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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

* IU Trustees to announce site for multi-institutional Evansville campus

This Friday, April 11, an announcement will be made concerning the new site for the multi-institutional academic health science education campus in the Evansville area. The Trustees of Indiana University will meet on the IU campus in Bloomington Friday morning, at 7:00 a.m. CT, to discuss four proposed locations. Their recommended location will be presented for a vote at approximately 12:30 p.m. CT. A community event is planned for 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. CT, at the Old National Bank Atrium, One Main Street, where the general public may view the announcement via live-stream broadcast. The live-stream can also be viewed throughout the day at  Find more information about the new campus and the partnership between Indiana University School of Medicine Evansville, UE, other area educational institutions, and local hospitals at Any media inquiries should be directed to University Relations at 812-598-8940

* Removal of Vehicles for Bike Race

All vehicles must be removed from Lot H by  5 p.m, Wednesday, April 9. Vehicles remaining in the lot after this time may be towed. The removal of vehicles is necessary so that the lot can be prepared for the bike race which will be on Saturday, April 12. Vehicles must be moved by Wednesday evening so the lot can be restriped and time trials can be held on Thursday, April 10. The lot will be reopened for parking by Sunday morning at the latest. Vehicles must be moved to “legal” parking places for the permit category held by the driver. The use of Lot O by the Armory, and Lot Q by the General Services Building is recommended.


What's Happening Today

* Jones to give Crick Lecture Wednesday

Assistant Professor of Philosophy Derek Jones will give the year's second Crick Lecture this Wednesday, April 9, at 4:00 pm in Koch Center 100. The title of the lecture is:"Acting Without Intending: An Analysis of "Flow" in Skilled Movement." Crick Lectures are open to the public.

* Honors Program Project Presentations Today - Wednesday, April 9

Presentations will be in Vectren Lecture Hall, Koch Center, Room 100. Campus community and friends welcome.

6:00 P.M. – 7:15 P.M.

• Jacqueline Carlson, Art Therapy
“Artistic Healing: Utilization of Art in Medical Settings to Benefit Patient Experience”

• Morgan Pruitt, Biology (Pre-PT)
“Systematic Review of Factors Predicting Ankle Sprain”

• Kaitlin Emmert, Music Therapy
“The Effect of Music Therapy on Sleep Quality, Pain, Emotional State, and Quality of Life in Adults Residing in a Sub-acute Rehabilitation Setting”

• Cassandra Gutman, Visual Communication Design / Literature
“Windows in the City”

7:30 P.M. – 8:30 P.M.

• Melissa Ball, Athletic Training
“The Effectiveness of Prophylactic Ankle Taping in College Soccer Player and the Cost of Ankle Taping vs. Bracing”

• Sophia Pollalis, Athletic Training (DPT)
“Coaches and Parents who Receive Concussion Education Better Recognize the Signs and Symptoms of Concussion”

• Kelsi Schluter, Exercise Science (DPT)
“Focus Study on Families with Children with Developmental Disabilities”

• Jessica Haswell, Theatre
“Costumes to Scale”

The University of Evansville Honors Program offers highly motivated and talented students the opportunity to participate in unique and stimulating academic experiences alongside peers and faculty who share the love of learning and desire to excel.

Through Honors classes and activities, Honors students are challenged to maximize their potential in all areas of study. The Honors experience culminates in the Honors project, an opportunity for students to explore an area about which they are passionate. The Honors project may consist of a research project, thesis, or creative work. Students may use the Honors project to launch areas of interest for graduate study or to expand résumés for employment.

This week’s presentations showcase the project work of the 2014 Honors graduating class. Special thanks are extended to all faculty, advisors, and others who have supported the Honors students in their educational achievements. Please join us as we celebrate their accomplishments.

* RSA Elections – Your Voice Matters

Resident Students Association (RSA) elections take place Tuesday, April 8 at 8 a.m. through Thursday, April 10 at 5 p.m.

All full-time residential students can vote on AceLink, just go to

The positions being voted on will be the RSA President, Vice President for Area Council Relations, Vice President for Special Events, Secretary, and Treasurer.

These positions are responsible for upholding RSA initiatives which include enhancing the quality of the residential experience for the students; providing quality diversity, educational, life skills, social, and volunteer programming on campus; and developing students into well-rounded and confident leaders.

