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Friday, November 18, 2011

* Christmas on Campus

Until November 30 – Information Desk drop box, Ridgway University Center
 Bring an ornament from home to donate for the UE family tree in Ridgway University Center.  

Thursday, December 1–7:30 p.m., Neu Chapel
 A UE Campus Christmas-Candlelight Vespers
Get in the holiday spirit with Christmas carols and more!

Thursday, December 1 – 4-7:30 p.m., UE Bookstore
Faculty/Staff Appreciation Night prior to Vespers
With ID, 20% discount regular priced items, 5% additional off clearance items. Great gift ideas for stocking stuffers. Door prizes! 

Thursday, December 1 - noon-6 p.m., and Friday, December 2 - 7 a.m.-1 p.m., Melvin Peterson Gallery
Art Department Art and Craft Sale
Great place to find unique Christmas gifts!

Friday, December 2 – 3-5 p.m., Ridgway University Center
Purple Friday Holiday Party
Have your picture made with Purple Santa, decorate an ornament, be there for the UE family tree lighting, and enjoy refreshments.

Friday, December 2–5-9 p.m., Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building
Holiday Spectacular
Get your picture taken and put in a snowglobe, 5-9 p.m., Atrium, Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building

Holiday Bingo 6-7 p.m., Room 170 in the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building
Carriage rides 7-9 p.m., load at the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building and ride around front oval

Tuesday, December 6 – 7:30 p.m., Victory Theatre in downtown Evansville
Holiday Pops Concert
Free and open to the community

Friday, December 16 – Noon-1:15 p.m., Ridgway University Center Dining Hall
Campus Christmas Carry-In
Sodexo will provide meat, plates, utensils, drinks, cups, ice, and napkins. Please bring your favorite dish.  

Friday, December 23 – Holiday break begins.


What's Happening Today

* This Week in Music - Schmidt Opera Series and Choral Concert Highlight the Weekend

The Department of Music’s Schmidt Opera Series will present Johann Strauss’s Die Fledermaus in Wheeler Concert Hall tonight and tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.  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 for the general public is $5; UE students will be admitted without charge.

The UE Men’s and Women’s Choruses will perform in Neu Chapel on Sunday evening, November 20, at 6 p.m.  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.

* It's Time for the International Bazaar!

The members of ISC would like to invite everyone to their annual International Bazaar. Come and sample food from around the world. They will be serving Yaki-soba (noodles&vegetables) from Japan, Gajar ka Halwa (Carrot Pudding) from India, Musakhan (a chicken dish) from the Arab Nations, Chicken Adobo from the Philippines, scones from the UK, and more dishes from Ireland, Germany, Africa, Ukraine, Venezuela, Hungary, Korea, Spain, Russia and Mongolia! So come to Eykamp Hall in Ridgway University Center on Friday, Nov. 18, from 4:30-8:30 p.m. and enjoy all the delicious food they have to offer. Tickets are $7 students and $10 general admission. Proceeds go to UNICEF.

* 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!


Upcoming Events

* Catholic Mass for Christ the King Sunday in Neu Chapel

Mass for the final Sunday of the liturgical year, the Solemnity of Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, will be this Sunday at 1 p.m. in Neu Chapel. The celebrant will be Fr. Zach Etienne, pastor of Good Shepherd Catholic Church in northeast Evansville. Everyone is welcome!

* Chi Omega's Make a Wish Event Is Saturday

Chi Omega's Make A Dish 4 Make A Wish is this Saturday, Nov. 19. Come enjoy over 90 different food items. Tickets are $10 at 4:30 p.m., $6 at 5:30 p.m., or $7 at the door. Ask any Chi Omega or see the table in Ridgway University Center for your ticket. If you have any questions, contact

* 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.


