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Monday, March 16, 2015

What's Happening Today

* Dinner Program with Evansville's Catholic Bishop Tonight

"Church Teaching on Marriage & Homosexuality" with Bishop Thompson, Diocese of Evansville, will be presented Monday, March 16 at 5:30 pm at the Newman Center. Pasta, salad and breadsticks for dinner at 5:30 p.m.  The presentation follows at 6:15pm. Questions? Email or call/text 812-760-8610


Upcoming Events

* This Week in Music: An Organ and Harpsichord Recital

Adjunct Instructor of Organ and Harpsichord Helen Skuggedal Reed will present this week’s Faculty Recital in Wheeler Concert Hall on Tuesday evening, March 17, at 7:30 p.m. The program will include music by Bach, Frescobaldi, Alain, Couperin, and others. Of special note is the Evansville premiere of Six Harpsichord Miniatures (2011) by Mark Janello, a member of the music theory faculty at the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. This piece, inspired by Mikrokosmos, a collection of short keyboard pieces by Béla Bartók, won first prize at the most recent Aliénor International Harpsichord Composition Competition, which took place in Cincinnati in 2012.

Reed joined the UE music faculty in January 2015. A graduate of the University of Michigan, she also serves as co-organist at Eastminster Presbyterian Church and principal harpsichordist for the Evansville Philharmonic.

* Dr. Muharib Al- Shuairi Speaks to UE Students Today

Dr. Muharib Al- Shuairi will be speaking to UE students via skype (from his office in Istanbul, Turkey) at 12.15 p.m. CST in Smythe Hall (Room 170), Schroeder School of Business Building, on March 17. The title of his presentation is: “E-Commerce (Advantages and Risks): Is there a safe way to conduct E-commerce?” Al-Suhairi is CEO and Lead Security Engineer at an Istanbul-based Microsoft Engineering Team.

The event is open to the public.

For any questions, please contact Walayet A. Khan, research director, Institute of Global Enterprise in Indiana.

* Writing Center Double Boot Camp!

Welcome back, everyone! This week we are offering a Snow Day Make-Up Double Boot Camp. Our presenter will discuss how to build an argument as well as demonstrate the techniques of summary and paraphrasing to help effectively incorporate outside sources into your papers. In addition, this workshop will address the stylistic differences between general academic and scientific writing, specifically, word and phrasing choice, the passive voice, verbosity, and writing and justifying your hypothesis—strategies for improving your scientific prose. Both topics will be presented this Wednesday, March 18, at 5:00 p.m. in the Writing Center. 

* AcesTV Filming Thank You Video for Commencement

Attention SENIORS! AcesTV will be filming the thank you video that will play during commencement. Filming will take place in the Rademacher Lounge on Wednesday, March 18, from 12-2 p.m. and 6-7 p.m. Bring props, signs, and anything else you need to say thank you to the people who helped you make it to this day! 

* Fish Friday in Cafe Court

In observance for the Lenten season, Café Court will be serving fish on Fridays at Grill 155. 


Info You Should Know

* NFL Predictive Modeling Internships Available for Fall

Internships for predictive modeling of the 2015-2016 Season of the NFL are available for this fall. Opportunities are open to students from all four years (freshman through senior year) but are restricted to those who have a detailed interest in one or more of the following: American professional football, statistics, econometrics, numerical methods, network analysis, computer programming, machine learning, or any other predictive modeling techniques that can further the goals of the project. If you are interested, please download an application from, complete the form, and email it to Dr. Beavers at by 5 pm on March 27. Interviews for selected applicants will follow after.

Please address any questions to Dr. Beavers at the above address.

* May Graduates Take Note

Any May graduate that needs a cap and gown and/or graduation announcements should stop by the UE Bookstore at the earliest opportunity. Masters and doctorate graduates who need regalia should come to the Bookstore quickly as those garments are custom made and require 4-6 weeks to arrive. If you have any graduation related questions please contact the UE Bookstore. 

* 2015-2016 Andiron Lecture Series Call for Papers

UE faculty and administrators as well as members of the Evansville community are invited to submit an abstract for papers on any aspect of their research or expertise for the 2015-2016 Andiron Lectures in the Liberal Arts and Sciences. All disciplines and fields of study are welcome to submit proposals. Reading time for papers is approximately 40 minutes. Deadline for abstract submission is April 10.

