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Monday, October 6, 2014

* UE's United Way Campaign Has Begun!

Have you turned in your United Way Pledge Form?

View Dr. Kazee’s special United Way podcast here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQIjh-1biZc&list=UU2auBTCzomnkG9gR9Ol62sA

Early Bird deadline: TODAY @ 5:00 p.m.
Regular deadline: October 13 @ 8:00 a.m.

Don’t forget to take a moment today to fill out your United Way pledge form. Turn in your pledge form at any time this week and be eligible to win more prizes - a day off of work (3), men’s and women’s basketball tickets, theatre tickets, gift certificates to UE bookstore and Jazzman’s, and MORE! Please read the information in your packet and if you have any questions, feel free to contact Office of Human Resources at 2943. View Dr. Kazee’s special United Way podcast and also read the following testimonial of how the United Way has impacted the lives of our own faculty, staff, administrators and students. Lastly, Partner Up and give to the United Way campaign!

“The University of Evansville has always promoted that their employees give back to our community of Evansville. We have been blessed with so many wonderful opportunities, and it should also be our mission to help those who have less than we do. I have been involved in much philanthropy since I have been at UE, but the organization that I enjoy the most is the United Way. You are able to actually see where the money goes and the changes in the organizations that they support. The Day of Caring gives you a chance to actively see the physical changes being made right in front of your eyes. It is always helpful to give monetarily, but to get together with other members of our great city to make a change for an organization that really could use a good cleaning, some painting, or just yard work that makes a huge difference, makes you feel wonderful inside.”

Debbie Kassenbrock
Director, Center for Academic Advising

* Date Change for Yearbook Graduate Pictures

Because of the date change to the Snyder Lecture Series, the LinC yearbook has been bumped from its spot in Eykamp Hall 253 in Ridgway University Center for graduate portraits on Tuesday, Oct. 21.

Portraits will now be taken from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 23 in addition to Monday, Oct. 20 and Wednesday, Oct. 22.

Call Student Publications at (812) 488–2846 or visit the office in Ridgway University Center, second floor, behind WUEV, to make your appointment today.

You may also stop at the LinC table in Ridgway University Center lobby from 11 a.m.–1 p.m. Oct. 15–16 to make an appointment.

Graduate and senior portraits are FREE, so why not be a part of the 2015 LinC yearbook! 

* Angie Dawson Named October 2014 Employee of the Month

Angie DawsonAngie Dawson, assistant director of financial aid, has been named the October 2014 IMPACT Employee of the Month.  During the 8 months that Financial Aid was without a director, Angie stepped up to the role of acting director of financial aid to keep the office functioning. While everyone in the Office of Financial Aid took on additional work, Angie took on new responsibilities in addition to acting director such as NCAA compliance. She not only learned and performed the job well, but excelled at it. Angie has a passion for helping students and consistently goes the extra mile to help them.

Congratulations, Angie.  And thank you for your outstanding leadership of the Financial Aid team.
 

What's Happening Today

* Zasadny Sculpture Featured in Krannert Gallery

SculptureThe sculpture of local artist Bob Zasadny is featured in the Krannert Gallery from October 6 through the 24th. The exhibit showcases a wide variety of his work as well as 4 cases dedicated to explaining his creative process. For more information about Bob Zasadny please visit http://bobzabstractsculpture.com/index.html and the Krannert Gallery. Bob welcomes requests to speak to campus groups and classes. 

* The Spanish Film Club Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

The Spanish Film Club has organized a Film Festival to celebrate the Hispanic culture. This will be a unique opportunity to connect us with the reality of different Latin-American countries such as Peru, Mexico and Chile. The movies will be screened at 7 p.m., Thursday in Room 170 in Schroeder School of Business Building.

The event is sponsored by the Office of Diversity Initiatives and the Spanish Club. For more information regarding the tittles or the synopsis of the films, contact Dr. Lorena Andueza (pa55@evansville.edu). 

* Fall Professionalization Talk #2: Literary Publishing

On Monday, October 6 at 4:00 p.m., Dr. Lisa Nikolidakis will give a talk on publishing fiction, poetry, and nonfiction in literary journals in Room 162 in Schroeder School of Business Building.

