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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

What's Happening Today

* Wellness Nurse on Campus

The employee wellness nurse will be in Ridgway University Center lobby TODAY - Wednesday, March 25 - from 1 - 3 p.m. 

* I-House: Congo

I-House this week will be presented by our wonderful friends from Congo! Dali Mizidy is a health services administration major and loves to travel, listen to music, dance and meet new people. Her favorite part about UE is the various amounts of campus organizations there are. Scile Badinga-Mounzeo is the next presenter. Her major is environmental sciences. Her hobbies include cooking, traveling, reading, and learning new things. Her favorite part about UE is the people and the relationships between the professors and the students. So come watch them give a great presentation on Congo this Wednesday at 7 pm upstairs in Ridgway University Center! 

* Holy Hour of Adoration Hosted By UE Newman Club

Join us Wednesday in Neu Chapel for a Holy Hour of Adoration from 8:30 pm-9:30 pm. Our seminarians from St. Meinrad. Archabbey will present a short intro on "Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament" at 8:15 pm. They will also lead our praying of the Rosary to begin the Holy Hour at 8:30 pm. Fr. Godfrey Mullen, OSB will be joining us at 9pm to hear confessions; and the Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord will be celebrated with Mass at 9:30 pm.

Our seminarians WILL NOT be at Jazzman's or Ridgway this Wednesday or next week Wednesday (Holy Week).

Questions? Call/text Kristel Riffert at 812-760-8610.

* Writing Center Boot Camp: Academic Writing for International Students

Do you know how to use articles perfectly? What about commas and semi-colons? Do prepositions make you crazy? Are your sentences choppy? This workshop will present some strategies for helping you overcome the above obstacles, and for creating effective, clear academic papers in English. Join us this for this useful session on Wednesday, March 25th at 5 p.m. in the Writing Center. All students are welcome!

* EXSS Career Forum Tonight

The EXSS Club and Career Development are putting on the annual EXSS Career Forum today, March 25. The forum will be from 6:00-8:00 P.M. in Room 170 (Smythe Lecture Hall)of the Schroeder Family School of Business Building. Panelists from different organizations in our area will come to share their experiences. This event will be a great opportunity for anyone who would like to make acquaintance with local health care professionals. Attendees are asked to dress business-casual. All EXSS students are advised to attend. Direct any questions to Taylor Donaldson at

* Part-time job fair today

Looking for a part-time or summer job? Stop by the job fair today and speak with area employers.

Today 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 

* "Sex on Campus"

"Sex on Campus," a sexual health program put on by UE Nursing students and sponsored by the Office of Health Education and Wellness Programs, will be in Eykamp 252, Ridgway University Center, on Wednesday, March 25, at 5 pm. Students who attend will learn about ways to keep themselves safe and healthy! 


Upcoming Events

* Mediterranean Mosaic UE Alumni Cruise - October 4 - 13, 2015

Sail the Mediterranean aboard Oceania Cruises’ elegant Riviera on the UE Alumni Cruise scheduled for October 4 - 13.  The ports of call are on the shores of Greece, Italy, Monaco, France, and Spain. Price: From $2,999 per person, double occupancy. 

Cruise Program Includes:
• Free round-trip airfare from select cities
• Eight nights aboard Riviera cruising to historic and scenic ports of call
• All meals, entertainment, and use of facilities aboard the ship
• Private welcome reception
• And much more

The deadline to receive the $1,000 Early Booking Savings (per stateroom) for the Mediterranean Mosaic has been extended to May 1!

If you would like to learn more information about the UE Alumni Cruise, a webinar will be offered on Thursday, March 26, at 4:00 p.m. central time. Please e-mail or call 812-488-2586 to receive an invitation to the webinar. Be sure to give your name and e-mail.

For more details, go to:  or

Limited availability! Sign up now to reserve your space! To reserve your space on the ship or ask questions, contact Go Next at 800-842-9023 or 952-918-8950.

