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Thursday, April 7, 2011

* Some Campus Parking to Be Reserved Tomorrow Morning

The following parking areas will be reserved on Friday morning for individuals coming on campus to attend Mr. John H. Schroeder’s funeral in Neu Chapel:  Parking Lot N – Rotherwood and Walnut; north half of Lot A – behind the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building; and Fine Arts Building Drive – reserved for family members.  These lots will available for normal parking in the afternoon. 

* Condolences

The University of Evansville is saddened by the news that John H. Schroeder, a life member of the UE Board of Trustees and longtime friend to the University, passed away on Monday at the age of 90. Visitation will be from 3:00-7:00 p.m. Thursday at Alexander Funeral Home East Chapel, with services at 10:00 a.m. Friday at UE’s Neu Chapel.

Over the last six decades, the life and legacy of John H. Schroeder played an increasingly central role in shaping the University of Evansville. Today, it is impossible to overlook the contributions he has made to our campus. From his work in championing the acquisition of Harlaxton Manor, to his role in comforting and steering a campus devastated by the tragic loss of its basketball team, John H. Schroeder was among the greatest supporters the University of Evansville has ever seen. The University acknowledged his support both by naming a residence hall after John and later naming its business school the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration.

A pioneer in many aspects, Schroeder’s professional career included a leadership role in establishing Evansville as the plastics capital of the country, while at the same time keeping sight of the philanthropic spirit instilled in him at a young age by his father. 

The businessman and civic leader earned his AB from Wabash College in 1942 and his MBA from the Harvard School of Business Administration in 1947.  After graduation he became the founder of three companies: Crescent Plastics Inc., Cresline Plastic Pipe Co. Inc., and Wabash Plastics Inc.

Schroeder’s successful business career eventually led him to serve on the boards of the Evansville Chamber of Commerce; Evansville Museum of Arts, History, and Science; Welborn Baptist Hospital; Old National Bancorp; Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Co.; and the Society of Plastics Industry.

Schroeder’s relationship with the University of Evansville began in 1955 when he joined the building committee for the Clifford Memorial Library at Evansville College.  The construction of the library was the primary indication of the University’s shift from a smaller, commuter-based college to the fully residential and internationally diverse campus that it is today.  In 1964, Schroeder joined the UE Board of Trustees.  While serving on the board, he was one of the first trustees interested in pursuing the acquisition of Harlaxton College, UE’s campus in Grantham, England.  Schroeder fully supported then-president Wallace B. Graves in attempting to acquire the 100-room Victorian manor and the 100 acres of land surrounding the college.  Schroeder’s leadership was also displayed after the UE plane crash in December 1977 when, as chairman of the Board of Trustees, he helped the school and community to remain strong and rebuild after such a devastating loss.  

As one of the top benefactors in the history of the University of Evansville, it came as no surprise that Schroeder agreed to lead UE’s Widening the Circle capital campaign – a campaign that went on to be one of the University’s most successful fund-raising campaigns to date, and one that has provided the framework for campaigns since.  His personal solicitation of gifts and the philanthropic example he set for other community leaders to follow is still evident at the University today. 

Schroeder’s most recent gift to the University was the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building, a state-of-the-art facility that has received national attention and will be instrumental in attracting world-class talent and scholarship to Evansville.

Perhaps most notable, however, was Schroeder’s preference to remain “behind the scenes” with all the projects he was involved in (including those he led).  Often escaping the recognition he deserved, it seems he was never concerned with fame or the applause of others.  In spite of this, few in the Evansville area are better known for their community service.  Over the years, Schroeder served as president of the United Way of Southwestern Indiana, the Vanderburgh County Society for Crippled Children, Goodwill Industries, and Evansville Rotary Club, as well as director for the Evansville Chamber of Commerce and the Evansville Museum of Art, History, and Science. 

John H. Schroeder and the legacy he has left behind will forever be a part of both the city and the University of Evansville.


What's Happening Today

* Think Outside the Lunch Box Topic - Revolutions in the Arab World

Mark your calendar for Think Outside the Lunch Box on Thursday, April 7 at noon in Old National Bank's Blue and Gold Room. This month, the UE faculty speaker series features Associate Professor of History Daniel Byrne. His topic: "Revolutions in the Arab World." Beginning with the uprising in Tunisia, through the unrest in Egypt that led to the end of President Hosni Mubarak's 30-year reign, up to the allied bombing campaign in support of Libya's rebel movement, recent news reports have been dominated by uprisings in nations across the Arab world. Join us on April 7, as Dr. Byrne discusses the cultural and historical context of these revolutions in the Arab world.