Topics covered will include how to best prepare your work, identifying where to send it, dealing with rejection, and which resources you can use to manage your submissions. After the 45-minute talk, there will be a Q&A session
 

Upcoming Events

* Booth Leaders Meeting

A meeting is planned for International Bazaar booth leaders on Wednesday, October 8 at 6 p.m. in the Class of '59 Gallery on the second floor of Ridgway University Center. Booth leaders are required to attend this meeting.

* This Week in Music: First Tuesday Concert Series

The Department of Music continues its First Tuesday Concert Series in Wheeler Concert Hall this Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. with a faculty ensemble performance of Sir William Walton’s Façade. Labeled an “Entertainment” by the composer, the work consists of chamber music to accompany the recitation of several poems by Edith Sitwell, a member of the family that supported Walton financially during his earlier years. The Department’s ensemble will consist of Consortium Instructor Cara Dailey on flute and piccolo, Associate Professor and Department Chair Thomas Josenhans on clarinet and bass clarinet, Assistant Professor Shawn Teichmer on alto saxophone, Professor Timothy Zifer on trumpet, Consortium Instructor Ross Erickson on percussion, and Adjunct Instructor Jennifer Wingert on cello. Professor William Bootz will play the role of Reciter, and Assistant Professor and Director of Orchestral Activities Brian St. John will conduct the performance. The concert is free and open to the public. 

* Writing Center Boot Camp: Outlines, Introductions and Conclusions

Learn to incorporate vivid language into your introductions and conclusions, and learn how outlining can help organize your thoughts and make writing your essays easier. Whether you’re writing a research paper or just want to make your writing more compelling in general, it’s all about detail and organization! Join us at the Writing Center on Wednesday, October 8, from 5:00-5:30 p.m. for this useful presentation. 

* Explore Evansville during Fall Break

The International Club has planned activities for this Fall Break. You don't have to attend all of those activities, the prices vary, but YOU DO NEED to sign up for the activity you want to participate in.

Here is the schedule:
Saturday, Oct. 11: Trip to the Fall Festival in Evansville, from 2:00-6:00 pm.
Sunday, Oct. 12: Bonfire (in the evening)
Monday, Tuesday: Trip to New Harmony with sleepover in the cabins.


If interested, email mt159 or jc244 to sign up.
 

* Year of Service Forum Wednesday

The Year of Service Forum is Wednesday, October 8, 6:30-8 p.m., Smythe Lecture Hall (Room 170), Schroeder School of Business Building. A panel of faculty, alumni, and guests who have participated in distinguished Year of Service programs will discuss program selection processes, applications, program types, national vs. international opportunities, value of these experiences, teaching English abroad, etc. The hour-long Q&A will be followed by an informal reception where students can continue discussions with panelists. All students welcome! This event is sponsored by the Center for Career Development. 

* Gregory Gregory Day Celebrated this Thursday

Gregory Gregory Day will be celebrated starting this Thursday in Evansville. The builder of Harlaxton Manor was born 228 years ago on October 9. Faculty, students and other Harlaxton fans are invited to celebrate GG and all things Harlaxton at Gregory Gregory Day at Ri Ra Irish Pub, Thursday, October 9, from 7 - 9 p.m. Other events will be held in Indianapolis, Falls Church, VA and Louisville this weekend. Find out more details and register online at www.uealumnionline.com/gregorygregory2014.

Everyone is encouraged to wear their best Harlaxton gear on Thursday - all day. Three cheers for Gregory Gregory! 

* Barbara Pierce Bush and Jenna Hager to Speak at Snyder Lecture on October 21

Barbara Pierce Bush and Jenna Hager will be on campus Tuesday, October 21 as guests of the Patricia H. Snyder Concert and Lecture Series. The event will take place in Eykamp Hall in Ridgway University Center at 7:00 p.m. on October 21. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. Barbara and Jenna will both share stories and insights, followed by a moderated conversation and Q&A. Cass Herrington, host and producer at WNIN 88.3, will serve as the moderator.

Please contact Beth Speer, 488-1013 or bs67@evansville.edu, if you have questions.

United in their humanitarian missions and the spirit of service - as well as through their close family bond - Barbara Pierce Bush and Jenna Hager have found a shared purpose in giving voice to the disadvantaged while bringing to light stories of hope.

