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Wednesday, March 27, 2019

* Run, Hide, Fight Active Shooter Drill - Practice "Hide" Only!

In partnership with the Evansville Police Department, an Active Shooter Drill will take place the week of April 1-5. This drill will focus solely on the HIDE element of the exercise, regardless of whether the fictitious event affects your specific location. The drill will be announced to the campus via Ace Alerts and the active shooter audio sirens will sound signaling there is a threatening event.

During the drill: Find a location to shelter-in-place (HIDE), and lock doors or barricade within a particular space. Members of the Evansville Police Department will be stationed inside various buildings to gauge individual responses to the drill, as well as determine how quickly individuals were able to make a decision regarding the HIDE part of the drill. Once the drill is over, another AceAlert will be sent with the announcement to resume normal duties.

Note: The University invested in the purchase of interior locking mechanisms which have been installed in the majority of classrooms, enabling doors to be locked from the inside of the room. The supplier of the locking mechanisms is scheduled to deliver the rest of the locking mechanisms by the end of the spring semester to complete this project. If you are in a room that does not have the ability to be locked, you should consider other options to barricade the door as part of the “hide” element of the exercise. 

The drill will be announced to the campus via Ace Alerts and the active shooter audio sirens will sound signaling there is a threatening event. Additional information about “Run, Hide, Fight” can be found at


What's Happening Today

* Newman Club: Seminarian Vocation Stories

Join the Newman Club today, March 27, at 5:00 p.m. for our weekly dinner and discussion. This week, our seminarians, Ben and Joseph, will share with us their vocation stories. We will be serving Italian beef sandwiches afterwards. All are welcome!

Submitted by Michaela Kunkler

* I-House: Jordan

Hashim Khalayleh, an international student from Jordan, will present this week's I-House: Jordan. Khalayleh is a freshman, majoring in English literature. His hobbies include reading and writing and his favorite part of UE is International Club. He will be sharing more about himself and his culture at I-House: Jordan, which is set for Wednesday (March 27) on the second floor of Ridgway University Center at 7:00 p.m.

Image from Jordan

Submitted by Hussam Taj

* UE Theatre presents "The Wolves"

The University of Evansville Theatre presents Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves. A 2017 Pulitzer Prize finalist, this whip-smart play is a scarily exhilarating look into a soccer team and the rawness of girl power and opens Monday, March 25, at 7:30 p.m. in the May Studio Theatre. Additional performances are at 7:30 p.m. on March 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, and at 2:00 p.m. on March 31.

Bailey Brandvold, a senior theatre studies major from Great Falls, Mont., directs The Wolves; Austin Kuhn, a junior from Evansville, Ind., serves as the scenic designer; Hannah Mattingly, a junior from Louisville, Ky., is the costume designer; Luke Kelly, a senior from Dubuque, Iowa, is the lighting designer; Jamey Rowland, a junior from Durham, N.C., serves as the sound designer; Shannon White, a junior from Rockwall, Texas, is the dramaturg; Michael Chaves, a sophomore from Senoia, Ga., is the stage manager, and Adam Rager serves as the technical director.

The cast features junior Blake Ware, from Evansville, Ind.; sophomore Jordan Williams, from Edmonds, Wash.; first-year student Kelly Walsh, from Hollywood, Fla.; sophomore Emma Tolleson, from Temple, Texas; first-year student Delanie Kitzman, from Tomball, Texas; junior Kate Milazzo, from Carmel, Ind.; sophomore Hannah Stevens, from Arlington, Texas; sophomore Grace Maddux, from Dubuque, Iowa; first-year student Liv Campbell, from Kingwood, Texas, and sophomore Julia Veiga, from Flowery Branch, Ga.

The UE Theatre Society hosts a Pre-Play Chat 30 minutes prior to the show on Saturday, March 30. All are welcome to attend the presentation and discussion with a student designer about their process on the production.

Ticket prices are $11 for adults and $9 for senior adults, students, and UE faculty and staff. UE students may obtain one free student rush ticket beginning at noon on the day of the performance they wish to attend. Seating is limited and tickets are available by calling 812.488.2031.


Upcoming Events

* Health Careers Forum 2019

The University of Evansville Exercise and Sport Science Student Organization, in collaboration with the Center for Career Development, cordially invites you to attend its annual Health Careers Forum. The event is planned for Wednesday, April 3, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in Eykamp Hall, Ridgway University Center.

