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Monday, April 11, 2016

* Thursday, April 14 is UE's Pep and Vim Annual Day of Giving

On Thursday, April 14, let's come together as a campus community for 24 hours of giving. This powerful giving experience is a unique opportunity to highlight how we can work together to share commitments, build a stronger campus, and improve the quality of life for our students. Our goal is 500 gifts in one day. We can accomplish this with your help! Visit for more information. 


What's Happening Today

* Annual Hesburgh Lecture set for today

Everyone is invited to attend the fourth annual Hesburgh Lecture - “What Race is, and What it is Not!” - sponsored by the Notre Dame Alumni Club of the Tri-State and the University of Evansville William L. Ridgway College of Arts and Sciences. The lecture will take place on Monday, April 11, at 7:00 p.m. in Smythe Lecture Hall (Room 170), Schroeder School of Business Building. This event is free and open to the public.

The guest speaker, Agustín Fuentes, earned a BA in zoology and anthropology, and an MA and PhD in anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley, and is currently a professor of anthropology at the University of Notre Dame. His current focuses include cooperation and bonding in human evolution, ethnoprimatology and multispecies anthropology, evolutionary theory, and public perceptions of, and inter-disciplinary approaches to, human nature(s).

Fuentes’s recent books include Evolution of Human Behavior, Centralizing Fieldwork: Critical Perspectives from Primatology, Biological and Social Anthropology, Biological Anthropology: concepts and connections, Monkeys on the Edge: ecology and management of long-tailed macaques and their interface with humans, and the forthcoming Race, Monogamy, and other lies they told you: busting myths about human nature.

Key recent articles include “Naturecultural Encounters in Bali: Monkeys, Temples, Tourists, and Ethnoprimatology” in Cultural Anthropology and “The New Biological Anthropology: Bringing Washburn’s New Physical Anthropology into 2010 and beyond” in the Yearbook of Physical Anthropology.

Current research projects include the ethnoprimatology of Singapore, interdisciplinary approaches to understanding human nature(s), and an evaluation of the roles of cooperation, community, and niche construction in human evolution.

* Charlas: Informal Conversation in Spanish - Latin American-style fiesta

Come and enjoy the last "charla" of the semester by partaking in a small Latin American-style fiesta. Students of all levels of Spanish are invited to meet today at 5:00 p.m. next to Jazzman's in Ridgway University Center to practice Spanish in a relaxed atmosphere with Fulbright foreign language teaching assistants from Venezuela and Argentina. Hope to see you there! 

* Newman Club Monday Night Dinner and Discussion

All are welcome to join the Newman Club today for our weekly Monday night dinner and discussion. Kimberly Baker of St. Meinrad will be joining us to lead a discussion on the power of cross-cultural ministry.

Baker is an assistant professor of church history at St. Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology. Baker’s area of specialty is the theology and spirituality of the early church. She earned her PhD in theology from Notre Dame, and her particular research focus is Augustine’s preaching on the life of the Church. Baker's interest in theology first developed during her two-year post-college service experience as a campus minister in Cote d'Ivoire, West Africa. More recently, she has been involved in cross-cultural mission and learning experiences in Haiti and Calcutta, India. She is co-chair of the planning committee for a leadership conference, “Women of the Church: Strength of the Past. Hope for Tomorrow,” planned for October 7-9, in Ferdinand, Indiana.

We hope to see you there! Please call or text Kristel at 812-760-8610 for more information!

* Honors Program project presentations continue on April 11-14

The Honors Program invites you to attend the Honors Program project presentations on April 11-14.  The Honors project is an opportunity for students to explore an area about which they are passionate. The Honors project may consist of a research project, thesis, or creative work.  Students may use the Honors project to launch areas of interest for graduate study or to expand résumés for employment.

We hope you will join us to hear the fascinating work that this year’s Honors students have completed.  Special thanks are extended to all faculty, advisors, and others who have supported the Honors students in their educational achievements. 

Please see below a schedule of the presentations, which will take place in Room 101, Koch Center for Engineering and Science.

Today from 3:00–4:00 p.m.

Nicolette Juncker, public health/pre-physical therapy - “Nutrigenetics and its Effect on the American Population”
Michaela Kent, exercise science/pre-physical therapy - “Differences in Body Image of Females Participating in Lean, Non-lean, or No Sports”
Cynthia Medina, exercise science/pre-physical therapy - “Benefits of Strength and Balance Training in Elderly Individuals: A Literature Review”

Today from 4:00–5:00 p.m.

