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Friday, March 11, 2016

Upcoming Events

* William R. Connolly Ethics Lecture set for March 14

Rebecca Todd Peters will be the speaker at the seventh annual William R. Connolly Ethics Lecture planned for Monday, March 14. Her topic will be “Solidarity in a Globalizing World.” The lecture begins at 7:00 p.m., in Eykamp Hall, Room 251, Ridgway University Center. It is free and open to the public.

For more information, contact Lisa Kretz, director of the Ethics Program, at or the Department of Philosophy and Religion at 812-488-2165.

* Financial preparedness class for new parents

The University of Evansville and St. Mary’s Hospital for Women & Children are offering a class on financial preparedness for new and expectant parents on Thursday, April 7, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The class will be in the St. Mary's Gift Conference Room.

While the class is free, registration is required. To register, go to and click the "Class or Event" tab, or call Terry Cooper at 812-485-6016.

This class is for those having their first child and for those who are welcoming another baby to the family.

Topics to be addressed in the class include household financial planning, taxes and insurance, and resources available for those needing assistance.



* Katterhenry finishes second as UE women wrap up Florida trip

Kayla Katterhenry finished just one stroke shy of her second win in a row, tying for second as the University of Evansville Women’s Golf team took seventh at the Bulldog Florida Invitational at Windsor Parke.

Katterhenry fired off a 76 on Thursday as she finished the event just one behind Ball State’s Kelsey Sear, who was the medalist. Katterhenry posted a 75 in the first round.

Tying for twenty-sixth was freshman Maria Pickens. After her 78 on Wednesday, Pickens shot an 87 in the final round to tally a 165.

Maggie Camp was third on the squad. Improving by seven shots in the final round, Camp recorded an 84 to finish with a 175. She came home one ahead of Giulia Mallmann, who finished the event with a 176. Madison Chaney carded an 88 on Thursday and finished with a 180.

Both of UE’s individuals finished the tournament with scores of 183. Rachel Marchi posted a 92 in the first round and a 91 in the second while Carly Waggoner opened with a 91 and carded a 92 in the final round.

Evansville finished in seventh place in the tournament with a 666. They were eight shots out of the top five. Western Michigan and Ball State tied for the team win with score of 631.

Up next for the Aces is a trip to Sevierville, Tennessee, for the Tennessee Tech Invitational on March 21-22.

* Rick Voyvodic wins Butler Invitational

University of Evansville senior Rick Voyvodic finished a dominant tournament atop the leaderboard as he shot a 1-under 71 to earn medalist at the Butler Invitational at Windsor Parke.

Voyvodic registered a 74 on Wednesday to lead by one before finishing his final round under par to defeat Butler’s Joey Arcuri by five shots. Voyvodic’s final tally finished with a 145.

His performance helped the Purple Aces take second in the team tournament, just two behind Butler. The Aces posted a 623 while the Bulldogs clinched the win with a 621.

Second for Evansville was Tyler Gray. Rounds of 75 and 82 saw him tie for tenth place with a 157. Behind him was Will Knights, who carded a 78 on Thursday to finish with a 162, tying for seventeenth. Joseph Addante matched that total. Addante improved by four shots in the final round as he notched a 79. Wil Pahud made the largest jump on the squad. Pahud followed up his first round of 85 with a 79 on Thursday, improving by six strokes.

Pacing UE’s three individuals was Jon Pick. Pick tied for tenth place with a 157 after his round of 77. Noah Reese posted scores of 82 and 81 as his 163 tied for twenty-first. Austin Carmack tied for twenty-sixth with his final tally of 169.

Up next for the Aces is a trip to Sevierville, Tennessee, for the Tennessee Tech Invitational on March 21-22.

* Aces Tennis drops final match of road trip to Mercer

The University of Evansville Women’s Tennis team (5-10, 0-0) wrapped up their four-match road trip on Thursday when they took on Mercer in Macon, Georgia. Mercer was able to defeat the Aces 6-1 and handed them their first loss of their trip. The Aces finished 3-1 over the four match stretch.

The lone victor on the day for the Aces was sophomore Kennedy Craig who was able to defeat Mercer’s Haley Powell by a score of 6-4, 2-6, 10-4. The sophomore was able to finish 4-0 in singles play throughout the four-match stretch.

The remainder of the results from yesterday's action is as follows:

Singles Competition
1. Katia Stravroulaki (MER) def. Marina Moreno (UE) 6-0, 6-1
2. Xandra Fougner (MER) def. Katie Delgado (UE) 6-2, 6-3
3. Grace Korta (MER) def. Andjela Brguljan (UE) 3-6, 6-2, 10-5
4. Kennedy Craig (UE) def. Haley Powell (MER) 6-4, 2-6, 10-4
5. Liza Klyachkin (MER) def. Leah Helpingstine (UE) 6-0, 6-0
6. Roxy Bartz (MER) def. No Player (UE), by default

Doubles Competition
1. Katia Stravroulaki/Grace Korta (MER) def. Kennedy Craig/Katie Delgado (UE) 6-2
2. Liza Klyachkin/Haley Powell (MER) def. Andjela Brguljan/Marina Moreno (UE) 6-4
3. Xandra Fougner/Roxy Bartz (MER) def. No Player/No Player (UE), by default

The Aces will be back in action on Sunday when they host Southeast Missouri State at Tri-State Athletic Club. The match is slated to start at 10:00 a.m. CST.


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