Info You Should Know

* Salvation Army Needs Bell Ringers

The Salvation Army is looking for volunteers to help with their annual bell-ringing campaign. On Dec. 2 from 3-8 p.m., volunteers are needed at the Schnucks and Walgreens stores on Green River Road to ask people for donations. If you are interested, fill in your preferred times at
and sign up for how many hours you want to do. If you have any questions, please email the Community Services Initiative office at

* Central Receiving Holiday Reminder

Since UE campus will be closing at noon on Wednesday, Nov. 23, please note the following adjustments and plan accordingly.

o Central Receiving will be closing at noon on November 23, and will resume the regular afternoon delivery schedule on Monday, Nov. 28.
o Central Receiving will be accepting shipments Wednesday, Nov. 23, until 10 a.m. Packages will not be accepted after 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 23, through Sunday, Nov. 27, .
o Central Receiving will not be making campus deliveries on Wednesday. Anyone expecting a package on Wednesday morning may contact Central Receiving at extension 2181 to make arrangements for pick up.
o In-House Supply Orders received by 4 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 22, will be delivered on Tuesday afternoon. In-House Supply Orders received after 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 22, will be delivered on Monday afternoon, Nov. 28.

For questions, contact Doris Cook at extension 1067 (email or Keith Fox at extension 2181 (email .


* Join the UE Orchestras!

The University of Evansville has two orchestral ensembles that are open to all students who play an orchestral instrument. The University Symphony Orchestra is a full orchestra that will be playing famous music such as Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and more, and the String Ensemble is a smaller group that plays concerts on campus and out in the community. Questions? Contact Director of Orchestral Activities Brian St. John at or 488-2881.

* Writing Center Closed for Thanksgiving Break

The Writing Center will be open through noon Tuesday, Nov. 22, and then closed for Thanksgiving Break until noon Monday, Nov. 28. Normal operating hours will then prevail through 10 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 6. The center will close for Reading/Study Day and remain closed through final exams.

If you wish to visit with a Writing Center tutor between now and the end of the semester, you may schedule appointments online by going to the University website, clicking on Campus Community, then going to AceLink and clicking on "Areas," and then "Writing Center," where you will find the appointment calendar. Or, call 488-2391 to speak with a tutor, who can schedule your appointment(s) for you. 

* 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.

* 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

* Mail Services Reminder for Thanksgiving

Mail Services Reminder - Thanksgiving

Since UE campus will be closing at noon on Wednesday, Nov. 23, please note the following adjustments and plan accordingly.  These adjustments will help to ensure there is sufficient time to complete mail processing before campus closes for Thanksgiving.

• The daily mail run will begin at 8:30 a.m.  
• All outgoing mail must be in UE Mail Services for processing on November 23, no later than 10 a.m.
• UE Mail Services will close at noon on Wednesday, November 23 and re-open on Monday morning, November 28. 
• Please note that United States Post Office will also be closed on Thursday, November 24th, 2011 for Thanksgiving Day.  
• While UE Mail Services is closed, those needing to mail a letter, etc. may do so by taking their UE Pcard to the Post Office.

For mailing questions, contact Mail Services at extension 1067.

* Libraries Announce Thanksgiving Recess Hours

Libraries will observe the following schedule of hours during the forthcoming Thanksgiving Recess which begins on Nov. 23.

•  Tuesday, Nov. 22:                  7:45 a.m.-10 p.m.
•  Wednesday, Nov. 23:           7:45 a.m.-Noon
•  Thursday, Nov. 24:                 CLOSED
•  Friday, Nov. 25:                       CLOSED
•  Saturday, Nov. 26:                  CLOSED
•  Sunday, Nov. 27:                     3 p.m.-Midnight
•  Monday, Nov. 28:                   Resume Regular Hours

Contact William Louden, University Librarian, with questions at 812.488.2376 or

* Thanksgiving Payroll Announcement

The bi-weekly payroll will be direct deposited on Friday morning, Nov. 25.  As all employees have direct deposit, you will be able to view your online pay advice through WebAdvisor on Friday morning.  The monthly payroll will be direct deposited on Wednesday, Nov. 30.  If you have any questions, please call the Office of Human Resources at extension 2159.

* 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.

* Grades Not Monitored Mid-Year for Scholarship/Financial Aid Renewal

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.



* UE Libraries Award Wheeler Fund

This year the Wheeler Award funds proposals received from the Archaeology and Art History Department and Harlaxton College.

The Department of Archaeology and Art History is developing upper level courses in medieval archaeology; the award of $600 will purchase books focusing on Vikings and medieval England.

Phil Taylor, Lecturer in Music and British Studies at Harlaxton College, will receive $418 to purchase resources to support a new course on special topics with the theme “The Beatles:  Popular Music and Society in 1960s Britain.”  Consideration of the cultural influence of the Beatles, and the reception of their music, includes key developments in politics, counterculture, fashion, technology and broadcasting.