Elizabeth Claire Kunz, archaeology/mathematics - “Roman Cyst Tombs and the Ancient Road at Jezreel”
Emily Stewart, archaeology/history - “More than Pottery Shards: Understanding Evidence for Modern Conflict in Jezreel”
Tim Smith, archaeology/art history - “Archaeology or Treasure Hunting?”

Thursday, April 14 from 3:00–4:00 p.m.

Eugene Hoffman, mechanical engineering - “Thermosiphon Research Project”
Cameron Roberts, electrical engineering - “GPS Guided Drone”
Lilia Mast, computer science - “PANDA: Patterns of Arbitrary Nature Difference Applier”

Thursday, April 14 from 4:00–5:00 p.m.

Korey Brock, mathematics - “The Effectiveness of Neuromarketing with Traditional Marketing Techniques”
Cameron Wickes, biology - “Identification of novel caspofungin resistance genes in the pathogenic fungus, Candida glabrata, by next generation sequencing of induced mutants”
Kaitlin Koenig, global business - “Women in Business”

* Sigma Alpha Iota Cold Stone Creamery fundraiser

Sigma Alpha Iota, the women's music fraternity, is having a Give Back Night at Cold Stone Creamery today. Stop by either the east side or west side location between noon and 9:00 p.m.,mention Sigma Alpha Iota, and present this flyer, and Sigma Alpha Iota will receive 25% of the designated purchases. Enjoy some ice cream and support Sigma Alpha Iota!


Upcoming Events

* Writing Center Boot Camp - APA and CMS Style

Writing Center Boot Camp - APA and CMS Style is planned for at 5:00 p.m. today at the Writing Center. This workshop will cover how to format and cite papers according to the APA and CMS style manuals, including the cover page and reference page, internal citations, running heads, footnotes, and endnotes. Join us in the Writing Center on Wednesday for this useful session! 

* This Week in Music: University Symphony Orchestra concert

The University Symphony Orchestra will present its Spring Concert in Neu Chapel tonight at 7:30 p.m. Visiting assistant professor and director of orchestral activities Jessica Morel will lead the ensemble in a program that will include works by French composers Gabriel Fauré and Camille Saint-Saëns, and by American composer Frank Witherspoon. The concert is free and open to the public. 

* Crick Lecture on learning and memory planned for today

The final Crick Lecture in Cognitive Science and Neuroscience is planned for today at 4:00 p.m. in Room 100, Koch Center for Engineering and Science. The guest speaker will be Michael Jones, professor of psychology and informatics at Indiana University. Jones's lecture, "Scaling Models of Knowledge Representation," will both discuss and demonstrate the use of machine learning models to understand human learning and memory. The talk is intended for a non-specialist audience. 

* Wednesday Night Mass

Don't forget to join the Newman Club every Wednesday evening as we participate in the 5:30 p.m. Wednesday Mass at St. Benedict Cathedral. We will meet each Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. at the Newman Center before making our way to the cathedral.

We hope to see you there! Please call/text Kristel at 812-760-8610 for more information!

* Newman Club cookout with the seminarians!

The Newman Club would like to invite everyone to join us today at 6:00 p.m. as we host a cookout for our seminarians! Come help us thank Tam and Ambrose for all that they have done for us this semester while we enjoy food, music, magic, and more! We hope to see you there!!

Please call/text Kristel at 812-760-8610 for more information!

* I-House: Costa Rica

Hello everyone! This week's I-House presentation will be on Costa Rica! Mariela León Thomas is so excited to tell you all about her country. Her major is physical therapy, and she does aerial dance in silk. She loves how culturally diverse UE is. Be sure to stop by today at 7:00 p.m. upstairs in Ridgway University Center! 

* Campus Community invited to Pep and Vim celebration

Students, faculty members, employees, and alumni are invited to Ri Ra Irish Pub next Thursday, April 14, from 5:00-7:00 p.m. to celebrate Pep and Vim and the wrap of UE's annual day of giving. Light appetizers will be served. Door prizes and good company! Questions? E-mail or call ext. 2586. 