* Spare Change for Warriors

UEVETS (Veterans Education Transition Support) is sponsoring a Charity Bowling Tournament “Spare Change for Warriors” on Saturday, March 28. The event has been paid for by UEVETS and various departments around campus and is FREE to the teams and includes door prizes. What we are looking for are students to fill 10 teams of 4 people. The winning team of this event will receive 50% of the proceeds to be donated to the charity of their choice. The other 50% will be donated to UEVETS’ charity The Wounded Warrior Project. Interested organizations with teams should email Chris Haynes by Wednesday, March 25 at ch300 with their names and charity of choice. 

* disABILITY Awareness Events - iPad Mini Giveaway

March is Disability Awareness Month in Indiana. Please help us increase disABILITY Awareness by attending one or both of our upcoming events and enter our iPad Mini and gift card giveaway.

Student Panel Discussion – Tuesday, March 31, at 4 pm in Eykamp 252, Ridgway University Center
Panelists include UE students with various disabilities and Dr. Mary Lombardo-Graves, assistant professor of special education. They will be discussing what it is like to live and attend college while having a learning disability, Aspergers, dysgraphia, and visual, hearing and mobility impairments.

“Accessibility and the iPad” – Tuesday, April 7 at 4 pm in Eykamp 252, Ridgway University Center
Wade Wingler, director of assistive technology and the INDATA Project at Easter Seals Crossroads, will be demonstrating accessible apps on the iPad. The iPad is one of the most accessible tools of technology for people with disabilities. Wade will be bringing 40 iPads for the audience to use so this will be a fun and interactive presentation! 

* Women's HER-Story Speaker: Eliaichi Kimaro

Eliaichi (E-Lee-Ah-Chi) Kimaro is coming to campus on Thursday, March 26. She will show her documentary film, A Lot Like You: The Culture We Inherit and the Legacies We Choose, from 7-9 pm that evening in Ridgway University Center, Eykamp 251, with a discussion after from 9:00-9:30 p.m. She is a dynamic speaker with an explosive personality and all will enjoy her film and discussion.

For more information contact: LaNeeca Williams, Diversity and Equity Officer at lw161 or ext. 2413.

* Calling ALL Women on Campus to celebrate Women's HER-Story Month

All women leaders on our campus and in the community are invited to attend a brown bag lunch on Thursday, March 26, to meet the Women's HER-Story Month speaker, Eliaichi Kimaro. Drinks and dessert will be provided.

The event will be from 11:30 a.m-1 p.m. in Dunigan Lounge (Room 160), Schroeder School of Business Building. Some of you may have class or meetings around that time but if you can, feel free to pop-in, even if just for just a moment that will be great as well.

This is an excellent opportunity for women leaders to get together and have friendly open dialogue in honor of Women’s HER-Story Month.


* PT Club Meeting

The PT club will be having a meeting on Thursday, March 26, at 12 pm. It will be in Graves Hall Room 104. Please come join us! 

* Spanish Film Club to Show Movies about women's stories

Join us this Friday evening March 27 at 7:00 pm in Room162 in Schroeder School of Business Building to watch a Spanish-language movie that shows the situation that some women are suffering nowadays in Hispanic society. For more information please contact Francis Prexl-Orti ( or Dr. Lorena Andueza ( 

* Theatre Department opens MACHINAL in the May Studio Theatre

The University of Evansville Department of Theatre opens Machinal, by Sophie Treadwell, Friday Mar. 27, at 7:30 p.m., in the May Studio Theatre. The show will continue with performances at 7:30 p.m. on Mar. 28, 30, 31, and Apr. 1, 2 and at 2:00 p.m. on Mar. 29.

Out of the smoggy, bustling streets of 1920’s New York emerges the story of one ordinary woman who is trapped between her desires and the necessities of her mechanized life. Playwright Sophie Treadwell draws from the true story of the infamous “Black Widow,” Ruth Snyder, the first woman executed by electric chair in the state of New York.

Through Treadwell’s use of Expressionistic language and accentuated soundscapes, she turns a murder scandal into a beautiful exploration of a nightmarish human life, distorted and prohibited from reaching its one desire:  love.