* Biology Class of 2012

Congratulations to the nine biology majors in the Class of 2012, who scored in the 98th percent nationally on the Major Field Test for Biology. The two-hour exam consists of 150 multiple-choice questions that measure students' critical knowledge and understanding. Questions covered areas such as cell biology; molecular biology and genetics; organismal biology; and population biology, evolution, and ecology.

* Sodexo Canned Food Drive A Success

This year's Helping Hands Across America Canned Food drive (held in campus dining on Nov. 9) netted 600 cans for two local charities. (The Evansville Rescue Mission received 312 cans and the Tri-State Food Bank 288.) A big thank you to everyone who donated during this event. This year's participation tops last year by 100 cans!



Sympathy to...

* Celia Teoh and Dennis Malfatti

Sympathy goes out to Celia Teoh and her husband, Dennis Malfatti on the loss of Celia’s mother, Maria Moo Swee Hua.  Maria passed away early Monday morning, Nov. 14 in Toronto, Canada.  She was 67 years old and had been suffering with ALS for about two years.  Celia works in the Registrar Office as an Institutional Research analyst/assistant registrar and Dennis is an assistant professor in the Music Department.  

* Jean Beckman and Family

Charles Rilling Beckman, father of Interim Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Jean Beckman, died at his home on Tuesday, Nov. 15 in Erie, Pennsylvania.  Mr. Beckman had suffered from cancer in recent months.  Funeral services will take place on Monday, Nov. 21 in Erie. A complete obituary with details on visitation and the service may be found here.



Treasures and Traditions

* To Face the Future Unafraid

Each evening at 5:00 p.m., the campus bells play "To Face the Future Unafraid." The lyrics for this song were written by former UE Chaplain Brian Erickson. For what occasion did he compose the lyrics? The first one to correctly answer this question will receive a prize from University Relations! Send your answer to  The winner - and the answer - will be announced next Monday!



* Aces Swim & Dive Head To Hilltopper Invite This Weekend

The University of Evansville mean's and women's swimming and diving teams will travel to Bowling Green, Ky., to compete in the Western Kentucky University Hilltopper Invitational this weekend.  The tournament field includes host Western Kentucky, University of the Cumberlands, Vanderbilt (women only) and University of Arkansas at Little Rock (women only). The three-day invitational kicks off at 10:30 a.m. Friday.

The Aces last defeated Eastern Illinois on October 23.  For the women's team, senior Alex Howard, juniors Jill Enge and Cassy Cude and freshman Michelle Tipton took first in the 400-yard medley relay with a time of 4:05.26. Tipton also placed first in the 200-yard individual medley and the 500-yard free.  Freshman Mackenzie Powell notched a first place finish in the 200- and 100-yard free.  Freshman Samantha Montgomery, senior Valerie Jones and Howard also ended the meet with first place finishes their individual events.

Ashton Bishop highlighted the meet for the men's team, taking first in both the 50- and 100-yard freestyle. Freshmen Matthew Newland and Garrett Johnson, junior Alex Seward, and senior Will Spradley all won individual events throughout the meet. The relay team of Spradley, Bishop, senior Jake Harrington and junior Kyle Tiemann notched first place in the 400-yard freestyle relay with a time of 3:15.83.

* Volleyball to Finish Season at Home

This weekend, the University of Evansville volleyball team will wrap up the 2011 season with a pair of home games against No. 11 Northern Iowa and Bradley.

Despite being 2-15 over its previous 17 contests, the Aces will look to make a mark on the final weekend of the season. Evansville will face the nationally ranked Panthers on Friday before finishing the year against the Braves on Saturday.

Evansville enters the final weekend of the season with a 13-18 mark and 3-13 in the MVC.  Last weekend, the Aces fell in a pair of matches at Missouri State and Wichita State.  Rachel TenHoor was the offensive leader for the weekend with 14 kills.  Brooke Maher was just behind with 13.  Ellen Sawin led the team in assists while Katie Klages was the leader in digs.

Bradley is fighting for a berth in the MVC Tournament.  The Braves begin play two games behind Indiana State for sixth place and 1/2 game behind Drake for seventh.  Bradley is 11-15 overall and 4-12 in the league.  Freshman Courtney Keefe helped highlight a balanced offensive attack in a five-set victory against Creighton with a match-high 16 kills.

