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Monday, May 13, 2019

What's Happening Today

* Eryn Gould earns MVC recognition

Already a 2-time All-Missouri Valley Conference First Team player, University of Evansville sophomore Eryn Gould picked up two more accolades in recent days.

Gould was named to the All-Tournament Team at the 2019 MVC Softball Championship in Peoria, Ill. on Saturday before earning a spot on the MVC Scholar-Athlete Second Team on Sunday.

In the Purple Aces’ contest in Peoria, Gould was UE’s top performer.  She went 2-3 with a walk; she had two of the Aces’ six hits in the game.

Overall, Gould batted .306 in the regular season, but saw that average rise to .338 in league play.  Over 25 conference games, Gould slugged .563 while hitting four homers and 15 RBI while scoring 18 runs and walking on 18 occasions.

Throughout the course of the season, she led the Aces in at-bats, runs, hits, doubles, home runs, RBI, slugging and walks.  Gould had a 12-game hit streak in April and was named the MVC Player of the Week on April 22.  Gould is a Biology major and has a GPA of 3.39.

Upcoming Events

* On Campus Health Screenings 2019-2020

Sign up for your 2019-2020 Health Screening!! Sign-up's for this event are posted on AceLink. Screenings will be held in Eykamp Room 252 on June 10th-13th from 7:00-11:00 AM each day. An 8-12 hour fast is required to complete your screening. Black coffee and water are permitted during the fasting period. Please take maintenance medication as prescribed. Earn HRA credits and avoid higher medical insurance premiums.

Submitted by Ashley Chipps ac375@evansville.edu.

Info You Should Know

* Summer publication schedule for AceNotes

As there are fewer submissions to AceNotes during the summer, AceNotes will only be published on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting this week. AceNotes Extras will still be published whenever needed. The regular AceNotes publication schedule of every Monday through Friday will resume on Monday, August 5.

* Employee Health Clinic Summer Hours

Employee Health clinic will remain open during the summer semester and will operate on normal employee clinic hours. Please visit www.tristatecommunityclinics.com or call 888-492-8722 to schedule an appointment.

Monday: 8-11am and 3-6pm
Tuesday: 7-11am
Wednesday: 2-6pm
Thursday: 7-11am
Friday: CLOSED

Reminder! XTRA CARE 4U located at 8601 N. Kentucky Ave is available on Fridays 7-11am (acute care visits only)- no appointment necessary!

Submitted by Tara Ulrich tu19@evansville.edu

* Student Health Center Starts Reduced Summer Semester Hours Monday, May 13th

The Student Health Center will operate on reduced summer hours starting Monday, May 13. Summer hours of operation will be Monday- Friday 8:00 a.m. - noon with nurse-only visits.

Submitted by Tara Ulrich tu19@evansville.edu.

* Summer Jobs for Students

There are available jobs through UE work-study offered by the Office of Student Financial Services. Students may work multiple positions in summer and potentially up to 37 hours per week. The Student Employment Application may be obtained on WebAdvisor through the Student tab, under the “Student Employment” section. A listing of all available positions (Student Employment Positions Listing All Positions/All Departments) may also be found there. Applications should be directed to the department for which the student is applying. Questions regarding eligibility should be directed to Sean Riley at sr252@evansville.edu.

Submitted by Sean Riley sr252@evansville.edu

Congratulations

* Murrell Wins American Prize in Vocal Performance

Ian Murrell, a 2016 UE Department of Music graduate in Vocal Performance, was recently awarded the American Prize in Vocal Performance (men/opera/collegiate division) for 2018-2019. The prize is a national award recognizing achievement in the arts. The full announcement can be found at:

* Please join the University of Evansville in congratulating our 2019 Administrative and Staff Employees of the Year!

The recipient of the 2019 Administrator Excellence Award is Erin Lewis, Associate Director of the Center for Innovation and Change.  Erin is an excellent example of what UE is all about, as her positive impact on student’s lives cannot be measured.  She is committed to the students that she works with and to the University as a whole. She works to inspire students in finding new ways to make a difference not only in the classroom, but in our community.  Erin has been instrumental for her work with the UE certification for ASHOKA and ChangeLab, the strategic planning process, as well as playing a key role in the University’s efforts to ensure we are a campus that promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion as a Title IX Investigator and as a member of the Equity Design Lab. 

The recipient of the 2019 Staff Excellence Award is Lori LeDuc, Human Resources Specialist.  Lori is well known across the UE campus for her “can do” approach to her work.  She is helpful in any situation, kind, and extremely hard-working.  Lori is a problem-solver and will always find a solution for members of the campus community.  Over the last year, she has made extraordinary efforts to ensure the Office of Human Resources continues to meet the needs of employees while the office has taken on a significant number of new projects and responsibilities. During her two years in the HR department, Lori has gained the trust of employees and retirees by not only being knowledgeable and efficient, but most importantly, helping those who sometimes are dealing with significant problems in their professional or personal lives. Known for her professionalism and positive, upbeat personality, Lori is truly a pleasure to work with.
 

* Sullivan Receives Dissertation Award

UE Assistant Professor of Music James Sullivan was recently a co-recipient of the Alfred Mann Dissertation Award from the Eastman School of Music for his dissertation, "Meter, Melodic Parallelism, and Metric Manipulation in Post-Tonal Music." The award is given once every two years for an outstanding dissertation in music theory.

Submitted by James Sullivan js820@evansville.edu

Athletics

* Aces Baseball Celebrates Senior Day

The University of Evansville baseball team sent their seniors off in style in their Braun Stadium finale, rallying past Missouri State 4-3, earning a big Missouri Valley Conference series victory.

"What a great win for our seniors", said Aces head coach Wes Carroll. "It started on the hill, with our pitchers delivering clutch performances. We got some great defensive performances in the field. And then down the stretch, our batters had some great competitive at-bats."

The Aces sent out senior left-hander Alex Weigand, who delivered four shutout innings to open the game. However, his Bears counterpart, Davis Schwab matched Weigand, as the game remained scoreless going into the fifth frame.

That's when Missouri State would finally break through on Weigand, taking the lead  in the fifth, then adding to their pad in the sixth inning, building a 2-0 advantage. For the day, Weigand went five innings, allowing two runs on six hits, while striking out five. The Bears would tack on one more in the top of the seventh, putting Evansville in a 3-0 hole.

However, after being held scoreless through six frames, the Aces offense would come to life, loading up the bases, then pushing across their first run when A.J. Fritz grounded into a double play. Later in the inning, freshman pinch hitter Eric Roberts delivered a clutch two-out RBI single through the right side of the infield, driving in senior third baseman Sam Troyer, cutting the Missouri State lead to 3-2.

Then in the eighth, Evansville would load up the bases, then a wild pitch would allow junior shortstop Craig Shepherd would race home with the game-tying run. Freshman second baseman Danny Borgstrom would follow that up with a sacrifice fly to left, bringing in sophomore first baseman Tanner Craig, giving the Aces the lead, 4-3.

Senior right-hander Austin Allinger (1-2) would come in to put down a Missouri State rally in the top of the eighth. Then in the ninth, after the Bears opened the inning with a walk and a single, Allinger would halt MSU in its tracks, getting the final three outs of the game.

The victory improves Evansville's overall record to 23-24 and 10-8 in Missouri Valley Conference play, while Missouri State falls to 16-34 and 7-11 in league play.

The Aces now hit the road to close out the regular season on the road, beginning Tuesday night at Belmont, then wrapping up the season at Illinois State next weekend.

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