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Monday, November 14, 2011

* Dedication of the New Corridor of Champions

The Corridor of Champions exhibit from Roberts Stadium which showcased many memorable moments from UE Athletics history, will soon have a premier spot in the atrium of the new Ford Center.  The display has been completely revamped, and that enhancement and move has been made possible by generous donations from the naming sponsor, Hilliard Lyons, and several supporting sponsors.

The new Hilliard Lyons Corridor of Champions will be dedicated in a private ceremony before the UE vs. IU game on November 16. All funds raised from tickets to the event will go toward completion of Phase II of the exhibit which will be a memorial wall honoring those who lost their lives the "night it rained tears." The 1977 UE plane crash touched and changed so many lives at the University and in the region. This will always be a part of the fabric of UE and Evansville.

The reception and ceremony will begin at 4:30 p.m. with remarks by Jerry Sloan (on video), Larry Humes, and Calbert Cheaney at 5:10 p.m., followed by Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel. Alan Newman of Hilliard Lyons will then unveil the Hilliard Lyons Corridor of Champions. Doors open at 4:15 p.m.

TICKET INFORMATION (Ticket required for admission)
Ticket price:  $100.00 (tickets are tax deductible and proceeds will go toward Phase II of the exhibit). Ticket is for dedication only; game tickets must be purchased separately.

Ceremony tickets can be purchased at the Ford Center Box Office, Aces Athletics Ticket Office (488-ACES), or by returning the form below to: Roberts Stadium Foundation, c/o The Ford Center, 1 SE Martin Luther King Blvd, Evansville, IN 47708.


Phone number:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

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Please hold                tickets in my name. Check enclosed.

                          I cannot attend, but please accept enclosed donation for the memorial exhibit.



What's Happening Today

* Dinner & Discussion at Newman Center Tonight

Everyone is invited to the Newman Center tonight for dinner and discussion on the new translation of the Roman Catholic Mass. Campus Minister Mike Roesch and seminarian interns Carl Wertin and Tim Wyciskalla will be there to answer any questions about these changes for the way Catholics worship. Dinner is served at 5:30, with the discussion beginning at 6:00. The Newman Center is located at 1901 Lincoln Avenue, just across the street from the Koch Center side of the front oval.

* International Education Week Nov 14-18

IEW begins Monday, Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. in Smythe Lecture Hall (Room 170) in the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building with featured speaker Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs John Mosbo. His talk will address “Experiences in Higher Education in the Middle East: The Gulf Cooperation Council.” For more details about this and all IEW events visit

* Tibetan Lama Speaking at UE Tonight

Arjia Rinpoche, a Tibetan lama and author of the memoir Surviving the Dragon: A Tibetan Lama’s Account of 40 Years Under Chinese Rule, will speak at Neu Chapel at 7:00 p.m. Monday, November 14. Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel will introduce Rinpoche.

Rinpoche is the highest ranking Tibetan lama to escape Tibet since the Dalai Lama’s escape in 1959. He spent years in forced labor camps and is considered an authority on current Chinese/Tibetan relations.

At the Dalai Lama’s request, Rinpoche moved to Indiana after his escape to head the Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center in Bloomington, founded by the Dalai Lama’s late brother. In 2010, Rinpoche published his life story, Surviving the Dragon, which includes a foreword by the Dalai Lama. Rinpoche will sign books before (6:00-6:30) and after (8:30-9:00) his lecture.

This event is hosted by the Office of Religious Life.


Upcoming Events

* This Week in Music

The Eykamp String Quartet, UE Opera, and a choral concert highlight the week.

The Eykamp String Quartet, the Department of Music’s resident string ensemble, will perform in Wheeler Concert Hall this Tuesday evening, November 15, at 7:30.  Quartet members include violinist Gared Crawford, Concertmaster of the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra; violinist Jung-Min Shin, the EPO’s Associate Concertmaster; violist Craig Bate, Principal Violist of the EPO and of the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra; and EPO Principal Cellist Kevin Bate.  The ensemble will open the concert with Alexander Glazunov’s Five Novelettes, Op. 15.  Pianist Thomas Drury will then join the quartet for a performance of Antonin Dvo?ák’s Piano Quintet No. 2, Op. 81.  The Eykamp String Quartet is made possible by the special underwriting of Rita, Richard, and Dorothy Eykamp, friends of the University of Evansville and the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra.  The concert is free and open to the public.