Episodic scenes from various stages of the young woman’s life express the conflict between the rules of the world and the desires of the human heart, leading to tragic and dark consequences.

Anna Rhoads, a senior stage management major from Salem, Ind., takes the helm as director of the production. The cast includes seniors Sarah McAfee, from St. Louis, Mo.; Anders Nerheim, from Minnetrista, Minn.; Ben Anderson, from Los Angeles, Calif.; Emily Daly, from Milwaukee, Wis.; Steffan Clark, from Owensboro, Ky.; juniors Carter Caldwell from Louisville, Ky.; Devin Fluker, from Las Vegas, Nev.; sophomore Nate DeCook, from Holland, Mich.; freshmen Davis Cowart, from Bronwood, Ga.; Baxter Pitt, from Dallas, Texas; Jacob Sellers, from Fort Branch, Ind.; Kira Vuolo, from Westminster, Colo.; and Braden Wilkerson, from Fort Worth, Texas.

The creative team for Machinal includes scenic design and technical direction by senior Logan McGuire, from Fort Collins, Colo.; costume design by junior Alison Clifton, from Temple, Texas; lighting design by Assistant Professor of Theatre Stephen Boulmetis; sound design by senior Aaron R. Johnson, from Salem, Ind.; the dramaturg is sophomore, Robbie Love, from St. Louis, Mo., and the stage manager is junior Serena Montsma, from Hudsonville, Mich.

In its original premiere in 1928 at the Plymouth Theatre, Machinal was described in The New York Times as a ”triumph of individual distinction, gleaming with intangible beauty…an illuminating, measured drama such as we are not likely to see again” and was hailed in the Times as a play that “in a hundred years…will still be vital and vivid.” Indeed the play has prevailed; Machinal was recently revived at the Roundabout Theatre Company in New York City and garnered four Tony Award nominations.

Tickets are $11 for adults and $9 for senior adults, students, and UE faculty and staff. UE students may pick up their free student rush ticket beginning at 12:00 p.m. on the day of the performance they wish to attend. Seating is limited and patrons are encouraged to make reservations by calling 812–488–2031, Monday through Friday, 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

* Kiss Away Cancer!

Come support BMOC in kissing away cancer! Zeta Tau Alpha will be hosting a table in Ridgway University Center where you can aid in the fight against cancer. The table will be set up from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 26. We will have cut out lips that you can purchase for .50 cents. On these lips, you can put the name of someone you know that is a cancer survivor, has cancer, or your own name showing that you are supporting the efforts to get rid of cancer. The lips will then be displayed on our poster board in Ridgway. If you do not wish to purchase a lip but still want to help the cause, donations will be accepted as well. 

* 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 Thursday, March 26, 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


Info You Should Know

* Trinidad and Tobago program application deadline extended

The deadline for the upcoming International Cultural Immersion Experience in Trinidad and Tobago has been extended and the charges have been revised. This program is open to students from all majors and will take place from May 25 – June 7. Applications must be received by Monday, March 30.

Revised information about reduced costs, travel dates, and other deadlines can be found on the UE Study Abroad page:

The online application is available here:

Please contact Marissa Mitchell, coordinator of short-term programs abroad, at mm353 or 488-2039 if you have any questions.

* Graduate Reminder

May graduates who still need a cap and gown for graduation should visit the UE Bookstore soon. Master and doctoral regalia is custom made and takes about 4 weeks to arrive. Graduates who need graduation announcements can order them in the Bookstore as well at any time. 

* Spring Healthy Lifestyle Challenge Ending

The current 8 week employee challenge ends March 28. Please return your logs to Human Resources by April 1. You may also return the logs to the wellness nurse during the Wednesday campus visits. 

* UE Environmental Management News

If you are a Warrick County resident, you can bring your household hazardous waste and obsolete electronics to ALCOA Warrick Operations on April 11 from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Proper disposal of hazardous waste and used oil keeps hazardous substances out of local streams and rivers. For more information, check out the UE Environmental Management Facebook page at

* Summer/Fall Adoptions Due

Faculty are reminded that adoptions for the Summer Session terms and Fall 2015 are now due in Bookstore. If you have any questions please contact the UE Bookstore or your department's administrative assistant. 