Below are the candidates, listed in alphabetical order by last name for each position:

RSA President

Anjelica Allen – current Powell Hall Council President
Belen Robles – current RSA Vice President of Area Council Relations

Vice-President of Area Council Relations

Anjelica Allen – current Powell Hall Council President
Sally Lauinger – current RSA Fundraising Liaison

Vice-President of Special Events

Gilang Chiara – current RSA Publicity Liaison
Brittany Soderberg – Fall 2013 Hughes Hall Council Secretary


Mattie Spain – current Hughes Hall Council Secretary
Dane Turner – current Village Neighborhood Association Representative


Gilang Chiara – current RSA Publicity Liaison
Sally Lauinger – current RSA Fundraising Liaison
Sabrina Lux – current Moore Hall Council Representative

We hope you take the opportunity to place your vote for these important positions. Go to AceLink and vote now through Thursday, April 10 at 5 p.m.

* I-House: Saudi Arabia

All members of the campus and local community are encouraged to attend I-House: Saudi Arabia. I-House features a different international student each week sharing their story of life in their country. Attendees will learn about culture, lifestyle, food, and so much more. Bring your friends to enjoy the presentation this Wednesday at 7 pm on the second floor of Ridgway University Center in the Class of 1959 Gallery.

* Senior Thank You Videos on Tuesday and Wednesday

Seniors who are interested in filming Senior Thank You Videos can find cameras on campus. On Tuesday, they will be in the Schroeder Family School of Business Building from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and Ridgway University Center from 12 to 2 p.m. On Wednesday, they will be in Koch Center from 10 a.m.  to 12 p.m. and Ridgway University Center from 12 to 2 p.m.

* Teaching and Learning for Social Justice Discussion, Wednesday, 4/9 @ noon.

The Eykamp Center for Teaching Excellence is pleased to sponsor a discussion of "Teaching and Learning for Social Justice,” by Dr. Frederick Glennon of Le Moyne College on Wednesday, April 9, at noon in the ECTE room (Graves 223) Dr. Glennon has published widely in the scholarship of teaching and religious ethics, and will also give the 5th Annual Ethics Lecture on Wednesday evening. At this ECTE event he will discuss his work on experiential education and the formation of students for social justice, and provide opportunity for those gathered to have “good conversation about good teaching” around these issues. Feel free to bring your lunch!

* Fifth Annual Ethics Lecture, Wednesday, April 9

The Ethics Program in the Department of Philosophy and Religion is pleased to present its 5th Annual Ethics Lecture: Let Them Die?: Restoring the Social in Responsibility. The lecturer will be Dr. Frederick Glennon, Chair of the Department of Religious Studies at Le Moyne College in Syracuse, New York. He will speak on Wednesday, April 9th, at 7:00 pm in SB 170.

In his 1964 state of the Union address, President Lyndon Johnson launched an “unconditional war on poverty,” which signified a renewed commitment to our collective social responsibility for one another, especially the poor and working class. In 2012, Tea Party advocates yelled out “let him die” in response to a question posed to Ron Paul about what to do with an injured person who chooses not to buy health insurance. Why this ethical shift? This lecture will identify some answers to this question and will explore the moral frameworks any return to a more expansive understanding of our communal obligations to one another would entail in the current social and political climate.

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Dianne Oliver, Director of the Ethics program, at More information about the Ethics program can be found at


Upcoming Events

* English Chutney Student Literary Conference - Saturday, April 12th

Please join us on Saturday, April 12 for Chutney, the annual student literary conference sponsored by the Department of English. Student panels are planned for 8:30 and 9:45 a.m. in Rooms 271 and 272 in Schroeder Family School of Business Building. The keynote address will be given by former UE Professor of English Arthur Brown at 11 a.m. in Room 272; Dr. Brown’s topic is “The Primordial Affirmations of Literature in Stephen Crane’s ‘The Open Boat.’” Winners of the Grabill and Klinger writing award competitions will be announced immediately following Dr. Brown’s address.

* Bike Race 2014

Bike Race 2014 is set for Saturday, April 12. (Rain Date - Sunday April 13). The Women's Race begins at 9:30 a.m. and the Men's Race begins at 12:30 p.m. The Fitness Center will be closed.

* Cisco Systems, Crowe Horwath, & Empower Media Marketing

Join us for power packed presentations featuring three alumni who have climbed their way to success, while working for industry leaders. The presentations will be held on Tuesday, April 15, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., in the Schroeder Family School of Business Building in Room 273.

