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Friday, September 13, 2013

* 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

* Sept. 14 Deadline for Early Registration Prizes

Register for Family Weekend 2013! Family Weekend 2013 will be held from Friday, September 27 to Sunday, September 29. Register BEFORE SEPT.14 to be entered to WIN gift certificates for a free hotel stay or free food from Biaggi’s or Hacienda. There are several ways to register: 1) 2) Encourage your family to complete the registration form inside the Parents Connections Newsletter and mail it back to UE, or 3) Parents can also register by calling the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations at 812-488-2586 or 4) by e-mailing us at

To see a detailed Schedule of Events go to and click on “Family Weekend” on the left hand side Questions? Contact the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations, at 812-488-2586 or 800-423-8633 x 2586.

* Sodexo Invites You to Try Harmony Today!

Sodexo invites you to the grand opening of Harmony TODAY - Friday, September 13 - from 10:30 am -1:30 pm. Harmony is Café Court's new Vegan, Vegetarian and Halal dining concept. Vegan, Vegetarian and Halal selections will be available during lunch and Vegan and Vegetarian selections will be available for dinner. Join us for samples, give aways and frequent buyer cards.

* Today is UE Purple T-Shirt Exchange

Get your Ace over to the Ridgway University Center today from Noon - 1 p.m. The first 50 students and 25 faculty and staff to bring a shirt from a different university or college will get a free UE t-shirt.

* International Karaoke and Talent Night

There will be a Karaoke night on September 13 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in Eykamp Hall, Ridgway University Center. There will be lots of music, games and food such as popcorn, lemonade and chips provided by the International Club.



Upcoming Events

* Sept. 16 – 20 – Innovation Week at UE

The Institute for Global Enterprise presents Innovation Week at the University of Evansville, taking place from Sept. 16-20. Given today’s intense interconnectedness, rapid pace of change and growing complexity of global challenges, innovation is essential for progress and success for our future graduates and our civic, public and private sectors. You are invited to participate in the Innovation Week events, which include the Institute for Global Enterprise Speaker Series event featuring John Kao, the weeklong Design Challenge, a presentation on 3-D Printing and Innovation, and a presentation by Social Innovator Tyler White on his organization, Fields of Dreams Uganda.

For details, please visit

* $1000 PRIZE - Innovation Week Design Challenge - Info Session this Friday!

Students are invited to participate in the Innovation Week Design Challenge to compete for a $1,000 team prize, which will be awarded by Accuride, the Design Challenge corporate sponsor. Join us for an informal info session and to form a team this Friday, September 13 at 4 pm in Room162., Schroeder Family School of Business Building.

Cross-disciplinary student teams of 3 to 6 members will spend a fun-filled week competing to develop a conceptual design that provides an innovative solution to Accuride’s challenge. Students will have access to advisors from the faculty, be instructed in the use of 3-D printing as an innovation tool, be called to action by a special guest speaker, nationally-known innovation strategist John Kao, gain insight during a mid-week informal feedback session with Accuride, and build a proof-of-concept model. Most important, the competition will enable the teams to increase their appreciation of cross-disciplinary innovative problem-solving techniques.

All Design Challenge conceptual designs will be evaluated on Friday, September 20, during a 10-minute student presentation and submittal of a proof-of-concept model to a panel of judges consisting of Accuride personnel and UE faculty/staff. The winning team of the Design Challenge will receive a $1,000 cash prize provided and presented by Accuride during a special reception that evening.

Part of Innovation Week, the Design Challenge is supported by the Institute for Global Enterprise and the Kern Entrepreneurship Education Network.

Full Calendar of Design Challenge Events:

Monday, Sept. 16
4-5:30 pm
Innovation Week Design Challenge Kickoff with Accuride
Smythe Lecture Hall (Room 170) - Schroeder Family School of Business Building

Tuesday, Sept. 17
3-3:30 pm
3-D Printing, Manufacturing and Innovation
Dr. John Layer
Room 100 - Koch Center

3:45-4:45 pm?
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Dr. John Layer instruction for student teams participating in the Innovation Week Design Challenge

Wednesday, Sept. 18
4-6 pm
Accuride Mid-week Informal Feedback Session for Student Teams
Room 273, Schroeder Family School of Business Building (By appointment only)

Thursday, Sept. 19,
4 pm
Deadline for Design Challenge Student Teams to Submit 3-D Printing Requests
(Submit electronically to Dr. Layer)

Friday, Sept. 20
4-6 pm
Design Challenge Pitches and Judging
Smythe Lecture Hall (Room170) - Schroeder Family School of Business Building

6-7 pm
Design Challenge Award Presentation and Reception
Dunigan Lounge (Room 160) - McCurdy Wing of Schroeder Family School of Business Building

* Fields of Dreams' Co-Founder Tyler White, Social Innovator and UE Senior to Tell His Story, Sept. 20 at Free Luncheon

The campus community is invited to enjoy a free luncheon and presentation by UE senior, Tyler White. This event will take place in Eykamp 251, Ridgway University Center on September 20 from noon - 1:30 p.m. Please RSVP to ck116 by Sept 17.

