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Thursday, April 23, 2015

* Photographer on Campus

A photographer will be on campus for a photo shoot Wednesday, April 22, through Friday, April 24. 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 either of these days, please inform Kim McDonald at ext. 2683 and the classroom will be avoided.

* Parking During Upcoming Spring Visit Days

Spring is a busy season for the Admissions Office with numerous visitors to campus. We have three scheduled visit days on April 11th, April 24th, and May 15th. Please help us welcome our guests by keeping the parking in front of Olmsted Hall, especially the purple marked areas, open for their convenience. Thanks in advance for helping our prospective students feel welcome!


Upcoming Events

* April 29 Obsolete Electronics Recycling - Hale loop drive from 12 to 4 pm.

Students and employees (faculty, administrators and staff) can bring the following personal, obsolete electronic equipment to be recycled at no cost:

• LCD displays, LCD TV’s and LCD monitors, computers, printers, fax machines, laptops, cell phones, PDAs, cables, circuit boards, connectors, electrical equipment, audio video equipment, DVD players, stereos, radios, calculators, speakers, VCRs. Small quantities of batteries will be accepted.

The following items will NOT be accepted:
• Fluorescent light bulbs (including compact bulbs), refrigerators, freezers, microwaves, stoves, vacuum cleaners, dehumidifiers, leaking batteries and any other items C&I Electronics deems not acceptable.
• CRT TV’s and CRT computer monitors
• Electronics owned by the University.

NOTE: The cost of processing TV’s and computer monitors has increased significantly, and the University is no longer able to cover these items. However, these items may be brought to the following locations:
• C&I Electronics located at 1700 N Lafayette Ave, Evansville, IN 47711 Monday – Friday from 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The cost will be $0.30/lb.
• Your county’s electronics recycling days – for more information see the Environmental Department Facebook page at

For more information or questions contact Jan Schrader at js652 or 2697.

* UEAAA Reunion Weekend 2015

Join the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations in welcoming over 80 UE African American Alumni (UEAAA) on campus from Friday to Sunday, April 24 – 26. The weekend will kick off with 18 UEAAA presenting workshops & participating in an etiquette luncheon on Friday, April 24. On Saturday, in Ridgway University Center, events will include the UEAAA and BSU Panel Discussion, titled “UE Then and Now” at 9:30 a.m. and The Annual Luncheon will be from 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. The luncheon will feature Zerah Priestly Carter Scholarship awards, Senior Pinning Ceremony for graduating seniors, a BSU presentation, and more. There will be a reunion Gala at the Victory Theatre, from 6 to 11 p.m., with Joyce Washington ‘72, president and CEO of the Washington Group, Ltd. as the keynote speaker. The UEAAA Reunion Service will conclude the weekend from 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. in Neu Chapel. ALL ARE WELCOME to the Saturday panel discussion and the UEAAA Sunday Worship Service!

For more information go to:

* This Weekend in Music: UE Opera and More

The UE Schmidt Family Opera Series will present a concert of twentieth-century opera scenes in Wheeler Concert Hall this Friday and Saturday evening, April 24 and 25, at 7:30. The program, subtitled “Mostly Menotti,” will offer scenes from Menotti’s operas The Telephone (1947) and The Old Maid and the Thief (1941), as well as a scene from Samuel Barber’s A Hand of Bridge (1959). Assistant Professor of Voice Alanna Keenan will direct the performances, and pianist Kristin Jones will provide the accompaniment. The performances are made possible by the Schmidt Family Opera Series. Admission is $10. UE students will be admitted at no charge with a valid student ID.

Three small ensembles will join together for a Woodwind Ensembles concert in Wheeler Concert Hall on Sunday afternoon, April 26, at 1:00. Associate Professor and Department Chair Thomas Josenhans will conduct the Clarinet Ensemble, Consortium Flute Instructor Cara Dailey will lead the Flute Ensemble, and Assistant Professor of Music Education Shawn Teichmer will direct the Saxophone Ensemble in performances of works and arrangements primarily from the Modern era. The concert is free and open to the public.

Sunday afternoon will also feature a guest artist recital with pianist Adam Golka performing in Wheeler Concert Hall at 4:00. The recital will include works by the Polish modernist composer Witold Lutos?awski, as well as works by Bartók and Chopin. The concert will culminate in a performance of Brahms’s Sonata No. 1 in G Major, Op. 78 for violin and piano, with Eykamp String Quartet violinist Jessica Tong joining Golka for the work. The concert is free and open to the public.

