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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

* University Closed on Good Friday

The University will be closed on Friday, April 6 in observance of Good Friday.

* Student Congress and SGA Not Meeting on Thursday

The Student Congress and Student Government Association will not be holding a meeting on Thursday, April 5 because of Good Friday. All resolutions (even if they are for more than $1000 dollars) are due to JD Look ( no later than 5 p.m. on April 11. Have a good break and safe travels!


Upcoming Events

* Holy Week Services in Neu Chapel

Holy Thursday Service of Tenebrae or “Darkness” at 9PM in Neu Chapel, Thursday, April 5.
The service will commemorate the Last Supper and Crucifixion of Jesus based on the accounts written in the Gospels.
Make plans now to participate in this unique service of music, images, and the spoken word.  All are welcome.

Easter Sunday, April 8, 10:30AM
All are invited to celebrate the Festival of the Resurrection on Sunday morning in Neu Chapel, 10:30AM. The Festival marks the completion of a three-day worship event that began on Holy Thursday, continued with Good Friday and ends with Easter Sunday. The meaning of this continual worship is that the passion, death, and resurrection of Christ is one divine action.  Participate in the celebration on Sunday with special music including percussion, saxophone, and a little Easter jazz.

* Watch UE Theatre Alum Lennon Parham's New Show on NBC Tonight!

NBC's new comedy Best Friends Forever premieres tonight, Wednesday, April 3, at 8:30/7:30pm Central Time. Lennon Parham stars as Lennon, a devoted friend who finds herself taking in her distraught best friend, Jessica (Jessica St. Clair), as she tries to adjust to her new, unexpected single life in NBC's new comedy "Best Friends Forever." Parham co-created and serves as executive producer of the series with her writing partner and co-star, Jessica St. Clair.

Parham is perhaps best known for playing the supporting role of Abby Chase, alongside Jenna Elfman on the television series "Accidentally on Purpose." Additional television credits include guest roles on NBC's popular comedy "Parks and Recreation" as well as "How I Met Your Mother." Parham also starred in "Lady Refs" for the cable special "Funny or Die Presents..."

Her film credits include "Confessions of a Shopaholic," "Splinterheads" and the comedy-horror film by Dan Fogler, "Hysterical Psycho."

Parham is an alumna of the Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB) Theater where she performed for nine years. Her one-woman character show, "She Tried to Be Normal," ran in New York and Los Angeles and was selected for the Montreal "Just For Laughs" festival in 2009.

A graduate of the University of Evansville with a B.S. in Theatre, Parham taught French in the Mississippi Delta with Teach for America for two years before she began performing with UCB.

* TIAA-CREF Counseling

The TIAA CREF representative will be on the UE campus on Wednesday, April 11 for individual counseling sessions. To schedule an appointment, call TIAA CREF at 1-800-732-8353 or 317-706-6200.  The sessions will be held in the Clifford Rare Books Room of the University Libraries (Room 158).  If you have any questions, call Carol McCraney at extension 2943.

* John Hostettler to Speak on Campus

Former US Congressman John Hostettler will be speaking at UE on Wednesday, April 4 at 4 p.m. in Room 162, Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building. His speech, titled “An American Foreign Policy”, will deal with his vote in opposition to the invasion of Iraq and his belief that such invasions stand in contrast to the overwhelming history of American foreign policy.

John Hostettler served Indiana’s 8th congressional district (which included Evansville) from 1995-2007. During his time in office, Hostettler served as a member of the House Armed Services Committee and the Judiciary Committee. Hostettler was one of six Republicans to vote against the invasion of Iraq, standing in opposition to his party’s leadership as well as President Bush.

Since leaving Congress, Hostettler authored a book, “Nothing for the Nation: Who Got What Out of Iraq” detailing the motives of US political leaders for removing Saddam Hussein from power. In 2010, Hostettler ran in the Republican Primary for the US Senate, losing to the eventual Senator Dan Coats. Congressman Hostettler has also founded the Constitution Institute, to promote a greater understanding of the United States Constitution and provide an education in the practical application of Constitutional principles with the goal of producing citizen-statesmen.

