University of Evansville

AceNotes Today

Monday, April 23, 2012

* Summer Hours Begin May 7

The University will begin a modified summer schedule starting Monday, May 7 and ending Monday, August 6. 

Business hours for the campus will be adjusted during this period to 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. In all cases, the area supervisor is responsible for the scheduling decisions that will best meet the University’s and their respective department’s service requirements during business hours. We will return to regular hours on Monday, August 6.

The modified summer work schedule is incumbent on ensuring coverage to service our many constituencies. It is important to maintain our commitment and communication with students and their parents during the summer months. Your assistance in this regard is greatly appreciated. 


What's Happening Today

* This Week in Music: Annual Gumberts Award Recital and University Band

The Department of Music’s University Band will present its spring concert in Neu Chapel this evening, April 23, at 7:30 p.m.  Assistant Professor and Director of Bands Ken Steinsultz and Assistant Professor of Music Education Timothy Groulx will lead the ensemble in a program of contemporary wind ensemble music, including works by Pierre Leemans, John Mackey, Jan Van der Roost, Steven Reineke and Ronald LoPriesti.  The concert is free and open to the public.

The Department of Music will conclude its concert offerings for the year with the thirty-fifth annual Gumberts Award Recital in Wheeler Concert Hall on Tuesday, April 24, at 8:00 p.m. [PLEASE NOTE THE TIME CHANGE.] Each year, the Gumberts Award Recital features the best performers among the senior class as selected by the Department faculty.  This year, the performers are Kaitlin Gress (percussion), Fatima Chan (violin), and Alyssa Kereki (flute).  The three seniors will perform a wide range of works from the Baroque era to the present, and a panel of judges from outside the Department will evaluate their performances and select this year’s recipient of the award.  The concert is free and open to the public.

* Help Cure Diabetes!

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Walk to Cure Diabetes is May 19 at Holiday World. To learn more about walking or donating, stop by the team members’ table in Graves Hall lobby on April 23 and 24 from 8 a.m.– 3 p.m. or go online at

* Fight for Justice

Take a break from studying and writing, grab a friend, and meet by Carson Center at 6:00 p.m.TONIGHT - and then take a bus or carpool to Crossroads Christian Church and make a big difference in this community just by being present! You will even get a free T-shirt! The group will sit with approximately 1500 other community members and ask government leaders and policy makers, including Mayor Lloyd Winnecke, to make a change in the way our city treats citizens who have been convicted of drug possession or abuse. Evansville currently has a program that provides help to these people to break their addiction and help them to become a successful, productive member of society. However, only about 100 people can be helped through this intensive program, while over 100 more sit waiting in jail. The group will be asking the city to divert funds from housing these people in jail to paying for more social workers in the Drug Court to help 100 more people at a time. If100 students from UE attend, they will be representing the number of people who will be helped. So, please come be counted as a supporter of justice!

* Win a Kindle Touch

The Crescent Magazine staff is interested in learning your general feelings and impressions about this year’s magazine. The survey will take just a few minutes to complete. It is anonymous, but by completing the survey and including your name and e-mail address at the end of the survey, you will be entered to win a Kindle Touch just for participating. One entry per UE student. Non-students and Student Publications staff are not eligible.

* Make a Donation to March for Babies Walk!

Even if you cannot join our UE team at the March of Dimes, March for Babies walk on April 28, please consider making a donation in support of our UE team. To make a donation online, go to and click “join this team.” If you prefer, you can drop off your cash or check donations in the Office of Student Accounts.

Remember, your participation and support will save babies.


Upcoming Events

* Visiting Artist Lecture Planned for Tuesday

Ann Weber will be featured at a Vistiing Artist Lecture on Tuesday, April 24 at noon in the Melvin Peterson Gallery. Weber creates large sculptures from woven strips of carboard using ancient, modern, craft and high art.

* Volunteer Experience in Dominican Republic to be Topic of Honors Presentation

Andrea Weber, a senior elementary education major, will be giving her honors project presentation on Reading Study Day (Wednesday, April 25)  at 10:30 in a.m. in Room 100, Graves Hall. She will share her time volunteering in a school in the Dominican Republic and more about the culture and customs she experienced while studying abroad in Santiago this past fall. 

* Bookstore Book Buyback April 25 - May 2

Book Buyback at the UE Bookstore starts at noon on April 25 and runs through Wednesday, May 2.  Promotions during the week include an IPAD giveaway and daily ITune drawings. You can register each time you sell books. Promotions also include merchandise discounts, Sweet Poppins and other items. 