This is the seventh event in this new faculty lecture series. All lectures take place on the first Thursday of the month.
For your convenience, Old National Bank's lobby features the Riverview by Firefly restaurant, which will be open during the event. Old National Bank is located at One Main Street in Evansville.

* Sing for Japan

Japan has recently experienced a devastating earthquake, and UE's International Club is coordinating an event to aid relief efforts. Sing For Japan is a karaoke fundraiser that will take place on Thursday, April 7 from 8-10 p.m. in Eykamp 252, Ridgway University Center. Come and bring friends and have fun for a good cause. Let us be keepers of our brothers and sisters in Japan. See you there!

* Legal Career Info Night!

On Thursday, April 7 at 6 p.m. in Eykamp 253, Ridgway University Center, members of the Evansville Bar Association will be here to talk with students.  Interested in a legal career?  Curious about what jobs are available in the legal field?  Ever wondered what a day in the life of a lawyer, judge, or paralegal is like?  Come to this event and learn more.  Food will be provided.  In partnership with the Office of Diversity Initiatives.  Please RSVP with La Toya Smith at


Upcoming Events

* Brent Sternberg to Speak to Finance Students

Brent Sternberg, CFA, Senior Vice President, Director of Equities, Old National Wealth Management and UE alum, will talk to students in Professor Walayet A. Khan's finance classes on April 13. The presentation will be at 4 p.m. in Room 170 in the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building. The title of his presentation will be  “Positioning Clients for a Global Economic Recovery”. Old National Wealth Management has approximately $6 billion in assets under supervision.  Brent joined Old National in 1997, became a CFA charter holder in 2004, and currently serves on the University of Evansville Alumni Board of Directors.

* UE PRIDE Hosts Religion & Sexuality Panel

PRIDE has planned a religion and sexuality panel discussion for Monday, April 11 at 7 p.m. in Eykamp 253, Ridgway University Center.  It will bring together leaders of Christian, Jewish, and other faiths to create a diverse panel discussion about the relationship between religion and sexuality.

Local religious leaders such as Rev. Dr. Tammy Gieselman (UE Chaplain) and Dr. Dianne Oliver (UE Associate Professor of Religion) will be part of the panel, along with Rabbi Helen Bar-Yaacov (Temple Adath B'nai Israel) and Rev. Phil Hoy (Zion UCC).  They will discuss what they, their church, and their religion says about GLBTQ issues. Panelists will detail both opinion and policy within their organization. After each speaker, the audience is invited to ask questions.

In past years, this event has been a huge success, with attendance of some very prominent and supportive leaders. If you want to know more about how GLBTQ people stand in church, at Mass, at synagogue or even in our own UE chapel, you should come to this event.


* Intervarsity Christian Fellowship Movie: The Passion of the Christ

One man. One world. One Passion. Come watch The Passion of the Christ on Monday, April 11, at 7 p.m. in Eykamp 251, Ridgway University Center. Intervarsity invites you to get a glimpse of the life of Jesus Christ through this film and discuss his lasting impact on our lives today. Admission is free and door prizes will be given. Honors students will be given .5 points for attending both the movie and the discussion.

* Field Day

SAB Field Day will be held on April 8 from 5-9 p.m.! Come out to the IM fields and check it out or form teams of 5 to 8 people and compete in a money walk, HOTT wing eating contest, balloon toss, potato sack race, three legged race, pie eating contest, dunk tank and more! There will be FREE food, cotton candy, music and friends!

* Come to Car Talk!

On Saturday, April 9, from 2-4 p.m., at the Hale basketball court, the Hale and Morton/Brentano staff will host Car Talk; a Define Your Life event designed to give you everything you ever wanted to know about cars!  Car salesmen and other knowledgeable professionals will be there passing out knowledge like candy at a parade!  Car Talk is free and is sure to be fun and informative for everyone!  Participants will learn about changing, inflating, and caring for tires, measuring air pressure, and when and why to rotate tires. They will find out about changing oil and oil filters, changing batteries, how to jump start a car,and  head lights, spark plugs,and fuses. There will be information on antifreeze, and replacing wiper blades and fluid. Learn about insurance, buying/selling/financing/leasing a car and related expenses, how to not get swindled, emergency preparedness kits, campus services for drivers, local car shops/dealers and more!!