Please provide the following by email:
A 50-word abstract
Name, Academic Affiliation/ Occupation,
Paper title, Contact Information

Please send submissions to:
Chris Mohn at

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

* BIOL 100 Online

Are you interested in taking a non-majors biology course with a lab this summer to fulfill one of your scientific literacy general education requirements? Then take BIOL 100 D01 – Fundamentals of Biology during Summer I (May 18 to June 19). Please contact Dale Edwards (de3) for more details.

* Nominations open for Outstanding Senior Service Awards

Do you know a senior deserving of the highest award given by UE?  Ten finalists will be honored at a luncheon in May and one male and one female will be given this award at commencement.  Selection is based on demonstrated leadership, academic achievement and future contribution to society.

The Guthrie May and Mabel Dillingham Nenneker Outstanding Senior Service Award nominations will be accepted March 16-April 10, 2015.  The nomination application is available at this link:

Please print it out and share copies with students whom you would like to nominate so they can complete the requirements and submit their applications.  Copies are also available in the Dean of Students office.   Applications must be submitted to the dean of students office by April 10, 2015.  Questions can be referred to Karen Martin at or 812-488-2500. 

* Need Financial Aid for Summer Courses?

If you are seeking financial aid to help pay for summer courses at UE, please complete a Summer Financial Aid Application (also available in the Office of Financial Aid). We will help you examine your options for aid, which in most cases during the summer term is limited to: Direct Loans, PLUS Loans, private student loans, Federal Pell Grants, Tuition Remission (employees and dependents), and student employment. Refer to the summer form to determine the types of aid for which you may be eligible based on your anticipated enrollment status.

On-campus jobs are available for continuing UE students during the summer. You do not need to be eligible for need-based Federal/State Work-Study during the academic year in order to apply. You may also apply regardless of your enrollment in summer courses. Applications are available in the Office of Financial Aid. Direct questions to Hilary Morales at

* Vehicle Rental Insurance?

The Travel website on AceLink at has a new information link called "Vehicle Rental Insurance?" This new link of information is designed to assist those planning to drive a rental vehicle on UE related business by providing a quick guide to determine when vehicle rental insurance should or should not be purchased from a rental vehicle agency. For questions contact, Kim Winsett at extension 2940 or kw83. 

* Free HIV Testing

The Health Center will be having free and confidential HIV testing on March 20 from 9:00 a.m. - Noon. Please call 812-488-2033 to make your appointment. 

* New Starbucks Vending Machine

Starbucks MachineA Starbucks vending machine has been installed in the east vending area in Hyde Hall (lower level). This glass front machine holds 16 different Starbucks flavors (Iced Coffee, Refreshers, D/S (Double Shot), D/S with protein and other Starbuck flavors) for your enjoyment from $2.00 to $3.00 each. Stop by sometime and see which flavors look good to you! 

* Residence Life Summer Staff Openings!

Searching for a Summer Job? Residence Life hires students for its Summer Conference Program. Applications are available on March 19 and are due back on March 27. A session with more info will be held on March 18 at 9:30 pm in Graves 100.

Summer Staff are a primary support system during the summer, and are responsible for providing assistance to conference guests and summer school students. Summer Staff applicants should be hard working, have a dedication to excellence, be customer service orientated, have good communication skills, and be knowledgeable about UE.

Summer Staff Selection Timeline:
• March 18 – Summer Staff Info Session: 9:30 pm in Graves 100
• March 27 – Applications and completed recommendations due by 5:00 pm in the Office of Residence Life
• April – Hiring decisions and notifications will be made.

Please note: selection timeline is subject to change. Question about the process? Contact Calvin Wertman at 488-2214 / or Anna Jessen at 488-1115 / jj82@evansville.ed

* Margery Florence Kahn Scholarship for 2015-16 -- Applications Now Available

All University of Evansville full-time undergraduate students who will be juniors or seniors in 2015-16 may apply. An essay of about 300 words must accompany the application, along with two to five faculty recommendation letters.

It was the desire of the donor, Margery Florence Kahn, that her scholarship be awarded to "dedicated and conscientious students who exhibit a true passion for their chosen fields of study, and who, in the opinion of the members of the University of Evansville faculty, are likely to bring the same enthusiasm into the performance of their jobs or the practice of the professions which they will pursue following graduation."

