has taught courses in both general and physical chemistry at the University of Evansville.

In 2001, he received the Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Chemical Research, presented by the Department of Chemistry at Indiana University. In 2009, he was awarded the University of Evansville Sydney and Sadelle Berger Award for Scholarly Activity and the Dean’s Outstanding Teaching Award. His research interest is the study of the structure and energetics of small molecules using laser spectroscopy. He has completed two sabbaticals in this field of research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

For further information, call the series coordinator M. Christine Mohn at 812-488-2585 or the College of Arts and Sciences at 812-488-2589.

* WUEV & AcesTV Call-Out Meetings Set For Wednesday, September 4 At 5 pm

91.5 F.M.-WUEV - the University of Evansville's radio station - and AcesTV - the student-run video production unit on campus - will be conducting a joint "Call-Out" meeting for potential new members on Wednesday, September 4 at 5 pm outside of the WUEV Studios, located on the second floor of the Ridgway University Center. Positions are available for both organization, and no prior experience is required. Both WUEV and AcesTV are open to all University of Evansville students, regardless of major.

Anyone with questions, or anyone who is interested in joining either WUEV or AcesTV but who is unable to attend Wednesday's meeting, should contact WUEV & AcesTV General Manager Tom Benson via email at

* Labor Day Picnic and Student Organization Fair

The annual Labor Day picnic, sponsored by Student Government Association and the Student Organization Fair will be this Monday, Sept. 2 from 4-7 pm. Students on meal plans must purchase a ticket in advance from a Sodexo cash register this week and the day of. If students are not on a meal plan, SGA will cover the cost of your meal by signing in at the food lines.

The picnic is open to all faculty and staff and is sponsored by the President's Office, Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, Office of the Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Office of the Vice President for Marketing and Communications, Office of the Vice President for Finance and Administration, and the Vice President for Academic Affairs.

* Fall Healthy Lifestyle Challenge Scheduled

The fall Healthy Lifestyle Challenge for employees will begin Sept. 16. The top five finishers will receive a $50 gift card. HRa subscribers can earn credit for their account.

If you sign up during the Health Screening on Sept. 9, a personal fitness specialist can assess your body fat percentage. Body fat will also be retested at the end of the 9 week challenge. You may participate without being tested.

Log in to AceLink>Human Resources>Wellness>Healthy Lifestyle Challenge>Weekly Reporting Sheet for complete rules and all the forms.

* Fall Employee Wellness Screening - Sign Up On Line

The annual fall wellness screening is September 9 in Eykamp 253/254/255, Ridgwy University Center. Wellness credits for HRA insured will be awarded. If you attended during the summer, please do not schedule an appointment for this session.

Appointments are required. The scheduler is now open until September 6 at 10 p.m. Log in to AceLink to schedule an appointment for you and your insured spouse. You can also cancel and/or reschedule your appointment until close on Sept. 6.

HRA insured attend the health screening at no cost. Non-HRA employees/spouses may also schedule an appointment, but there is a $34 charge (payable by cash or check to the University) at the time of the screening.

If you have any questions, please contact Carolyn Hendrickson at or telephone 812 773-0327.

* UE Acettes Auditions

The UE Acettes will hold auditions for the 2013-2014 school year on September 1. All eligible students are welcomed to audition. Please visit our webpage for more information or contact Coach Arata at or 812-488-1145. We look forward to adding 2-3 more teammates to this year's program!

For more information go to:


Info You Should Know

* Pick up your 2013 LinC at the Student Organizations Fair

Those sophomores, juniors and seniors who were full time students during the 2012–13 school year can pick up their 2013 LinC during the Student Organizations Fair and Labor Day Picnic. Look for the yearbook table, right inside Ridgway University Center, from 4–7 p.m. on Monday.

* Libraries Offers Quiet Study Zone

Looking for a quiet place to study or to concentrate on your research? UE Libraries has designated Level 3 as a quiet precinct where concentration on reading, study, and research are accommodated. New Quiet Zone has individual study carrels, study tables, and casual seating. Students are requested to respect fellow students who use this library level for quiet study.

* Women's Leadership Conference Opportunity

The Indiana Federation of Business and Professional Women is hosting a Student Program at their annual conference in October. Female students interested in preparing for their future careers and competing in this special program should contact Cara Fabrocini, assistant director of Student Engagement, for more information. Cf107 or 488-2058. Application deadline is October 1.