* UE Andiron Lecture planned for April 13

Mitch Gieselman '78, University of Evansville alumnus and pastor at Aldersgate United Methodist Church, will be the guest speaker for UE’s Andiron Lectures in Liberal Arts and Sciences on Wednesday, April 13. The lecture will begin at 4:00 p.m. in Eykamp Hall, Room 252, Ridgway University Center, with a social hour at 3:45 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

Gieselman’s topic will be “The Prophets of Penzance: The Wesleys Take Cornwall and Bristol (and They’re Probably Way Cooler than You Thought).”

Gieselman has lived in southwestern Indiana nearly all of his life. After earning his BS degree in psychology at UE, Mitch obtained his MDiv from United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio. Following his ordination in the Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church, he has served six congregations including his current appointment at nearby Aldersgate UMC, where he has been lead pastor for more than 12 years.

Gieselman is involved in a number of community endeavors particularly as they pertain to interfaith ministries and justice ministries. Alongside his considerable international travel, he has led tour groups to Israel and Rome. He is also a familiar face on the UE campus, as he is the chapter counselor of his fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon, and he has been involved with the Neu Chapel Society, the President’s Club, and numerous volunteer opportunities.

“That the students at UE are enrolled in a United Methodist-related institution is not a secret to most,” said Gieselman, “but that fact will scarcely inspire so much as a yawn, even among those of a Methodist background. This presentation probably won’t do much to alter that, but a trip through southwestern England might help someone understand why John and Charles Wesley, the founding brothers of Methodism, were the ‘rock stars’ of their time.”

Gieselman added that the “Wesleys certainly didn’t limit themselves to that part of England, or even to that part of the world, but the footprints they left, particularly in Cornwall and Bristol, reveal them to be culture-changing mavericks - not only in the religious realm, but in society as a whole, taking on social responsibility efforts in health care and education among the poor and marginalized, as well as serving as staunch abolitionists, risking their lives to give voice to those who had none. They also knew a cool place when they saw it.”

For more information, please call 812-488-1070 or 812-488-2589.

* Women 4 Women: Lessons for Launching Your Career

Women 4 Women: Lessons for Launching Your Career, a women's leadership and professional development seminar, will be held on Tuesday, April 12, from 4:00-5:30 p.m. in Room 162, Schroeder School of Business Building. Organized by the 2016 Athena nominee finalists, these local leaders will discuss personal development, career identification, resume building and interviewing, developing a personal brand, and volunteering and networking. Also, students who attend the free seminar may sign up to shadow a businesswoman and past Athena finalist in their fields of interest. Seminar registration is available through this website

Please contact Emily Fiedler at with questions. 


Info You Should Know

* 2016-2017 letterhead and envelope orders due April 19

The Office of Publications has distributed letterhead and envelope ordering information. If your department uses letterhead or envelopes during the fiscal year, this is the time to order it. We are able to get a substantial price break on boxes of envelopes (500 quantity) and reams of letterhead (500 quantity) due to the size of the order. Smaller orders placed later in the year will be more expensive.

If you did not receive the ordering information from the Office of Publications, please e-mail or call ext. 2561.

Orders are due April 19.

* Give Back Night for the Kids!

College Mentors for Kids is an organization on campus that pairs college students with the most to give with young children who need it the most. We meet every Wednesday with 40 students in grades 1-5 at Joshua Academy, providing them with a role model and education on college, diversity, and community service. These students come from very low-income households and are in need of the assistance and friendship they receive through our nationally recognized program. College Mentors For Kids runs purely on donations.

Help us keep the UE chapter thriving by using this voucher at Azzip Pizza on Green River Road on Wednesday, April 20. Get some grub and help the kids. They will greatly appreciate it.



* Seeking two camp residence directors

This summer the Office of International Admission is hosting 16 high school students from China on July 16 through August 6. We are looking for two students, preferably one male and one female, who will be available to live in the residence halls, go on weekend trips, and actively participate with these students. These are paid position that requires overnight stays on and off campus. The ideal candidate likes to work with students from different cultures. Daytime involvement might be necessary, but most of the responsibilities will be in the afternoon to night. Anyone interested should contact Kiersten Saltwick, international admission counselor, for more details at or 812-488-2434. Inquiries should be received by April 30.

* Attention May 2016 graduates

If you will be a May 2016 graduate and have earned a military honorable discharge or a general discharge under honorable conditions, are on active duty, or in active drilling status, please notify Cherie Leonhardt in the Office of Veterans Affairs at or call 812-488-2141, ASAP. The Office of Veterans Affairs and UE VETS has a special graduation gift for you! 