Coming from a unique vantage point as the only twins to grow up in the White House as both grandchildren and children, Barbara and Jenna were inspired to live lives of meaning from an early age. Stemming from their travels to impoverished areas in Africa and Latin America, they have now made it their life’s calling to address the most pressing health, education and economic inequality issues of our time. Whether through Barbara’s creation of Global Health Corps or Jenna’s position as a Today correspondent and UNICEF chair, both women help spread the message that ideas put to action are the best kind.

With their special brand of infectious warmth and kind humor - evidenced in their delightful back and forth banter during their presentations—this dynamic pair will ignite an audience’s passion to serve and inspire future young leaders to give back in their schools, local communities or abroad.
 

* Used Book Sale to Benefit United Way

The 5th annual United Way Used Book Sale will be October 7 & 8 from 10 am - 2 pm in Eykamp 252 in Ridgway University Center. All paperbacks are 50¢ and hardcovers are $1. 

* Coming Out Panel This Wednesday

Join UE PRIDE this Wednesday, October 8, at 6:00 p.m., in Room 100 in Koch Center for the annual Coming Out Panel in honor of coming out day. Listen to panelists tell their funny, enlightening, and all too real tales of coming out. 

* GI Generation to Be Topic of UE's Fiddick Lecture on October 10

Theodore WilsonEvansville native Theodore Wilson, University of Kansas professor of history, will be the speaker at the University of Evansville’s Thomas C. Fiddick Memorial Lecture on October 10. The lecture starts at 7:00 p.m., in Eykamp Hall, Room 251, Ridgway University Center. This event, which is sponsored by UE’s Department of History, is free and open to the public.

Wilson’s topic will be "The GI Generation: Sending American Soldiers into Battle in World War II."

“Theodore Wilson is one of the most distinguished historians of the Second World War working in America today, and we are thrilled to bring him to UE to deliver the Fiddick Lecture and interact with students in class,” said James MacLeod, UE professor of history and director of the Fiddick Memorial Lecture.

MacLeod added “As we mark the 70th anniversary of D-Day and other battles where young Americans changed the course of world history, it is the perfect time to hear from one of the world’s foremost authorities on the United States Military between 1941 and 1945.”

Wilson earned his PhD from Indiana University in 1966 and has been a professor at the University of Kansas since 1965. His research has focused on the intersections of politics, national security policies, and foreign affairs between 1940 and 1975, and in recent years chiefly on the military dimensions of World War II. A recipient of Guggenheim and NEH fellowships, Wilson has held visiting appointments at the US Army Command and General Staff College, Leicester University, and University College Dublin. He served as Senior Research Fellow during 1989-91 at the US Army Center of Military History.

He is the author or editor of such works as The First Summit: Roosevelt and Churchill at Placentia Bay, 1941; Makers of American Diplomacy; D-Day 1944, and Victory in Europe, 1945: From World War to Cold War. He is the general editor of the University Press of Kansas series, Modern War Studies. Forthcoming books include Coalition Warfare: A History and Building Warriors: The Selection and Training of U.S. Ground Combat Forces in World War II.

Thomas Fiddick, for whom the Fiddick Memorial Lecture is named, was a professor of history at UE from 1963 to 2002. He was a dedicated teacher, productive scholar, and a tireless fighter in the cause of justice. His death on the day of his retirement in 2002 stunned the UE community, especially his former students. It was the efforts of those students, along with Fiddick’s friends and the University, which led to the establishment of the Thomas C. Fiddick Memorial Lecture.

“The Fiddick Lecture is one of the best events of the year, as we get to celebrate the career of a truly outstanding faculty member here at UE,” MacLeod explained. “Tom Fiddick was a brilliant scholar and an incredible teacher who made a life-transforming impact on generations of students.”

For more information, please contact the UE Department of History at 812-488-2963.

Info You Should Know

* UE Holiday Schedule

The University will close for the holidays beginning Tuesday, December 23, and reopen on Friday, January 2. Employees wishing to extend their personal holidays by adding Monday, December 22, 2014, or Friday, January 2, 2015, should submit a request for vacation for approval by their immediate supervisors. The University will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday beginning noon Wednesday, November 26, and reopen on Monday, December 1.

* UE Libraries' Wheeler Gift Fund Available

UE Libraries invites applications by Friday, October 10, for the Wheeler Gift Fund. Materials purchased with Wheeler funds consist of books, DVDs, or CDs a faculty member has identified as useful for support of a newly established class, a new academic program, or a cross-disciplinary effort undertaken by colleagues from several departments. Long term commitments, such as online database or journal subscriptions, cannot be supported with Wheeler funds.