You may sell books back as many times during the week as you wish and you do NOT need your original receipt. You will need your student ID. We freely offer quotes on books whether used on this campus or not. You'll always get cash on spot. A majority of the books we buy stay on campus to benefit the campus community.  In addition to regular pricing on books we have over 200 titles that offer special bonus pricing well above any others. 

Please remember to bring all components, including CDs, that came with your textbooks as that may result in better pricing.  Any workbooks or texts that require answers be written in them should be clean for value.  Also always keep an eye on your books and report any missing textbooks to the Bookstore as soon as possible.  

If you have any questions about Buyback be sure to ask or contact the Bookstore.  Buyback ends promptly at 5 p.m. on May 2 so make sure you get in before that time.    

* All UE Students are invited to "The Last Supper"

Rev. Larry A. Rascoe, senior pastor of  Nazarene Missionary Baptist Church, men’s basketball chaplain, and University of Evansville Board of Trustees member is inviting you to a wonderful home cooked meal.  You are invited to attend “The Last Supper” on Sunday, April 29, at 1:00 p.m., after the 11:00 a.m. worship service.  It will be held at Nazarene Missionary Baptist Church at 867 Walnut Street, Evansville, Ind.  R.S.V.P. to 812 424-7368 by April 26.  “Last Supper” refers to the last big supper before the end of finals!  Invite your roommates and friends. Need a ride?  Contact the church at 812-424-7368.

* Free Obsolete Electronics Recycling

On Tuesday, April 24, you can turn in obsolete electronics for recycling, at no cost to you. Nearly all such items will be accepted, including small appliances such as dorm room sized refrigerators.  Exceptions include typewriters, vacuum cleaners, coffee makers, and the like. Qualified obsolete electronics can be dropped off between 1:30-3:30 p.m. by the basketball court between Hale Hall and Hughes Hall; and in the parking lot between Moore Hall and Morton/Brentano Halls.  If you have any questions please contact Janice Walker at 2941 or

* UE Cheer Team Tryouts

The UE Cheer Team is looking for males and females to join the cheer team for the 2012-2013 season.  Cheer Tryouts will be held on April 27 and 28.  The clinic will be Friday, April 27 at 5 p.m. in Carson Center with the tryouts being held on Saturday, April 28 at 8 a.m. in Carson Center.  For more information on tryouts or qualifications, go to or email head coach Courtney Moore at  There is a non-refundable $25 tryout fee that must be paid before trying out for the team.  Join the tradition and be part of the UE Cheer Team!

* Family Weekend Date Set for 2012: Make Plans Now!

Family Weekend is scheduled for September 28–30. The Office of Alumni and Parent Relations has started working on event planning for this weekend. If your department or organization would like to have an event during Family Weekend, please complete a newly developed “Family Weekend Event Form” by clicking on this link, or by e-mailing the information to:  

Like last year’s successful weekend, we would love to have a lot of student and department participation!  If you have any questions, please contact Angela Williams, assistant director of Alumni and Parent Relations, at 488-2900 or Donna Jones, at 488-2586.


Info You Should Know

* Attention UE Cardholders

The April Pcard Cycle began on March 22 and ends on April 23.  Pcards statements must  be reconciled and printed from SDG2 as of April 25 and submitted along with your receipts in a Pcard Envelope.  GL will upload on April 30.

* Writing Center Closing--and Options

The Writing Center will close for spring semester at 10 p.m. Tuesday, April 24. However, students who would like assistance with a paper after Tuesday may call Linda Bathon at ext. 2606; special arrangements will be made for a session with one of the Writing Center's tutors. 


* Nearly $1000 Raised for Salvation Army War on Hunger

Thank you to the UE Community for your generosity in the UE drive to support the Salvation Army War on Hunger.  Together we raised nearly $1,000.00 for this cause in just four days!  This purchased a full skid of stuffing and an extra $350.00 for miscellaneous food items.  All of the proceeds were donated to the Salvation Army on Friday to help serve local Evansville families.  Thank you again for doing something that matters!

* Purchasing Procedures Announced for May

As the end of the University’s fiscal year approaches on May 31, Administrative Services and Accounting and Audit announce the following procedures related to purchases of goods and services during May.