The Women’s Chorus and the vocal chamber ensemble Kantorei will give a joint concert in Neu Chapel at 6:00 p.m. Sunday evening. Associate Professor and Director of Choral Activities Dennis Malfatti will lead both ensembles in a performance of works from the Baroque to the Modern era, including works by Purcell, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Fauré, and Aaron Copland. The concert is free and open to the public.

The weekend’s final event will be a performance by the Department’s various small brass ensembles in Neu Chapel at 7:30. The program will include the UE Trumpet Ensemble under the direction of Professor of Trumpet Timothy Zifer, the UE Horn Ensemble under the direction of Consortium Instructor of Horn Marc Zyla,and the UE Low Brass Ensemble under the direction of Assistant Professor of Low Brass Kenneth Steinsultz. Much of the repertory will consist of arrangements of works from composers as diverse as Renaissance madrigal composer Carlo Gesualdo, Mozart, and Wagner. The concert is free and open to the public. 

* UE Newman Club Senior Appreciation Cookout

The Hale Hall grills and volleyball court are reserved for Newman Club's senior appreciation cookout this Monday, April 27 @ 5:30pm. Senior Lukas Cichon along with Steve Dabrowski, director for young adult ministry for the Catholic Diocese of Evansville will be grilling hot dogs and hamburgers/cheeseburgers. Alanna Payne and Cecelia Cottrill will be making baked beans, and there will be plenty of chips and cookies! Call or text 812-760-8610 or email with questions or for more information. 

* Changing Face of Leadership Conference

On this Friday, April 24th the Black Student Union and the UEAAA are co-sponsoring the Changing Face of Leadership conference on campus featuring an workshops by alumni members, an etiquette luncheon and keynote speaker Nyle Fort from Ferguson, MO. and a small minority business fair.

All campus members are invited to listen to Nyle Fort speak from 9-10 am tomorrow in the Schroeder School of Business Atrium on how to stand against racism in partnership with the local YWCA;s national Stand Against Racism Event. The small minority business fair will also be located in the Atrium from 8:30 until 10:30 am.

For more information please contact LaNeeca Williams at or 812-488-2413.

* Department of Theatre presents A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE

The University of Evansville Department of Theatre proudly presents Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire, opening Friday, April 17, at 7:30 p.m., in Shanklin Theatre. Additional performances are at 7:30 p.m. on April 18, 23, 24, 25, and at 2:00 p.m. on April 19 and 26.

This Pulitzer Prize-winning play opened on Broadway in 1947 and cemented Tennessee Williams as one of America’s greatest playwrights.  In the steamy heat of the French Quarter, Blanche DuBois arrives on the doorstep of her younger sister, Stella, with a trunk of old furs and a romantic, yet mysterious, portrait of her life as a Southern belle in Mississippi.  The tension between Blanche and Stella’s brutish husband, Stanley, grows as thick as the humid New Orleans’ night air.  Ultimately, a mix of desperation and primal passion ignites an explosive encounter resulting in the shattering of the last vestiges of Blanche’s genteel illusions.

* Last University Worship Service of the Semester

Please join Reverend Tammy Gieselman in Wheeler Concert Hall this Sunday, April 26 at 10:30 a.m. for the last university worship service of the semester. This will be a special service for the students and everyone is invited to attend.

* Graduate programs in Higher Education

University of Evansville’s Center for Career Development invites to you to register for Indiana State University Information Sessions on Monday, April 27. The sessions will be in Eykamp 254, Ridgway University Center.

Student Affairs and Higher Education Session
Master's Degree
10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Educational Administration: Higher Education Leadership Session
Doctorate Degree
12:00 – 1:30 p.m.

Complimentary boxed lunch provided. Registration limited to 20 people per session.

Registration link:

* Tree-Planting/Retirement Reception this Sunday

The annual Tree-Planting/Retirement Reception is this Sunday beginning at 1:30 pm. The tree will be planted on the lawn between Morton Hall and Neu Chapel. A reception immediately follows in the Class of ’59 Gallery in the Ridgway University Center.

Those retiring attending this year’s event are:  Kathryn Bartelt, Robert Ciscell, William Louden, James Schaefer and Dean Thomlison.

Everyone welcome! 

* Creative Writing Coffee Hour Senior Reading April 23rd

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 at the Melvin Peterson Gallery at 4 pm on April 23, for a delightful and often moving send-off to our graduating seniors. 