There will be panelists from different organizations in the health field who will come to share their experiences. This event will be a great opportunity for everyone who would like to make acquaintances with local health care professionals.

Students are expected to RSVP as soon as possible by filling out the registration form. For more information on registration, email

Attendees are asked to dress business-casual. All EXSS students are advised to attend.

Submitted by Emily Armstrong

* This Week in Music: UE Opera and Student Recitals

UE Opera Presents Cosi Fan Tutte
Friday, March 29 and Saturday, March 30
7:30 p.m., Preston Arts Center, Henderson, KY
On March 29 and March 30, at 7:30 p.m., the University of Evansville Schmidt Opera Series comes to the Preston Arts Center in Henderson, Kentucky, with Mozart's comedy Così fan tutte: A School for Lovers. In this opera, the cynical Don Alfonso goads his two young friends into making a not-so-friendly wager. Its outcome will either defend the virtue of the women they love or expose an infidelity present in women everywhere. The battle lines have been drawn as the two men set out to test the faithfulness of their unwitting fiancées.

In this production we find our characters in a college town in southern Indiana with visiting guests from a rival Kentucky school. As we wonder who will ultimately prevail in this battle of the sexes, the musical genius of Mozart pervades the arias, ensembles, and choruses of Cosi fan tutte.

Mozart's opera is brought to life by UE students directed by Alanna Keenan, Associate Professor of Music with a professional orchestra under the baton of Dennis Malfatti, professor of music. Henderson native Adam Smith, takes on the role of the scheming Don Alfonso. He efforts are aided by his confidant, Despina, played by Madeline Cox of Gibson County. Rounding out the cast are the four lovers Darwi Sandleben, Kathryn Lee, Isaac Cooper, and Clay Steenbergen, all of Evansville, Indiana.

All are welcome to attend. Admission is a suggested donation of $10. The Henderson Arts Center is located at 2660 South Green Street, Henderson, KY 42420

Student Recitals
Saturday, March 30
Logan Tsuji, trumpet, senior recital, Wheeler Concert Hall, 4:00 p.m.

Sunday, March 31
Gefei Chai, viola, senior recital, Wheeler Concert Hall, 2:30 p.m.
Devyn Haas and Brittany Hildenbrand, saxophone and oboe, senior recital, Wheeler Concert Hall, 4:00 p.m.

Submitted by James Sullivan

* Newman Club Migration Solidarity Vigil

Please join the Newman Club in Neu Chapel on Wednesday, April 3, at 8:00 p.m. to pray for refugees. This multilingual candlelight service will have music, and there will be an opportunity to write letters in support of refugees at the end. Please contact Kristen Sportiello at if you'd like to become more involved in the Newman Club's migration initiative.

Submitted by Sam Wallisch

* Taste of Evansville featuring trivia

Chi Omega is hosting a fundraiser event on March 30, and all proceeds will go directly to Albion Fellows Bacon Center, a shelter for victims of domestic violence here in Evansville. This event will feature food from across the Evansville area and several rounds of trivia - ranging from TV shows to Harlaxton-related questions! Ticket price is $5 with a donation of a hygiene item and $7 without a donation. Tickets can be purchased from Chi Omegas, in Ridgway University Center from 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. on March 27-29, or at the door at the event. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 30, and trivia will start at 6:00 p.m. We hope to see you there!

Submitted by Johnna Mitchell

* Presentation on decline of monarch butterflies and milkweed

Students from the University of Evansville will be discussing the “Decline of the Monarch Butterfly and Milkweed Populations” on Saturday, March 30, at John James Audubon State Park. The presentation begins at 2:00 p.m. in the Audubon Museum Theatre. The students will focus on the impact that the decline of native plants, specifically milkweed, has on the environment, and the importance of maintaining native pollinator gardens. 

Free milkweed plants will be given out to attendees of the presentation.

Seating is limited and reservations are recommended. To reserve your spot, call 270-826-2247, ext. 228, or email

This lecture is part of the Nature Notes Lecture Series presented by Friends of Audubon.

John James Audubon State Park is located at 3100 US Hwy 41 North, in Henderson, Kentucky.

* Kurt Vonnegut and Hoosier Quality of Place to be topic of lecture

The University of Evansville’s annual Chutney Literary Conference is set for April 5-6, on UE’s campus. UE students will be presenting critical papers, and will have the opportunity to win awards for their efforts.