Pcard Purchases
• Pcard purchases posting to the statement on or before May 21 (cycle end date) will be paid from FY 2011-2012 funds. Most shipments post on your Pcard within three to four business days.  However, vendors have up to nine business days to post transactions.
• Pcard purchases posting from May 22 through May 31 will be paid from FY 2012-2013 (new year) funds, unless the item purchased exceeds $500.  Purchases exceeding $500 will be paid from FY 2011-2012 funds.

Office Depot Orders
• Normally, Office Depot orders placed by 3 p.m. for items in stock are delivered the next business day. Upon delivery, the transaction should post on your Pcard within three to four business days.
• Office Depot orders received by May 13 will likely post on the May 21 Pcard Cycle and be paid from FY 2011-2012 funds.
• Office Depot orders placed and received but posting to the Pcard between May 22 and May 31 will be paid from FY 2012-2013 funds, unless the items purchased exceed $500.  Purchases exceeding $500 will be paid from FY 2011-2012 funds.

Purchase Orders
• Approved requisitions converted into purchase orders and delivered by May 31 will be paid from FY 2011-2012 funds.
• Approved Requisitions indicating FY 2012-2013 written on them in red ink will be processed with a delivery date of June 1 or later.
• Backordered Purchase Orders not delivered by May 31 will be paid from FY 2012-2013 funds.

Blanket Orders
• All FY 2011-2012 Blanket orders expire on May 31, 2012.
• Approved Requisitions for FY 2012-203 (new year) Blanket Orders may now be submitted with June 1, 2012 through May 31, 2013 effective dates.
• Backordered Blanket Purchase Order items not delivered by May 31, 2012 will be paid from FY 2012-2013 funds.

Requisitions for Check Request
• All services completed and items purchased less than $100 and on campus by May 31, must be submitted on a requisition to Accounting & Audit by 5 p.m. on Monday, June 11 to be paid from FY 2011-2012 funds.
• The requisitions must have appropriate approvals and funds available to be charged to FY 2011-2012.
• Any requisitions not submitted by this time or those submitted without appropriate approvals or without funds available will be charged to your budget in FY 2012-2013.
• All services completed and items purchased for $100 or more and on campus by May 31 must be submitted on a requisition to Accounting and Audit by Monday, June 18 to be paid from FY 2011-2012 funds. Any requisitions not submitted by this time will be charged to your budget in FY 2012-2013.

* Have a Writing Center Appointment? Please Honor It!

With semester end fast approaching, the Writing Center calendar is bursting with appointments--a good thing! If you have booked an appointment, please honor it by coming to it on time. If by chance you cannot keep the appointment you have made, remember to cancel it, allowing enough time for another student to take the spot you held. Time at the Center is coveted, and the tutors want to serve as many students as they can. When someone does not show up for an appointment he or she has booked, this is time wasted--and not fair to the other students. Thank you for honoring the appointments you make!

* What UEL Can Do 4U: WorldCat

Do you want to find a CD of Once in a Lifetime, the comedy by Moss Hart and George Kaufman?  Are you looking for books authored by Mitt Romney and Barack Obama?  Do you need resources dealing with Harlaxton College? Are you searching for books on the health care system in the U.S. or in Indiana? Search for and find all of these items in WorldCat.

WorldCat is the world’s largest union catalog.  This unique database contains millions of records representing library-owned resources—both physical and digital—that cross all subjects and languages. More than 10,000 libraries participate in WorldCat and searching this huge database allows you to know which libraries hold what materials.  More than one billion pieces of information are contained within WorldCat. 

WorldCat was conceived and produced by OCLC, a library membership organization established in Dublin, Ohio, in 1967.  It was founded by a small group of librarians who believed that by working together, sharing records, they could reduce information costs.

Contact Kathy Bartelt ( or Shane White ( with questions or comments.

* Financial Aid Announcement for Stafford Loan Recipients

Students who have received a Federal Stafford Loan while attending UE and plan to graduate,  withdraw from school, or transfer to another school, are mandated by federal regulations to attend an Exit Counseling Session.  The Office of Financial Aid will hold a session on April 25 at 11:00 am (Reading Study Day) in Hyde Hall, Room 126 and on May 4 at 11:30 in Hyde Hall, Room 103. 

You must arrive on time and bring the names, addresses and phone numbers of 2 people who you will remain in contact with after leaving UE. Each session will last approximately 30 minutes.