The total amount available this year is $1,000. This entire sum may be awarded to one proposal or, depending on the number of proposals received and the merit of each, funds may be divided among proposals received.

The Wheeler Gift Fund was established to honor Walton M. Wheeler, Jr. (1908-60). Mr. Wheeler was a prominent Evansville attorney who served on the Board of Trustees of Evansville College from 1953-1960.

Please contact Kathy Bartelt, Collection Development Librarian, at kb4 or 488-2486 for an application form or to answer questions regarding the Wheeler Gift Fund.
 

* Libraries Announces Autumn Recess Hours

UE Libraries will observe the following schedule of hours during Autumn Recess:
Friday, October 10 from 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday, October 11 – closed
Sunday, October 12 - closed
Monday, October 13 from 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Tuesday, October 14 – resume regular hours


Contact Libraries with questions at 812-488-2462.

Congratulations

* Douglas Reed publishes Remembering William Albright (1944-1992)

The October 2014 issue of The Diapason, an international monthly devoted to the organ, the harpsichord, carillon, and church music, includes "Remembering William Albright (1944-1998) on his 70th birthday" by Douglas Reed, professor emeritus of music. The article pays tribute to Albright, an Indiana native who became one of the most respected American composers of the late 20th century.

Although he wrote for nearly every medium, Albright is best known for his keyboard works and particularly his innovative organ music. Albright’s association with the University of Evansville included Reed’s campus premiers of several pieces, Albright’s lectures and performances of ragtime and jazz piano music, and commissions of two major keyboard works: Four Fancies for harpsichord and Symphony for organ (with percussion). The Symphony is the subject of a recent doctoral dissertation (University of Nebraska), and Reed’s DMA dissertation (Eastman School of Music) is "The Organ Works of William Albright: 1965-75."

* Nikolidakis Wins Orlando Flash Fiction Prize

Creative Writing's Dr. Lisa Nikolidakis won A Room of Her Own Fall 2014 Flash Fiction Prize for her story "The Spinning Field." The piece will be published in Issue No. 17 of the Los Angeles Review.

Of her story, judge Kristen Wolf writes, "‘The Spinning Field’ brings the reader immediately and viscerally into the world of the alien among us – the outsider, the immigrant, the ostracized. For its pitch-perfect voice, succinct yet compelling details, and total honesty (even when it ain’t pretty), ‘The Spinning Field’ has the mark of a writer to watch!”

http://aroomofherownfoundation.org/lisa-nikolidakis-awarded-fall-2014-orlando-flash-fiction-prize/ 

* Mark Kopta's CelestHealth Research Group Has Paper Accepted for Publication

Mark Kopta, professor of psychology, is coauthor of a paper to be published in Psychotherapy Research.  Kopta collaborated with researchers at the University of Louisville on the article entitled, “Good-Enough Level and Dose-Effect Models: Variation Among Outcomes and Therapists” (Owen, Adelson, Budge, Kopta, & Reese). The article includes psychotherapy outcomes findings on 13,664 patients treated by 586 clinicians.  The CelestHealth Research Group has research sites at the University of Louisville, Johns Hopkins University, Marquette University, and the University of Trier, Germany.

* Mathematics Article Published

Clark Kimberling, Professor of Mathematics, has an article in the current issue of The Fibonacci Quarterly. Entitled "Fusion, Fission, and Factors," the article introduces new ways to combine certain families of matrices and polynomials associated with second-order recurrence relations. 

Athletics

* Wolfe and Genet Pace Aces in Louisville

A personal record run of 18:35.76 for Laurel Wolfe saw her lead the University of Evansville women’s cross country team while Josh Genet led the men in the Greater Louisville Classic on Saturday morning.

Several runners for the Purple Aces set their top times with great running conditions at Tom Sawyer State Park.

Wolfe’s run in the blue race bested her previous top time of 18:45.23, which was set in last year’s UE Invitational where she came in seventh place. Today’s run put her in 22nd place out of 352 participants.

Next up for the women was Kirsten Perrey, who took 83rd place with a time of 19:12.04. The effort was over a minute quicker than her previous best this season. Coming home in 94th place was Elizabeth Kingshott, who finished with a time of 19:16.71. Her time was the best effort since her freshman season.