This weekend will mark the final matches for the four seniors on the Aces. Ellen Sawin, April Lubrecht, Brooke Maher and Kaisi Nixon. All four have been pivotal to the Aces play over the last four seasons with each seeing significant time in their careers.

Maher made her mark on the Evansville record book as she will wrap up her career second in program history in total attempts (4,181) and is currently 5th in digs with 1,393. She will leave holding three of the top ten season marks for attempts.

Sawin will finish up her career at the University of Evansville in second place in career assists.  She currently has 3,828 and trails Betsy Knott, who finished her time at Evansville in 1998 with 5,067 assists.  Lubrecht moved into the top ten career list for digs last weekend

Friday and Saturday’s matches are both set for 7 p.m. start times at the Carson Center


* UE Women's Basketball To Meet Bearcats And Falcons In Ohio This Weekend

The University of Evansville women's basketball team will take a tour of Ohio this weekend, first stopping in Cincinnati Friday to face the Bearcats of the Big East at 6 p.m. The Purple Aces will continue on their road trip, meeting the defending Mid-American Conference champions, Bowling Green State University, Sunday at 11 a.m.

The Bearcats opened their season last Friday with a 74-42 win over IPFW and improved to 2-0 with a 75-64 win over Dayton Wednesday night. Four UC players reached double figures in both games, led by senior Chanel Chisholm's double-double with 19 points and 13 rebounds versus IPFW and Bjonee Reaves 25 points against the Flyers. Shooting over 53 percent from the floor in both wins, Dayeesha Hollins (15.0 ppg), Alyesha Lovett (9.5 ppg), and Kayla Cook (7.5 ppg) also contributed to the Bearcats 32-point and 11-point victories. Last season Cincinnati finished in 15th place in the Big East with a 9-20 overall record.

In the last meeting between UE and the Bearcats, Evansville came away with a 69-50 win at home on Dec. 15, 2004. The squads will meet for just the fifth time in history Friday. Cincinnati owns a 3-1 advantage in the all-time series.

The Falcons come off last Friday's 69-38 season-opening loss to Dayton. Danielle Havel and Chrissy Steffen each tallied 10 points in the defeat, as BGSU was held to a 29.6 field goal percentage. The Falcons will face Purdue Thursday night before meeting Evansville Sunday. Bowling Green was picked to finish first in the MAC this year after capturing the divisional title last year for the seventh straight season with a 28-5 overall in 2010-11. However, Steffen, who was named to the Preseason All-MAC Team, is the Falcons only returning starter from a year ago, as BGSU graduated six seniors.

In the Aces season-opener on Nov. 12, 2010, Evansville upset Bowling Green, 63-62 at Roberts Stadium. UE jumped out to a 16-0 lead piloted by Jordan Lewis? three three-pointers, a pair of layups from Staci Gillum and a three by Samantha Heck. The Falcons battled back, but the Aces held them off, securing the victory. After that game, BGSU went on to win 15 consecutive games, receiving votes in the national rankings, and were ranked among the Mid-Major Top 25. Evansville is 1-1 all-time versus the Falcons, meeting BGSU for just the third time in history Sunday.

The Aces come off last Friday's 76-61 loss to the hosting Murray State Racers in the 2011-12 season opener. Junior Samantha Heck led UE with 18 points. Senior Briyana Blair also reached double figures with 11 points, while junior Meagan Collins and sophomore Katie Ellerson added eight apiece. The Aces look to cut down on their turnovers, committing 31 in the opening game against MSU's scrappy defense. Evansville returns 11 letterwinners from last season, including 4-of-5 starters, in addition to having a new coaching staff.

Junior center Samantha Heck led Evansville with a career-high 18 points and six rebounds in UE's 76-61 loss to Murray State. Heck scored 16 of her points and tallied all six boards in the second half. After recording a perfect shooting percentage and 21 points in UE's exhibition win over Oakland City on Oct. 29, the Auxvasse, Mo. native shot again with consistency, going 7-for-10 from the floor, 2-for-3 from three-point range, and 2-2 from the line. Heck also tallied two assists and a block in 19 minutes of play.