Applications are available at the Office of Financial Aid (Olmsted Hall 116). Applications can also be found on the UE website - on the site map, go to the Tuition & Aid tab then to UE Students. On this screen, scroll to the bottom of the page and choose “Looking for Additional Scholarships?”

Completed applications should be returned to the Office of Financial Aid by April 1.

Questions may be directed to the Office of Financial Aid via email or by phone at (812) 488-2364 or, (800) 424-8634. 


Completed applications and recommendation letters should be returned to the Office of Financial Aid by April 1.

You may also request application materials by emailing 

Questions may be directed to the Office of Financial Aid via email or by phone at (812) 488-2364 or, (800) 424-8634.



* UE DPT Students Attend Conference on Pro Bono Clinic

Five second year DPT students representing Ace CARE attended the 3rd Annual Pro-Bono Physical Therapy Clinic Conference and Networking Event at Widener University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on March 14.  This event provides a networking opportunity for student-run pro bono physical therapy clinics from across the nation.  UE was one of 11 universities accepted to present at this conference.  Alyssa Waninger and Pagie Knott presented "Current Status and Expansion Opportunities".  Other student attendees included Shannon Dick, Hailey Jones, and Matthew Kremer.    

* Birth Announcement - Harriet Mae Ziliak

Becky Ziliak, director of the Health Center, proudly announces the birth of her grandchild. Harriet (Hattie) Mae was born on March 2 in Atlanta, Georgia. Her parents are UE alumni Jacob and Shannon (Rieger) Ziliak. Hattie is welcomed home by her sisters, Amelia and Charlotte. 

* Finance professor presented his global research insights in Peru

Walayet A. Khan, Research Director Institute of Global Enterprise and Professor of Finance visited the Bolsa De Valores De Lima (Stock exchange of Peru) and shared findings of his ongoing research in the area of global markets and institutions. During his meetings with the Exchange officials, he also discussed various possibilities of mutual collaboration between the Exchange and UE.

The exchange also arranged Professor Khan´s presentation on insights into Latin America emerging markets at the CENTRUM, the research center of the Pontificia UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DEL PERU. The University is AACSB accredited and is among the reputable Universities in the Americas. Dr. Khan is also the recipient of Global Scholar award 2014/2015 and the trip was made possible due to the award funding. 



* Mallory Ladd Named to MVC All-Tournament Team

University of Evansville women’s basketball player Mallory Ladd was named to the 2015 Missouri Valley Conference All-Tournament Team on Sunday.

The senior forward averaged 20.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 1.3 steals and 0.7 blocks per game in the Aces’ run to the MVC Semifinals.

Ladd led UE with a game-high 27 points and 14 rebounds in the team’s opening round win over the Illinois State Redbirds. She made a career-high five three-pointers as Evansville secured their first tournament win since 2009.

The Evansville native posted another 22 point, seven rebound effort against Drake in an 84-79 overtime victory in the MVC Quarterfinals on Friday. She made another five shots from beyond the arc, helping Evansville achieve a school and MVC Tournament record with 17 made three-pointers.

Ladd completed her UE career with an 11 point game on Saturday in a 75-66 defeat to Missouri State in the Semifinals.

All-Tournament Team
Jamillah Bonner, Wichita State
Michaela Dapprich, Wichita State
Mallory Ladd, Evansville
Tyonna Snow, Missouri State
Most Outstanding Player – Alex Harden, Wichita State

* Tickets!

Tickets for the UE men's basketball game on Wednesday are now available. They will be playing IPFW at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for youth 17 and under. Students will still receive their free tickets. 

* Aces Swept in Doubleheader at Ohio State

The University of Evansville baseball team (7-8) dropped both games of a doubleheader at Ohio State on Sunday afternoon, losing the first contest 4-3 and falling in the second game 12-1.

“Through the course of the weekend, we saw the momentum shift and it shifted into our dugout for a chance to win the series in the first game,” said Evansville head coach Wes Carroll. “(Ohio State) stepped up and got the hits they needed for the walk-off win.
Then, they carried the momentum into game two with a great game from their starting pitcher, Ryan Riga.”