* Senior Voice Recital

Senior vocal performance major Kelci Dalayne Scott will present a vocal recital on Saturday April 9 in Wheeler Concert Hall at 1 p.m.  Admission is free.  The program will include the music of Puccini, Verdi, Hadyn, Barber, Massenet, and many more. Scott will graduate this May and plans to attend graduate school for music performance in the fall.  

* UE Theatre Presents The Farnsworth Invention

The University of Evansville Department of Theatre announces a powerful closing to its 2010-2011 season - The Farnsworth Invention, by Academy Award-winner Aaron Sorkin, opening Friday, April 8 at 7:30 p.m. in Shanklin Theatre.  The Farnsworth Invention is directed by R. Scott Lank, professor of theatre.  Additional performances are at 7:30 p.m. on April 9, 14, 15 and 16, and at 2 p.m. on April 10 and 17.  The University of Evansville’s production marks the play’s debut by a university theatre department.
The Farnsworth Invention is a theatrical and compelling story revolving around the genesis of television.  Tension abounds between a visionary farm boy from Idaho and a Russian-born broadcasting tycoon, as they become unlikely adversaries in their pursuit of technological innovation.  Both men had big dreams for small screens, and their efforts changed the future of America and its bedfellow of corporate greed.
Ticket prices are $12 for adults and $11 for seniors, students and UE faculty. UE students may obtain one free student rush ticket beginning at noon the day of the performance they wish to attend. For more information, or to purchase tickets, call (812) 488-2031, Monday through Friday, noon to 5 p.m.

* Harlaxton 40th Anniversary Reunion Weekend to be Celebrated at UE April 15 and 16

All former and future Harlaxton students, faculty and staff are invited to take part in activities planned for the Harlaxton 40th Anniversary Reunion weekend.   Check out the full schedule of events at  As you’ll note, Dr. Bujak will be at UE for the weekend and making a few presentations.  These events have no charge and do not require registration. 

Other interest/educational sessions scheduled include:

Friday, April 15 at 3 p.m. – The Gardens of Harlaxton by Dr. Mark Valenzuela, Eykamp Hall
Friday, April 15 at 4 p.m. – Life in the Grand Manor by Dr. Edward Bujak, Eykamp
Saturday, April 16 at 9:30 a.m. – Up the Naked Mile and Down Memory Lane led by Dr. James MacLeod and Dr. Michael Carson, Eykamp Hall
Saturday, April 16 at 10:30 a.m. – Harlaxton Then and Now Panel Discussion, Eykamp Hall

Over 100 alumni from a variety of schools have already registered – including many members of the original class.  Some Harlaxton alums are coming from as far away as Turkey.  There will be many opportunities to meet new people and share Harlaxton stories.  Everyone’s invited to share in the celebration.  Questions?  Contact or extension 2586. 


* Department of Chemistry Hosting Guest Speaker

The Department of Chemistry will be hosting Dr. Nick Manicke as a visiting speaker on Friday, April 8 at 3 p.m. in Room 101 in Koch Center.  Nick is a graduate of the University of Evansville and is currently a postdoc in the Department of Chemistry at Purdue University.  He will be giving a talk on “"Biomedical Applications of Mass Spectrometry: Ambient Ionization and Miniature Instruments."  The campus community is invited.


Info You Should Know

* Students Needed for Psychology Survey

Students in a research methods class are in dire need of approximately 80 students to take a short 10-15 minute survey. Psychology students will be given one point of extra credit and candy, and candy will also be available for those ineligible for the extra credit. The students are studying the correlation between depressive symptomology and the quality of relationships. Sign-up sheets are available outside Room 126 in Hyde Hall under "Quality of Relationships and Depressive Symptoms." The survey will be given in Room 243 in Koch Center on Thursday, April 7 and Friday, April 8. Sign-up times are 5 p.m. and 6 p.m., but students can arrive anytime between 5 and 7 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome also.

