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Friday, September 6, 2013

* New Procedure for Marketing Requests - Including AceNotes!

As we begin the new year, many of you are ready to submit requests for AceNotes, room reservations for non-class related activities, print pieces, videos, news releases, etc. Whatever you need from any area of marketing, it can now be requested through one form. Just go here::

Next - click on the icon for the type of request you would like to make and fill out the form that pops up. Once you click "submit," the form will be sent to the appropriate people.

This form replaces Publication's previous job request form and allows all areas of marketing to assist you in a systematic way. If there is a cost to your project, you must still submit a paper copy of a check requisition or copy services request as in the past. (There are a few exceptions for departments that have been switched to electronic methods of making those submissions.)

If you are unsure which category to choose for your project or have any other questions, please contact one of the members of the marketing team to assist.

* Save 10% on New Nametags

The UE nametags have been redesigned with the IMPACT messaging on them.

In an effort to encourage as many people as possible to use the new design, we have arranged with our vendor, Ameristamp, to offer a 10% price reduction on all nametags ordered by Friday, September 13.

The discount includes the stipulation that the nametags must be paid by p-card at the time you place the order, so have your card handy.

The number to call is (812) 477-7763.


What's Happening Today

* SAB Hosts Its first Comedian of the Year, Sammy Obeid, Tonight

The Student Activities Board (SAB) will host its first comedian of the year - Sammy Obeid - tonight at 8 p.m. in Cafe Court. The event is free to all full-time UE students with valid Fall 2013 Activity Stickers. There will be free SAB merchandise, free popcorn AND free soft drinks for all in attendance!

A Lebanese-Palestinian-Syrian-Italian-American born in Oakland California, Obeid graduated from UC Berkeley with a 3.9 GPA double major in business and applied mathematics. Then he realized he was actually meant to do comedy. Uh, oh! Recently appearing on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, advancing to the Las Vegas round, Sammy’s style has been described as ‘intelligent’, ‘inspiring’, and ‘a youthful perspective that reaches all ages.’

* UE Interfaith Initiatives for Fall Semester, Save the Dates

The Department of Religious Life would like to offer for your information the following Interfaith Initiatives scheduled for the fall semester. More details to follow. All events are free and open to the public. For more information please contact University Chaplain, Tamara Gieselman,

First Friday Forum @ 4:  Faith and Faculty
The Office of Academic Affairs and the Department of Religious Life are collaborating on the interfaith faculty forum series this fall.  The monthly forums 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, 4:00pm - 4:50pm including time for Q & A.
Forums will take place in the Schroeder Family School of Business, Room 172.
September 6                4:00PM           The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints: Mormonism                                     
October 4                    4:00PM            (TBA)
November 1                4:00PM            (TBA)
December 6                 4:00PM            (TBA)

International Day of Peace Concert, September 22, 2013, 4:00PM in Neu Chapel
Sponsored by the Department of Religious Life, the Neu Chapel Society, and the UE Interfaith Council.
Participating Partners:              Signature School String Orchestra
North High School Choir
Joshua Academy Choir
First United Methodist Church Musicians
University of Evansville Music students and faculty

Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on September 21. UE’s Peace Day concert is scheduled on the following day, September 22, to maximize participation by the campus and larger community.
The United Nations General Assembly declared September 21 as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples.  The United Nations invites all nations and people to honor a cessation of hostilities during the Day, and to otherwise commemorate the Day through education and public awareness on issues related to peace.

“Jesus, Judaism, and Christianity: The Misunderstood Jew in Context” with A.-J. Levine, Ph.D.
Sponsored by the Snyder Concert and Lecture Series, the Department of Religious Life, and the
Temple Adath B'nai Israel
October 18 – 20, 2013 (Detailed schedule forthcoming)
Major lectures on campus include:  
Friday, October 18 @ 4:00PM          Jesus and Judaism
Sunday, October 20 @ 10:30AM       How to Hear a Parable: The Good Samaritan
Sunday, October 20 @ 4:00PM         Agreeing to Disagree: How Jews and Christians Read
                                                            Scripture Differently