Tyler White co-founded Fields of Dreams Uganda at the age of 19. Tyler will share his story of how he became a social innovator in creating a new organization and model that addresses social needs and is strengthening the civil society of Uganda. Fields of Dreams provides hope for the orphaned and vulnerable children of Uganda through the vehicles of soccer and education.

This is a SSB Passport approved event sponsored by the Institute for Global Enterprise and is part of Innovation Week.

* 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.

* Dick Davis to be the Guest Speaker at Creative Writing Coffee Hour on September 19

Dick Davis will be the guest speaker for the Creative Writing Coffee Hour on Thursday, September 19 at 4 p.m. in the Mel Peterson Gallery.

Davis was born in Portsmouth, England, and educated at the universities of Cambridge (BA and MA in English literature) and Manchester (PhD in medieval Persian literature). He is the author, translator, or editor of over 20 books, including Seeing the World, which received the Heinemann Award of the Royal Society of Literature; Devices and Desires: New and Selected Poems, which received the Ingram Merrill Award; At Home and Far from Home: Poems on Iran and Persian Culture; A Trick of Sunlight; and various translations from the Persian, including Vis and Ramin and Faces of Love: Hafez and the Poets of Shiraz. A Fellow of England’s Royal Society of Literature, Davis was professor of Persian and chair of the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures at Ohio State University from 2002 until 2012.

* Constitution Day Lecture to Explore Marriage Equality and the Constitution

In observance of the federal Constitution Day, the University of Evansville’s Department of Law, Politics, and Society will host a lecture by a nationally recognized expert on same-sex marriage and the Constitution.

Steve Sanders, associate professor of law at Indiana University Bloomington’s Maurer School of Law, will present “How Marriage Equality is Changing the Constitution” at 7 p.m. Thursday, September 19 in Smythe Lecture Hall (Room 170), Schroeder School of Business Building. His lecture is free and open to the public.

Sanders teaches constitutional law and constitutional litigation at the Maurer School of Law at Indiana University Bloomington. His research focuses on same-sex marriage, federalism, constitutional liberty and equality issues, and regulation of the family. Before coming to Indiana, he taught at the University of Chicago and University of Michigan law schools.

Sanders formerly practiced law as a member of the Supreme Court and appellate litigation group of Mayer Brown LLP in Chicago, and he continues to litigate appellate cases related to marriage, family, and same-sex relationships.

In addition to his scholarly publications, Sanders has written for The Huffington Post, SCOTUSBlog, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and other print and online media.

* Spanish Club First Meeting on Monday, September 16

Spanish Club will be having their first meeting Monday, Sept. 16 at 6:00 pm in Room 271, Schroeder Family School of Business Building. Officers will be elected, and the first few Spanish Club events will be selected. Activities are only limited by students' ideas, so come share your enthusiasm for Spanish!

* Lunch and Learn: Habitat 101

Learn about the History of Habitat for Humanity, how they work today and the needs for the future to help end homelessness and poverty at Lunch and Learn: Habitat 101. This session will be presented by Jo Beth Bootz of Habitat for Humanity of Evansville, on Monday, September16 from noon to 1 pm in Eykamp 253, Ridgway University Center. Attendees are encouraged to bring a lunch.


Info You Should Know

* Join OSA Today!

It is not too late to join the Office Staff Association! OSA has been enriching lives through service, leadership,personal development, spirit of community and scholarship. Dues are only $8.00! Please consider joining if you have't done so. Send your dues to Gloria Spencer (HR) and join in the fun.

* Used Books & Donation Boxes

The 4th annual United Way Used Book Sale will be October 16-17. Donation boxes for books are in the following locations:

President's Office (Olmsted Hall)
Human Resources (Olmsted Hall)
Dean of A&S's Office (Hyde Hall)
Theatre Department Office (Hyde Hall)
Music Department Office (Krannart Fine Arts Building)
Publications (Sampson Hall)
Schroeder Family School of Business Area Offices
Igleheart Building
Biology Department Office (Koch Center)
Career Services (Ridgway University Center)
Multimedia Center (Graves Hall)
Athletics Office (Carson Center)

All genres are welcome except textbooks! If you have a large number of books to donate, please contact Meg Atwater-Singer at ma35/x2487.