The conference starts with the Melvin M. Peterson Literary Forum’s Hemminger-Brown Lecture on Friday, April 5. The lecture will begin at 7:00 p.m. in Room 162 (Harkness Hall), Schroeder School of Business Building. The guest speaker will be Edward P. Comentale, professor of English, associate vice provost for arts and humanities, and director of the Arts and Humanities Council at Indiana University Bloomington. His topic will be “Kurt Vonnegut and Hoosier ‘Quality of Place.’”

“This talk introduces my work in developing “quality of place” programs with communities in southern Indiana," said Comentale, "and then explores how Vonnegut’s fiction provides ways of thinking through vexed questions about the state’s identity, culture, and politics."

Comentale added that, after "a close look at depictions of Indiana and its people in Vonnegut’s early novels as well as his autobiographical accounts of his childhood in Indianapolis, I will examine how, in his later work, he places the state’s cultural history squarely at the center of national history and makes it representative of the problems that plague the nation at large. A widening class divide, political radicalization, the collapse of civic discourse - Vonnegut’s writing locates both the causes and potential corrections to these issues in the traditions and communities he knew in the Hoosier state and then makes a case for writing and storytelling as essential to restoring the country’s democratic institutions.”

Comentale is the author of Modernism, Cultural Production, and the British Avant-Garde and Sweet Air: Modernism, Regionalism, and American Popular Song. He co-edits a scholarly book series on fan cultures for Indiana University Press, through which he has published The Year’s Work in Lebowski Studies and The Year’s Work at the Zombie Research Center.

The conference ends on Saturday, April 6, with student panels planned for 9:30 a.m., 10:45 a.m., and noon in Rooms 271 and 272 in the Schroeder School of Business Building. The Grabill and Klinger Writing Prizes will also be awarded at this time.

For more information on UE’s annual Chutney Literary Conference, call 812-488-2963.

* Delta Omega Zeta's Break the Floor

Delta Omega Zeta will be hosting Break the Floor: A 2000's Remix on March 29, at 6:00 p.m. in Room 162 in the Schroeder School of Business Building. Everyone is invited to come partake in a friendly karaoke competition. No skills required! Not comfortable singing in front of a crowd? You can be part of the audience and participate in various mini-games and win prizes that way as well! Come visit our tables in Ridgway University Center on March 25, 27, and 29 from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. to learn more, or contact Delta Omega Zeta's philanthropy chair, Jessica Elmore, at with any questions.

Submitted by Jessica Elmore

* Contemporary American Indian Artists exhibit

“First Americans: Paintings and Prints by Contemporary American Indian Artists” will be on display at the University of Evansville in the Krannert Gallery in the Krannert Hall of Art and Music from April 8-May 11. The exhibit will feature works from local art collections, curated with the assistance and expertise of Stephen and Sandra Falls of Haubstadt, Indiana. There will be a reception on April 25 at 6:30 p.m. Both the exhibit and the reception are free and open to the public.

This exhibit is part of the Emerging Contemporary Artist Lecture Series sponsored by the Efroymson Family Fund and the University of Evansville’s Department of Art.

Gallery hours are Monday through Sunday, 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m., and Sunday, noon-8:00 p.m.

For more information, please contact the UE Department of Art at 812-488-2043, email, or visit the gallery’s Facebook page.

Submitted by Corliss Chastain

* Free Coffee & Careers event this week

Come for free coffee and an informal career chat with alumni and friends of the University on Thursday, March 28, from 4:00-5:00 p.m. in the Phillips Study Alcove (across from WUEV) in Ridgway University Center. Learn about their journey to their current job and the skills needed for career success.

This month's focus is on non-clinical healthcare.

Submitted by Alison Morris-McDonald

* Fiji-A Tour

Phi Gamma Delta will be hosting its annual putt-putt philanthropy event, Fiji-A Tour on Saturday, March 30. All proceeds benefit Easterseals Rehabilitation. The event will be from noon-4:00 p.m. and will be $5 per participant.

Submitted by Corbin Neu

* Free Coffee & Careers event this week

Come for free coffee and an informal career chat with alumni and friends of the University on March 28, from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. in the Phillips Study Alcove (across from WUEV) in Ridgway University Center. Learn about their journey to their current job and the skills needed for career success. This month's focus is on careers in non-clinical healthcare.