Amy-Jill Levine is University Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies, E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Professor of New Testament Studies, and  Professor of Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt University Divinity School and College of Arts and Sciences. Holding the B.A. from Smith College, the M.A. and  Ph.D. from Duke University, and honorary doctorates from Christian Theological Seminary, Drury University, the University of Richmond, the Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest, and the University of South Carolina-Upstate, Professor Levine has been awarded grants from the Mellon Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the American Council of Learned Societies. She has held office in the Society of Biblical Literature, the Catholic Biblical Association, and the Association for Jewish Studies. Her books include The Misunderstood Jew: The Church and the Scandal of the Jewish Jesus (HarperOne), the edited collection,The Historical Jesus in Context (Princeton), and the fourteen-volume edited series, Feminist Companions to the New Testament and Early Christian Writings (Continuum). With Marc Brettler of Brandeis University, she has edited the  Jewish Annotated New Testament (Oxford), and she has written, with her Vanderbilt Colleague Douglas Knight, The Meaning of the Bible: What The Jewish Scriptures and the Christian Old Testament Can Teach us  (HarperOne).   She has recorded "Introduction to the Old Testament," "Great Figures of the Old Testament," and "Great Figures of the New Testament" for the Teaching Company. In 2011, Professor Levine became Affiliated Professor at the Woolf Institute: Centre for the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations at Cambridge, UK. A self-described "Yankee Jewish feminist who teaches in a predominantly Christian divinity school in the buckle of the Bible Belt," Professor Levine combines historical-critical rigor, literary-critical sensitivity, and a frequent dash of humor with a commitment to eliminating anti-Jewish, sexist, and homophobic theologies.

Interfaith Bread Festival, Saturday, November 2, 11:00AM -1:00PM, Eykamp Hall 251                  
Sponsored by the Department of Religious Life, the Department of Archaeology, and Alumni Relations
“Bread in Religious Culture”
Local communities and bread artisan will come together and share their sacred bread traditions. Join us for presentations and samplings!

Community Interfaith Thanksgiving Worship Service, Sunday, November 3, 10:30AM, Neu Chapel        
Sponsored by the Department of Religious Life and the UE Interfaith Council
“Celebrating Religious Diversity, Giving Thanks Together”

* 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,


Upcoming Events

* University Worship this Sunday, "Getting a Life and Losing It"

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 theme that speaks about "Getting a Life and Losing It." All are welcome! As always, Donut Bank donut balls and coffee are available at 10:00 a.m. and following the service!

* John Kao Will Be Next Institute Speaker Series Guest on Tuesday, September 17.

John Kao will be the next Institute Speaker Series guest on Tuesday, September 17.

Kao has been called “Mr. Creativity” and “a serial innovator” by The Economist and is a leading authority on innovation, organization transformation, and emerging technologies. He will address Global Competitive Innovation for Organizations, Nations, and Individuals. Kao received his MBA from Harvard and his MD from Yale. He is also a Tony-winning producer of film and stage, and spent the summer of 1969 playing keyboards for Frank Zappa.

Kao will appear at the Scottish Rite Cathedral in Indianapolis at noon (ET) for a luncheon presentation, and then travel to Evansville for a 7:00 p.m. event at the Victory Theatre. Visit for ticket information for the Indianapolis luncheon. The evening presentation at the Victory is free and open to the public. For preferred seating in Evansville, RSVP to

Prior to the Kao lecture in Evansville, the UE community is invited to join Dishcrawl for an innovative menu at Babel Restaurant on Main Street starting at 4 p.m. and leading up to the 7 p.m. lecture. Babel will feature an innovative dish and provide a wonderful networking environment for inspired and like-minded individuals. The cost is $5.00, and the group will be limited to the first 40 who register at

A free bus ride will be available for UE students between campus and the Victory. To accommodate students attending the dishcrawl event, there will be a bus leaving UE at 5:15 p.m. in addition to the bus leaving at 6:15. The bus to return to campus will depart the Victory following the conclusion of the presentation. For more information, contact Cindy at ck116 or visit The Institute Speaker Series is sponsored by the Institute for Global Enterprise.

* Orr Fellowship Information Session

Orr Fellowship representatives will be conducting an information session on Thursday, September 12, from 12:15 - 1:15 p.m., in Room 272, Schroeder Family School of Business Building. To learn more, please go to the Orr Fellowship web page.

* DPT Coldstone Give Back

The 3rd year physical therapy students are having a Give Back at both east and west ColdStone locations on Tuesday, September 10. Flyers can be picked up in the MultiMedia Center or PT Department Office in Graves Hall. Money will be used for a study course - please come support the UE DPT students!

* SAB needs YOU to help plan events!

Ever wonder what it's like to help plan for a comedian or what goes into getting ready for a weekly movie?! Student Activities Board has several spots waiting for you and your friends on our committees!

This year, we'll have several opportunities for you to help run logistics for our comedians, music performers, and countless other fun events. The four committees available to you are Special Events, Entertainment, Movies, and Homecoming.