* Student Development Fund Chair Needed

The Student Development Fund Committee is a student committee responsible for distributing funds from the Student Development Fund to registered student organizations. The chair of the Student Development Fund Committee shall have the duty of upholding the SGA Financial Bylaws and working closely with the University of Evansville Office of Accounting and Audit. The position includes a small salary. Contact Patrick Hayden at if you are interested.

* Employee of the Month Nominations

The University of Evansville, in pursuit of excellence in service, wishes to recognize a non-faculty employee displaying records of achievement as a leader. Leadership may be demonstrated in any of the following categories:
Service to the University community
Service to students
Job performance and attitude towards fellow employees

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

Nominations for the October 2013 Employee Excellence Award are due no later than Wednesday, September 18.

To nominate someone, please go to

* Need Soccer Officials!

The Intramural department is in need of more experienced soccer officials. Please contact Seth Woodason ( if you are interested.

* Office Staff Association Membership Drive

Now is the time to join 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. Come join in the fun with your colleagues! The first meeting is set for Thursday, September 19

* Fall Locker Fees Due

The Fall 2013 Fitness Center locker rental fees are due now. Locker fees may be paid at the Fitness Center office or front desk.

* 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.



* Schroeder Students meet Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann

Eighty-five students attended the Tri State Manufacturing Alliance 3Q event this past week sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana. The event headlined Karen Kurek, Partner and Managing Director at McGladery and Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann. Discussions were focused on the latest state and national trends in manufacturing. Over 200 Tristate executives and business leaders attended the event. The students are enrolled in Dr. Greg Rawski’s Operations Management and Quantitative Methods courses.

* Bill Hemminger's Book African Son Named Peace Corps Writers' 2013 Best Travel Book

African Son, a book by English Department chair William J. Hemminger, has been named as Peace Corps Writers’ 2013 Best Travel Book. After graduating from Columbia University, he served in Senegal as a Peace Corps volunteer. Since earning his PhD in 1988, Hemminger has worked in Madagascar and Cameroon under the auspices of the Fulbright Program.

The reviews for his book include this excerpt from Christine Djockoua Manyaka Toko, professor of American literature, University of Yaoundé: “African Son is one of the best travelogues written about African. Its fifteen insightful, well-written, and well-organized essays tackle important social, cultural, and philosophical issues such as social inequities, cultural differences, man and nature, death, and spirituality.”

In addition to his roles as a professor and author, Hemminger is also a poet, translator, musician, composer, and gardener.

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* Mark Cirino Contributes Chapter to Hemingway Book

Mark Cirino, associate professor of English, has contributed a chapter in a newly published book, War + Ink: New Perspectives on Ernest Hemingway’s Early Life and Writings (Kent State University Press 2013). War + Ink is edited by Steven Paul, Gail Sinclair, and Steven Trout. Dr. Cirino’s essay, “That Supreme Moment of Complete Knowledge: Hemingway’s Theory of the Vision of the Dying,” discusses Hemingway’s engagement with the phenomenon of the “life review,” in which those experiencing near-death experiences can feel like their life is flashing before their eyes.

* Frances Enzler to Speak at Local Church

Frances Enzler, Academic Advising assistant and iDepartment of Exercise and Sport Science instructor, will speak at Old North United Methodist Church on Tuesday, September 17, at 7:00 p.m. in the church Fellowship Hall at 4201 Stringtown Road in Evansville. Frances will be talking about and showing slides from her remarkable recent trip to Europe where she found the birth parents she had never met. This wonderful and inspiring story was featured in the June 2013 issue of Evansville Living magazine. Plan now to attend that evening to hear Frances’ heartwarming story and the events that led up to a “fairy tale” reunion.



* Women's Tennis Set To Open Up Fall Slate

On Friday, the University of Evansville women’s tennis team will open up its fall slate at the SIU Edwardsville Fall Invitational, which will take place from Friday through Sunday.

It will mark the first of three tournaments the team will play in the fall. From Oct 4-6, the Aces will play in the MVC Individual Championships before traveling to the Eastern Kentucky Invitational a week later.