Fourth for the ladies was Loren Oboikovitz. The senior ran what was by far her best 5K time at UE. She ran the course in a time of 19:42.52, besting her old PR by 50 seconds. That mark was set in this season’s Belmont Opener. Sophie Etienne rounded out the Aces’ top five with a 20:27.97. The run was a PR for Etienne, topping last year’s 20:45.93 at the UE Invitational.

Alyssa Moran was next for the Aces, finishing the race in 20:57.01. Anna Loef’s PR of 20:58.91 followed. That was her first sub-21 minute 5K race for Evansville. Newcomer Katie Prosser also ran the quickest race of her career at UE, finishing in 21:24.79 while Brittney Stockman set her mark with a 24:10.37.

Leading the men was senior Josh Genet. He came in 135th out of 356 runners with a 26:28.01. It was his top 8K race of the season by 26 seconds. Next up for the guys was Matt Hamilton. He fell just shy of his personal best time as he ran the course in 27:25.50. His PR continues to stand at 27:16, which was set in the 2011 Greater Louisville Classic.

Sophomore Ben Woolems ran his best race of 2014. A 27:43.10 was nearly a minute better than his previous top time of the season. Running a time of 28:03.18 was fellow sophomore Ross Frondorf, which was almost two minutes quicker than his best race of the season.

Jon Ashby rounded out the top five for the men. He ran a 28:45.62, which was his fastest race of 2014. The next two for UE set PR’s as Matt Spencer and Ben Johnson ran their best races. Spencer posted a 29:30.73 for his top time while Johnson checked in with a 31:14.79.

In two weeks, the Aces will host the annual UE Invitational. Set for Oct. 18, the race will be held at Angel Mounds in Evansville.
 

* UE Swimming & Diving Complete Home Opener

The official reopening of Wyttenbach Pool on Saturday saw Southern Illinois earn wins over the University of Evansville men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams.

On the women’s side, the Salukis took a 136-107 win while the men finished with a 181-59 victory.

“We had a great meet today, it was fun to be home again,” head coach Rickey Perkins said. “The team responded nicely to a good SIU team. I am proud of the way we competed.”

Michaela Kent, Mackenzie Powell, Sam Montgomery and Michelle Tipton picked up the win in the 400 medley relay. They won by almost four seconds, finishing with a time of 3:55.93. In the 400 freestyle relay, Freeman, Montgomery, Smith and Tipton teamed up to win a close one over SIU. UE finished with a 3:33.52, just 0.43 ahead of the Salukis.

Sophomore Danielle Freeman had another strong day. She was dominant in the 50 yard freestyle, finishing with a 24:18 to take the win. Just behind her in the event was Abby Smith. In the 100 freestyle, Freeman took the win once again. A 52.93 topped her nearest competition by 1.41 seconds.

Powell was victorious in the 200 IM, topping teammate Carolina Lee for top honors. Powell swam a 2:12.22. She earned another win in the 200 breaststroke. Her time of 2:25.41 topped Lee once again by 2.27 seconds.

Tipton came in a close second in the 200 yard freestyle. Her 1:52.92 was just 0.20 behind the winner.

Ethan O’Rourke, Troy Burger, Daniel O’Brien and Ashton Bishop came in a close second in the 400 medley relay. They were less than 2 seconds off of SIU’s winning pace. O’Rourke later swam in the 200 IM, taking third place with a 2:01.30. Bishop brought home a second-place finish in the 100 freestyle. His 48.03 was 0.29 behind the win. Bishop outswam SIU by 0.2 seconds in the final 50 yards before coming up just short.

Freshman Everett Plocek performed well in the 50 yard freestyle. His 22.21 was second, just 0.25 off the winning pace. Troy Burger competed in the 200 breaststroke. He finished in second place, less than a second off the win, swimming 2:10.84.

The 400 yard freestyle relay saw Plocek, O’Brien, Phil Stevenson and Bishop finish in second with a solid 3:12.18.

Diving saw freshman Courtney Coverdale qualify for the NCAA Zones. Her final score in the 1 meter event was a 266.77. Leading the men’s divers was Austin Penler, whose score came in at a 230.25 in the 1 meter. He did even better in the 3-meter, posting a 245.02.

Both squads will be back in action in conference, swimming against Missouri State, at 3 p.m. Friday.
 