The Department of Music’s Schmidt Opera Series will present Johann Strauss’s Die Fledermaus in Wheeler Concert Hall this Friday and Saturday evening, November 18 and 19, at 7:30.  Mistaken identity, love, betrayal, social climbing, and practical jokes all mix together in 1890s Vienna in this beloved comic operetta, which includes spoken dialogue along with musical numbers.  Associate Professor of Voice and Opera Jon Truitt will conduct the performances, and pianist Kristin Jones will provide accompaniment.  The performances are made possible by the Schmidt Opera Series.  Admission is $5. UE students can attend a free performance on Thursday, November 17. 

The UE Men’s and Women’s Choruses will perform in Neu Chapel on Sunday evening, November 20, at 6:00.  Also appearing will be the University chamber choir, Kantorei.  Director of Choral Activities Dennis Malfatti will conduct all three ensembles in performances of works ranging from the Renaissance to the modern era.  The concert is free and open to the public.

* Fun and Free Language Lessons

OPEN TO ALL, 30-minute language lessons will be offered Wednesday, November 16 from 11-4 in Eykamp. Languages include Portuguese, Persian, Swahili, Russian, Spanish, German, Mandarin Chinese, Arabic, Thai, Wolof, Kurdish. For times and full International Education Week schedule, visit .

* Principal Panel this Tuesday in Eykamp Hall

Come join ISEA this Tuesday Nov. 15 at 6 p.m., as they host the Principal Panel in Eykamp. This is opportunity to hear from some of Evansville's Princpals. They will talk about their day to day lives. The obstacles they face. This is a great event for all majors. Whether you are interested in the legal, administrative or student aspect of education. Principal Panel is an amazing opportunity. Join ISEA and meet those making a difference in the community around us. 

* International Video Conferencing: World Bank Economist to Speak to UE Students Nov. 21

Dr. Farrukh Iqbal, a World Bank economist currently on assignment in the Middle East will be talking to UE students in Room 170 (Smyth Hall), in the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building at 8 a.m. on Nov. 21.  Dr. Iqbal has been at the World Bank for the last 28 years and is currently the Director of the Strategic Cooperation Department. He obtained his bachelors degree from Harvard University and his PhD degree in Economics from Yale University. He has graciously accepted an invitation from Walayet A. Khan, Professor of Finance, to give a presentation entitled "Unending Crises? The Current Global Economic Situation" 

The event is open to the UE community and the public.

* Congressman Mike Sodrel to Speak Wednesday

On November 16, Congressman Mike Sodrel will be speaking on the topic of “More Liberty or More Government?” What kind of political system will bring back prosperity to the United States economy? In the words of Congressman Sodrel, “For me it’s still about liberty. What we have secured…and defended with blood and bullets, we are about to lose with ballots. We are about to lose it from lack of understanding.” Come join us at 4 p.m. in Room 170 (Smythe Lecture Hall) in Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building to find out answers to your questions about the economy and all those “isms” (socialism, communism, fascism, etc.). 

Mike Sodrel was a member of the United States House of Representatives from 2005-2007 serving the Ninth Congressional District of Indiana. Under his leadership, Sodrel Truck Lines, Free Enterprise Motor Coach, and Sodrel Logistics (SOLO) grew from less than 100 employees to over 550. Congressman Sodrel has been recognized as the Southern Indiana Small Business Person of the Year and elected as Chairman of the Southern Indiana Chamber of Commerce. He has received many community leadership awards and has been honored with distinction by several service organizations. Currently, he is Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Constitution Institute.

* International Bazaar This Friday

ISC would like to invite everyone to the 25th annual International Bazaar. So come take a journey with us around the world and experience first hand the many exquisite food our booths have to offer and the fascinating  and colorful cultural performances in a night of Multicultural Chaos! Admission is $7 for students and $10 General Admission (proceeds to benefit UNICEF) So invite your friends and bring your family to support a good cause on November 18, 2011 from 4:30-8:30pm at Eykamp Hall, in the Ridgway University Center.