Please direct questions or concerns to Sethlyn Morgan at or 488-1148.

* Open Bidding Event

Are you an unaffiliated lady who would enjoy an evening of Sisterhood, Service and a home cooked meal? The Ladies of DOZ would like to invite you to come eat good food, hang out and get to know more about DOZ. We also will be making pillow cases for local hospitalized children.

When: Sunday, April 13 at 5 pm
Where: DOZ House, 532 S Weinbach Ave
Who: Unaffiliated ladies
What do I bring? Yourself
Contact person: Melissa McCormack, or Bridget Soucy

* MLA Writing Bootcamp!

Do you have an MLA research paper due? Please join us this Thursday, April 10, at 5 p.m. in the Writing Center for a review of MLA style. This workshop will cover how to format and cite papers according to the MLA style manual, including internal citations and the works cited page. We hope to see you there!

* Acettes Dance Team Tryouts

Auditions for the 2014-2015 Acettes Dance Team season will be held on Saturday, April 26 from 12-6 p.m. in the Carson Center Small Gym. Please visit or contact Coach Brooks via email at or by phone at (310) 872-0630 for additional information.

* Free Tango Dance Lessons on campus

Free tango lessons led by Sol Velásquez - an event sponsored by the Spanish Club - are planned for Friday, April 11 & Friday, April 25. The lessons will be from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. in the Aerobics Room in the Fitness Center. Everyone in the UE community is welcome to participate. Capacity: 20 participants each date - so register early!! To register please email Dr. Rodríguez Quevedo: dr130@evansville

Sol Velásquez was born in Cervantes, a small city in Patagonia, Argentina. She studied Teaching English at the Universidad del Comahue and completed two years of Fine Arts studies at IUPA. She was a teacher at the elementary and secondary levels in Argentina without ever setting aside her passion, tango, a dance she has been practicing since 2007. She is currently an FLTA at the University of Evansville, where she teaches Spanish.

* Physical Therapy Club Meeting on April 11th

The Physical Therapy Club will be holding its final meeting of the spring semester on Friday, April 11 at 12 pm. The meeting will take place in Graves Hall, room 104.

* Music Department celebrates 80th birthday at UE Music Alumni Reunion Day, April 12

Be Proud and PurpleThe music department will be celebrating its 80th birthday with an all day party! Music alumni and former faculty will be returning to campus for fun, fraternity and music making on Saturday, April 12.

The day's schedule includes meet and greet social time followed by rehearsals of an Alumni Choir and Alumni Jazz Ensemble. Dr. Johnny Poon, Director of Choral Activities at UE from 1994 - 2005, will journey to Evansville from Hong Kong to lead the choir. The Alumni Jazz Ensemble will be led by Professor Emeritus Dr. Edwin Lacy.

Also returning for the party are Elizabeth Dodd, voice faculty 1996 - 2005, Dr. Don Colton, former chair and professor of music history, and Dr. Eulalie Wilson, Director of Preparatory School of Music and Piano Professor, 1966-76, Acting Chair of the Music Department 1970 and Director of Special Programs, Center for Adult Education, 1976-1995.

Participants will have lunch with President and Mrs. Kazee and then enjoy a Showcase Recital by alumni, former faculty and current students. The day will conclude with the performance of the Barber of Seville by UE Opera and a wine and cheese reception at the Peterson Gallery.

We will "Be Proud and Singing/Playing Purple" all day!

For further information contact Carol Dallinger at 2229.

* Creative Writing's Senior Reading - April 10 in Peterson Gallery

Creative Writing's Senior Reading is set for Thursday, April 10 at 4:00 p.m. in the Melvin Peterson Gallery. Each spring the graduating creative writing majors read from their poetry and prose, and the Department of Creative Writing announces the winners of the Virginia Grabill Writing Awards. Please join us for a delightful and moving send-off to our graduating seniors.

* Summer and Part-Time Job Fair

Need a part-time job for the summer or beyond? Drop by and meet with area employers at the Summer and Part-Time Job Fair!

Wednesday, April 16
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
East Terrace (outside Ridgway University Center)

- Professional attire is not required (just stop by)
- Bring many copies of your resume

Schedule an appointment with Center for Career Development to prepare for the fair and perfect your resume! Call (488-1083) or email (

* Social Enterprise Week - Changemaker Challenge

Join us for the Changemaker Challenge on Friday, April 11 to hear actionable, world changing ideas!  This competition is scheduled to take place in Room 251, Eykamp Hall, Ridgway University Center from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m.    Students (individuals or teams) will complete for a cash prize by giving a 5-minute conceptual pitch on the social enterprise startup of their design. The winning pitch will best communicate a social or environmental change that exists due to our global interconnectedness, best present a sustainable, scalable, market-based solution, and best imagine the potential impact on our world, on the participants, and on UE.  Following the competition, be sure to stay for the reception and announcement of the winner!