The Aces return their nucleus from last spring that includes a pair of All-Conference performers in Natasha James and Marketa Trousilova. In her first semester at UE, Trousilova posted a 15-3 singles record while joining James to go 16-3 in doubles play. A 3-time MVC Women’s Tennis Athlete of the Week in the spring, Trousilova was also named to the MVC All-Select Team following the conference tournament.

James begins her third season with UE and has been just as impressive in her first two years of action. Along with Trousilova, the duo was named All-Conference at No. 1 doubles as they rolled through MVC play with a 6-1 mark.

Play gets underway at 9 a.m. each day and results will be posted as soon as they become available.

* Women's Soccer Set to Host Belmont and Valparaiso

The University of Evansville women’s soccer team will return to Arad McCutchan Stadium this weekend for a pair of matches against Belmont and in-state rival Valparaiso. The Purple Aces will welcome the Bruins to Evansville Friday at 6 p.m., before hosting the Crusaders for a matinee Sunday at 1 p.m.

Evansville (3-2-1) played Saint Louis to a 1-1 draw in its last outing, a match that marked the third in five days for the Aces. Senior Stephanie Thompson scored her third goal of the year in the tie and sophomore goalkeeper Simone Busby collected six saves.

Busby and junior defender Taylor Brand both collected Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Week honors for their efforts in UE’s three-match stretch, as Busby was named the MVC Goalkeeper of the Week and Brand was tabbed the MVC Defender of the Week for the third-consecutive week. Busby allowed just two goals and made 16 saves on the week, while Brand led a defensive unit that allowed just two goals in over 295 and made a potential goal-saving tackle inside the box to break up a breakaway opportunity for IUPUI in Friday night’s match.

Thompson leads the Aces this season with six points on three goals, freshman Emily Griebel ranks second on the squad with four points on a pair of goals and sophomore Kayla Smith has bolstered UE’s offense with three points on a goal and one assist. In goal, Busby has posted a 0.64 goals against average, .846 save percentage, 22 saves and a pair of shutouts.

As a team, Evansville has outshot its opponents, 105-74, and has limited opposing teams to just 26 shots on goal. The Aces have yet to allow a goal in the second half or beyond, while netting four goals past the halftime whistle so far this season.

Belmont (2-2-0) is coming off a 3-0 victory over Alabama State Sunday in Nashville, Tenn., a match in which the Bruins got three goals from three different players and outshot the Hornets, 35-3. Sydney Omweg scored the first goal for BU in the 31st minute, while Emily Epley and Emily Jones each added insurance goals in 54th and 69th minutes, respectively.

Individually, six different players have scored for Belmont and all six are tied for the team lead with two points. Kim Elmore and Elise DeTrude have each been credited with an assist to round out the scoring for the Bruins. Cassie Blasé has attempted a team-high 11 shots, putting seven on goal, while three other BU players have each fired seven shots. Nicole Berner has been the primary goalkeeper for Belmont and enters Friday’s match with a 2.34 goals against average, .654 save percentage and 17 saves.

The Bruins have been outscored, 9-6, this season, but have outshot opposing teams, 67-35. In addition, BU has earned 18 corner kicks, while conceding 17 and has put 34 of its 67 shot attempts on goal.

Valparaiso (4-2-0) will take a two-match winning streak to IUPUI Friday night, before making the trip to McCutchan Stadium Sunday afternoon. The Crusaders have had each of their six matches decided by a 1-0 final this season, after defeating Northwestern and IPFW by 1-0 margins last week on their home field. Katriona Anesini found the back of the net in the 33rd minute for the game-winner against the Wildcats and Hailey Chmela scored the lone goal of the match in the 20th minute in Valpo’s win over the Mastodons.

Chmela and Jordyn Ryfiak have each scored a goal and been credited with an assist for a team-high three points. Anesini and Rita Craven have combined for Valparaiso’s other two goals and are tied for third on the squad with two points apiece. Goalkeeper Kristen Manski has allowed just two goals in 562:49 for a 0.32 goals against average and a .929 save percentage to go with her 26 saves and four shutouts.

As a team, the Crusaders have been outshot by a wide 75-49 margin, but have held their opponents to just two goals on the year. In addition, Valpo has limited opponents to a .387 shot on goal percentage.

Friday will mark the seventh meeting between Evansville and Belmont, with the Aces holding a 4-2 advantage in the all-time series. The Bruins posted a 1-0 over UE last season in Nashville, Tenn., marking the first meeting between the two sides since 2008, when Evansville downed Belmont, 1-0, at McCutchan Stadium.