Submitted by Alison Morris-McDonald


Changemaker Corner

* Congrats to ChangeLab winners

Congratulations to the ChangeLab presentation competition winners! The Diversity in the Arts team was named "Crowd Favorite," and Data Analytics took first place for "Outstanding Performance!"

Three ChangeLab winners from Data Science holding up certificates

* Pitch your idea to make Evansville more fun and exciting!

The first ever Community Changemaker Challenge is underway, and EVERYONE is invited to pitch their idea on how to improve our city. Folks of all ages and walks of life are welcome to form a team. The top four teams will win $1,000 in cash and pitch their idea to a panel of community investors. A 60-second video is due on April 8 by midnight. Learn more.

Community Changemaker Challenge

Submitted by Cindy Kelley

* Propose your own ChangeLab

ChangeLab Logo

Want to make a difference in your community - or even the world? Start now by proposing your own ChangeLab project. Class credit and financial support is available, and your idea can help nonprofits, for-profit businesses, or civic projects.

Submit your idea for the Spring 2020 semester here by noon on Monday, April 1:

Spots are limited, apply early! For more info on ChangeLab, visit

Submitted by Cindy Kelley

* Make a difference and get class credit!

Don’t wait until you graduate – make a difference now! Check out the list of ChangeLab courses available for the Fall semester. For more information, visit

ChangeLab logo

Submitted by Cindy Kelley


Info You Should Know

* Grads - get your cap and gowns

Spring graduates are reminded to come to the UE Bookstore and purchase their cap and gown soon, as some sizes are running low. Getting your cap and gown early is important so that you make sure everything fits. Masters and doctoral graduates should have already placed their custom orders for cap, gown and hood as it takes longer for them to come in. If you're a masters or doctoral graduate and have NOT placed your order stop in the UE Bookstore immediately! Graduation announcements are also available for those wanting them.

Submitted by Doug Gustwiller

* A Salute to Women's History: Joan Ganz Cooney

Joan Ganz Cooney, born November 30, 1929, began her career as a reporter in her hometown of Phoenix, Arizona. From 1954 to 1962 she worked as a publicist for NBC in New York and for the U.S. Steel Hour, a highly acclaimed CBS drama series. Mrs. Cooney eventually produced documentaries at WNET/Channel 13, winning her first Emmy for Poverty, Anti-Poverty, and the Poor, a documentary on the U.S. government’s War on Poverty program.

In 1966, with the support of Lloyd Morrisett, then a vice president at the Carnegie Corporation of New York, Mrs. Cooney produced a study entitled The Potential Uses of Television in Preschool Education, which provided the rationale for using television to teach disadvantaged children basic skills through programs that were both educational and entertaining. The report convinced the corporation to partly finance such a project, and Mrs. Cooney and Dr. Morrisett were able to raise the rest of the $8 million through the U.S. Office of Education, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the Ford Foundation. In 1968, the Children’s Television Workshop was born (it was renamed Sesame Workshop in 2000).

Sesame Street debuted a year later and had an immediate and revolutionary impact on children’s educational television. It was the first preschool program to integrate education and entertainment as well as feature a multicultural cast. It has been broadcast daily since 1969 in the U.S. on more than 300 Public Broadcasting Service stations and has been seen by hundreds of millions of children in more than 140 foreign countries. Indigenous co-productions reflecting local languages, customs and educational needs have since been produced for audiences in the Arab world, Israel, India, Indonesia, Bosnia, Portugal, Turkey, Germany, France, Poland, Norway, Sweden, Holland, Russia, China, South Africa, Egypt, the Philippines, Canada, Spain, and Latin America.

Submitted by Darrion Culler

* CSML internship opportunity: inference and prediction in linear and non-linear systems

The Cognitive Science Modeling Lab (CSML) is looking for two, possibly three, energetic and self-motivated students to work on a universal vector-processing prediction engine during the 2019-20 academic year. At least one member of the team must have a reasonable mathematics background (at least up through MATH 370) and computer programming skills (at least up through CS 290). Familiarity with artificial intelligence techniques (including neural networks), complex systems, data analytics, infometrics, and/or predictive statistics will be considered a plus for all applicants.

Highly qualified applicants will not only possess technical skills, they must also have a record of reliable commitment and focus, good communication skills, cooperative abilities in working with others on a team, demonstrated responsiveness to following directions, and an ability to deal with unexpected contingencies. (In other words, since this is an open-ended research project it is highly likely that directions and deadlines will change as new discoveries are made.)