Judges will include:  Mayor Lloyd Winnecke, UE President Tom Kazee, Old National Bank executive Jim Ryan, and social entrepreneurs from Road Trip Nation and Sustainable Solutions.

This event is Passport approved, free and open to the public.  Please RSVP at  Contact ck116 for more information.                             

The Institute for Global Enterprise is funded by a grant from Lilly Endowment Inc.

* Social Enterprise Week - Define Your own Road in Life

The campus community is encouraged to join us on Thursday, April 10 in Room 252, Eykamp Hall, Ridgway University Center from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. to hear the inspiring story behind the social enterprise Roadtrip Nation. Southern California based Roadtrip Nation co-founder Brian McAllister and team member Jason Manion will be on campus to discuss their story as social innovators who are following their passion to empower hundreds of thousands of students to define their own roads in life and how YOU COULD BE NEXT! 

RTN empowers students to "define your own road in life" through education. Their curriculum provides students with the tools needed to "get out into their communities and around the globe and connect what they learn to the real world." This event is Passport approved, free and open to the public.  Please RSVP at Contact ck116 for more information.

The Institute for Global Enterprise is funded by a grant from Lilly Endowment Inc.


* Renowned World Bank Economist to Speak to UE Students

Dr. Farrukh Iqbal will be speaking to UE students via video conferencing (from his office in Washington DC) at 4.00 p.m. in Room 170 (Smythe Lecture Hall), Schroeder Family School of Business Building, on April 15. The title of his presentation is “Global Economic and Financial Prospects: Have We Turned the Corner Yet?”

Since obtaining a PhD in Economics from Yale University in 1981, Dr. Iqbal has been affiliated with the World Bank in Washington DC, most recently as Country Director in the Middle East Region. He has graciously accepted an invitation to speak to UE students from Walayet A. Khan, Research Director, Institute of Global Enterprise in Indiana and Professor of Finance. The event is open to public.

The Institute for Global Enterprise is funded by a grant from the Lilly Endowment.


Info You Should Know

* Photographer on Campus

The Office of Admission will have a photographer on campus for a photo shoot Wednesday, April 9, through Friday, April 11. UE students and faculty have always been very cooperative and accommodating during previous shoots. As a result, many great photos have been taken for UE publications. Kim McDonald will try to notify faculty in advance if photos will be taken in a particular class; however, weather often can force the shoot inside, and it is possible that last minute requests will be made. If faculty members know that they will be giving a test or do not wish to be bothered any of these days, please inform Kim McDonald at ext. 2683 and the classroom will be avoided.

* What UEL Can Do 4U: Access Engineering Trial

Do you need information on the stresses in curved beams? Or a diagram of a disk brake or a push-pull amplifier? Or a video on total energy transferred to a circuit element?

Access Engineering provides engineering handbooks, interactive graphs and tables, videos and study guides. Subject areas include biomedical, chemical, civil, electrical, energy/petroleum, industrial, mechanical, and operations management engineering.

The trial for Access Engineering is available until April 30.

Please direct comments or questions to Kathy Bartelt, Collection Development Librarian,

* Bike Race Information

Important times to remember for the Bike Race on Saturday, April 12:

Track opens for women........................................8:00 a.m.
Bikes issued for women.......................................8:30 a.m.
Track cleared................................................9:15 a.m.
Race begins..................................................9:30 a.m.

Track opens for men.........................................11:15 a.m.
Bikes issued for men........................................11:30 a.m.
Track cleared...............................................12:15 p.m.
Race begins.................................................12:30 p.m.

Time Trials will be held on Friday, April 11. Teams will sign up for their time during one of the following meetings:
Tuesday at 5 pm
Wednesday at 5 pm
Thursday at 5 pm

All meetings will be held in Carson Center in Room 113. All riders and pit crew members must attend ONE captains meeting. Failure to do so will result in the participant being ineligible.

Any questions can be emailed to Seth Woodason (sw227).