The Aces lead the all-time series with Valparaiso, 7-2-1, and defeated the Crusaders, 1-0, in the last meeting in 2011. Valpo’s last win over UE came in 2006, when it blanked Evansville, 3-0, in Valparaiso.

* Aces Volleyball To Host Weekend Tournament

After a seven-match road trip to begin the season, the University of Evansville volleyball team will be home on Friday and Saturday, hosting a weekend tournament with six matches to be played over the span of two days.

Aside from Evansville, Memphis, SIU Edwardsville and Valparaiso will take part. This will be the first time that Aces fans can get a look at the 2013 squad and head coach Manolo Concepcion is excited about that opportunity for his players and the fans.

"It will be nice to be home and be in front of our fans and be able to sleep in our own beds," he said. "We are excited to show everyone what we have been working on and how we are capable of playing."

Last time out, the Aces picked up a hard-fought 3-0 win at Murray State. It marked the third time in a row that UE has swept MSU, but this one did not come as easy with two out of the three sets going to extra points.

Ashley Ring had one of the top outings of her career in the victory, getting the job done on both the offensive and defensive sides of the floor. The junior finished with 16 kills and a career-high 24 digs to lead the way for UE.

Rachel TenHoor and Meaghan Holmes also made their presence known, playing extremely efficient offense. TenHoor posted 12 kills while hitting .385 and Holmes was just a solid, hitting .391 to go along with her 10 kills.

The first opponent of the weekend for UE will be SIU Edwardsville. The Cougars are 2-4 this season, but have won two out of the last three times out. In last week's Omaha Classic, SIUE got past Southern Utah by a 3-1 final before sweeping Omaha. Their last contest of the event saw them drop a 3-2 decision against Bradley.

Saturday's first match for the Aces see them square off against Memphis. Standing at 4-2, the Tigers have been strong all season long. In the season-opening Belmont Tournament, they grabbed wins over the Bruins and Gardner-Webb. In their home tournament last weekend, they grabbed victories over Alabama A&M and Southeastern Louisiana while falling to Western Carolina in five set.

Weekend action wraps up at 6 p.m. Saturday evening versus in-state rival Valparaiso. The Crusaders enter the weekend with a perfect 8-0 mark. In their opening trip to the UCF Invitational, they swept past three opponents while taking a 5-set win over the host Knights in their first match of the season.

Last weekend, Valpo hosted the Popcorn Classic and posted another 4-0 mark with wins over Army, Eastern Michigan, Rhode Island and Iowa.

Following action this weekend, Evansville will be back on the road for three matches, heading to Belmont on Tuesday before beginning Missouri Valley Conference play next weekend at Illinois State and Indiana State.

Friday, Sept. 13
5 p.m. – Memphis vs. Valparaiso
7:30 p.m. – SIU Edwardsville at Evansville

Saturday, Sept. 14
10 a.m. – SIU Edwardsville vs. Valparaiso
12:30 p.m. – Memphis at Evansville
3:30 p.m. – SIU Edwardsville vs. Memphis
6 p.m. – Valparaiso at Evansville

* Friday the 13th

Aces fans, on Friday, September 13, women’s soccer and volleyball play host on Friday the 13th. Dress up as your favorite horror movie/show/book character for an opportunity to win prizes, including a $25 Visa Gift Card. Women’s soccer kicks off at 6:00 pm at McCutchan Stadium and the volleyball team is in action at 7:30 pm at Meeks Gym. We look forward to seeing you out there in your best costumes to support the Aces!
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* Upcoming Home UE Athletics Events

Aces fans, we’ve got a busy weekend of home athletic events scheduled. On Friday, the volleyball team plays host to the UE Invitational, as the Aces are in action against SIU Edwardsville at 7:30 pm in Meeks Gym. The women’s soccer team is also in action Friday, as the Aces take on the Belmont Bruins at 6:00 pm at McCutchan Stadium.

Then on Saturday, the volleyball team is back in action in the UE Invitational as the Aces take on the Memphis Tigers at 12:30 pm and the Valparaiso Crusaders at 6:00 pm. The men’s soccer team looks to build off the momentum of toppling the #6 Saint Louis Billikens Wednesday night as they face the Georgia State Panthers at 7:00 pm at McCutchan Stadium.

To cap off the weekend, women’s soccer is back in action on Sunday at 1:00 pm as they host the Valparaiso Crusaders at McCutchan Stadium.

Faculty and staff get free admission with their ID. Students also get free admission and can also earn student rewards points for great prizes just for attending Aces home events. Come out and support your Aces this weekend at all of our home events!!


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