* Final Exam Week Library Hours

• Wednesday, April 25:  7:45  a.m.   -    1:00 a.m.
• Thursday, April 26:       7:45 a.m.    -    1:00 a.m.
• Friday, April 27:             7:45 a.m.    -    8:00 p.m.
• Saturday, April 28:      10:00 a.m.   -    8:00 p.m.  
• Sunday, April 29:                   Noon   -    1:00 a.m.
• Monday, April 30:          7:45 a.m.   -    1:00 a.m.     
• Tuesday, May 1:              7:45 a.m.   -    Midnight
• Wednesday, May 2:       7:45 a.m.   -    5:00 p.m.
• Thursday, May 3:            7:45 a.m.   -    5:00 p.m.
• Friday, May 4:                  7:45 a.m.   -    5:00 p.m.
• Saturday, May 5:             CLOSED
• Sunday, May 6:                CLOSED

* Important Spring Commencement Information

Spring and summer graduates need to stop by the Registrar’s Office in Room 106 in Olmsted Hall to pick up their May commencement line cards.  The cards contain important information for commencement day and should be brought to the graduation ceremony.  Cords will also be distributed to students earning Latin honors.

* Housing Extended Stay Requests

All UE residential facilities officially close at noon on the Thursday, May 3. However, students must officially check out of housing within 24 hours following their last exam. If you need to stay later, an Online Extended Request Form must be submitted by 5 p.m. on Reading & Study Day. These forms are available on the Residence Life Web site. There may be a $35 per night fee depending on the reason for staying. Graduating seniors and those participating in graduation may remain in housing until noon the day following commencement (but still must submit an extended stay request).

* Summer Sessions Online Classes

Consider taking a UE online course this summer. Check out these online courses to meet your needs. Visiting students can contact the Center for Adult Education Department (812-488-2981) for registration assistance.  For a detailed listing of ALL summer course offerings at UE, please visit

Summer I Online Courses:
ART 105 – Introduction to Visual Arts
ARTH 209 – Survey of Art II
BUS 380 – Leadership
CHEM 108 – Elementary Chemistry
COMM 380 – Intercultural Communication
EDUC 100 – History & Found of Amer Educ
EDUC 320 – Teach Strategies in K-12 Schools
EDUC 322 – Spec Need Stud K-12
EXSS 190 – Intro to Public Health
MATH 105 – College Algebra
MATH 221 – Calculus I
MATH 222 – Calculus II
MGT 280 – Leadership
MGT 311 – Mgmt Information Systems
MGT 377 – Organizational Behavior
MKT 325 – Principles of Marketing
PSCI 100 – World Politics
QM 227 – Introduction to Statistics
REL 150 – Intro New Testament
SOC 105 – Intro to Sociology

Summer II Online Courses:
ACCT 211 – Principles of Accounting II
ART 105 – Introduction to Visual Arts
BUS 380 – Social Media Strategy
COMM 130 – Intro to Communication
EDUC 320 – Teach Strategies in K-12 Schools
EDUC 516 – Adv Educ Technol & Application
EXSS 195 – Global Health Issues
HSA 414/514 – Health Care Mgmt & HR
HIST 111 – World History to 1500
MGT 310 – Production/Operations Mgmt
NUTR 280 – Nutrition in Health & Disease
PSCI 100 – World Politics
PSYC 416 – Human Sexuality
REL 130 – Christian Thought
SOC 230 – Social Problems Modern World



* Rob Griffith

Associate Professor of Creative Writing Rob Griffith is a finalist in the Society of Midland Authors awards for his poetry collection, “The Moon from Every Window."

The Society, founded in 1915 by a group of authors including Hamlin Garland, Harriet Monroe and Vachel Lindsay, has given out annual awards since 1957. The juried competition is open to authors who live in, were born in, or have strong ties to Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota or Wisconsin.

Notable winners have included Saul Bellow, Kurt Vonnegut, Studs Terkel, Gwendolyn Brooks, Mike Royko, Jane Smiley, Dempsey Travis, Leon Forrest, William Maxwell, Louise Erdrich, Scott Turow, Alex Kotlowitz, Aleksandar Hemon, Stuart Dybek and Roger Ebert.

This year’s winners will receive a cash award and a recognition plaque. Since 2002, the Society has also hosted the presentation of the James Friend Memorial Award for Literary Criticism at its banquet.