The Aces held the lead early on in game one. Outfielder Jarod Perry worked a leadoff walk in the first inning and scored later in the frame on a two-out triple from infielder Boomer Synek. After Ohio State tied the game in the third, the Buckeyes moved ahead in the fifth on an RBI single from designated hitter Connor Sabanosh. Trailing 2-1, Evansville evened up the score and regained the lead in the eighth. Infielder Shain Showers and outfielder Josh Jyawook reached on walks to begin the inning. Synek scored Showers on a run producing double to right-center field, tying the game at two. After a hit by pitch, first baseman Eric McKibban then moved UE ahead 3-2 on an RBI fielder’s choice. The lead lasted momentarily though as the Buckeyes deadlocked the game at three in the bottom half of the inning on a Pat Porter sacrifice fly. Ohio State then won the contest in their last at-bat. Pitching in his second inning of work, reliever Patrick Schnieders walked catcher Aaron Gertz to begin the rally. Gertz was then lifted for pinch runner Jalen Washington who advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt. Following a lineout, reliever Brent Jurceka came in to pitch for Evansville but have up a game-winning RBI single to L Grant Davis, securing a 4-3 victory for Ohio State.

Synek led UE offensively in game one, going 2-for-4 with two RBIs. Jyawook, Perry, and Showers each had one run scored. Starting pitcher Matt Rodgers threw 4.1 innings in a no decision, yielding two runs on six hits. Right-hander Ryan Billo gave up just one run in 3.0 innings in relief. Schnieders (0-2) took the loss, allowing one run in 1.0 innings.

In game two, Ohio State leapt out to an early advantage. Facing UE starter Brodie Harkness, the Buckeyes scored twice in the second and added a pair of runs in the third. Up by four, Ohio State struck for six more in the sixth. Harkness (0-1) received the loss, yielding seven runs in 5.1 innings. Down 10-0, UE broke the shutout in the ninth with a solo home run from designated hitter Jonathan Ramon and added another run on a Perry RBI single to right field. Showers recorded two hits in the final game.

“The series could have gone our way, but unfortunately it did not,” added Carroll. “We have to get ourselves ready for Missouri Valley Conference play.

After 15 games away from their home park, the Aces will have their home opener this week with a Wednesday, March 18 contest against Murray State at 6:00 p.m. and then host their first conference matchup with a three-game series against Dallas Baptist beginning on Friday, March 20. All games will be held at Braun Stadium.

* Aces Softball Wins One and Loses Two Against Loyola

The University of Evansville Softball team (7-19, 1-2 MVC) finished up their series on Sunday against Loyola. After losing on Saturday night 16-5, the Aces split the two games against the Ramblers on Sunday losing the first game 10-1 and winning the second game off a Danielle Freeman walk off single 3-2.

In game one, Loyola jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead when Jessica Belzano scored on a passed ball. The Ramblers added to their lead when Katy LaCivita singled down the left field line scoring Jamie O’Brien making the score 2-0. The Ramblers got hot again in the top of the fourth. Hannah Jenkins was able to score off a single to the shortstop by Jacquelyn Murphy. Brooke Wyderski doubled scoring both Erica Nagel and Annie Korth making the score 5-0 in favor of the Ramblers. They then extended their lead to 7-0 when Jamie O’Brien doubled scoring Ashley Parenti and Wyderski.

In the top of the fifth, Korth again scored for the Ramblers off of a single to center by Jacquelyn Murphy extending the lead to 8-0. In the bottom of the fifth the Aces finally were able to get some offense going when Haylee Tracy was able to score off a Chandra Parr triple to right center making the score 8-1. In the top of the sixth the Ramblers grabbed another two runs extending their lead to 10-1 which would be the final score of the game.

In the second game, the Ramblers jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead in the top of the first when Brooke Wyderski scored off an error. In the bottom of the second, Mariah Ferguson was able to score for the Aces off of a fielder’s choice by Haylee Tracy tying the score at 1-1. The tie was finally broken in the top of the sixth when Wyderski reached on an error scoring Tarran Shaffer making the score 2-1 in favor of the Ramblers. In the bottom of the seventh, with Haylee Tracy and Ashlee Kawall on base, Danielle Freeman singled up the middle scoring both Tracy and Kawall giving the Aces the 3-2 victory.

The Aces will be back in action on Wednesday March 18th when they head to UT Martin to take on the Skyhawks. They will play a double header with the first game starting at 3:00 p.m. CDT and the second game starting at 5:00 p.m. CDT. The Aces will see their next home action on March 28th and 29th when they take on Illinois State.

* UE Basketball to face IPFW in CIT Opening Round

Wednesday’s opening round of the Tournament will feature the University of Evansville men’s basketball team taking on IPFW with tip set for 7 p.m.