* Volleyball Wins Again, Takes Down Loyola 3-1

Senior Ashley Ring led everyone with a season-high 24 kills as the Purple Aces volleyball team took a 3-1 win over Loyola on Saturday evening at the Carson Center.

Ring hit .328 to pace the Aces (6-11, 2-3 MVC) to their second win in a row. Freshman Genesis Miranda was next for UE, finishing the night with 15 kills. On the other side, four Ramblers (6-9, 2-4 MVC) finished with double-digit kills. Morgan Reardon led the way with 20 while Brittney Brown totaled 16. Sami Hansen notched 15.

Evansville fell behind by a 7-3 score early on as four Ramblers posted a kill. The Aces inched their way back into the game, tying it up at 15-15 on a Grace Carter kill. Stephanie Cerino notched a pair of kills in the rally. Loyola ended the run, registering the next two tallies in a run that extended to 7-1 as the Ramblers took their largest lead of the game at 22-16 before taking a 25-19 win.

Six Ashley Ring kills led all players in the frame, but Loyola hit .341 as Morgan Reardon posted five to lead Loyola to the win.

Genesis Miranda set the Aces on a 7-2 run to open up the second frame. The quick start saw UE up 12-8 before the Ramblers scored three in a row on their way to knotting the score at 13-13 on back-to-back Sami Hansen kills. Evansville wrestled the lead back, taking a 22-20 advantage on a Ring kill before Loyola scored three in a row to take their first lead of the set at 23-22.

The Aces did not give up, rallying back to tie it up at 25-25. Following an error by Loyola, Miranda clinched the set with her fourth kill of the frame. UE’s defense held Loyola’s offense to .208 while hitting .297. Ring notched six more kills in the set.

Game three saw UE jump out to another early edge at 4-1 before the Ramblers tied it up for the first time at 5-5. With the score tied up at 9-9, Evansville made its move, reeling off the next five points as Tathianna Cordero recorded a service ace in the stretch for UE. Loyola chipped away at the deficit, tying it up at 19-19 on a UE error.

Four points in a row by UE saw them take control, but Loyola had the answer once again, reeling off four in a row as Brittany Brown notched a pair of kills to tie it up. Miranda ended the stretch with a kill before a solo block by Cathy Schreiber ended the frame and gave UE a 25-23
win and a 2-1 lead in the match.

Several Rambler errors set the Aces in the right direction in the fourth frame as they took an 8-4 advantage. A Libby Bresser kill helped Loyola cut the gap to two, but UE took advantage of four more Rambler errors to open up their largest lead of the game at 16-11.

Soon after, Ring and Miranda posted back-to-back points as the Aces lead grew to seven at 19-12. At that point, Loyola’s offense got in gear, getting with two points at 24-22. Following a timeout, the Aces got the clincher behind Ring’s 24th and final tally of the evening. It was her eighth kill of the set.

Road contests at UNI and Drake await Evansville next weekend. The Aces face UNI on Friday before heading to Des Moines to take on Drake the next day. Both matches begin at 7 p.m.

* Women's Tennis Wraps Up MVC Individual Championship

A pair of championship matches saw the University of Evansville women’s tennis team come up just short as the squad finished up the Missouri Valley Conference Individual Championship on Sunday.

Top doubles saw Marina Moreno and Marketa Trousilova come up just shy against Luca Pump and Aleksandra Trifunovic of Wichita State, falling by an 8-5 score in the championship match. In the championship final of flight six singles, Mina Milovic was defeated by Drake’s Tess Herder, 6-2, 6-0.

Other action for the day began at no. 1 singles as Trousilova came in fourth place after falling to Drake’s Mariel Ante, 6-2, 6-4. Number two singles had Natasha James clinching fifth place in a Saturday victory.

In flight three, Andjela Brguljan fell to Athena Chrysanthou of Southern Illinois in the third-place final. The score was 6-3, 6-2 in favor of Chrysanthou. Nell Boyd topped Moreno in the third-place match of no. 4 singles, 6-3, 6-2.

James and Milovic were victorious over Bradley’s Ari Dechter and Irinka Toidze at flight two doubles. The duo from UE come home in third place with an 8-7 victory.

From Oct. 17-21, the Purple Aces will travel to Knoxville, Tenn. for the ITA Ohio Valley Regional. The tournament will be the final one of the fall for the women.
 

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