* Student-Alumni Mentoring Program Speaker Luncheon

Please Join us for the second Student-Alumni Mentoring Program Speaker Luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 17 from noon-1 p.m. in the J. Henry Schroeder Boardroom (Room 203) in the University Libraries.  These luncheons are sponsored by the Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education and Office of Alumni & Parent Relations and offered to the campus community. The speaker will be Dana Nelson, social media strategist and owner of @DanaMNelson & Social Strategist, OutCloud.  She will be discussing "Social Media & Professional Networking."

To reserve a free box lunch, RSVP by Monday, Nov. 14 by emailing


* International Education Week Nov. 14-18

On Tuesday, Nov. 15, IEW events include: UE student presentations on international study, research, and internships from 9:00-4:00 in Eykamp Hall and Focus on Africa panel at 7 p.m. in Room 71, Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building. For full listing of student presentations and additional IEW information, visit

* MLA and APA Focus of Writing Workshop

Finishing a research paper and have questions about the MLA or APA style guide? Come to the Writing Center at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 15! Writing Center tutor (and senior education major) Kayla Brenton will discuss the importance of citation, determination of what to cite, and proper format. The Writing Center is in the Clifford Memorial Library Building, entrance facing Koch Center.

* Athletic Department Cookbook Sale - Proceeds Go to Toys for Tots

The University of Evansville Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) will be selling Athletic Department Cookbooks this winter to raise money for the U.S. Marine Toys For Tots Foundation. Cookbooks include over 70 recipes submitted by student-athletes, coaches and the athletic administration.

The cost of the cookbook is $10 and all proceeds go towards SAAC's annual participation in the Toys For Tots program. For the past six years, UE student-athletes have donated over $6,000 and purchased toys for children in the greater Evansville area.

SAAC representatives will be selling cookbooks near the main entrance at the Ford Center this Saturday at the UE/Butler, and again on Nov. 16 for the UE/IU game. Cookbooks will be available for purchase during the two hours leading up to tip-off both days.

Fans can preorder the books to be picked up at the Ford Center on the day of the games. Arrangements can also be made to pick up the cookbooks at Carson Center at a later date. For long distance fans, cookbooks can be shipped with a $5 shipping and handling fee added to the total cost.

For more information or to preorder a cookbook, contact women's tennis player Kelsey Costales at

* Art Department Senior Show

The art department's senior seminar will launch its first senior showcase next week. The show, titled "Abstract Outlook," will host an opening reception on Monday, Nov. 14, from 11 a.m. - noon in Krannert Gallery. All are welcome!

* Mittens and Hats and Gloves, Oh My!

Once again, Graves Hall is collecting NEW mittens, hats, gloves and scarves for needy children in local schools in and around Evansville.  Please hang your donations on the Christmas tree in the lobby of Graves Hall beginning Thursday, Nov. 10.  Monetary donations are being accepted also by Tana Chapman (GH 233), Pam Young (GH 219), Karen Doss (GH 301) or Lisa Toelle (GH 304).   Thank you in advance for your generosity!

* Mike Sodrel to Discuss the Topic of More Liberty - or More Government?

On Nov.16 at 4 p.m., in Room 170 (Smythe Lecture Hall) in Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building, Congressman Mike Sodrel will be speaking on the topic of “More Liberty or More Government?” What kind of political system will bring back prosperity to the United States economy? What’s the difference between socialism, communism, and fascism?

In the words of Congressman Mike Sodrel, “For me it’s still about liberty. What we have secured, extended, restored and defended with blood and bullets, we are about to lose with ballots. We are about to lose it from lack of understanding.”

Come join us to find out answers to your questions about the economy and all those “isms.”

Sodrel was a member of the United States House of Representatives from 2005-2007 serving the Ninth Congressional District of Indiana. Under his leadership, Sodrel Truck Lines, Free Enterprise Motor Coach, and Sodrel Logistics (SOLO) grew from less than 100 employees to over 550. Congressman Sodrel has been recognized as the Southern Indiana Small Business Person of the Year and elected as Chairman of the Southern Indiana Chamber of Commerce. Congressman Sodrel has received many community leadership awards and has been honored with distinction by several service organizations. He is currently Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Constitution Institute.

* Notice to UE Community Artists and Crafters

Notice to UE Community artists and crafters - EXCITING NEWS!  This year, the Department of Art and the UE Friends of Art, in conjunction with Kappa Pi Art Fraternity, are planning a Christmas Exhibition as well as the annual Art and Craft Sale.  Both events will be held in the new Melvin Peterson Gallery, on the corner of Lincoln and Weinbach Avenues – across from campus.