Tickets are $15 for all seats while children under the age of 17 are just $5. Beginning on Monday at 8:30 a.m., all seats will be available for purchase. You can get your tickets by calling 812-488-ACES, by visiting the Carson Center or Ford Center Ticket Office or on

The meeting in the CIT will mark the first between the Purple Aces and Mastadons.

Evansville enters the tournament with a record of 19-12 after posting its best regular season of the 21st century. The Aces were well-represented on the Missouri Valley Conference postseason teams, led by D.J. Balentine and Egidijus Mockevicius, who were First Team All-Conference. It marked the first time in 26 years that the program placed two on the first team.

Mockevicius also added his second-straight All-Defensive Team berth. Mislav Brzoja garnered a spot on the All-Bench Team while Blake Simmons was named to the Scholar Athlete First Team.

IPFW makes its first trip to Evansville with a 16-14 record and a 9-7 season in the Summit League. The Mastadons came on strong as the season wore down, winning 8 of the final 10 games of the regular season before falling to South Dakota in the first game of the conference tournament. At one point, they won seven in a row from Jan. 24 through Feb. 19.

Three players finished the season in double figures for IPFW, led by Steve Forbes. He posted 13.9 points per game along with a team-best 6.1 rebounds. Joe Edwards was next up with 11.9 PPG.

* Aces' Season, Tournament Run Ends with Defeat in MVC Semifinals

The 7th seeded University of Evansville women's basketball team (13-19) saw their season and Missouri Valley Conference Tournament run end with a 75-66 loss to Missouri State on Saturday night. Guard Sara Dickey totaled a team-high 20 points for Evansville and became the first player in program history with a 600 point season (602).

“I thought Missouri State played a phenomenal game,” said Evansville head coach Oties Epps. “They were really aggressive. They attacked us hard. They were really physical and really dictated to us on both sides of the basketball, especially in that first half.”

Missouri State outscored Evansville 32-16 in the first half and secured a 6-0 run to begin the game. UE received a three from forward Mallory Ladd to slash the deficit in half at the 16:20 mark. The Lady Bears built the lead back to eight, 11-3, on a Kenzie Williams jumper with 14:44 remaining in the first half. UE then tallied the next three points on a Ladd free throw and a jumper from guard Khristian Hart. Leading by five with 13:54 to play in the half, Missouri State answered by scoring the next seven points and building an 18-6 advantage. UE brought the difference down to single digits, 18-11 with a jumper by Hart and a three from guard Kat Taylor with 9:11 on the clock. The Lady Bears then went on an 8-0 run for the 23-11 advantage. Guard Sara Dickey scored her first points of the game on a jumper with 4:05 to play and scored the final five points for UE entering halftime. The Aces shot just 19.4% in the first half, making only three of their 13 three pointers. Dickey led UE with a team-high five points as Hart and Ladd had four points each. Ladd had three first half fouls and only played 14 minutes before the break.

The Lady Bears added to their advantage in the second half, going up by as many as 24 points with 8:38 to play in the game. Trailing 61-37, Evansville continued to chip away at the deficit. The Purple Aces went on an 8-0 run to bring the difference to 16 with 6:53 remaining in regulation. After swapping a few baskets, UE was down 71-52 with only 1:48 showing on the clock. The Aces put together a 12-2 run to trail by only nine points. Ladd scored seven straight points during the stretch as Hart added two free throws and a three from forward Peyton Langston brought the score to 73-64. In the end, Missouri State would go on to win the MVC Semifinal matchup and advance to the championship game on Sunday against the top seeded Wichita State Shockers.

Dickey ends the season with 602 points, most for any player in single season program history. Her 69 made three-pointers this season is third most for an Ace. She is only the fourth player in program history to make 200 or more field goals in a season (203). The sophomore’s 1148 career points ranks second most for any player in program history.

With the defeat, UE says goodbye to three seniors in guard Khristian Hart, forward Mallory Ladd and guard Kat Taylor. Hart (13 points), Ladd (11) and Taylor (11) also joined Dickey in double figures and combined to score 36 of the team’s points on Saturday night. The Aces will have nine returning players from this historic run to the MVC Semifinals coming back next season.

* Aces Golf Continues Today in Tennessee

With its spring season started, the Purple Aces golf teams head from Jacksonville, Fla. to Sevierville, Tenn. to take part in the Bobby Nichols Intercollegiate on Monday and Tuesday.