* Purple flags in the Front Oval

Today marks the beginning of the week-long Philanthropy Week campaign, which has the goal of increasing campus awareness and knowledge of how philanthropic giving impacts UE. When walking around the Sesquicentennial Oval today you’ll notice 7,457 purple flags. These flags represent everyone who donated to UE last year. Without this donor support many academic programs, student scholarships, and facilities would not be possible.

Stop by the Philanthropy Week table in Ridgway University Center Monday–Thursday 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. and learn more and participate in activities.

* Housing extended stay requests

UE Housing facilities will close at noon on Thursday, May 5; 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. The extended stay requests will be accepted up until 5:00 p.m. on Reading and Study Day, Wednesday, April 27.

* Purchasing procedures announced for May 2016

As the end of the University’s fiscal year approaches on May 31, Administrative Services and Accounting and Audit announce the following procedures related to purchases of goods and services during May.

Pcard Purchases

  • Pcard purchases posting on the May statement (cycle end date is May 23) will be paid from FY 2015-2016 funds. Most shipments post on your Pcard within three to four business days. However, vendors have up to nine business days to post transactions.
  • Pcard purchases posting from May 24 through May 31 will be paid from FY 2016-2017 (new year) funds, unless the item purchased exceeds $500. Purchases exceeding $500 will be paid from FY 2015-2016 funds.

Office Depot Orders

  • Normally, Office Depot orders placed online by 3:00 p.m. for items in stock are delivered the next business day. Upon delivery, the transaction should post on your Pcard within three to four business days.
  • Office Depot orders received by May 15 will likely post on the May 23 Pcard cycle and be paid from FY 2015-2016 funds.
  • Office Depot orders placed and received but posting to the Pcard between May 24 and May 31 will be paid from FY 2016-2017 funds, unless the items purchased exceed $500. Purchases exceeding $500 will be paid from FY 2015-2016 funds.

Purchase Orders

  • Approved requisitions converted into purchase orders and delivered by May 31 will be paid from FY 2015-2016 funds.
  • Approved Requisitions indicating FY 2016-2017 written on them in red ink will be processed with a delivery date of June 1 or later.
  • Backordered Purchase Orders not delivered by May 31 will be paid from FY 2016-2017 funds.

Blanket Orders

  • All FY 2015-2016 Blanket Orders expire on May 31.
  • Approved Requisitions for FY 2016-2017 (new year) Blanket Orders may now be submitted with June 1, 2016, through May 31, 2017, effective dates.
  • Backordered Blanket Order items not delivered by May 31, 2016, will be paid from FY 2016-2017 funds.

Requisitions for Check Request

  • All services completed and items purchased (and on campus) by May 31 must be submitted on a WebAdvisor voucher to Accounting and Audit by Monday, June 20, to be paid from FY 2015-2016 funds. Any pre-May 31 purchases submitted for payment after this date will be charged to FY 2016-17.


* Birth Announcement - Simon Gregory Edwards

Congratulations to Geoff Edwards, assistant dean of students and director of the Center for Student Engagement, and his wife Christina on the birth of their son Simon Gregory Edwards. Simon was born Wednesday, April 6, and was 7 lbs., 10 oz., and 20 3/4 inches long. His big brother Benjamin welcomes him home.  

* Maass publishes book review on US rise to power

UE political science professor Richard Maass had a book review published in the Spring 2016 issue of Political Science Quarterly. In it, he reviewed Power and Restraint: The Rise of the United States, 1898-1941 by Jeffrey Meiser. In it, Meiser explains how institutional characteristics and anti-imperialist norms limited the ability of expansionists within the US government to pursue their goals during the early twentieth century. 

* Research published in American Mathematical Monthly

Clark Kimberling, professor of mathematics at UE, and Kenneth Stolarsky, professor emeritus of mathematics at the University of Illinois, have an article in the American Mathematical Monthly. Entitled "Slow Beatty Sequences, Devious Convergence, and Partitional Divergence," the article introduces the term "devious convergence" for any sequence (x_n) that converges to a number L so slowly that for every huge number B, there is some L' other than L such that x_n = L' for more than B numbers n. The article then introduces the term "partitional divergence." Examples of limiting behavior for both types are drawn from Beatty sequences. By courtesy of the Mathematical Association of America, the article can be downloaded to viewers of AceNotes.