The SAB Executive Board will have a call out meeting Tuesday, September 10 at 5 pm in Room100 (Vectren Lecture Hall) in Koch Center. Snacks will be provided to hold you over until dinner.

If you're interested in helping plan some awesome events for campus, come check us out and see where you can fit into the mix!

* Catholic Mass at 1:00 in Neu Chapel on Sunday

The entire UE community is welcome for this Sunday's 1:00 p.m. Mass in Neu Chapel. The celebrant and homilist will be Fr. Godfrey Mullen, OSB, rector of Saint Benedict Cathedral. Students will fill the other liturgical ministries; if you are interested in helping, contact Mike Roesch at mr201. If you would like to sing or play with the Newman Choir, rehearsal is before Mass at noon in the chapel.

* Guest presentations by Dr. Yi-Fen Shih of National Yang-Ming University

The Physical Therapy Department has the pleasure of announcing two presentations by Dr. Yi-Fen Shih, associate professor and international coordinator for the Department of Physical Therapy and Assistive Technology of National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan. Dr. Shih will be visiting UE along with two physical therapy students from September 9–16. Both presentations are free and open to the Evansville community.

The first presentation will be at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 10 in Room 100, Graves Hall. Her presentation will be of her research and is titled “Investigation of neuromuscular performance in athletes with overuse injuries”.

The second presentation will be moderated by Professor of Health Services Administration Bill Stroube, followed by open discussion of the health care systems in Taiwan. This presentation will be at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 11 in Room 170 (Smyth Lecture Hall) in the Schroeder Family School of Business Building.

Dr. Shih received her professional physical therapy education in Taiwan, and completed post-graduate research training at the University of Pittsburgh and the Imperial College in London, England. She is a board-certified physical therapist and a researcher specializing in the area of musculoskeletal physical therapy and sport science.

* Water for People on WUEV 91.5 FM!

Duane Gilles, the coordinator for this year's Water For People event, will be in the Hinton Studios to talk with Paul Mattingly. The 2013 SW Indiana Water For People concert will be held on September 26 at the Victory Theater in Downtown Evansville. The entertainment will be "American Pop" featuring the Grass Roots and the Buckinghams.

Water For People brings together local entrepreneurs, civil society, governments, and communities to establish creative, collaborative solutions that allow people to build and maintain their own reliable safe water systems. Empowering everyone transforms people’s lives by improving health and economic productivity to end the cycle of poverty.

For more information about this year's event, or the continuing work of this organization. go online to This broadcast can also be heard online at

* Employee Fall Healthy Lifestyle Challenge

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.

* Employee Health Screening Sept. 9

The annual fall wellness screening is September 9 in Eykamp 253/254/255, Ridgway 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

* 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.


Info You Should Know

* Habitat for Humanity Partnership- Volunteers Needed

This semester, the Center for Student Engagement has developed a Social Responsibility Certificate. Through the certificate, students will learn about issues related to Homelessness and Poverty and will work with Habitat for Humanity of Evansville to build a home for a local family. Guest speakers will present in Eykamp Hall on Mondays from noon-1pm starting September 9th with an introduction to the program. On Wednesdays from Sept. 18-Oct. 23rd, volunteers are needed in addition to those participating in the Certificate program, to help on the build site. If you are interested in knowing more about the Discover IMPACT: Social Responsibility Certificate program, or if you would like to know how you can volunteer on site for the House Build, contact Geoff Edwards, Director of the Center for Student Engagement at or by calling 812-488-1102. The Certificate website is at:

* Calling all Soccer Officials!

The Intramural staff is looking for experienced soccer officials. If you have experience playing or officiating please come to the Soccer Training Session on Sunday, September 8 from 8-0 pm in room 113 of the Carson Center.

* Office Staff Association Membership Drive

Now is the time to join the Office Staff Association (OSA), an organization for the support staff at the University of Evansville . Membership dues are only $8.00! All proceeds from membership go to the OSA scholarship fund for UE students. Please send your paid dues to Gloria Spencer in HR. Don’t forget the free parking permit drawing for those that join by Tuesday, September 10. Come join in the fun with your colleagues!

* New Hires: Cathy Wellmeier and Seth Woodason

Cathy Wellmeier has returned to UE as purchasing specialist in the Office of Administrative Services. She began work in the position on September 2.

Seth Woodason has been hired as assistant director of UE’s Fitness Center and intramurals/club sports, effective September 1. Seth came to UE from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, and he holds a master’s degree in recreation and sport management from Indiana State University and a bachelor’s degree in sport management from Harding University in Arkansas.

Please congratulate Cathy and Seth on their new positions and welcome them to the UE community!

* Join the Admission Ambassador Organization!