This event will be hosted by Aces for Liberty. If you have any questions, find us on Facebook or contact Collin Jamieson at

* Physical Therapy Club Meeting

All students welcome to attend the upcoming Physical Therapy Club Meeting - both undergraduates and graduates. The meeting will be in Room 104, Graves Hall,  at 12 p.m. on April 11.

We will be discussing club requirements, events, and opportunities for the semester.

Benefits for participating in PT club include:
• The opportunity to express ideas and concerns about topics of interest to PT students
• Opportunities to hear guest lecturers
• Community service opportunities
• Information about upcoming APTA and Indiana APTA events
• Fellowship and Mentoring from upperclassmen who have "been there, done that" in the DPT and PTA curriculum

If you have any questions or cannot attend the meeting, please email Club President Jennifer Murphy at

* Next Meeting of Student Congress on April 12 at Methodist Temple

A reminder that student congress will not be meeting this week because of Easter. The next meeting will be April 12 at Fellowship Hall in Methodist Temple at 5 p.m. Final nominations for officers will take place and voting will occur.

* Concrete Artist

The UE Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Aces Concrete Canoe, and the Department of Art are pleased to sponsor a presentation by concrete artist Steven Ochs on Wednesday, April 4 at 5:30 p.m in Room 101, Koch Center. The lecture is free and open to the public.

The lecture, titled "Decorative Concrete: Aesthetic Structure," will explore the variety of artistic modes of expression currently being used. Ochs is one of the country's leading purveyors of concrete art and develops walking murals in concrete that consist of hand-engraved lines and rich penetrating colors that offer an alternative to traditional public art. His clients serve as active members of the project design team and artists on a project are selected from the community. His goal is to create designs that express the interests and values of the communities these art pieces represent. He was selected as Decorative Concrete Project of the Year honoree in 2009 by Concrete Construction magazine.

For more information contact Ralph Larmann ( or Mark Valenzuela (

* Blood Drive on April 9

The members of Delta Sigma Pi  are planning a blood drive on April 9 from noon to 6:00 p.m. in the Fitness Center Gym. (Note - previously published flyers for this event have a different location listed for the event - the location has been changed to the Fitness Center Gym)

Please be generous and make a donation at the blood drive!

* Bi-Sci Plant Sale: Herbs and Native Plants

The Bi-Sci Club will be having a plant sale this Tuesday and Wednesday (April 3 and 4)  from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.  The sale will be outside of Ridgway University Center.  The Bi-Sci Club will be selling herbs and native Indiana plants which have been grown by students in the UE greenhouse.  Plants will cost $3 - $5.  These plants will make great additions to your dorm room or garden, so please stop by and support the Bi-Sci Club Plant Sale.

* I-House: United Arab Emirates

Join us this week for I-House: United Arab Emirates, on Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. in the Class of 1959 Gallery upstairs in Ridgway University Center. Bring your friends, enjoy the complimentary cookies, and learn about this exciting Gulf country.

* Think Outside the Lunch Box to Discuss "U.S. Health Care: The Facts Behind the Fight"

In March 2010, President Obama signed into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Two years later, the health care reform legislation remains a national controversy, and its constitutionality was debated this week in the Supreme Court.

The University of Evansville’s Think Outside the Lunch Box Faculty Speaker Series will conclude for the 2011-12 academic year with “U.S. Health Care: The Facts Behind the Fight,” a presentation by William B. Stroube, director and professor of health services administration.

Stroube will speak at noon on Thursday, April 5, in the Blue & Gold Room on the first floor of Old National Bank’s headquarters in Downtown Evansville. The event is free and open to the public.

“Through all of the public discourse about recent legislation, it’s important for Americans to keep certain facts in mind about our country’s health care system,” said Stroube. “For example, many people say they want the government to stay out of health care, but they may not realize that the government pays for almost half of all health care costs in the nation through programs such as Medicaid, Medicare, and Veterans Affairs. Furthermore, our per-capita health care spending far exceeds other developed countries, and many argue the care may not be as good.”

“By comparing and contrasting the U.S. health care system with other countries’ systems,” Stroube added, “I hope to provide some information that is missing in the national dialogue over the current legislation.”

UE’s Think Outside the Lunch Box Faculty Speaker Series is in its second year and is typically held the first Thursday of every month. After a summer break, the 2012-13 series will resume in October.