Oties Epps announced last Wednesday the signing of two high school standouts to National Letters of Intent. Guard Laura Friday (Marion, Ind./Marion) and forward Michaela Prough (Crown Point, Ind./Crown Point) will make up the Lady Aces freshman class for the 2012-13 season.

Recording two blocks in UE's loss at Murray State, senior Chelsea Falkenstein is now tied for seventh on Evansville's all-time block list with 49 in her career. She is tied with Heidi Seltzer (2001-05). To move up another spot, Falkenstein needs to log six more to tie for sixth place.

First-year head coach Oties Epps looks for his first career win this weekend. Epps is the 10th head coach in the 42-year history of women's basketball at the University of Evansville. The Aces have reached post-season play four times, including twice in the past four years.

The Purple Aces moved to a new home this season after closing the doors of Roberts Stadium, a building built in 1956. Evansville opened play at the brand new downtown Ford Center, a $127 million arena with a capacity of 10,316, on Oct. 29 in an exhibition game with Oakland City. UE?s first regular season contest at home will be Nov. 29 versus Ball State.

Evansville lost just one player, Stephanie Bamberger, from the 2010-11 squad to graduation. Returning 11 letterwinners, including four seniors, three juniors, and four sophomores, the Aces will have a much more experienced team this season. UE also welcomes three freshmen and three new coaches on staff as the Aces get a fresh start in 2011-12.

Last season, Evansville led the Missouri Valley Conference in steals, averaging 9.8 per game. Returning for her senior season, Briyana Blair piloted the Aces with 71 steals last year, averaging 2.4 per contest.

Senior Staci Gillum and junior Samantha Heck have been named the 2011-12 team captains for the University of Evansville women?s basketball team. Gillum, a native of West Des Moines, Iowa, served as the Purple Aces? captain and point guard last season, averaging 4.2 points and 2.6 rebounds per game, playing in all 30 contests. A transfer from Kirkwood Community College, Gillum was also a captain and led the Eagles to a 73-2 overall record and a pair of national titles in her two years, while also earning NJCAA All-America honors. Heck, an Auxvasse, Mo. native, led the team with 4.9 rebounds per game and finished second on the squad with 9.3 points per game in her sophomore season, while also recording two double-doubles. As a freshman, Heck recorded over 200 points and 100 rebounds in her rookie season, ranking second on the team in both categories at 7.1 points and 4.8 rebounds per game.

The Aces return 11 letterwinners from last season, including four starters in senior Briyana Blair (9.5 ppg), junior Samantha Heck (9.3 ppg), junior Meagan Collins (8.5 ppg), and senior Chelsea Falkenstein (6.1 ppg). Redshirt junior Jordan Lewiswill also make a comeback after a knee injury knocked her out of commission last December. Also returning: senior point guard Staci Gillum, junior Taylor Ware, and sophomores Katie Ellerson, Khristian Hart, Miranda Liles, and Hannah Weedman. Evansville also has three freshmen joining the program in Kat Taylor (Akron, Ohio/Lake Ridge Academy), LeiLoni Smith (Vian, Okla./Vian), and Juliann Miller (Louisville, Ky./Mercy Academy).

UE's three freshmen are Kat Taylor, LeiLoni Smith, and Juliann Miller. Taylor was named honorable mention Northeast Ohio all-district as a junior at Lake Ridge Academy and earned Defensive Player of the Year at St. Vincent- St. Mary?s. Smith scored 400 points, averaging 17.4 per game, 8.3 rebounds, and 2.5 steals in her senior year and was named to the Oklahoma All-Star Team by the Oklahoma Coaches Association. Miller was named the Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches Seventh Region Girls Player of the Year Runner Up, and was a 2011 Girls Kentucky All-Star Team selection. She averaged 13 points per game as both a senior and junior and led her team to a state championship.

In their first collegiate game, Kat Taylor saw 19 minutes of action at Murray State, recording five points, all scored at the line with her 5-for-6 performance. She also added two assists and two steals in her debut. Juliann Miller logged eight minutes on the court, going 1-for-1 from the field, pulling down two rebounds and tallying one assist and two points.

With a collective 3.340 grade point average, the University of Evansville women's basketball team ranked 24th in the nation on the Women's Basketball Coaches Association?s Academic Top 25 Honor Roll for 2010-11 season. The honor marked the third time in the last five years in which the Purple Aces have ranked among the nation's Top 25 academically.


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