Students selected for this internship experience are expected to work on the project for two semesters by enrolling in COGS 492, taking either two or three credit hours in each of the two semesters.

Interested students should email Anthony Beavers, professor of philosophy and director of CSML, at, with a cover letter, resume, and the names of three UE faculty references to apply. The deadline for applications is April 1. Interviews will be conducted during the first two weeks of April and decisions will be announced on or before April 15.

Please contact Dr. Beavers if you have any questions.

Submitted by Anthony Beavers

* Volunteers for drag show!

PRIDE is looking for volunteers to help with its annual drag show! The event will be on Saturday, April 6. There will be a variety of different jobs throughout the day that we are looking for people to work, such as set up, working tables at the event, and serving drinks. Please email us at if you would like to work part of the day so we can get everything organized!

Submitted by

* Drag show performers!!

PRIDE is still looking for performers for its annual drag show! This year drag show is April 6 at 7:00 p.m. Please email us at if you would be interested!

Submitted by

* Fall & Summer Textbook Adoptions

The UE Bookstore is now requesting textbook adoptions for both Summer Sessions and Fall 2019. Departments and faculty should submit their adoptions as soon as possible so that they can be processed. You can visit the UE Bookstore website at and click on the Faculty links tab to submit adoptions. If you have any questions, please contact the UE Bookstore.

Submitted by Doug Gustwiller

* Premiere of Habitat for Humanity documentary

Come to see the premiere of a student crafted documentary following the 2018 Habitat for Humanity Build in Guatemala. This build had students from a variety of majors and levels building smokeless stoves, latrines, and a house. Follow the team through the week-long adventure as they work to make a change in the world!

The premiere starts at 7:30 p.m. in Eykamp Hall, Room 251, Ridgway University Center, followed by a talk back from students who were on the build. All welcome.

Submitted by Holly Carter

* File the 2019-20 FAFSA by April 15th

File the 2019-20 FAFSA by April 15 at

Continuing students should file the 2019-20 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply for federal, state and University need-based financial aid, including all federal student loans. UE's FAFSA code is 001795.

Filing by April 15 is essential for Indiana residents to receive state aid, and highly recommended for all.

Questions regarding the FAFSA should be directed to the Student Financial Services (Olmsted Administration Hall, Room 106) at 812-488-2364.

Submitted by Trisha Hawkes

* Anything ACES Sale at UE Bookstore

Now through the end of March! Get 33% OFF all merchandise in the UE Bookstore that has either the ACES logo or the Shooting A logo on it in any form. The logos that qualify are displayed below.

Old Aces Logos

The discount is off the original price of the merchandise and cannot be combined with any other discount. Also check out clearance and other items specially priced for a spring clearance. Items are sure to go fast, so hurry to the UE Bookstore and check out the savings.

Submitted by Doug Gustwiller 

* Crescent Magazine is hiring

The Crescent - UE's student-ran magazine - is looking for writers, editors, photographers, and designers for the 2019-20 school year. Become a part of our award-winning publication and earn college credit! No experience is necessary. Compensation is available for leadership positions. Contact Tim Young, student media adviser, at or 488.2725.

Submitted by Tim Young

* Nomination open for Outstanding Senior Service Awards

Do you know a senior deserving of the highest award given by UE? Ten finalists will be honored at a breakfast in May and one student will be presented this award at commencement. Selection is based on academic achievement, demonstrated leadership, and community and campus engagement.

The Guthrie May and Mabel Dillingham Nenneker Outstanding Senior Service Award nominations will be accepted March 21-April 2. 

You can nominate deserving seniors by sending an email using this format to the student(s) you wish to nominate. Please copy on all forms that you forward to your nominees.

Applications must be submitted to the Office of the Dean of Students by April 2.

* 2019-20 Margery Florence Kahn Scholarship

2019-20 Margery Florence Kahn Scholarship applications are now available.

It was the desire of the donor, Margery Florence Kahn, that her scholarship be awarded to "dedicated and conscientious students who exhibit a true passion for their chosen fields of study, and who, in the opinion of the members of the University of Evansville faculty, are likely to bring the same enthusiasm into the performance of their jobs or the practice of the professions which they will pursue following graduation."