* Fall 2015 Harlaxton Applications Still Available

There are places still available for students in the Fall 2015 Harlaxton group. For course info contact or stop by Office of Study Abroad in Schroeder Business Building in Room 261

* SAB Positions Available

Applications for next year's Student Activities Board positions are available for pickup in the Center for Student Engagement. The application is due by Friday, March 27 by 5 pm to the Center for Student Engagement. Positions available are Entertainment, Special Events, Movies, Homecoming, and Marketing. Please contact Anna ( or Geoff ( for more information. 

* Distribution Services Reminder – Good Friday

Since UE campus will be closed Friday, April 3, please note the following adjustments and plan accordingly. These adjustments will help to ensure there is sufficient time to complete deliveries before campus closes on Good Friday.

UE Mail Services

• UE Mail Services will close at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 2 and re-open on Monday morning, April 6.
• Offices that plan to be closed earlier than Friday, April 3, are asked to notify Mail Services in advance to avoid unnecessary morning deliveries.
• For Mail related questions, contact Mail Services at extension 2197 or

UE Copy Services

• UE Copy Services will close at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 2, and re-open on Monday morning, April 6.
• Offices that plan to be closed earlier than Friday, April 3, are asked to notify Copy Services in advance to avoid unnecessary deliveries.
• For Copy related questions, contact Copy Services at extension 2948 or

UE Central Receiving

• UE Central Receiving will close at 4:30 on Thursday, April 2, and re-open on Monday morning, April 6.
• Offices that plan to be closed earlier than Friday, April 3, are asked to notify Central Receiving in advance to avoid unnecessary deliveries.
• For Receiving related questions, contact Central Receiving at extension 2181 or

* Applications for Summer Work-Study Available

On-campus jobs are available during the summer for continuing UE students. 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

* Faculty Regalia Rental

Faculty and administrators who need regalia rented for May graduation should contact the UE Bookstore to make arrangements for rentals. Please make arrangements by April 1st if at all possible. 

* GAP Program Now Accepting Applications/Nominations for Fall Semester

Put your skills to work on a real-world project
Get valuable experience and build your résumé
Learn to work with people from different majors
Develop professional confidence
Get the coaching and guidance to succeed
Participate in the GAP Program!

GAP is open to all majors.  Students are invited to apply directly to the program.  Faculty or administrators are encouraged to nominate students by completing a brief nomination form online.

To learn more about the GAP Program and fall projects, visit the website.

* UE Dining Survey online March 16-25

The UE Dining Survey is NOW available! Your feedback is important to us. Please go to:

The survey covers Café Court, Jazzman's and Ace's Place.

At the end of the survey, click on the "Click here to enter drawing" for a chance to win a prize! One winner will win a 32" Samsung LED TV, 5 winners will win one gift card to either Starbucks or TGIFridays and 10 winners will win a Papa John's peeler that includes a free pizza!

Your comments and concerns are very important within UE Dining. 

* Help the #FeedTheirLegacy Food Drive

The Muslim Students' Association is asking the UE community to help them collect food for a national food drive.

On February 10, three innocent Muslim students, Deah, Yusor, and Razan, were murdered in North Carolina. Since February 13, a national food drive has been set up to honor the victims.

Why a food drive you ask? These three beautiful souls lived to serve others. Deah's last post on Facebook, before they were killed, showed him feeding the homeless people in North Carolina. We feed their legacy by feeding those in need.

Cans and money are being collected nationwide and the mosque in the Tri-State area is participating in this charity. All cans will be donated to Tri-State Food Bank here locally. All money will be used to purchase cans.