* TIAA-CREF Retirement Planning Seminar

TIAA-CREF will be conducting a Financial Education Seminar for employees on Thursday, April 12 from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm in Eykamp 253, Ridgway University Center.

This seminar may help you understand and achieve your long-term financial goals by discussing:
• Assessing your financial priorities
• Determining how much you need to save
• Evaluating factors that impact your retirement
•  Identifying products that help meet your needs
• Choosing appropriate investments

For more information, please go to:

SIGN UP TODAY:  Space is limited, so please RSVP by calling Erin Robertson at 1-866-578-4221, ext 25-6209.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact  the Office of Human Resources at ext. 2943.


* Dance Team Audition

The University of Evansville Aces Dance Team invites all eligible students to audition for the Dance Team for the 2012-2013 season. Auditions will be held on April 21 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and April 22 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The first day of auditions will consist of learning a short, choreographed dance and practicing technique. The second day will consist of showing examples of required technique, preforming the choreographed routine, showcasing 1 minute of original original choreography to music (this should be prepared prior to auditions), and a short interview. Auditions will be held in the Small Gym of the Carson Center.

Information about the 2012-2013 season will be provided at the call out meeting on April 16 from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Room 113 of the Carson Center.

A private or video audition may be arranged if needed and will be allowed at the discretion of the coaching staff.

There is a $20 audition fee. Please refrain from wearing baggy clothing during auditions. Footwear is required.

More information is available at Please contact Coach Arata at  or 502.689.4085 with any questions or concerns.

We hope to see you at auditions!

* Retirement Reception for Paul Jensen Planned for April 12

The UE campus community is invited to an Open House Retirement Reception for Mr. Paul Jensen on Thursday, April 12, from 1:30–3:30 p.m. in Room 240, Graves Hall.

Mr. Jensen earned a BA  in Secondary Education from the University of Evansville in 1965 and an MS in Physical Education Administration from the University of Illinois-Champaign.  As a student at the University,  Jensen earned honors as a two time All-American in swimming and placed on the Dean’s list.

He came to work at UE in 1974 from Eureka College where he was an assistant professor of health and physical education. After becoming a UE faculty member, he coached the varsity swim team for two years and developed an All American Diver.  From 1978-1981 he served as the varsity tennis coach and in 1981 was voted the Heartland Collegiate Conference “Coach of the Year.” In 1985 he became the Chair of the Department of Human Kinetics and Sport Studies (now the Department of Exercise and Sport Science) and served in that capacity for 20 years. In that time the department underwent many changes and developments including the addition of four academic majors raising the number of students in those majors to 275.

In addition to his academic and athletic responsibilities Jensen was director of aquatic programs until 2006. It is estimated that over 25,000 children took part in the community wide  “Learn to Swim” program. In 1998 he was elected to the University of Evansville Athletic Hall of Fame. In 2002 Jensen was awarded the Sadele & Sydney Berger Award for Service.

In the community he has been privileged to serve on the Board of Directors for the Thunder on the Ohio, Evansville Freedom Festival, the WNIN Channel 9 auction and  the American Red Cross where in 2002 he received the Distinguished Volunteer Service Award for 45 years of service.

Paul met his wife, Judy, at UE in 1964 and daughters Rhonwyn (husband Fred) and Jennifer (husband Brad) each have two sons which keeps “Boompa” busy.


* Lunch & Learn Spring Session – Saving, Spending & Investing-Putting the Plan into Action

At the Lunch & Learn Session set for April 11, the topic will be  "Saving, Spending & Investing - Putting The Plan Into Action. "  Easy ways that singles and couples can create their own financial plan for the future will be discussed. The session will begin at noon and end at 12:50 p.m. and will take place in Eykamp 253, Ridgway University Center. UE faculty, staff, students, and community are invited to attend this free (bring your lunch) session presented by Centennial Wealth Advisory. Please contact Judy Caldwell at if you have questions. This event is sponsored by the Center for Adult Education.


Info You Should Know

* What UEL Can Do For You: Trial Access to Biomedical & Life Sciences Lectures

Do you need information on current treatments for multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, or pancreatic cancer?  Would you like to listen to an expert discuss Alzheimer’s disease, retroviruses or stem cells? Search the Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection of lectures for these and other topics.