* SAA Spring Recruitment Table

The Student Alumni Ambassadors (SAA) will have a Spring recruitment table set up on April 7 in Ridgway University Center  from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Root beer floats and prizes will be given away! SAA is a student organization whose members work hand-in-hand with the Alumni Department and volunteer at Homecoming and Parents Weekend activities. They hold events such as the Chili Cook-off and Purple Fridays. If you are interested, please feel free to stop by their table or e-mail Katie Litmer a  or Alicia Neaves at


* International Club Election

The semester is coming to a close and the members of International Club are inviting anyone interested in voting or running for a position to join us for elections. The positions are as follows: president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, publicist, social chair, SGA representative and intramural chair. Elections will take place on Wednesday, April 13 at 8 p.m. in Eykamp Hall, Ridgway University Center, after I-house Bahrain. Come and give your input. See you there.

* Housing Extended Stay Requests

The Residence Halls officially close for Summer Break at noon on Thursday, May 5. All Students are required to check out of their University housing 24 after their last final examination.  If you require additional time please fill out the Extended Stay Request form online at .  Students may be charged up to $35/night depending on the reason for staying.  Requests for Extended Stay must be submitted by 5 p.m. on Reading and Study Day (April 27).


* Insight Cable Switching to Digital Soon!

Insight Cable is starting to convert their service to digital cable starting sometime this week.  Over the course of the next 4-6 weeks, all stations will be converted to a digital signal. (Estimated: 2-6 stations per week)

This means a stronger signal and the opportunity to add digital features and services that are presently not available in student rooms for next year.

If you have a digital TV:
With a digital tuner you should experience a significant boost in quality! 

If you do not have a digital TV:
People who do not have a digital TV will begin to experience a drop in channel offerings starting this week.

For students who need a cable converter through the end of the year, Insight is providing converters and remotes. 

So, if you have a non-digital TV and absolutely gotta have a signal for the next few weeks, stop by the Residence Life Office between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. starting this Wednesday. Converter mini-boxes will be available for use for rest of the semester but must be returned to the Office of Residence Life by 5 p.m. on Reading & Study Day in the box provided. Unreturned converters and remotes will result in a $50 fee applied to your student account.

Next Year:
Digital cable will become standard throughout campus.  Access will only be available through digital TVs with built-in digital tuners.  Please be sure to come with a compatible TV!

* Phi Gamma Delta Hot-Tub-A-Thon

Phi Gamma Delta members will be selling t-shirts for their annual Hot-Tub-A-Thon philanthropy benefitting Easter Seals on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The shirts are $10 and allow the wearer to receive unlimited hot-tub time at the event. There will also be bracelets available for $1 and serve as free admission. Hot-Tub-A-Thon is Friday and Saturday, 3 p.m. to 3 p.m. More information, please contact David Riedford at

* Participants for Psychology Study Needed

UE psychology students are looking for participants for a study looking at ratings of attraction!  If interested, please email .  Students completing the survey will be able to receive extra credit in 100 and 200 level psychology courses or candy if extra credit is not desired or is not applicable!  Your help would be greatly appreciated!!

* Harlaxton Art Exhibit in Krannert Gallery April 2011

To coincide with the UE Harlaxton 40th Anniversary Reunion Weekend, an exhibit of Harlaxton inspired art work is on display in Krannert Gallery during April 2011. A variety of former faculty members and students from UE, Western Kentucky, and USI have submitted works. They include: Gretchen Bies, William Brown, Kim Pazuk Butcher, Alaina Clingman, Joe Flauto, Brelyn Holmes, Ella Combs-Larmann, Katrina Layer, Leslie Nichols, Michael Nichols, Carolyn Roth, Dana Samson, Amanda Topper, Kayla Troutman, Kathryn Waters and Julie Wilson.

* Student Congress Meeting Location Changed

Just a reminder that this week's Student Congress meeting will be held at Methodist Temple at 5 p.m. for the annual banquet and elections. Please remind organization representatives of this change.

* Friends of WUEV

In conjunction with celebrating its 60th anniversary on the airwaves, 91.5 F.M.-WUEV, the campus radio station of the University of Evansville, is proud to announce the formation of the “Friends of WUEV.”  To kick-off the “Friends of WUEV” program, WUEV will be conducting a week-long fund drive at the station from 12:01 a.m. on Monday, April 11 through 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, April 17, with WUEV staff members being in studio for all 24 hours of all seven days of the drive.