* Spanish Film club pays tribute to Gabriel García Márquez

Join us this Friday April 24 at 7:00 pm in Room162 in Schroeder School of Business Building to watch a movie based on one of Garcia Marquez’s novels. Gabriel García Márquez (6 March 1927 – 17 April 2014) was a Colombian novelist, short-story writer, screenwriter and journalist, but is best known for his novels, such as One Hundred Years of Solitude (1967), The Autumn of the Patriarch (1975) and Love in the Time of Cholera (1985). Considered one of the most significant authors of the 20th century, he was awarded the 1972 Neustadt International Prize for Literature and the 1982 Nobel Prize in Literature. For more information please contact Francis Prexl-Orti ( or Dr. Lorena Andueza ( 

* Fridays @ Five This Week Celebrating John David Lutz's 50 Years at UE

President Thomas Kazee, University Chaplain Tamara Gieselman and the Office of Academic Affairs invite you to celebrate John David Lutz’s 50 Years at UE with friends and colleagues during Fridays at 5 this Friday, April 24 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. in the Melvin Peterson Gallery. Complimentary refreshments and light appetizers will be served. 

* Crick Lecture this Friday at 2:00 Featuring UE alum, Alex Bies

Crick Lecture in Cognitive and Neural Sciences

Alex Bies, Cognitive Neuroscience Doctoral student at the University of Oregon, UE alum

Friday, April 24, 2015, 2:00 – 2:50 p.m. Vectren Lecture Hall (KC100)

A fresh perspective on drawing with perspective: why some individuals' drawings are more accurate than others are
We performed a series of experiments that address why some individuals draw more accurately than others did.  In our laboratory drawing task, we asked participants to remember and subsequently report the width of a cuboid that was briefly presented on a computer screen. We manipulated the objects by rotating them, providing various amounts of 3D context, and asking the participant to report the physical (i.e., the measurable width if the object were not rotated away) or perceived (i.e., the retinal image as would be drawn from the participant’s perspective) width of the object.  Statistical analyses revealed a common factor across all of our task manipulations that were related to participants’ overall “drawing” accuracy.  Factors that reflected our manipulations also emerged.  Differences in individuals tendencies to systemize and empathize, level of training in realistic drawing, and self-reported drawing ability interacted both with each other and particular facets of our drawing task.  We found that individuals who have taken a class on drawing make more accurate perspective-width judgments than those who have not.  We also found that experience in an art class, individual differences in a specific personality trait, and self-appraised drawing ability interact to explain a large amount of the variability of the precision of individuals’ width judgments on drawing tasks.  Our results may reflect a broader impact of these factors on the veridicality of individuals' memories of objects.

* Writing Center Boot Camp: CMS Style

Our final workshop of the semester will cover how to format and cite papers according to the CMS style manual, including the cover page and reference page, footnotes, and endnotes. If you have a CMS paper due, please join us this Wednesday, April 22 at 5 p.m. in the Writing Center. 

* History Spring Lecture: The Irishness of Georgia O'Keeffe April 23rd

The History Department welcomes Dr. Eamonn Wall as the speaker for this year's Spring Lecture, set for April 23, at 4 Eykamp 252, Ridgway University Center. The title of Wall's lecture is "The Irishness of Georgia O'Keeffe: One Afternoon in Abiquiu, NM."

In his lecture, Wall will recount an afternoon spent visiting O'Keeffe's home in Abiquiu, New Mexico. O'Keeffe, one of the greatest twentieth century American artists, was born into a part Irish American family in Wisconsin, and had settled in New Mexico in 1949 after spending many years in New York. Working on a study of Irish American writers, artists, and musicians, Wall had come to O'Keeffe's home in search of the Irish American elements in her work. The visit to O'Keeffe's home, and time spent the following day in Cerrillos, the hometown of James Patrick McNulty, who managed the nearby Tiffany mine, forced him to further refine and enlarge ideas of belonging and identity.

Wall is the author of Writing the Irish West: Ecologies and Traditions (Notre Dame, 2011) and From the Sin-e Cafe to the Black Hills: Notes on the New Irish (Wisconsin, 2000). In addition, he has published seven volumes of poetry including the recently published Junction City: New and Selected Poems 1990-2015 (Salmon Poetry, 2015). His lecture is part of a new study of Irish and Irish American writers, artists, and musicians. Wall is Smurfit-Stone Professor of Irish Studies at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

* Dirt Day!