UEL enjoys trial access until the end of April to seminar style talks containing the latest research and developments on biomedical and life sciences issues.  The collection provides immediate online access to over 1,400 online presentations.  The talks are formatted as animated slides with synchronized narration and are presented by many of the world's leading experts including a number of Nobel Laureates. Browse through a series on a particular topic or search for a discussion on a specific subject.

Trial access is available until April 30, 2012.

Explore the Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection

Contact Kathy Bartelt (kb4) or Shane White (sw69) with questions or comments.

* Reminders from the Bookstore

Just a reminder the Bookstore will be closed April 6-8 for the Easter holiday.  Also May graduates are reminded that if they have not picked up their cap and gown yet they should do so as soon as possible.  If you're a masters or doctorate graduate you need to come to the Bookstore immediately, those garments are custom made and take longer to produce.  Also if you need graduation announcements come to the Bookstore as well, leave yourself plenty of time to get them in the mail.

* 2012-2013 Letterhead and Envelope Orders

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

If you have not received the ordering information from the Office of Publications, please e-mail or call ext. 2561. Please have all orders to publications by Tuesday, April 10.

* Found - Purple Cloth Bag

A purple cloth bag was found in Room 202 in Hyde Hall last week. Call Brenda at 488-2520 or go to Room 205 in Hyde Hall if this is yours.

* Attention Faculty and Administrators - Deadline for Outstanding Senior Service Award Nominations

Attention faculty and administrators - the deadline is approaching for the Outstanding Senior Service Award nominations. The deadline is April 9.

The Guthrie May and Mabel Dillingham Nenneker Outstanding Senior Service Awards are presented during Commencement and are the highest awards given by the University.  One male and one female senior are selected annually for these awards. Selection is based on the following criteria:

• demonstrated leadership
• academic achievement 
• future contribution to society

To nominate students, please  open the nomination form at this link
or contact  Karen Martin at to request a nomination form via e-mail. Once you’ve signed the application, give it to the student you are nominating so they can attach the required information. The completed application form should be returned to the Office of the Vice President/Dean of Students no later than Monday, April 9.


* SAB Positions Available

Applications for next year's Student Activities Board positions are available. The application is due by Friday, April 6.  Positions available are Entertainment, Special Events, Public Relations, and Movies. Please contact Rachel ( or Geoff ( for more information and the application form.

* RSA Election Results

Voting for positions on the Resident Students Association's executive board closed Saturday evening. Next year's RSA executive board is as follows:

President: Tyler Best
Vice President: Jamison Heard
Treasurer: Hope Mills
Secretary: Chantal Miller
NCC/Parliamentarian: Sierra Burtis (appointed, not elected)

Congratulation to those who won!

They will fully take on their new positions at the RSA End of the Year Banquet on Thursday, April 19.

* Good Friday – No UE Mail Services

This is a reminder that UE Mail Services will be closed on Good Friday, April 6.  Please note the last day of campus mail pickup and delivery this week by UE Mail Services will be Thursday, April 5.  UE Mail Services will resume normal mailing operations on Monday, April 9.  For mailing questions, contact Mail Services at extension 2197.

* Interested in Being on Board of Trustees?

Are you interested in being part of the Board of Trustees for the University of Evansville? Are you a graduating senior? If both of these apply to you, then pick up a petition and application from the Student Congress mailbox at the Center of Student Engagement today! Applications are due back to the Student Congress mailbox no later than 5 p.m. on Thursday!

* Writing Center Closed Easter Weekend

In observance of Easter weekend, the Writing Center will close at 10 p.m. on Thursday, April 5, and open again for normal operating hours at noon on Monday, April 9.

* Libraries Announces Easter Recess Hours

UE Libraries will observe the following schedule of hours during the Easter Recess.

•  Thursday, April 5:   7:45 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
•  Friday, April 6:         CLOSED
•  Saturday, April 7:   CLOSED
•  Sunday, April 8:      CLOSED
•  Monday, April 9    Resume Regular Hours

Contact William Louden, University Librarian, with questions at: 488.2376.