For the men, play will begin on Monday, the 16th, with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. ET. Day one will feature 36 holes on the River Course and play at a par-72 and 6,928 yards. Play will conclude play on Tuesday, the 17th, beginning with a shotgun start at 10:00 a.m. again on the River Course. The final 18 holes will be played at a par-72 and 6,907 yards.

The field will consist of 15 teams, including: Arkansas State, Carson-Newman, Detroit, Eastern Kentucky, Evansville, Jacksonville State, Longwood, Murray State, Samford, Southern Illinois, Tennessee State, Tennessee Tech, UT Martin, West Georgia and Wright State.

Women’s play will begin on Monday, the 16th, with a shotgun start at 10:00 a.m. ET. Day one will feature 18 holes on the Highlands Course and play at a par-71 and 5,803 yards. Play will conclude play on Tuesday, the 17th, beginning with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. again on the Highlands Course. The final 18 holes will feature the same par and distance.

Their field will consist of 10 teams, including: Belmont, Chicago State, Dayton, Eastern Illinois, Eastern Kentucky, Evansville, Indiana State, Jacksonville State, Murray State, Tennessee Tech.

Will Knights shot a team-low 75 as the University of Evansville men's golf team took fifth place in the Don Benbow Intercollegiate on Tuesday. Knights' round of 75 on Tuesday was the lowest for UE and moved him into a tie for 18th in the final rankings. His first round total was an 81. Leading the way for UE was Tyler Gray. On Tuesday, he carded a 77 to finish in 17th with a 154.

Coming home 21st was Rick Voyvodic. He followed up Monday's 78 with a 79 in the final round. Wil Pahud came in one stroke behind Voyvodic with a 158. He shot an 83 on Tuesday. Rounding out the top five for the Aces was Alex Turner. His final score of 163 tied him for 28th.

MVC Women’s Golfer of the Week Kayla Katterhenry finished in fourth place in the Don Benbow Intercollegiate at Jacksonville Beach Golf Club. Katterhenry posted a 79 in each of her two rounds to finish with a 158. Her score was three shots off the win. Cleveland State had a duo tie atop the leadeaboard as Allyson Hackman and Sophie Kelner each notched a 155. Arielle Roberts of Central Michigan took third with a 157.

Cathy Doyle moved up into a tie for 9th place. She followed Monday's round of 81 with the same score of 81 on Tuesday. She came home with the top ten thanks to her 162.

Next up for the Aces was Giulia Mallmann. She had one of her best tournaments at UE, finishing tied for 15th with five other golfers. Mallmann recorded an 82 on Tuesday to finish with a 168. Fourth for Evansville was Maggie Camp. Her final total of 178 tied her for 33rd.

* Aces Tennis Falls to James Madison

The University of Evansville Women’s Tennis team (8-4, 0-0 MVC) wrapped up their week in Orlando, FL on Friday with a 6-1 loss to James Madison University. Natasha James was again victorious at flight two singles defeating Rachel Nelson 6-4, 7-5. The Aces finished with a final record of 2-1 in Orlando for the week. The Aces were able to record victories over Bucknell and Quinnipiac before falling to James Madison.

In doubles action against James Madison, the Aces picked up a win at flight one doubles when James and Marketa Trousilova defeated Taylor Pinchoff and Alex Huie by a score of 8-7. At flight two doubles, James Madison took the victory over Marina Moreno and Kennedy Craig by a score of 8-1. James Madison was again victorious at flight three doubles when Rachel Nelson and Emily Bradshaw defeated Gaby Fifer and Mina Milovic by a score of 8-4.

In flight one singles action, Marketa Trousilova was defeated by Taylor Pinchoff 2-6, 6-4, and 10-4. Alex Huie of James Madison defeated Marina Moreno at flight three singles by a score of 6-0, 6-3. In flight four singles action, Kennedy Craig was defeated by Dylan Owens 6-3, 6-2. Mina Milovic of Evansville was defeated by Kimmy Herrock at flight five singles 6-2, 7-6(5). Finally, at flight six singles, Rebecca Harris of James Madison was able to defeat Andjela Brguljan 6-1, 6-3.

The Aces will be back in action on March 21st against Lipscomb University. The match will be at Wesselmans Park. Start time will be at 1:00 p.m. CT.


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