April 25th is Dirt Day at John James Audubon State Park in Henderson, KY. We are looking for volunteers to help out with trail work and the beautification of our gardens! Volunteers can meet at the museum by 8:30 am and will work until Noon, at which time, we will serve lunch! No tools or experience is necessary but we do expect volunteers to be properly clothed--closed toed shoes and clothes you don't mind getting a little dirty! Registration is appreciated, but not required. Please contact for any further information or to register for this event. See you out at the park! 

* Engineering Excellence/Sponsor Day

Observe greatness at the first Engineering Excellence Day!

View the Concrete Canoe, Steel Bridge, Baja Buggy, Formula Car, IEEE Robots, and Fire Fighting Robots on Friday, April 24, from 1:00 to 5:30 pm on the Grass Knoll (East of Ridgway). Visit with the teams that designed and built the projects in order to learn more about what inspired them. Help thank our special guests and the sponsors who made it possible to achieve these goals. Open to the general public, tours of Engineering and campus will be provided. Be sure and wear your purple!!


Info You Should Know

* Caution: Diet pills purchased online resulted in young woman's death

Counseling Services would like everyone to be aware of a recent article that tells the story of a 21-year old woman who purchased DNP pills online in order to lose weight. Taking these unregulated and illegal substances led to her death as a result of her body overheating. If you or someone you know is struggling with body image concerns or have considered turning to unknown ‘medications’ to manage your weight, consider speaking to a counselor about your concerns. Counseling Services provides free and confidential services to students. If you would like to schedule an appointment you may call the office at 488-2663 or stop by the office on the 2nd floor of Ridgway. To read more about this young woman’s story and the dangers associated with these pills, please click on the link below:

* Summer/Fall Text Adoptions Due Now
This is a reminder that adoptions for the Summer and Fall 2015 terms are due in the UE Bookstore. With Buyback starting next week it is important to turn in any adoption for any book that might have been used in the past so that students get the most for their books at Buyback. If you have any questions please contact the Bookstore.
* Housing Extended Stay Requests

UE Housing facilities will close at noon on Thursday May 7; however, all students are asked to depart from housing within 24 hours of their last exam. Those students needing to stay past the posted closing date, including graduating seniors, should submit an Extended Stay Request up until 5:00 p.m. on Reading and Study Day.

* UE Summer Housing Available

Students who will be staying in Evansville for the summer can apply for UE Summer Housing. Summer students will be housed in Schroeder Hall. Applications are available in the Office of Residence Life and are due on April 24th. See our website for more information.

* April Pcard Cycle Ending – Reminder

The April Pcard Cycle began on 3/24/15 and ends on 4/21/15. Pcards statements must be reconciled and printed from SDG2 as of 4/23/15 and submitted along with your receipts in a Pcard Envelope. GL will upload on 4/28/15 and cardholders will be unable to make SDG2 edits for the month of April 2015.



* Karen Martin Receives Employee of the Year Award

Karen Martin and Dr. KazeeKaren Martin, Administrative Associate in the Office of Student Affairs and Dean of Students, was presented with the Employee of the Year Award at the Staff Recognition Dinner on Wednesday, April 22, 2015.  Known for her positive attitude, she has become well known across campus for her ability to “get the job done, with a smile”.  Her professionalism, combined with a servant’s heart, represent the University of Evansville at the highest level.

Other staff employees recognized at the annual dinner were:

5 - Year Service Award
Lisa Toelle – College of Education
Kathy Martyn – Depts. of English, History & Creative Writing
John Meyer – Maintenance
Jayne Schnacke – Physical Plant Offices
JoAnn Davis – University Libraries

10 - Year Service Award
Sharon Selby – Office of Technology Services
Cindy Jones – Dept. of Music

20 - Year Service Award
Julia Zuber – Student Accounts
Brenda Miller – Depts. of Psychology and Communication

25 - Year Service Award
David Sellers – Grounds Dept.

40 - Year Service Award
Donnie Dunville - Maintenance

Retirement recognition was presented to Nancy Frazier (Office of Admission) who is retiring in May 2015 and to Tina Newman (Dean of Engineering) who retired in March 2015.