The Christmas Exhibition, will open on Nov .16, and run through Dec. 8.  All categories of art are eligible and all work in the Exhibition will be offered for sale.  Work will be accepted on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 10 and Nov. 11 in either the Peterson Gallery during normal hours of 11 a.m.-3 p.m. or in the Art Office, FA 212, from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

The Annual Art and Craft Sale is planned for 2 days this year:
Thursday, Dec. 1 from noon-6 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 2 from 7:00 a.m.-1 p.m.

Sale items should be delivered on Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 29 and Nov. 30 to the Peterson Gallery during normal hours of 11 a.m.- 3 p.m.

Anyone in the UE community who makes art or does crafts is invited to participate in these events. This includes spouses, children, relatives and friends. 

Members of the UE Friends of Art and students in Kappa Pi Art Fraternity will be manning the sale so it is not necessary for sale participants to spend both days in the Peterson Gallery with their work.

To enter work in the Christmas Exhibition, to register as a participant for the Art and Craft Sale or for more information, please phone the Department of Art Office at 488-2043. (A sample of work may be requested prior to inclusion as a participant in either event.)


* Performers Needed for UE Drag Show!

UE PRIDE's ninth annual drag show is taking place Dec. 3 in Eykamp Hall, Ridgway University Center.  In order to make this event a success they need as many student performers that want to participate.  Participants will get free entry to the event and have the oppertunity to win gift certificates and grand prizes reserved for performers. The theme is "Keep Calm and Drag On" and is the biggest philanthropy on campus.  They hope to raise $2,500 this year but that will not be possible without the help and support of fellow students and student groups.  If you would like to participate please email with any questions as soon as possible.  Registration ends on Nov. 21.


Info You Should Know

* Spring Into 2012 with a Display at UE Libraries

As you’re looking ahead to 2012 and registering for classes, don’t forget to publicize your organization’s events next semester by reserving a display case in the front entrance of UE Libraries.  Supplies are provided, and the display cases are locked and ready:  all that’s missing is the excitement you’ll bring for your event and organization!  Make your reservation today by contacting Laura Summers at 812-488-1062 (

* Revised Holiday Schedule

The University of Evansville will be closed during the holidays to allow our employees to enjoy this special time with their families.

The following November-December-January holiday schedule will be observed:


  • Wednesday, November 23 - close at noon
  • Thursday, November 24, 2011
  • Friday, November 25, 2011

Christmas/New Year’s

  • Friday, December 23, 2011 through Monday, January 2, 2011, returning Tuesday, January 3, 2011
* Study Abroad

Students who are considering study abroad at Harlaxton (summer, fall, spring) or with a UE Faculty-led program or on an approved partner program are encouraged to attend the UE International Programs Info Fair on Wednesday, November 16 from 11:00-1:00 in Eykamp Hall, Ridgway University Center. Contact for more info.

* Join the University Band!

All students are welcome to join the University Band. This ensemble is primarily composed of non-music majors who still enjoy playing their instruments, and no audition is required. The University Band performs one concert at the end of each semester, and also performs at home basketball games in the beautiful new downtown Ford Center, such as the exciting defeat of Butler on Saturday. Rehearsals are Mondays from 4-5 pm, and we would love for you to join us this spring! Register for MUS 110, section 02, or email Dr. Groulx at for more information.


As we approach the end of the fall semester, the Office of Financial Aid would like to clarify our policies regarding students’ academic performance and its connection to scholarship and financial aid renewal. The Office of Financial Aid does not monitor grades or credit hours earned after the fall semester. The stated Grade Point Average and credit-hours-earned standards that govern UE scholarships and all aid eligibility are monitored each MAY.

Therefore, if your GPA dips below the required minimum at the end of the fall semester, you have the spring semester to restore your cumulative GPA to the necessary level.  Aid is neither reduced nor restored in mid-year. (The exception is a student who is using a semester of conditional financial aid for fall under a specific appeal plan.) 

See the full policies for the renewal of UE Merit-based Scholarships, as well as maintaining Satisfactory Academic Progress for the renewal of all forms of aid, including federal loans. Please direct your questions to the UE Office of Financial Aid at, or 1-800-424-8634 or 812-488-2364. 