* Last Day for Mail Delivery and Pick Up for Student Housing

The last day of UE Mail Services’ delivery and pick-up of mail for all students who have been living in campus housing during the 2012 spring semester will be Wednesday, May 2. Please follow mail procedures recommended by the Office of Residence Life located on their website prior to departure especially the forwarding of your mail.

You are strongly encouraged to contact financial institutions, etc. directly. The University is not responsible for fines or penalties due to delayed mail delivery.  If you are expecting packages shipped via other couriers that may arrive after your departure, please contact Mail Services at extension 2197 or email Please note that Mail Services will not be able to forward items such as mail, packages, etc. and you will need to make alternative arrangements.

Feel free to contact the University mailroom at any time with questions or concerns by contacting Doris Cook, Distribution Services Supervisor, at extension 1067 (email at or Tammy Burgess, Mail Technician, at extension 2197 (email at

* Parking Changes

Due to the construction of the 5/3 Bank Athletic Practice Facility, the following changes in Campus Parking will occur beginning Monday, April 9, 2012. 

All cars must be moved prior to April 9.  (That’s the Monday following Easter Break)

Schroeder Parking LotLimited spaces will be available along the rear of Schroeder – reserved for Blue permits only. 
All parking to the east and front of the building will be unavailable. 
*If you won’t be here for Easter Break, and usually park in the Schroeder lot, please plan to relocate your vehicle.

Lot N  (across from Moore Hall)
Parking available for all permits except Yellow or Brown.

South end of Lot A  (behind the Schroeder Family School of Business)Parking available for commuter students/Red permits only.

North end of Lot A  (behind the Schroeder Family School of Business)
Parking available for employees/Green permits only. 

All permits are accepted in the lots below:  Lot O (armory lot)
  Lot P (Olive and Rotherwood)
  Lot Q (Frederick and Weinbach)
  Lot H (behind the tennis courts). 

Note:  All signs regarding special designated spaces will remain in effect
(i.e. Green permit only spaces, handicap parking, loading zones, etc.)

* Online Summer Courses Available

Need to take a summer class to graduate, lighten your class load next year or get that class out of the way without the pressure of a full load?  A University of Evansville summer class can be your summer solution. Visit UE’s website at: to take a look at courses being offered and taught by UE faculty during Summer I and Summer II.  Visiting students can contact the Center for Adult Education Department in Room 205, Olmsted Hall, or call 812-488-2981 to ask questions or register.  

* UE Summer Housing

Students, will you be taking classes in Evansville or staying during the summer to work? If you need summer housing, come by the Office of Residence Life to pick up a summer housing application. UE summer housing will be located in Schroeder Hall. For more information about on-campus summer housing ask the Residence Life staff or visit the summer housing website. Applications for summer housing are due April 20. 


* Procedures for Summer Travel Expenses & Membership Dues Paid with Pcard

Traveling this summer on UE business with a return date after May 31, 2012?  Paying membership dues for next fiscal year prior to May 31? If you use your Pcard prior to May 31 to pay for some of those travel expenses or membership dues, you will need to e-mail Lori Harriss ( in Accounting and Audit with the following information:

• Vendor name
• Date of purchase on Pcard
• Dollar amount charged to Pcard
• Description and purpose of purchase
• Account number charged for purchase

These expenses will be charged to your 2012-13 budget funds.



* Epsilon Beta chapter of Phi Sigma Iota Initiation Ceremony

The Epsilon Beta chapter of Phi Sigma Iota, the international foreign language honor society, held its annual initiation ceremony on Sunday afternoon, April 1, in the Ridgway University Center.  Ten students were inducted into membership, representing seven languages. New members include Lynn Beaumont, Haley Campbell, Bianca Edelhoff, Gina Filo, Jessica Foster, Gretchen Kohl, Michael Koletsos, Monica Meisling, Lesley Nash and Nathan Stamps. Faculty advisor Ann Baker gave the opening remarks and welcomed the new members. The 2011-2012 officers and members, President Sarah Williams, Vice President Erica Marburger, Treasurer Sam Stevens, Social Director Jenna Rice along with PSI members Deirdre Gillen,  Kenzie George and Andrea Weber, conducted the ceremony. Xiaoyu Zhu, visiting instructor of Chinese, delivered the keynote speech for the event. A dessert reception for members, initiates, faculty and friends followed the ceremony.