* Aces rout Wichita State in series finale

Strong pitching and an equally potent line-up proved too much for visiting Wichita State on Sunday afternoon as the Aces picked up a run-rule-shortened 11-1 victory at Charles H. Braun Stadium.

The Aces (17-13) have now won three consecutive series, and the 10-run loss represented the first time WSU (11-21) had been run-ruled in any game since a trip to Braun Stadium in 2014.

The prowess of Alex Weigand on the mound was an eye-opener as the freshman southpaw was able to keep Shockers hitters guessing, striking out seven over six innings on the way to improving to 3-1 on the mound. He allowed just one run on six hits, and the win comes on the heels of fellow freshman Brandon Gomer’s victory a day prior.

“After the way we played Friday, it was great to get two great starting pitching performances from freshmen on Saturday and Sunday,” UE head coach Wes Carroll said. “Alex did not look like a freshman on the mound today. He was in complete control, and it was just an overall great outing from him today.”

“Alex was very effective all day, and he had a lot of command,” added UE catcher Boomer Synek. “When Weigand does that, he can give guys a hard time. He keeps the guys off balance and guessing, and his fastball has a lot of life on it too. He was making the hitters really uncomfortable, and it’s always great to get a performance like that on a Sunday.”

Weigand certainly received a lot of help at the plate as well, beginning with a five-run two-out rally in the third. Eric McKibban got it started with an RBI single to center, and Jeff Christen crossed home on a wild pitch to double the advantage before Synek hammered a three-run blast over the right field fence.

“I thought it could be out when I hit it, but you never really know here at the Braun,” Synek said of his homer. “I knew I had good contact with it, and I had a feeling that it had the distance, so I just put my head down and kept running.”

Synek ended the day 2-for-4 with four RBI, and McKibban was also 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBI.

A passed ball and Christen single in the fourth resulted in another run, and Trey Hair followed up an inning later with a solo home run to left to make it 7-0.

After WSU reclaimed a score in the sixth, back-to-back doubles from Stewart Nelson and McKibban re-established the seven-run cushion, but UE wasn’t finished yet. Synek and Josh Jyawook would each single home another score before a Tyler Jones wild pitch allowed Synek to score and bring the game to its premature end.

The Aces will return to non-conference action on Tuesday with a trip to Murray State before returning to Braun Stadium next weekend for a three-game set with MVC foe Bradley.

* Mallmann paces UE in day one at ISU

Giulia Mallmann was the low shooter for the University of Evansville as the Women’s Golf team completed day one of the ISU Spring Invite in Terre Haute.

Mallmann finished the opening round with an 80 and ranks tied for thirty-first overall. She finished the day two strokes ahead of Kayla Katterhenry, who notched an 82 to open the tournament. Katterhenry is tied for forty-first.

Maggie Camp was third for the Purple Aces. Her effort of 83 has her tied for fiftieth. Madison Chaney was next in the opening round. The freshman carded an 86. Fellow frosh Maria Pickens rounded out the team with an 88.

Individuals Rachel Marchi and Carly Waggoner each finished Sunday’s round with scores of 89.

As a team, Evansville ranks in a tie for twelfth place with a team score of 331. UE is tied with Drake in that position. They are seven behind eleventh place SIU Edwardsville.

Host Indiana State leads the team standings. Their round of 308 is two ahead of William Woods and five on top of Western Illinois and Oakland, who are tied for third.

Lauren Tibbets of Butler leads the individuals. Her round of 72 is two ahead of a second-place tie.

The squads have one more round remaining this morning.


* Aces fall to Bradley by a score of 6-1

The University of Evansville Women’s Tennis team (8-15, 0-1) wrapped up a three-match weekend on Sunday morning when they traveled to Peoria, Illinois, to take on the Bradley Braves. The Aces fought hard but dropped their third match in a row on the weekend to the Braves by a final score of 6-1.

In the match, the Aces were able to again get a win at flight six singles from sophomore Kennedy Craig. Craig who picked up victories on Friday against Indiana Wesleyan and Saturday against Illinois State was able to defeat Malini Wijesinghe by a score of 6-4, 7-6.

Coach Jayson Wiseman said on the match, “We struggled today to find our rhythm and our consistency. Bradley did a great job of taking advantage of that and just out played us this time out. We have plenty of things to work on this week to prepare for next week’s home stand against Drake and UNI.”