* What UEL Can Do 4U: Drama Online Trial

Do you need an introduction to restoration comedy? Or plays in that genre? Or do you need a play with 3 male actors and 2 female actors?

Drama Online can provide all this information and it’s available at UE Libraries on a trial basis until June 3, 2014.

Drama Online includes over 1,000 full text plays and 100+ related reference works. Author coverage ranges from Aeschylus to contemporary playwrights and contains student editions, major foreign works in translation, and modern classics. In addition to full text works, Drama Online includes scholarly notes, annotated texts, critical analysis and background information helpful to the instruction, research, and performance of dramatic works.

Key features include full text searching, refinement using filters such as cast size and roles, and browsing by playwright, genre and period.

Please direct comments or questions regarding Drama Online to Kathy Bartelt, Collection Development Librarian, at

* What UEL Can Do 4U: Trials of Theatre Resources

Interested in viewing the production of Macbeth starring David Morrissey or do you need to see Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey into Night? You can do both with Digital Theatre Plus.

Digital Theatre Plus offers online access to selected British theatre productions. The goal of the producers of DTP is to provide insight into the play making process. The site includes theatre productions, interviews, documentaries, and written learning resources.

Other Theatre resources UEL is currently trialing include:

International Bibliography of Theatre and Dance with Full Text provides journal and book resources for the study of theatre and the performing arts. Content includes more than 170 full text journals and over 360 full text books and monographs.

Routledge Performance Archive is a developing resource that provides audio-visual materials to past and current performers. It consists of a regularly updated collection of streamed video material that spans more than fifty years of documented work from practitioners and specialists and ranges across a spectrum of theatre topics.

Please review and direct any comments or questions to Kathy Bartelt, Collection Development Librarian, at

* Quiet Study @ UE Libraries

Looking for a quiet campus location to complete course assignments and to prepare for exams? UE Libraries is the ideal location for concentrated study as Spring Semester winds to a close. Indeed, Libraries has designated Level 3 as a quiet study zone. Take full advantage of the many study and research services UE Libraries offers you.

* 2014-2015 Andiron Lecture Series Call for Papers

You are invited to submit an abstract for papers on any aspect of your research or expertise for the 2014-2015 Andiron Lectures in the Liberal Arts and Sciences. Faculty and administrators from across the University campus as well as members of the Evansville community are invited to submit proposals. All disciplines and fields of study are welcome. Reading time for papers is approximately 40 minutes. Deadline for abstract submission is April 15, 2014.

Please provide the following by email:

A 50-word abstract
Name, Academic Affiliation/ Occupation,
Paper title, Contact Information

Please send submissions to:

Chris Mohn

Nominations for off-campus speakers can be sent by email to Andiron Lecture committee members Mohammad Azarian, Wes Milner, Annette Parks, John Stamm, Bill Hemminger and Chris Mohn (chair).



* New Members of PSI

The Epsilon Beta chapter of Phi Sigma Iota, the international foreign language honor society, held its annual initiation ceremony on Sunday afternoon, April 6, in the Ridgway University Center. Eight students representing five languages were inducted into membership.  New members include Jacquelyn Ballard, Jill Janss, Lauren Littlepage, Amy Rabenberg, Amy Reinhart, Holly Sanders, Alex Schmitt and Jamelyn Wheeler. Faculty advisor Ann Baker gave the opening remarks and welcomed the new members. The officers, President Jessica Foster, Vice President Nathan Stamps, Secretary Sara Buente, Treasurer Gretchen Kohl, along with PSI members Bianca Edelhoff, Nicole Kreuzman, and Abigail Elf, conducted the ceremony.  Dr. Wesley Milner, Executive Director of International Programs, delivered the keynote speech for the event. A dessert reception for members, initiates, faculty and friends followed the ceremony. Phi Sigma Iota members are elected from among outstanding advanced undergraduate students and faculty in foreign languages. The Epsilon Beta chapter has initiated 162 members since it was installed here in April 2000. 

* R. Scott Lank Has Article Published in National Publication for Actors and Acting Teachers

R. Scott Lank, professor of theatre, recently had an article published in the Actors Center Journal, a national publication for actors and acting teachers. The article focused on the importance of the liberal arts in the undergraduate education of actors.