The Annual Awards Dinner will take place Tuesday, May 8, in the LaSalle Room at Holiday Inn Chicago Mart Plaza, 350 N. Orleans St., Chicago. The master of ceremonies will be Jay Bonansinga, a screenwriter, filmmaker and New York Times best-selling author of 14 books (



* American College Theatre Festival Honors John David Lutz

John David Lutz, Chair of the University of Evansville Department of Theatre, has been selected to receive the award for Outstanding Career Achievement in Directing, from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. The award will be presented on Saturday, April 22, at a ceremony in Washington, DC.

Lutz is in his 47th year on the faculty and has directed 71 productions at UE. Last fall, Lutz directed Athol Fugard’s “MASTER HAROLD”…and the boys, marking his 24th production showcased at an ACTF regional festival, since 1971. Six of these productions were additionally showcased at the national festival at the Kennedy Center.  In 2007, by special invitation, the UE production of The Comedy of Errors was one of the Kennedy Center’s contributions to the “Shakespeare in Washington” celebration. Lutz has also directed at regional theatres and the Off-Broadway premiere of Between Daylight and Boonville, by Matt Williams, a UE alumnus and member of the Board of Trustees.

In lieu of showcasing productions at a national festival this year, a group of 22 theatre educators travelled to all six regional festivals and have recognized the cast, crew, and creative team of the “MASTER HAROLD”…and the boys with the following awards:
Distinguished Production of a Play;
Distinguished Performance and Production Ensemble;
Distinguished Scenic Design, to Eric Renschler, Assistant Professor of Scenic Design;
Outstanding Performance by an Actor, to Dylan Frederick, a sophomore from Edina, Minn.




* Creighton, Changstrom Sweep Aces

The University of Evansville softball team dropped a 7-0 decision in today’s series finale against the Creighton Blue Jays.

Five hits, three walks and an Evansville error led to a seven-run bottom of the first for the Blue Jays. The 7-0 lead  would prove to be all that Creighton would need to secure the win, as Creighton starter Becca Changstrom kept the Aces at bay with a one-hit shutout performance in the circle.

Junior Tamara Robey broke up Changstrom’s no-hitter with a soft infield single in the top of the sixth, recording UE’s only hit of the ball game.

Junior Kendall Kautz (1-6) took the loss in the circle, giving up all seven runs, four of which were earned, off five hits in the first inning. Sophomore Emily Morris tossed the final six innings of the game, scattering five hits and striking out one batter as she held the Blue Jays scoreless in the relief effort.

The Aces will return home for a single game against Southern Illinois on Tuesday to complete the three-game series against the Salukis.

* Evansville Tennis Falls To Illinois State In Regular Season Finale

Dora Kotsiou and Natasha James picked up singles wins, but it was Illinois State coming out with a 5-2 victory over the University of Evansville women’s tennis team in Sunday’s regular-season finale in Normal, Ill.

For the first time in league play, Evansville (13-8, 3-4 MVC) lost in doubles.  Aniko Kiss and Emmie Marx took an 8-3 decision over James and Kotsiou while Ariane Maack and Heather Nisbet defeated Emily Richardson and Kelsey Costales, 8-4. 

Aleks Dzakula and Jessica Raatz were victorious in their doubles tilt over Hannah Esker and Stefanie Youngberg, 8-6.

Kotsiou and James notched wins in their singles matches.  Kotsiou took down Kiss, 6-4, 7-5 while James defeated Maack in the third slot, 6-0, 6-2.

Dzakula lost in three sets to Marx, 6-1, 7-5, 0-3 while the fourth through sixth flights each lost in two matches.  Mina Milovic fell to Carolina Abello, 6-2, 6-2 while Gaby Fifer was dealt a loss in the fifth flight, 6-2, 6-3 to Youngberg.  In the sixth spot, Costales was defeated by Hannah Esker, 6-2, 6-1.

On Friday, the Purple Aces will begin play at the State Farm MVC Championships, which will be held in Omaha, Neb.