* Speech Team Judges Needed

A local grade school is looking for students to be judges for local speech meets during this semester. Dates vary and training is required. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Geoff Edwards in the Center for Student Engagement at

* Evansville Otter's Tickets Available

The Evansville Otters have provided free tickets to UE students, faculty, staff and families for any of their remaining home games. You can pick up tickets in the Center for Student Engagement. To see the Otter's schedule, go to:

* Adding or Dropping a Fall Class?

The last day to add a fall class is September 3 by 4:00 p.m. If you are changing part-time or full-time status, the back of the form must be stamped by Student Accounts. If you are dropping a class, the instructor's signature is only required after September 11. Add/drop forms are available in the Registrar's Office.

* USPS Closed on Monday, September 2 for Labor Day

The United States Postal Service will be closed on LABOR DAY, Monday, September 2. Please plan accordingly.
For mailing questions, contact Mail Services at extension 2197.

* Join the Phonathon Team

The Office of Development is looking for enthusiastic students (freshman-seniors) to help make solicitation phone calls to alumni and past donors. This is an hourly paid position with the chance for incentives and located ON CAMPUS. If you would like to learn more about this job opportunity, email Liz Riffert at by Monday, September 2.

* Intramural Soccer Referees Needed

The Intramural Program is in need of referees for Soccer. Please stop by the Fitness Center and see Jeff Chestnut or Angie Stauber for more information.

* Undergraduate Research: UExplore Request for Proposals

Please consider participating in the UExplore undergraduate research program this semester. Proposals from nearly every department on campus have been funded.

Fall Semester proposals are due Thursday, September 12. Ten copies of your proposal are due in the Office of Academic Affairs before the end of the business day on the proposal deadline. Additional details can be found at

* Join the University Band!

The University Band welcomes all musicians to join for the Fall 2013 semester. We have exciting concert band music and a great set of tunes for our basketball pep band. No audition needed! Rehearsals are Mondays from 4:00-5:15 p.m., plus games and a final concert. We welcome all woodwinds, brass, and percussion for this group. We even have some instruments for use (you check them out like library books, no rent $ required).

Calling all drummers - We need some solid drummers to play with the pep band too!

Please email Dr. Groulx at for more information, or if you know you want to join you can fill out an add/drop slip for MUS 110-02, or just show up on Monday, September 2 for our 4:00 pm rehearsal.

* Libraries Announces Regular Fall & Spring Semester Hours

UE Libraries will observe the following schedule of regular hours during Autumn & Spring Semesters. Exceptions to regular hours will be announced in advance (e.g., Final Exams;  University holidays;  Autumn & Spring Breaks).

Contact William Louden, University Librarian, with questions at either 488.2376 or . First day of classes is Wednesday, August 28.

UE Libraries hours for Fall and Spring Semesters:

• Monday:            7:30 a.m.  -  Midnight
• Tuesday:            7:30 a.m.  -  Midnight
• Wednesday:     7:30 a.m.  -  Midnight
• Thursday:           7:30 a.m.  -  Midnight
• Friday:                 7:30 a.m.  -  6:00 p.m.
• Saturday:           10:00 a.m.  -  6:00 p.m.
• Sunday:              Noon  -  Midnight



* Robert Dion Joins Center for Civic Literacy

Dr. Robert Dion, chairperson of the Department of Law, Politics, and Society, attended the first national conference of the Indiana University Center for Civic Literacy last weekend in Indianapolis. The Center was recently created as an interdisciplinary research center and clearinghouse for the study of the causes and consequences of the "civic deficit" in American life. Professor Dion has been named the associate editor for The Journal of Civic Literacy, the Center's new interdisciplinary scholarly journal.

* Beavers to Join Centre for Digital Philosophy

Dr. Anthony F. Beavers, Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religion, was recently appointed to the Board of Directors at the Centre for Digital Philosophy at the University of Western Ontario. The Centre will be the permanent home to several projects that are altering the way that philosophers go about their professional business, most notably, PhilPapers ( Beavers has served as the Area Editor for the Philosophy of Information at PhilPapers for the last four years and is currently President of the International Association for Computing and Philosophy. He is in the process of finishing the article on Computational Philosophy for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy due to be released early next year.