“As a non-commercial, educational radio station, WUEV relies heavily on support from both public and private donors to remain a viable learning experience for UE students,” said WUEV general manager Tom Benson.  “With the ‘Friends of WUEV’ program, we hope to not only help ensure the future of the station as a learning experience for future UE students, but we hope to also develop a better relationship with our listeners and alumni. 

“WUEV has a strong tradition of having a loyal listener fan base and alumni group.  We hope that with this fund drive and the ‘Friends of WUEV’ program that we will get to better know our listeners and alumni and help them feel better connected with our radio station and the students who form the WUEV staff.” 

All funds raised from the “Friends of WUEV” group will go directly to benefit the radio station and assist with the operating budget for the station.  The “Friends of WUEV” program will feature various levels of giving for both individuals and corporations.  For more information on the “Friends of WUEV” program, please visit WUEV’s website,

WUEV is the only home for jazz music in the Tri-State area, but WUEV also features top 40 music in the evenings with “Today’s Best Music” from 6-9 p.m., rap and hip-hop with “Party Lights” on the weekends from 9 p.m. until 2 a.m. and alternative and rock music with “The Other Side” from 9 p.m. through 1 a.m. on Sundays through Wednesdays.  WUEV also features shows for such music genres as blues (A Case of the Blues, Saturdays from 12-6 p.m.), Christian rock (The Light, Sundays from 12-4 p.m.), world music (World Safari, Sundays from 4-9 p.m.) and children’s music (Rated G, Saturdays from 8-11 a.m.), while also being the home for University of Evansville athletics.  WUEV began serving the Tri-State area on April 1, 1951, and has won numerous awards for outstanding radio service and production over its 60-year existence.

* SAB Accepting Committee Chair Applications

Now until April 8th!!! The Student Activities Board (SAB) is accepting applications for committee chairs, Secretary and Treasurer. Complete the application here by April 8th. Come be a part of that provides fun for the whole campus!

* Volunteers Needed for Southern Indiana Classic Marathon

Volunteers are needed for the Southern Indiana Classic Marathon in April!

The Southern Indiana Classic Marathon and Half Marathon takes place on Sunday, April 10 in Evansville at the Vanderburgh County 4H center. There are a wide variety of volunteer opportunities available, both that weekend and the week leading up to it. Volunteers receive free t-shirts, entrance to the SIC Celebration Party (going on all day at the 4H center for the community and race participants) and are invited to a volunteer appreciation party the week following the event.

To see jobs and sign up, visit the website, and click "learn more" under volunteer information.  This is perfect for your student organization, sorority or fraternity to all work together and help our community. If you have a group that is interested in volunteering please contact SIC intern Lauren Schaftlein at  For all other questions, contact Andrea Klotz at or



* Baehl Named Prairie Farm MVC Scholar Athlete of Week

 Senior Jared Baehl of the University Evansville baseball team has been selected as the Prairie Farms/Missouri Valley Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Week, announced by Commissioner Doug Elgin today. Baehl was honored for his performance during the period of March 28-April 3.

An outfielder, Baehl batted .368 with a .632 slugging percentage, as the Purple Aces took four of five games, including a three-game sweep of IPFW on April 1-3.

Baehl, who has a 3.32 cumulative grade-point average in management, went 3-for-4 with a double, triple and two runs batted in at Saint Louis on March 30.  He had at least one hit in every game of the IPFW series, including two hits and two RBI in two of three contests. 

To qualify for Prairie Farms/Missouri Valley Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Week laurels, student-athletes must carry a cumulative grade-point average of 3.20, completed at least one academic year at a Valley institution and must be at least a sophomore in academic standing.  Redshirt freshmen and first-year junior college transfers are not eligible.  In addition to the academic qualifications, student-athletes will be evaluated on their athletic performance for a one-week period.



* No. 16 Missouri Takes Two From Aces

The University of Evansville softball team dropped a pair of tough midweek games to No. 16 Missouri tonight at James and Dorothy Cooper Stadium. The Tigers posted a 7-2 victory in game one before winning the night cap by a score of 9-1 in five innings.

Senior Kelci Alsip and sophomore Alicia Betancur both finished the night going 2-for-5 offensively. Junior Amy Gaertner, freshman Niki Rahming and Alsip each doubled at the plate while Betancur and senior Jen Stahlhut tallied home runs.