Phi Sigma Iota is a national honor society whose members are elected from among outstanding advanced undergraduate students and faculty in foreign languages. The Epsilon Beta chapter has initiated 144 members since it was installed here on April 8, 2000.


Sympathy to...

* Helen Snow and Family

Those of the University community who know Harlaxton College professor Dr. Helen Snow will be saddened to learn that her husband Peter died suddenly and unexpectedly on Saturday last.  Our care and support go out to Helen and to daughters Emily and Abigail.



* Baseball Cruises by Cougars, 8-6

The University of Evansville baseball team continued its winning ways Tuesday evening, topping SIU Edwardsville, 8-6, at Roy. E Lee Field. The victory marks the Aces’ seventh straight midweek win and improves their overall record to 19-10, while the Cougars fall to 13-15 on the season.

“It was nice to see our offense provide us with a punch in the late innings,” said head coach Wes Carroll. “It’s a good midweek road win and hopefully it will give us the confidence we need going into the weekend.”

Sophomore right-hander Ryan Billo (5-0) kept his season record unblemished, tossing 5.1 innings, allowing four runs, eight hits, a walk, and struck out four to earn the win. Jake Naumann hurled 1.2 frames out of the bullpen, giving up a run, two hits, and struck out one, while Sam Johns earned his first save of the season, holding off the Cougars in the eighth and ninth innings. He allowed one run, one hit, two walks, and struck out two.

Offensively, Kyle Pollock (3-for-4), Trentt Copeland (2-for-5), and Jason Hockemeyer (2-for-5) led the Aces with multiple hits, as UE combined for 10 total. Kevin Kaczmarski’s two and Hockemeyer’s three runs batted in represented five of Evansville’s seven RBI in the game.

* Women's Golf Rally to Take Second at Belmont Invitational

Freshman Cathy Doyle picked up right where she left off after last week’s second-place finish, matching her effort to lead the University of Evansville women’s golf team to another finish of second at the Belmont Invitational.

Doyle shot an even par of 72 in Tuesday’s final round at Old Hickory Country Club.  Her final round was the lowest round of the day, besting Tala Mumford of Austin Peay’s total of 74.  The Indianapolis native finished just a stroke off of medalist Caitlin Watts of UAB.  Watts finished with a 149 while Doyle carded a 150.

Lauren Ellerman finished in 12th place with a 157 while Alyssa Key was right behind with a 159 to place in 14th.  Sydney Skiles tied for 31st with a 169 while Dana Hayden notched a 174 to place 37th.

A pair of freshman played as individuals for UE as Chelsea Zusan tied for 35th with a 173 while Kelly Lamarche finished in 41st with a 179.

After leading by 13 strokes after day one, Belmont padded its advantage, winning the tournament by 17 shots over Evansville.  The Bruins finished with a 616 while UE notched a 633.  Four Bruins finished in the top 11 overall.

The women will have 11 days off before returning to action on April 14 and 15 at the Indiana Invitational.  The event will take place at the Indiana University Golf Club in Bloomington, Ind.

* Mens Soccer Adds Two to 2012 Recruiting Class

A very strong 2012 incoming class appears to be even stronger with the addition of two more top prospects. Head Coach Mike Jacobs and his coaching staff have announced the addition of Mark Anthony Gonzalez (Toronto, Canada) and Nick Lewis (Beaverton, Oregon).

“Adding both Mark Anthony (Gonzalez) and Nick (Lewis) give our already solid incoming class two more key pieces,” said Jacobs. “Being able to include creative attacking players in midfield and up front will only enhance the solid core of players we will have on our 2012 roster.  We are excited to welcome both of them to the University of Evansville Purple Aces family.”

Gonazalez and Lewis will make up the fall incoming class along with Ryan Coates (Springboro, Ohio), Vincent DiPrimio (Bloomington, Ind.), Faik Hajderovic (St. Louis, Mo.), William “Mack” Hasinger (Morton, Ill.), Nate Opperman (Olathe, Kan.) and Kyle Wilson (Evansville, Ind.).


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