* Biology and Environmental Studies students participate in Earth Day at Bristol Myer Squibb

As part of their personal commitment to social responsibility, three students from the Biology and Environmental Studies programs participated in Earth Day events at Bristol Myer Squibb on April 22. Megan Moran, Samantha Montgomery, and Maggie Lawrence provided information on:(1) sustainable efforts every household can do and (2) using milkweed plants as food sources and native flowers as nectar sources to help Monarch butterfly recovery. In addition, two posters/research projects were presented regarding what UE students were doing in relationship to restoration ecology: (1) examining native grasses as competitors for an invasive grass: Johnson grass. And (2) restoration efforts in a tropical rainforest. Thanks for actively participating in Earth Day!

* UE students Caitie Dierkes and Logan Blair selected as Undergraduate Research Award Finalists

Congratulations to Caitie Dierkes and Logan Blair for being selected as an Undergraduate Research Award Finalist for their abstract submitted to the National Athletic Trainers' Association Annual Meeting. Caitie Dierkes is a senior EXSS student that will be starting the Master's in Athletic Training program this summer. Logan Blair is also a senior EXSS student in his first year of the DPT program. Their abstract titled, Development of a New Jump-Landing Protocol for Dynamic Stability in High-Level Athletes, was selected as the top 5 abstracts submitted by an undergraduate student to the conference. Their research was conducted out of the Dunigan Movement Analysis Lab under the supervision of School of Public Health assistant professor, Dr. Kathy Liu. Caitie Dierkes will be presenting for the award at the conference at the end of June.

* UE Students Present Market Research Findings to AO Smith Corporation Executives

On Monday, April 20, University of Evansville students from BUS 350 (GAP) and MKT 490 classes travelled to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to present their market research findings to senior executives at A. O. Smith Corporation. In 2014, the company had engaged cross-disciplinary student teams from UE’s GAP Program and the market research class to conduct market research on a potential new product. The top teams were chosen to present their findings and recommendations to the panel of senior executives. This was the first time the company had engaged undergraduates in this type of work

A.O. Smith is best known for being the dominant force in the domestic water heater market and is quickly becoming a global leader in water technology.

The UE students who made the presentation were Robert Litchfield, whose major is internet technology; Charlotte Muscroft, whose major is marketing and global business; Amy Reinhart, whose major is communication; and Monika Tate, whose major is global business. The students were accompanied by UE President Thomas A. Kazee; Jill Griffin, executive director of the Institute for Global Enterprise; and Atefeh Yazdanparast, UE assistant professor of marketing.

* Nathan Putz, Biology '14 Coauthors Research Article

Nathan Putz, Biology '14 is coauthor of an article titled "Lung Epithelial Tissue Factor Regulates Alveolar Pro-coagulant Activity and Permeability in Direct Acute Lung Injury" that was published in the current issue of the American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology. Nathan is currently a research assistant in the Division of Allergy, Pulmonary, Critical Care Medicine at Vanderbilt University.

* Doug Reed featured performer on American Public Media's PIPEDREAMS program no. 1515

Pipe OrganDouglas Reed, University Organist Emeritus, is a featured performer on American Public Media’s PIPEDREAMS program no. 1515, “Americans Abroad.” Broadcast across the nation during the week of April 13, the program aired on FM88 in Evansville on Sunday evening, April 19. “Americans Abroad” includes six selections from Reed’s 1998 compact disc, IN MEMORIAM~WILLIAM ALBRIGHT, the first recording of the 1998 C.B. Fisk organ, opus 110, in the Minato Mirai Hall, Yokohama, Japan []. PIPEDREAMS is available on line at: Dr. Reed’s performances begin at minute 94 (hour 2) and conclude the broadcast. The local broadcast of PIPEDREAMS is sponsored by the Evansville Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.   

* 2015 Bike Race Results

Women's Race
1st Place - Chi Omega Cardinal
2nd Place - Zeta Tau Alpha Crown
3rd Place - Chi Omega Straw
Fastest Time Trial - Kristin Pins

2015 All Star Team
Kristin Pins-Chi Omega Cardinal
Tiffany Iseler-ZTA Crown
Athena Haake-Chi Omega Straw
Mary Beth Neise-AOII Rubies
Anneliese Trapp-ZTA Strawberry

Men's Race
1st Place - Sig Ep A
2nd Place - SAE
3rd Place - Sig Ep 1
Fastest Time Trail - Vince Cecil

2015 All Star Team
Vince Cecil-Lambda Choppers
Brian Grant-SAE
Josh King-Fiji
Taylor Allen-SigEp A
Christian Germonprez-SigEp 1

Congrats to all of the riders and their teams on a great race! Pictures and videos of the race can be viewed on the Intramural Twitter and Instagram social media sites under @UEIntramurals. 