Illinois State 5, Evansville 2

Singles competition
1. Dora Kotsiou (UE) def. Aniko Kiss (ILS) 6-4, 7-5
2. Emmie Marx (ILS) def. Aleksandra Dzakula (UE) 6-1, 7-5, 0-3
3. Natasha James (UE) def. Ariane Maack (ILS) 6-0, 6-2
4. Carolina Abello (ILS) def. Mina Milovic (UE) 6-2, 6-1
5. Stefanie Youngberg (ILS) def. Gaby Fifer (UE) 6-2, 6-3
6. Hannah Esker (ILS) def. Kelsey Costales (UE) 6-2, 6-1

Doubles competition
1. Aniko Kiss/Emmie Marx (ILS) def. Natasha James/Dora Kotsiou (UE) 8-3
2. Ariane Maack/Heather Nisbet (ILS) def. Emily Richardson/Kelsey Costales (UE) 8-4
3. Aleksandra Dzakula/Jessica Raatz (UE) def. Hannah Esker/Stefanie Youngberg (ILS) 8-6

* Women's Golf Stands Ninth After Day One At MVC

Alyssa Key shot a team-low 79 as the Purple Aces women’s golf team wrapped up the opening round of the State Farm MVC Championship in ninth place at the Country Club of Terre Haute.

Key enters Monday’s second round in a tie for 25th place after recording a 7-over 79 to open up play.  Two shots behind her were Lauren Ellerman and Sydney Skiles, who each carded an 81 in their opening-round efforts.

Cathy Doyle shot an 86 to finish in a tie for 44th while Dana Hayden shot a 93.

Northern Iowa, who was picked third in the pre-tournament poll, holds a one shot lead over favorite Missouri State.  The Panthers notched a 299 while the Bears had a 300.  Bradley and Illinois State are tied for third with a 305. 

Evansville is in ninth place with a 327, four strokes behind Drake.

Katie Tabbert of UNI leads all players after the first of three round as she shot an even 72 on Sunday.  Thea Hedemann of Bradley is second with a 73 while a pair of golfers are tied for third with a 74.

The teams will play one round on Monday before wrapping up the event with the final 18 holes on Tuesday.  Fans wishing to follow the tournament live can do so here:

* Aces Baseball Downed, 9-5, By Dayton In Series Rubber Match

Scoring four runs in the top of the ninth inning, the University of Dayton broke a 5-5 stalemate and captured the series win over the University of Evansville baseball team, 9-5, Sunday afternoon at Braun Stadium. The loss drops the Aces record to 24-16 overall, while the Flyers improve to 19-22 on the season.

Dayton outhit the Aces, 16-8, as Jake Mahon led UE with three hits, a run batted in, and a run scored. Senior Trentt Copeland also recorded multiple hits, going 2-for-4 with one RBI. Freshman Kyle Pollock logged a team-high two RBI and also scored a run.

Sophomore James Kohler (0-1) took the loss, allowing two runs, three hits, and a walk in 2.1 innings. Kohler relieved starter Kyle Freeland who left the game tied five all after the sixth. The southpaw was credited to five runs, 10 hits, a walk, and three strikeouts. Zach Taylor tossed a third in the ninth, tagged with two runs and three hits, while Jake Naumann faced one batter and struck him out to end the side.

Evansville took a 1-0 lead in the first inning, as Mahon singled to right field, advanced to third on a wild throw from the outfield, and scored on Pollock’s sacrifice fly.

Dayton countered in the second, stringing three singles and a fielder’s choice together. The Flyers also added two more runs in the third inning on four singles for a 3-1 advantage.

However, the Aces battled back with a run in the fourth on Copeland’s 55th career double, moving him into sixth place all-time at UE. Evansville also rallied for three runs in the fifth to regain the lead, 5-3. After Tim Bodine drew a leadoff walk in the inning, Mahon doubled, Pollock doubled, and Kevin Kaczmarski tripled, consecutively, with one out.

Unfortunately, those would be UE’s last runs of the game, as Dayton reliever Denton Sagerman (1-1) held the Aces scoreless and without a hit in four innings of work.

Dayton plated the last six runs of the game, scoring two in the sixth off Freeland and with the score tied, 5-5, the top of the ninth, the Flyers combined five singles together for four more runs.

A.J. Ryan led Dayton’s offense, going 4-for-4 with two runs scored, as five Flyers recorded multiple hits.

The Aces are back in action Wednesday, hosting Murray State at 6:00 p.m. before returning to Missouri Valley Conference play next weekend versus Bradley.



Contribute to AceNotes
To have content considered for inclusion in AceNotes, please submit a Marketing Request Form. Deadline for submission to AceNotes is 10:00 a.m. on the requested date of publication. Only articles concerning UE related/sponsored activities will be accepted. Articles submitted to AceNotes may be edited for length and clarity. Submitter contact information is at the end of each article.

Facebook   Twitter   YouTube

View Complete Issue