Do you have a love for meeting new people and for UE? If so, the Admission Ambassadors organization is for you! Applications are now available online and will be due Monday, September 23. To apply:
1)  Login to:
2)  Select the “Students” tab, and then scroll down to the end of the page
3)  In the right column, under the “Student Workers” section, select the Admission Ambassador Application link.
4)  Please fill out the application completely and there will also be a section to request a reference from UE faculty/staff.

Thank you, and if you have any questions please contact Victoria Bruner at

* Call For Entries

The UE Art Department would like to invite students, staff, faculty and their family to submit their original photography for our Annual UE Community Photo Show taking place in The Krannert Gallery from September 18 to October 25. Please bring up to 4 photographs to the Art Department office between 9 am and 3 pm by Friday September 13. The photographs must be no larger than 15 inches in any direction including the frame, appropriately framed and ready to hang. We would like to display as many photographs as possible but may need to edit if we have more entries than space available. Please contact Gallery Director Kirsten Skiles with any questions at or via the Art Department at 812-488-2043.

* Sign Up for Deals Sent to Your Phone

My UE Mobile is a free program to inform UE students, faculty, staff, and local alumni and friends of the best deals in Evansville.

Sign up for the text service at

Not only do you get special offers straight to your phone, but it helps raise money for the University!

Note that these are offers for the Evansville area only, so only those living here should sign up.

* Deans' List Students Recognized at UE Libraries

Students who earned Deans' List status for Spring Semester 2013 are recognized in an exhibit at UE Libraries. Exhibit is located in the entry lobby. Students merit the honor of being named to the Deans' List at the conclusion of each semester by earning a semester grade point average of 3.5 on a four point scale while carrying a full academic course load of at least twelve hours excluding Pass/Fail courses. Exhibit continues through September 15th.

* 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.



* New Publication by Assistant Professor of Philosophy Lisa Kretz

Assistant Professor of Philosophy Lisa Kretz has just published an essay titled "Conscious Evolution" in the Montreal Review. The Montreal Review has published works by distinguished philosophers such as Philip Kitcher, Alvin Plantinga Ronald de Sousa, and Patricia Smith Churchland. You can find Dr. Kretz's article at:



* Women's Soccer MS Night Shirt Sales & Game

Orange t-shirts will be on sale in Ridgway from 11am - 1 pm on Friday for $5 with portions of the proceeds from the t-shirt sales going to the Tri-State Multiple Sclerosis Association. Hope can purchase a shirt then come out to the game later that night and support the Aces!

The University of Evansville women's soccer team will then host in-state rival IUPUI Friday night at 7 p.m. for MS Night at Arad McCutchan Stadium.

Evansville (2-2-0) will be wearing orange jerseys against IUPUI to support the Tri-State Multiple Sclerosis Association's fight against MS. In addition, the first 500 fans will receive a 22-ounce souvenir cup that will be filled for free with a $2 purchase at the concession stand at McCutchan Stadium. Orange t-shirts will also be available at the match for $5 if you can't pick one up before the match.

* Men's Soccer Set for Bearcat Soccer Classic

For the second-straight week, the University of Evansville men’s soccer team will be on the road for a weekend tournament, as it will travel to Cincinnati, Ohio for the Bearcat Soccer Classic Friday and Sunday. The Purple Aces will play Northern Illinois Friday night at 5 p.m., before taking on host Cincinnati Sunday at 2:30 p.m.

Evansville (0-1-1) opened the season last weekend at The Hotels at Grand Prairie Classic in Peoria, Ill., with a pair of double-overtime matches, playing Massachusetts to a scoreless draw, before falling to New Hampshire, 2-1. Senior Brandon Causey scored the lone goal for UE against the Wildcats and junior goalkeeper Eric Teppen made 15 saves on the weekend, including a career-high 12 against UNH.

As a team, the Aces attempted 35 shots last weekend, putting 19 of them on frame for a .543 shot on goal percentage. On the season, Causey leads the team with two points on his goal, while junior Joel Craig and freshman Jared Robinson garnered the other two points for UE by assisting on Causey’s tally.

Northern Illinois (1-1-0) opened its season by splitting a pair of matches last weekend with Cincinnati and Ohio State at the Wolstein Classic in Columbus, Ohio, topping the Bearcats, 3-0, before dropping a 2-0 decision to the Buckeyes. James Stevenson led the Huskies with three points on a goal and an assist. Issac Kannah and Bertrand Gaschot tallied the other two goals for NIU.