* Kimberling's Encyclopedia of Triangle Centers Highly Recommended by American Library Association

Clark Kimberling, professor of mathematics, has a website recently ranked in the Highly Recommended category by the American Library Association. The site, called Encyclopedia of Triangle Centers (ETC) started at UE in 2000 as an extension of Dr. Kimberling's book, Triangle Centers and Central Triangles. ETC presently described more than 5000 special geometric points. The first four are the ancient Greek centers (centroid, incenter, circumcenter, orthocenter) and many of the others have been discovered by geometers around the world since 2000.

The Highly Recommended status comes at the conclusion of a Choice Card, sent by the American Library Association to thousands of academic libraries. You can read about ETC at Wikipedia ( or download it from The international impact of ETC stems from worldwide interest in geometry; during the past 12 months, new entries in ETC have come from England, Japan, Poland, France, Spain, Greece, China, Venezuela, Russia, Germany, and the U.S.



* UE Men's Hoops Adds Mislav Brzoja

Always an attractive program for foreign student-athletes, the University of Evansville men’s basketball team has announced that Mislav Brzoja, a native of Zagreb, Croatia, has transferred to the school and will be eligible to play for the Purple Aces beginning in 2014.

"Mislav is an outstanding perimeter player who brings great size and skill level to our program,” Evansville head coach Marty Simmons said.  “His international play as well as the experience of playing in the Big East is something that we are excited about.  Most importantly, he is a better person than a basketball player."

Brzoja comes to Evansville after playing for Villanova last season where he saw action in 17 games as a guard for the Wildcats.  He played an average of 2.4 minutes per game while recording six rebounds.  Standing at 6-4, Brzoja has the ability to play at either the one, two or three position on the floor and can be utilized in several different ways. 

He brings experience in the state of Indiana was he played at Traders Point Christian Academy prior to his year at Villanova.  The academy is located in Whitestown, Ind., which is a suburb on the northwest side of Indianapolis.  Brzoja played a pivotal role in leading the academy to a 24-3 record and the Indiana Christian Title in 2012.

Over the past two summers, Brzoja has returned home to play for his native Croatia.  This summer, he played for the FIBA U19 team where he averaged 12.7 points per game over the course of nine outings.  That tournament is the most prestigious He registered double figures in six of those efforts, including 22 points versus Spain and 21 against Korea.  In the summer of 2012, he represented his country in the U18 European Championship.  Over the course of eight games, he averaged 15.0 points and 2.9 rebounds to lead Croatia to the gold medal. 

Already enrolled in classes at UE, Brzoja will be able to practice with the team this season before being eligible for game action in 2014.  In his recruitment out of Traders Point in 2012, Brzoja had interest from several institutions including: Northwestern, Vanderbilt, LSU and Marquette.

* Aces travel to North Carolina Central Tournament

After an offseason of preparation, the University of Evansville volleyball team will open up the regular season this weekend with a trip to the North Carolina Central Tournament.

First-year head coach Manolo Concepcion begins his tenure with seven matches on the road before returning home on Sept. 13. 

“We have a tough preseason schedule as we are away for a long time,” Concepcion said.  “We will be mentally tested as we perform in front of new fans.  Opening a new season always provides some unknowns as there is no information or scouting report out on us and the same is true for our opponents; we are just very excited to get started.”

That start will take place on Friday at 3:30 p.m. CT as UE will face Murray State.  The Racers were 6-20 a season ago, including a 3-0 UE win at the Carson Center.  They return four starters from 2012 and welcome five newcomers.

On Saturday, Evansville will play a pair of matches, beginning with a matchup against Hampton at 10 a.m. CT.  A solid 19-14 team last year, the Lady Pirates return 11 letterwinners and five starters.  The duo of Krista Kraskura and Bibiany Fonseca earned Preseason All-MEAC honors as the Lady Pirates were picked to finish atop the Northern Division of the league.

UE wraps up the weekend with a 12:30 p.m. CT contest versus host North Carolina Central, who went 8-22 in 2012.  The Eagles play in the South Division of the MEAC and also had a pair of players named to the preseason team as Kalin Russell and Christine Anthony were recognized.

Evansville returns the nucleus of its 2012 squad, including junior Ashley Ring, who ranked third in the Missouri Valley Conference in kills.  The senior class, which consists of Katie Klages, Jenn Murphy, Lauren Seyller, Rachel TenHoor and Caitlin Wickes, will be depended upon for their experience.