Over 48,000 cans have been collected. You can see the food drive in action on this site:

To donate cans or money, please contact the president of UE's Muslim Students Association Kareem El-Khodary at 

* Vote for People's Choice Award in Student Art Exhibition

Stop by the Melvin Peterson Gallery to view the 53nd annual Student Art Exhibition and cast your vote for the People's Choice Award. Each visitor may cast one vote for his or her favorite piece of artwork. The student whose piece earns the most votes by the end of the exhibition on Friday, April 3, will be declared the winner and receive a $150 cash award.
The Melvin Peterson Gallery is open noon-3:00 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, and noon-6:00 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday.

For more information, please contact the Department of Art at 812-488-2043.

* Grant Funds Available to Faculty for Research and other Scholarly activity: ARSAF Deadline April 1

The deadline for applying for ARSAF (Alumni Research and Scholarly Activity Fellowships) is Wednesday, April 1, at 5 p.m. Approximately $15,000 will be awarded for the 2015-2016 academic year. Full time faculty are eligible to submit a proposal for consideration. More details and the online application can be found in Acelink under the Academic Affairs area, online forms. Questions? Contact or extension 2586. 

* 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).



* Birth Announcement - Henry James Sager

Henry James SagerCongratulations to Assistant Professor of History Robin Sager and husband John Sager on the birth of their son Henry James Sager. The newest citizen of the History Nation was born at St. Mary’s Hospital at 11:01 am on Thursday, March 19. He was 8 lbs., 1 oz., and 21 inches, welcomed by sibling Cleopatra the Cat. 

* William Baer's latest book has been published

Professor of Creative Writing William Baer’s latest book, a collection of short fiction entitled One-and-Twenty Tales, has just been published by Mockingbird Press.  A number of his poems, mostly sonnets, have recently appeared in various literary journals, including First Things, Light, Verse-Virtual, and The Raintown Review.



* Katterhenry notches hole-in-one at Samford

The first shot of the day proved to be a good one for University of Evansville sophomore Kayla Katterhenry as she fired a hole-in-one as the Purple Aces finished up the Samford Intercollegiate in Hoover, Ala.

Her shot helped her to earn her second-consecutive top two finish as she tied for second place in the tournament. Her final score was a 225. It tied her with Alison Hovatter of Ole Miss. Mississippi’s Stani Schiavone was the top finisher in the event, posting a 225. She shot the low round of the event with a 65 on Tuesday. Her margin of victory was ten strokes.

Cathy Doyle’s consistent spring continued. She posted her third top 12 finish in a row, taking 12th place with a 232. She followed up Monday’s rounds of 79 and 75 with a 78 to clinch the finish. Coming in a tie for 39th for the Aces were Maggie Camp and Giulia Mallmann. They each registered final scored of 251.

Camp carded an 81 on Tuesday while Mallmann finished the day with an 83. Dana Hayden was next for UE. Her final score was a 273. Individuals Rachel Marchi and Kelly Lamarche finished with scores of 276 and 289, respectively.

Helped by Schiavone’s final round of 65, Ole Miss took top team honors with a 3-round total of 907. The Rebels began the day in second place, four strokes behind Samford. On Tuesday, the team combined for the lowest round of the event – a 297 – as they won by eight shots over Samford. Louisiana Monroe took third with a 931. Evansville remained in sixth place with a 959.

A trip to Peoria, Ill. to participate in the Bradley Invitational is next up for the Aces. It will take place on April 3 and 4 at Weaver Ridge Country Club.

* UE Baseball Visits SIUE on Wednesday

The University of Evansville baseball team (9-10, 1-2) begins a stretch of eight consecutive road games with a contest at SIUE on Wednesday. First pitch is set for 6:00 p.m. at the Simmons Baseball Complex in Edwardsville, Ill.

UE RHP Ryan Billo (1-1, 2.05) vs. SIUE TBD

Audio is available at .

The contest will all have live stats provided at .

Fans can also follow the Aces progress on twitter. Updates will be posted on the @UEAthletics account.

The Aces received a career-high 8.0 innings from freshman pitcher Brodie Harkness in a 3-1 win over #18 Dallas Baptist on Sunday afternoon. Harkness (3-1) yielded just one unearned run on four hits as the Aces earned their first victory over a ranked opponent since winning at #4 Vanderbilt on Feb. 26, 2014. Outfielder Kevin Kaczmarski broke a scoreless tie with a two-run triple in the fifth and then scored on a balk for the 3-0 edge. The triple moved Kaczmarski into sole possession of third place in program history with 15 triples.