* UE Physics Majors Receive Awards at MESCON

Physics majors Jae Choi, Darwin Cordovilla, Alex DiBenedetto, Ben Fritch, Tyler Lytle, Paige Shevlin, and Shaun Steele presented their research findings at the 10th Annual Math Engineering and Science Conference (MESCON) held at the University of Evansville on March 29. The physics majors won both of the “non-biology” poster awards available at the conference. Choi and Cordovilla received first place for their poster entitled “Production and Measurement of Four Degree of Freedom Photonic States with Single-Photon Entanglement.” DiBenedetto received second place for his poster entitled, “Estimating Systematic Uncertainties in the Cosmogenic Background for Next-generation SuperCDMS.” Drs. Jeffrey Braun, Angela Reisetter, and Gifford Brown served as mentors for research projects presented at the conference.

* Mohammad K. Azarian Speaks at Saint Louis University

Mohammad K. Azarian, professor of mathematics, presented a paper entitled, "The Second Ptolemy: Persia's Fifteenth Century Mathematical Genius Jamshid Kishani" at the Mathematical Association of America meeting at Saint Louis University. Also, two problems of Professor Azarian will be published in the upcoming issue of The Pentagon. These problems use matrices and determinants to solve two finance problems.



* Aces Take Cardinals to Extra Innings

The University of Evansville Purple Aces softball team traveled to Louisville, Ky. this evening to take on the Cardinals in a mid-week contest and in a game that went extra innings, the Aces fell to Louisville, 4-3.

Junior Megan Gurski started in the circle for the Aces and the transfer from Saskatchewan kept the Cardinals scoreless for the first two innings.

After a scoreless top of the third for UE, Louisville got on the board first with an RBI ground-out by junior Brittany Duncan.

Gurski and Louisville pitcher Rachel Le Coq, would keep both offenses off the board in the fourth and fifth innings and in the top of the sixth, the Cardinals struck again on a two run RBI single by senior Taner Fowler.

After the two run RBI single by the Cardinals, Taylor Perry came into the game for Gurski and the senior kept the home team off the board. Gurski finished the day throwing 5.1 innings, striking out three and allowing three runs.

Heading into the seventh with a 3-0 deficit, the Purple Aces would not back down. With two runners on the bases and two outs on the board, junior Kayla Fortner came to the plate and hit a monster two run RBI double to center field that cut the Cardinals lead down to 3-2. Freshman Susan Norris stepped to the plate for Evansville and the third baseman hit another double to drive in Fortner and tie the game at three apiece.

Perry kept Louisville scoreless in the bottom of the seventh and this mid-week match up would see extra innings. Perry finished her day in the circle, striking out one and allowing no runs and no hits in 1.2 innings.

The Aces threatened to score in the top of the eighth inning, but were unable to drive in a run and this is where the Cardinals took advantage.

Freshman Briana Combs entered the circle for Perry in the eighth and the freshman would give up a crucial single to freshman Tiarra Sanabria that drove in the game winning run in the bottom of the eighth.

Up next for Evansville is a trip to Murray, Ky. on Thursday, April 10 to take on the Murray State Racers in a mid-week doubleheader starting at 3:00 p.m.

* USI up next for Aces Tennis

The Purple Aces women’s tennis squad will be in town one last time on Wednesday as the University of Evansville travels across town to face USI for a 3 p.m. match at the USI Tennis Courts.

On Sunday, the Aces picked up their first Missouri Valley Conference win, an impressive 5-2 triumph over UNI. With the win, the Purple Aces improved to 6-10 on the season and 1-2 in Missouri Valley Conference play. Prior to the match, Kelsey Costales was honored during Senior Day festivities.

Evansville rallied around her, beginning with doubles play. For the seventh time in the last nine matches, UE grabbed the opening point of the match. Natasha James and Costales won their fourth in a row at top doubles. They defeated Jieke Stroobant and Erica Medlin, 8-4.

At No. 2 doubles, Marina Moreno and Marketa Trousilova pushed their season mark to 9-1. They picked up an 8-5 win over Elvira Lopez and Astrid Santos. Third flight doubles saw Krissy Lankelma and Jordyn Kearney defeat Mina Milovic and Andjela Brguljan, 8-5.

Four out of six singles tilts went Evansville's way, leading to the 5-2 final.

The Screaming Eagles enter Wednesday’s tilt with a 6-13 mark and have started GLVC play at 1-3. USI’s top player has been Elizabeth Skinner, who is 10-6 this spring with all of her work coming in the fourth flight.

Skinner, along with Miranda Camp, have been strong at third flight doubles, going 5-3 in their opening eight tries of the calendar year.


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