* Kaczmarski leads UE Baseball to 9-6 win over NKU

EVANSVILLE, Ind. – The University of Evansville baseball team (21-16) recorded their third straight win with a 9-6 victory over Northern Kentucky (13-24) on Wednesday night. Outfielder Kevin Kaczmarski tallied three hits for UE with two runs scored, a home run, and two runs batted in. Starting pitcher Ryan Billo (5-1) yielded just two runs in 5.2 innings for the victory.

“It was a crazy midweek game but I thought we got a good pitching performance from Billo,” said Evansville head coach Wes Carroll. “Kevin is not throwing away at bats and staying locked in throughout the entire game. That is why he is being rewarded with the success he is having.”

UE broke the scoreless tie in the third with three runs. Outfielder Josh Jyawook brought the first run in on a bases loaded fielder’s choice, Kevin Kaczmarski tacked on another with an RBI double and infielder Jonathan Ramon rounded out the scoring with a run producing fielder’s choice. Ahead 3-0, the Aces added to their lead in the fourth with a sacrifice fly from outfielder Jarod Perry and another RBI single from Jyawook.

Down 5-0, NKU rallied back with a three-run, fifth inning home run from outfielder Cody Kuzniczci.

Leading by two, UE tallied another pair of runs in the bottom of the fifth on a bases loaded walk from infielder Stewart Nelson and a Perry single to left field.

Trailing 7-3, the Norse drew a run closer with a Quint Heady single in the sixth. Reliever Matt Rodgers then entered the game with the bases loaded and two outs. Rodgers induced an infield pop up to second but the ball fell down for a hit, scoring two runs.

Up 7-6, UE inched further ahead with an RBI triple from Ramon in the home half of the sixth. The triple was the fourth in Ramon’s career. NKU threatened again in the seventh but Rodgers kept the bases loaded with an inning ending strikeout of Heady.

Kaczmarski added a solo home run in the eighth and closer Brent Jurceka (seventh save) maintained the 9-6 lead in the final inning for the Aces win.

Perry extended his on base streak to 38 games and hit streak to 14. Jyawook also advanced his hitting streak to 15 games. First baseman Eric McKibban has reached base safely 24 games in a row. Kaczmarski has hit safely in 11 consecutive games. His third inning double gave him 58 in his UE career, now fifth most in program history. Nelson also tied a career-high with three walks.

UE is on the road this weekend for a three-game series at Bradley beginning on Friday, April 24. The Aces next home game is Tuesday, April 28 at 6:00 p.m. First pitch is 6:00 p.m. at Braun Stadium. Adult tickets are $7 as senior/youth tickets are just $5.

* UE Baseball Travels to Bradley this weekend

UE baseball is on the road this weekend for a three-game series at Bradley beginning on Friday, April 24. The Aces next home game is Tuesday, April 28 at 6:00 p.m. First pitch is 6:00 p.m. at Braun Stadium. Adult tickets are $7 as senior/youth tickets are just $5. 

* SIU Able to Take Victory Over Aces Softball

Evansville, IN – The University of Evansville Softball Team (10-39, 2-18 MVC) headed to Southern Illinois on Wednesday afternoon to finish up their three game series with the Salukis. Southern Illinois was able to take the victory over the Aces by a score of 4-3. The series started last week when the Aces hosted a doubleheader against the Salukis. They split the double header with the Salukis taking game one by a score of 2-0. UE was able to grab game to by a score of 5-4, which was won in walk off fashion.

UE was able to jump out to a quick 1-0 lead in the top of the fourth when Mariah Ferguson scored when Courtney Land reached on a fielder’s choice. The Salukis responded in the bottom of the 4th with Shaye Harre hit a two run homerun. Sydney Jones followed that up with a solo shot to make the score 3-1 in favor of the Salukis.

Chandra Parr and Danielle Freeman were able to tie it right back up in the top of the fifth when they hit back to back solo homeruns to make the score 3-3 heading into the sixth. In the bottom of the sixth, the Salukis were able to get a run from Jessi Heese when Jessa Thomas singled making it 4-3 in favor of Southern Illinois. The Aces weren’t able to get anything going in the top of the 7th making the final score 4-3 in favor of the Salukis.

Evansville will be back in action this weekend when they take their final road trip of the season to Wichita State to take on the Shockers in a three game series. Action will start on Saturday with a doubleheader scheduled for 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. CDT. The Series will wrap up on Sunday with the final game starting at 12:00 CDT.


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