Andrew Glaeser and Miles Herbert split time in goal for Northern Illinois, as Glaeser made four saves and earned the clean sheet in the victory over Cincinnati, while Herbert took the loss and recorded a pair of saves in the loss to Ohio State.

Cincinnati (0-2-0) dropped both of its matches at the Wolstein Classic in Columbus last weekend, falling to NIU, 3-0, and UNC Wilmington, 1-0. Alan Rovira and Jonathan Cottrell each fired five shots to lead the Bearcats, with Rovira putting all five on goal. Goalkeeper Taylor Hafling made nine saves in the two contests, allowing four goals for a 2.00 goals against average and .692 save percentage.

As a team, UC was narrowly outshot, 22-21, and conceded 13 corner kicks.

Friday will mark the first ever meeting between Evansville and Northern Illinois in men’s soccer, while the Aces hold a 5-1 advantage in the all-time series with Cincinnati. UE defeated the Bearcats, 2-0, last season at Arad McCutchan Stadium.

* Women's Soccer Hosts IUPUI for MS Night; Travels to St. Louis

The University of Evansville women’s soccer team will host in-state rival IUPUI Friday night at 7 p.m. for MS Night at Arad McCutchan Stadium, before wrapping up the weekend with a match at St. Louis Sunday at 1 p.m.

Evansville (2-2-0) will be wearing orange jerseys against IUPUI to support the Tri-State Multiple Sclerosis Association’s fight against MS. In addition, the first 500 fans will receive a 22-ounce souvenir cup that will be filled for free with a $2 purchase at the concession stand at McCutchan Stadium. Orange t-shirts will also be available at the match for $5 with portions of the proceeds from the t-shirt sales going to the Tri-State Multiple Sclerosis Association.

Evansville suffered a 1-0 setback to Xavier Wednesday night in a midweek contest in Cincinnati, as the Musketeers scored the game’s lone goal in the 25th minute and an early red card forced the Aces to play with just 10 players for most of the night. Senior Stephanie Thompson and freshman Bronwyn Boswell led UE’s offensive efforts with four shots each and sophomore goalkeeper Simone Busby collected eight saves in goal, including a save of a penalty shot in the 22nd minute.

On the season, Evansville has outshot its opponents, 63-39, and holds a 34-17 edge in shots on goal. In addition, the Aces have earned 17 corner kicks, while allowing just 12 and have yet to allow a second-half goal.

Individually, Thompson and freshman Emily Griebel are tied for the team lead with four points, as each has netted a pair of goals. Boswell leads the squad with 13 shots, while sophomore Abby Springer has put a team-high seven shots on goal. In goal, Busby enters Friday’s match with a 0.75 goals against average, .824 save percentage and 14 saves on the season.

IUPUI (2-1-1) remained unbeaten on its home pitch with a 2-0 victory over Grand Canyon last Sunday, as the Jaguars got a pair of second-half goals from Catherine Raster and Alyssa Fox.

IUPUI has outscored its opponents, 5-4, this season despite being outshot, 69-52. The Jaguars have put 27 of their 52 shots on goal for a .519 percentage and have earned 18 corner kicks to their opponents 17.

Raster and Taylor Heidorn lead IUPUI with three points each, while four other Jaguars have recorded two points on the season. Tori Minnich has taken a team-high nine shots and also leads the team with six shots on goal. Giselle Guzman has been the primary goalkeeper for IUPUI, allowing just three goals over 290 minutes for a 0.93 goals against average and a .864 save percentage.

Saint Louis (1-3-0) has dropped its last three matches since defeating Western Michigan in its home opener. After their win over the Broncos, the Billikens fell to DePaul, Arkansas and Mississippi and will attempt to end the skid Friday night when they host SIU Edwardsville.

SLU has been outscored 10-3 this season and have been shutout in three-straight matches. Saint Louis has also been outshot, 59-31, and has allowed opposing teams to attempt 33 corner kicks to its 10.

Cristina Rodriguez leads SLU with three points on a goal and an assist, and three other Saint Louis players have tallied two points apiece. Jenny Hummert and Kirsten Clemens has each taken a team-high seven shots and Clemens leads the Billikens with five shots on goal. In net, Hanna Benben has allowed 10 goals with 15 saves in 360 minutes for a 2.50 goals against average and a .600 save percentage.

Evansville and IUPUI will meet for the fifth time Friday night, with each side winning two of the previous four meetings. The Jaguars have won the last two matchups, downing the Aces, 2-0, in both 2008 and 2009.

UE leads the all-time series with Saint Louis, 5-3, despite falling to the Billikens, 2-0, last season. SLU has won the last two contests, with Evansville’s last win in the series coming in 2001.


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