* Lost Earring

An earring was lost on Friday somewhere in or around Olmsted Hall.  It is a medium-sized gold filigree earring that has sentimental value.  If found, please return to Kimberly Higgins in the Department of Foreign Languages in Room 350 in Olmsted Hall.


* Service Opportunity

Holiday Retirement Village is looking for volunteers to help with its annual yard sale on Nov. 17 from 1-4 p.m. and Nov. 18 from 7 -10 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. If you are interested in helping please email the Community Services Initiative office at

* Electronic W-2s for 2011

The Office of Human Resources is pleased to announce that the W-2s will be available to view/print online thru WebAdvisor for employees and student workers beginning in January 2012.  To take advantage of this option, you must log onto WebAdvisor and select the option “W-2 Electronic Consent”. Click the first radio button to give your consent.   By giving your consent, you will receive an e-mail notification that your W-2 is ready to view/print.  You will not receive paper W-2, as the electronic W-2 will be in a format that you can print and submit with your tax return.  Among the advantages of electronic W-2’s: (1) you will have access to your W-2 a couple days earlier than a paper copy that is mailed to your home (2) you can print as many copies of the W-2 as you need.  If you choose to withhold your consent to view/print your online W-2, a paper copy will be prepared and mailed to you at your home address.  Although the W-2s will not be available until the end of January 2012, we strongly encourage everyone to take advantage of this opportunity and give your consent early.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Gloria Spencer at ext. 2159.  

* Stafford Exit Counseling for December Graduates

Reminder to any student who plans to graduate, transfer, or withdraw from school at the end of the fall semester and you are the recipient of a Stafford Loan, you are required to attend an Exit Counseling Session. The dates and times for Exit Counseling are:

  • Nov. 15th  at 5:00 pm in Hyde Hall 126
  • Dec. 7th  at 10:00 am in Hyde Hall 126.

Please arrive on time and bring the names and addresses of two references. 

* Keep Evansville Beautiful Needs Volunteers

On Nov. 21 between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Keep Evansville Beautiful needs 10 volunteers to clean up around I-164.  E-mail for more details! Thanks!

* Adopt-a-Family

The Office of Community Service Initiatives will once again be assisting the Evansville Rescue Mission through the Adopt-a-Family program. This program serves to provide Christmas gifts for families in the Tri-State area that are at or below the federal poverty line. Student organizations, campus departments, individuals or friends can sign up to Adopt-a-Family by Tuesday, Nov. 22. A family with a wish list will be assigned to you and presents can be dropped off in the Center for Student Engagement by December 7th. If you wish to Adopt-a-Family please email before Nov. 22.

The Office of Community Service Initiatives will be providing other holiday service opportunities so stay tuned for more information on Salvation Army Bell Ringing and the Tri-State Alliance Holiday AIDS project.

* Scam Alerts – Copiers/Printers

Individuals on campus are again randomly receiving scam calls from individuals requesting departmental printer and/or copier model or serial information.  Keep in mind, UE current printer/copier vendors already have access to UE equipment and will never call departments requesting it.  In some cases, scammers are calling for individuals by name, saying that they need copier/printer information for repair purposes.  A scammers intent is to obtain information and to bill the University. PLEASE DO NOT GIVE THEM ANY INFORMATION.  Simply tell the caller that you are not authorized to provide information and refer them to the Office of Administrative Services.  Usually this quickly ends the conversation. 

If you receive a scam call, please report it to Kim Winsett, Office of Administrative Services at 2940.




* Aces Stun Two-Time NCAA Runner-Up Butler in Overtime

Five Aces finished in double figures as the University of Evansville men’s basketball team officially opened up the Ford Center and the 2011-12 season with a wild 80-77 overtime win against Butler on Saturday afternoon.

“Overall, you saw a bunch of guys competing very hard against each other.  It was one of those games where you hate to see anybody lose, everyone played so hard,” head coach Marty Simmons said.  “We’re thrilled to death to come out on top.”

Colt Ryan led all players with 23 points while Jordan Jahr and Denver Holmes tallied 15.  Lewis Jones finished with 12 points while Kenneth Harris had 10.

A defensive battle ensued early in the first half as the teams combined to miss their first six shots before Khyle Marshall hit a layup to give Butler (0-1) a 6-4 lead with 15:41 left in the first half.  Jahr responded with a bucket of his own as UE (1-0) would tie the game on four occasions leading to a 22-22 score with 5:55 left in the period.