SIUE (8-10, 8-1) began the season with eight consecutive losses but have now won eight of their last 10 games entering mid-week action on Tuesday night vs. Indiana State. The Cougars most recently won two of three at Tennessee Tech last weekend.

Evansville holds a 13-2 lead in the all-time series with SIUE. The Aces have won five consecutive meetings dating back to an April 4, 2011 defeat 4-1 at SIUE. Last season, UE won the only matchup of the year with a 15-7 win at home on April 1. Juniors Kevin Kaczmarski and Kyle Pollock each drove in four runs apiece.

Statistically, Evansville is led offensively by outfielder Kevin Kaczmarski who is hitting .404 this season. Outfielder Josh Jyawook is also batting at a .303 clip. Infielder Jonathan Ramon has a team-best three home runs. First baseman Eric McKibban has a team-high 22 hits and is on a 7 game hitting streak. Right-handers Ryan Brady (2.70 ERA) and Conor Gilligan (2.89) both hold ERAs under 3.00 as six Aces have combined for the team’s nine wins. The team is cumulatively hitting .254 this season with a 4.66 team ERA.
Infielder Keaton Wright has posted a team-best .429 batting average this spring. Outfielder Dustin Woodcock (.379) is the only other Cougar hitting over .300 this year. Catcher Parker Guinn has blased a team-high six home runs this year. Reliever Brett Thomas holds the lowest ERA for SIUE at 2.60. Five pitchers have combined for the team’s eight wins, including three by righty P.J. Schuster. The Cougars have a .262 team batting average and a 5.52 ERA.

* UE's Brodie Harkness Named MVC Pitcher of the Week

The Missouri Valley Conference announced on Monday that University of Evansville baseball player Brodie Harkness was named Pitcher of the Week.

Harkness (3-1) had a career day in the Aces’ 3-1 win over #18 Dallas Baptist on Sunday. The freshman left-hander threw a career-high 8.0 innings in the victory, yielding just one unearned run on four hits.

The Bowmanville, Ont. native allowed three infield singles against the top hitting team in the Missouri Valley Conference. The Patriots didn’t get a hit out of the infield until there were two outs in the eighth.

Harkness pitched around three defensive errors and limited DBU to a .160 batting average. He also retired five batters in a row mid-way through the game and also struck out five batters in the win, the first UE victory over a ranked opponent since winning at #4 Vanderbilt on Feb. 26, 2014.

This is the second Pitcher of the Week award for Harkness this season who also received the same honor back on March 9. That week, the lefty threw 6.0 scoreless innings of one hit baseball and a career-high eight strikeouts vs. Western Illinois. Harkness had two strikeouts in each of the first three innings on his way to a new career-high. He also retired the final 14 batters he faced in the Purple Aces 10-0 win over the Leathernecks.

Two Purple Aces have received a total of three MVC Player/Pitcher of the Week honors this season.

Outfielder Josh Jyawook was named MVC Player of the Week on Feb. 16 after his .385 weekend series against Arkansas – Little Rock. He scored a team-high five runs, hit a home run (grand slam) and collected 8 RBIs in the three-game set.

The Purple Aces (9-10, 1-2) begin a stretch of eight consecutive road games this week with four contests away from Braun Stadium. UE plays at SIUE on Wednesday, March 25 at 6:00 p.m. The Aces then have a weekend series at Indiana State starting on Friday, March 27 at 6:30 p.m. The game on Saturday, March 28 will begin at 2:00 p.m. and the Sundays series finale is slated for a 1:00 beginning.

Evansville’s next game will be Wednesday, March 25 at SIUE at 6:00 p.m. The next home game for the Purple Aces is Tuesday, April 7 against UT-Martin. The game will be held at Braun Stadium and begin at 6:00 p.m. Tickets to the game are $7 for adults and $5 for seniors/children.


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