Singles Competition
1. Ariel Dechter (BU) def. Andjela Brguljan (UE) 6-3, 6-2
2. Alejandra de Lasa (BU) def. Katie Delgado (UE) 6-1, 6-0
3. Ashley Thai (BU) def. Marina Moreno (UE) 6-2, 6-0
4. Alexa Brandt (BU) def. Marina Darzyan (UE) 6-4, 6-2
5. Aimee Manfredo (BU) def. Doreen Crasta (UE) 6-1, 6-2
6. Kennedy Craig (UE) def. Malini Wijesinghe (BU) 6-4, 7-6

Doubles Competition
1. Ashley Thai/Alexa Brandt (BU) def. Marina Darzyan/Doreen Crasta (UE) 6-4
2. Ariel Dechter/Aimee Manfredo (BU) def. Katie Delgado/Kennedy Craig (UE) 6-2
3. Irinka Toidze/Alejandra de Lasa (BU) def. Marina Moreno/Andjela Brguljan (UE) 6-2

The Aces will see their first home conference action next weekend when they host Drake on Saturday and then follow that up with a match on Sunday when they host UNI. These two matches will be the final two home matches of the season for the Aces.

* Aces clinch series with 3-2 win over Shockers

Danielle Freeman notched two hits while Morgan Florey got the job done in the circle to lead the University of Evansville softball team to a 3-2 win over Wichita State in the series finale on Sunday at Cooper Stadium.

The win gave Evansville (16-19, 4-8 MVC) its first Missouri Valley Conference series win since 2013 when UE took two out of three at Missouri State.

“I could not be more proud of these girls,” Aces head coach Mat Mundell said. “The fight that they showed all weekend was great. We got some timely hits, great pitching, and solid defense. This is a big win for us.”

Freeman had two of UE’s eight hits in the game while Susan Norris and Kristin Koepke also had runs batted in. Florey pitched all seven innings, giving up two runs on six hits en route to her ninth win of the season.

Wichita State (21-16, 7-5 MVC) was the first to get on the board as Macklin Hitz hit a solo shot to right in the top of the first inning, but Evansville came right back in the bottom of the frame. With two on and two outs, Danielle Freeman singled to center to knot the game at 1-1.

In the top of the third, the Shockers retook the lead on a sacrifice fly, but Evansville made another rally in the bottom of the fourth. Hayli Scott drew a walk to begin the inning before Danielle Freeman laced a long single to center. After both runners moved up on a sac bunt, Susan Norris hit a double to center to tie it up at 2-2 with one out. One batter later, Kristin Koepke gave UE its first lead of the day as her single gave the Aces a 3-2 advantage.

Florey handled it from there as she sat the final ten WSU batters down in order to clinch the victory.

Evansville is back on the road for its next eight games. The road trip begins next weekend with a Saturday doubleheader at Illinois State.

* Big Blue Invitational up next for Men's Golf

The President’s Reserve Course at Hermitage Golf Club will be the venue as the University of Evansville Men’s Golf team heads to Nashville, Tennesse, for the Big Blue Invitational on Monday and Tuesday.

Tennessee State is the host for the 54-hole event, which will see 36 holes of play on Monday and 18 more on Tuesday.  Action commences with an 8:00 a.m. shotgun start on both days. 

The tournament field will consist of 14 teams plus individuals from Jacksonville State University. Teams participating are: Belmont, Detroit, Evansville, Murray State, SIUE, Tennessee State, Tennessee Tech, UT Martin, Wisconsin-Green Bay, John A. Logan, North Greenville, Walters State, West Alabama, and West Georgia.

A great all-around team effort saw the University of Evansville Men's Golf team jump into fifth place in the final round of the Hoosier Invitational on Sunday afternoon.  All five Purple Aces golfers finished with rounds of 76 or lower to make the jump into the top five.

Leading the way once again was Rick Voyvodic, who notched another 73 to finish in a tie for eleventh with a final score of 146.  Tyler Gray matched Voyvodic's effort, recording a 73 of his own.  He tied for sixteenth with a 148.

Wil Pahud carded the low round of the day for the squad, notching a 72.  He tied for 21st with a 149.  Will Knights finished the second round with a 75 and tied for thirty-sixth place while Joseph Addante notched a 76 and finished the event with a 160.


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