The Aces (7-27) will resume Missouri  Valley Conference play this weekend, traveling to Terre Haute, Ind., for a three-game series with Indiana State.

Game 1: UE 2, No. 16 Missouri 7
A two-run home run by Nicole Hudson gave Mizzou an early 2-0 lead in the top of the first. Evansville quickly cut the lead in half as senior Jen Stahlhut blasted her second leadoff home run of the season to in the bottom of the frame. 
Missouri was able to push across one more run in the top of the second before Hudson struck again, sending out another two-run shot to extend the Tigers’ lead to 5-1.

Sophomore Alicia Betancur belted her third career home run in the bottom of the fourth inning to bring the Aces within three at 5-2.

Missouri answered back in the top of the fifth inning, using three hits to push across one run, bringing the score to 6-2. The Tigers added their final run in the top of the seventh inning with a solo home run by pinch hitter Mackenzie Sykes.
Freshman Taylor Perry (0-4) took the loss on the mound for the Aces. Missouri’s Kristin Nottelman improved to 12-1 with ten strikeouts on the day.

Game 2: UE  1, No. 16 Missouri 9
The Tigers opened the nightcap with five runs off four hits in the top of the first inning. Ashley Fleming  opened the game two-run home run before the Tigers used three back-to-back doubles to plate three unearned runs and take the 5-0 lead.

Missouri added to its lead in the top of the second, using two hits and taking advantage of a UE error to plate two more runs. The Tigers scored again in the top of the fifth, plating two runs to push the score to 9-0.

Senior Kelci Alsip cranked a leadoff double to start the bottom of the fifth inning before freshman Niki Rahming followed with a double of her own. Alsip was able to score from second to spoil the shutout and put UE on the board at 9-1. But the Aces were unable to score again as Missouri went on to take the run-rule win in five innings.
Kautz (3-8) was credited with the loss on the mound. Chelsea Thomas got the win for Mizzou, improving to 14-3.


* Aces Hold Off SIUE

The University of Evansville baseball team built a 5-0 lead, piloted by the pitching of sophomore Josh Biggs and home runs by senior Cody Fick and junior Trentt Copeland, as the Aces held off SIU Edwardsville for a 5-3 win Wednesday night at Braun Stadium. The victory gives UE its fifth straight and improves the Aces’ record to 17-9 on the year, while the Cougars fell to 10-17.

Biggs (1-0) threw six scoreless innings on the mound to earn his first win of the season, allowing three hits, two walks, while striking out four. The sophomore did not allow a single SIUE player past first base.
Fick led Evansville at the plate with his 3-for-3 performance, including two runs scored and two runs batted in on a home run and two singles.

The Aces jumped onto the scoreboard quickly with two runs in the first inning. Senior Nate Smith and sophomore Eric Stamets led off UE’s initial at-bats with back-to-back doubles, scoring one. Fick singled to left field, plating Stamets to give Evansville a 2-0 head start.

In the second, Copeland belted his first home run of the season and fifth of his career far over the left field wall. Fick copied in the fourth with a leadoff, first pitch homer to left-center to put the Aces up 4-0.

With two outs, senior Jared Baehl doubled, scoring Fick who reached base on a walk for what would be Evansville’s final run of the game.

Sophomore Adam Culiver relieved Biggs in the seventh and looked to get out of the inning just fine with two outs and a runner on first. However, another Cougar reached base on a hit-by-pitch. On what should have been the final out of the inning, Culiver fielded a groundball and threw it over the head of first baseman Ryan Oesterle, plating two on the play. Culiver walked two more before sophomore Jake Naumann came out of the bullpen with bases loaded. Naumann also surrendered a walk, bringing in the third run of the inning, before getting the final out of the side.

Naumann earned the save, throwing the final two innings and preserving the win for the Aces. He allowed one hit and four walks, including working his way out of another two-out bases loaded jam in the eighth.

Travis Felax (3-1) took the loss for the Cougars, throwing five innings and giving up four runs on five hits, a walk, while striking out four.

The Aces look to keep their winning streak alive when they open Missouri Valley Conference play Friday against Southern Illinois. Game one of the three-game series starts at 6 p.m. at Braun Stadium.


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