Klages has established herself as one of the top liberos in the MVC as she was fourth in the league in digs a season ago.  Murphy stepped right into a regular role at the setter position as a junior, finishing in the top ten in the MVC in assists.  Seyller has played a total of 198 sets in her first two years in the program, notching 147 digs and 157 kills as a junior.

TenHoor has been a force in the middle for the Aces and was the leading hitter last season while Wickes is walking on to the team after playing her freshman and sophomore years.

* Men's Soccer Opens Season at The Hotels at Grand Prairie Classic

The University of Evansville men’s soccer team will open its 2013 regular season this weekend at The Hotels at Grand Prairie Classic in Peoria, Ill. The Purple Aces open the weekend with a 4:30 p.m. match against Massachusetts Friday, before taking on New Hampshire Sunday at 10:30 a.m.

Evansville earned a win and a draw in its two exhibition matches, defeating Belmont, 3-0, before playing Indianapolis to a scoreless tie. Senior Brandon Causey led the Aces with three points on a goal and an assist in the win over the Bruins, while junior Patrick Hodges and sophomore Mark Anthony Gonzalez combined for the other two UE goals.

In the draw with UIndy, juniors Joel Craig and Nick Schroeder, and freshman Jared Robinson all attempted three shots to lead Evansville offensively. Junior goalkeeper Eric Teppen earned the clean sheet against Belmont and recorded a save in his 65:46 between the posts against the Greyhounds.

Massachusetts returns 13 letterwinners, including six starters from its 2012 squad that finished 5-11-2 and 2-7-0 in the Atlantic 10. The Minutemen return their top scorer in Josh Schwartz, who led the team with 12 points, five goals and two assists last season. In addition, Schwartz was named to the preseason Atlantic 10 All-Conference Team by College Sports Madness.

New Hampshire finished 7-7-6 overall in 2012 and posted a 2-3-2 record in the America East Conference. The Wildcats return 20 letterwinners from last season, including leading scorer Robert Palumbo. Palumbo appeared in 19 games for UNH and tied for the team lead by scoring three goals and recording a pair of assists for eight points. Goalkeeper Travis Worra also returns after an impressive 2012 campaign, where he finished 7-4-6 with a .821 save percentage and 0.81 goals against average.

* Aces Host UT Martin Friday Night

After opening its season by splitting a pair of matches last weekend, the University of Evansville women’s soccer team will be back in action Friday at 7 p.m., when the Purple Aces host UT Martin at Arad McCutchan Stadium.

Evansville (1-1-0) split a pair of games with Murray State and Tennessee Tech last weekend, falling to the Racers, 1-0, before rebounding with a 2-1 win over the Golden Eagles. Freshman Emily Griebel got UE on the board in the 37th minute and senior Stephanie Thompson netted the game-winner in the 49th minute in the victory at TTU.

Defensively, junior Taylor Brand was named the Missouri Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Week, as she led an Evansville defensive unit that allowed just five shots on goal this weekend. The Aces surrendered just four shots on goal against Murray State and only one at Tennessee Tech.

UT Martin (0-1-1) opened its season with a narrow, 1-0 loss to Oklahoma State, before playing to a scoreless draw with Middle Tennessee State. The Skyhawks held OSU scoreless for over 84 minutes, before conceding the eventual game-winning tally in the 85th minute. UTM goalkeeper Mariah Klenke made seven saves and Hannah McGowen led UT Martin with two shots.

In the draw against MTSU, the two teams combined for 33 shots, as the Skyhawks took 17 shots to the Blue Raiders’ 16. Ellie Myrick led the team with five shots and three on goal, while Klenke collected nine more saves in net.

UTM returns 16 letterwinners and eight starters from last year’s team that finished 13-6-3 overall and won the Ohio Valley Conference regular-season title by going 8-1-1 in league play.

Friday’s match will mark the fourth in series history between Evansville and UT Martin. The two teams are tied in the all-time series at 1-1-1, as the Aces and Skyhawks played to a 2-2 draw in their last meeting in 2011.

* WBB in need of Managers and Male Practice Players

The women's basketball team is in need of team managers and male practice players. Being a manager is an opportunity to work for the team and their day-to-day operations.

Male practice players are also needed for the season. Being a practice player is a great way to stay in shape, receive some cool UE gear, and get the opportunity to continue playing basketball in a structure fashion.

Please contact Doug Rogers at (812)-746-1027 or if interested.


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