All University of Evansville full-time undergraduate students who will be juniors or seniors in 2019-20 may apply. An essay of about 300 words must accompany the application, along with two to five faculty recommendation letters.

Applications and recommendation letters are available from the Student Financial Services in Room 106 in Olmsted Hall and should be returned by APRIL 15.

You may also request application materials by emailing

Questions may be sent via email or call 812-488-2364.

Submitted by Trisha Hawkes



* 57th Annual Student Art Exhibition 2019 winners

Student Art Expo 2019 PosterThe Department of Art would like to congratulate all the winners and students who had work accepted into the 57th Annual Student Art Exhibition 2019.

We sincerely applaud the hard work and talents of all our students.

The winners are:

Best in Show Purchase Award (This piece will become property of the UE Permanent Collection.)
Michaela Kunkler for “Tessellations”

1st Place Award of Excellence
Ling Lin for “Phoenix”

2nd Place Award of Excellence
Jiashi Ying for “Little Light of Mine”

3rd Place Award of Excellence
Madison Daniels “Like Mother, Like Daughter”

Melvin Peterson Award
Brittany Kerr for “Agate Ware Grey”

Gumbert's Award
Ling Lin

Dorothea Schechte Award
Ling Lin

Dean Long Award
Arleigh Ingram for “Self Portrait”

Les Miley Award
Hunter Camp for “Lidded Jar”

Emeriti Faculty Ward
Michaela Kunkler for “New Orleans”

Pund Award
Madison Daniels for “The Baggage We Carry”
Ashley Gray for “Self-Allusion”

Merit Award
Hope Boren for “Found Things”

Merit Award
Anna Brough for “Helena Forlorn”

Merit Award
Hannah Girten for “Reflection”

Merit Award
Libbey Huffine for “Iguanodon”

Merit Award
Bre-Anna Muller for “Architectural Confusion”

Merit Award
Jessica Peistrup for “Danger”

Program Cover Contest Winner
Ling Lin

Please note that the recipient of the 2019 People’s Choice Award will be announced at the conclusion of the UE Student Exhibition. All those who visit the Melvin Peterson Gallery to view the 2019 Student Exhibition have an opportunity to vote once for their favorite piece of artwork. The votes will be tabulated at the end of the 2019 Student Exhibition and the winner announced at that time. Visit the Melvin Peterson Gallery and VOTE!

The 2019 Student Art Exhibition will be on display in the Melvin Peterson Gallery until April 6.

Submitted by Brooksie Smith 

* School of Education promotes education profession at Indiana Statehouse

School of Education Ambassadors Megan Hawkins and Heather Dougan, along with department chair Sharon Gieselmann, recently advocated for the education profession at the Indiana Statehouse. There they spoke with local and state officials including State School Superintendent, Jennifer McCormick, Senator Vanita Becker, and Representative Shane Lindauer. Board of Trustees member Sally Rideout also participated in the event. This annual event is sponsored by the Indiana Association of Colleges for Teacher Education.

Education Ambassadors at Statehouse

Education Ambassadors at Statehouse

Education Ambassadors at Statehouse



* Aces fall to Bulldogs in midweek contest

McKenzie Johnson and Toni Galas posted two hits apiece, but Butler scored three times in the first inning before finishing with a 7-1 win over the University of Evansville softball team on Tuesday night.

Galas and Johnson combined to register four of the Purple Aces (12-17) six hits. Bailee Bostic and Allison Daggett had the other two.  Johnson drove in UE’s run. The Bulldogs (11-19) scored their seven runs on eight hits.  Maddie Moore had two hits and scored twice.

Butler grabbed the early lead, scoring a pair of runs on a UE error before extending the lead to 3-0 in the top of the first.  They tacked on another run in the third inning.

UE managed to get baserunners, recording four hits while loading the bases up in the fourth inning, but they could not push any across the plate. 

That changed in the bottom half of the sixth when Allison Daggett led off with a double to right. McKenzie Johnson followed that up with a double to the same part of the field to score Daggett and end the shutout. 

The Bulldogs plated their final run on a homer by Christina Candotti in the seventh as they would finish with the 7-1 win. Izzy Vetter made the start for UE and tossed three innings. Jaime Nurrenbern and Emily Lockhart also saw time in the circle.

Next up for UE is a conference series at UNI. The Aces travel to Cedar Falls for two games on Saturday and a single matchup on Sunday.


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