The Bulldogs were able to gain control at that point, finish the half on a 15-6 run to take a 37-28 lead at the break.  Andrew Smith, who notched ten points in the half, knocked down a trey with six seconds remaining to cement the BU lead.

Butler continued to add to its advantage over the first five minutes of the second half, going up 52-39.  With the Bulldogs up 54-43, Evansville made its run, scoring 11-straight over a span of four minutes to tie the game up at 54-54 with 8:24 left in the game.  Butler was 0-4 from the floor over that span while turning the ball over three times.  Jones recorded a pair of field goals in the run.

Ronald Nored scored to give the lead back to BU before a Harris three-pointer gave the Aces their first lead since early in the first half.  Nored drained a three on the ensuing trip down the floor and with 6:46 remaining, a pair of free throws put Butler up 61-57. 

Buckets by Holmes and Jahr helped Evansville tie the game back up, but a pair of Chrishawn Hopkins threes in a span of 30 seconds turned a 2-point Aces lead into a 4-point deficit.

The Aces did not relent as Holmes struck again, hitting a layup and a free throw to cut the deficit to a point, 67-66.  A free throw by Nored put Butler up 69-66 with just over a minute remaining and that is where the fun began.  Colt Ryan connected on a shot with 44 seconds left to cut the BU lead to one. 

Following a Bulldog turnover, the Aces had the ball down one with a chance at the final shot.  Ned Cox attempted a jumper with seven second left with Ryan grabbing the miss.  He was fouled by Jackson Aldridge and went to the line with under a second remaining.  After missing the first, he would make the second to tie the game at 69.

Overtime seemed to be the likely destination, but Butler had other ideas.  The Bulldogs heaved the ball the full length of the floor to Andrew Smith, who was fouled on an attempt as time was running out.  Smith went to the line needing just one free throw to seal the win, but missed both to send the game to the extra period.

After a pair of ties, a pair of Ryan free throws with two minutes remaining gave Evansville the lead for good.  He recorded the final six UE points as the Aces would hang on for the 80-77 victory.

Aside from his team high of 23 points, Ryan led UE with seven boards.  He was 14-of-18 from the free throw line while dishing out three assists and stealing the ball five times.  Jahr was an efficient 5-7 from the floor, including 3-for-5 from long range. 

Chrishawn Hopkins led the Bulldogs with 22 points on 8-19 shooting.  Andrew Smith was close behind with 21.

The Aces will look to make it 2-0 on the season as they host Indiana at 7 p.m. Wednesday evening at the Ford Center.

* Wednesday's Men's Game vs. Indiana Sold Out

The University of Evansville athletic department has announced that Wednesday’s men’s basketball game against Indiana University at the Ford Center is completely sold out.

The game will be streamed live on  Tip is set for 7:00 p.m.  The doors to the Ford Center will open 90 minutes prior to tip.

* Five Aces Earn Men's Soccer All-MVC Honors

Five University of Evansville men’s soccer players received All-Missouri Valley Conference honors this season, announced by the league office Thursday night at the MVC pre-tournament awards ceremony in Omaha, Neb.

Senior defender Jarrett Robbins was selected to the second team, while classmate Aaron Henkle was named honorable mention. Patrick Hodges, Eric Teppen, and Ryan Stallings represented the Purple Aces on the all-freshman team.

Robbins piloted Evansville’s defense, while also serving as the Aces’ fourth-leading scorer with two goals and an assist this fall. Henkle, also a solid competitor for Evansville on the defensive end, tallied a goal and an assist while also helping UE record three shutouts this season.
Hodges, a freshman defender, scoring one goal, and classmate Stallings both had stellar first years wearing purple and white. Stallings led Evansville with five goals, also adding two assists, for 12 points on the year. Teppen became a mainstay in goal as a freshman, recording three shutouts with a 1.40 goals against average and 64 saves.

While UE ended the season with a 5-11-1 mark, that record could have easily been reversed as nine of UE’s 17 matches were decided by no more than one goal, including six losses. Graduating three players in Henkle, Robbins, Tad Kreamalmeyer, Evansville will have 22 returners in 2012, including eight players who accounted for 80 percent of the 2011 goals scored. 


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