University of Evansville


Wednesday, March 6, 2024

* Important University Logo Information

The Office of Marketing would like to remind the campus community of some guidelines regarding the University of Evansville and Purple Aces logos. If your department or student organization is using a University-related logo in any materials (print, digital, or swag), please review the important guidelines below.

  • If you are making a logo for your department or organization and it will include the UE, Aces, or Ace Purple logos, it must be designed or approved by Marketing.
  • All University-related logos must be sent through the Office of Marketing for approval.
  • All logos must follow UE brand guidelines, which are outlined on our area’s webpage. See pages 28-39 of the brand guidelines document for full details.
  • UE-affiliated logos should not be distorted or modified in any way. This includes changing the color (unless using white, black, or purple), stretching it, or changing the font next to the UE block.
  • If you are seeking a temporary change to the University’s logos for a specific holiday or cause, approval must be obtained from the Director of Marketing in advance.

As a reminder, the Office of Marketing webpage serves as a toolbox for helpful brand information and assets. This includes our logos in JPG and PNG format, font info and links, the University’s color palette, style guide (for writing), Zoom backgrounds, email signature and PowerPoint templates, and more.

If you want to request a logo for your area – or any other marketing-related materials – you can submit these at any time through Lytho, our digital workflow system.

Should you have any questions about the University brand or logos, please contact Brook Moffat, Director of Marketing, at

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* Exemplary Teacher Award

Dr. David Green, professor of History at Harlaxton College, was presented the Exemplary Teacher Award at the Spring Faculty Meeting on Thursday, February 29. The award recognizes exceptional achievements in the classroom by creating distinctive opportunities and promoting intellectual, moral, social, and emotional growth of our students.  Dr. Green teaches British Studies and medieval history at Harlaxton and exemplifies these traits through his student interaction and teaching.

Congratulations, Dr. Green!

Submitted by Paula Heldt

Upcoming Events

* SAA Book Club March meeting

The SAA Book Club will be meeting Wednesday March 27th in the Phillips Alcove 12pm-1pm to disccuss the book Taste: My Life Through Food by Stanley Tucci. Bring a few copies of your favorite recipe to swap and share what that recipe means to you.

Submitted by Kathy Taylor
* Employee Spring Healthy Behavior Challenge

Welcome to Bracket Busters Team Step Challenge! Here’s how it works:

- Create your own teams (teams of 4 please!). This is not an individual challenge.

  • Each team should designate a team leader & choose a team name.

  • Each participant is required to sign up!

  • Team leaders are responsible for submitting their team’s total weekly steps (a separate link will be provided at the start of the challenge)

- Each participant should track their steps (Monday-Sunday) and submit to their team leader by the following Monday.

  • Track your steps using your favorite step counter such as an Apple Watch, Fitbit, or pedometer

  • Each team’s total steps are due by the end of the day every Monday. An updated bracket with each team’s steps will be sent out every Tuesday!

  • The number of rounds and eliminations will depend on the number of teams that participate.

The teams with the highest weekly steps will move on to the next round! We will have 4 x $50 gift cards for the overall team!!


Submitted by Taylor Kollak

Changemaker Corner

* 2023 Emerging ChangeLab Coach of the Year

Emerging ChangeLab Coach of the Year: Omid Khormali. Designed to recognize someone who has made an outsized impact early on as a Coach.

Congratulations to Dr. Omid Khormali who was selected as the 2023 Emerging ChangeLab Coach of the Year. The award, which was designed to recognize someone who has made an outsized impact early on as a coach, reflects the achievements of the Data Analytics in the Real Word ChangeLab that Professor Khormali coaches. Recently, students in this course have analyzed data for the US Forestry Service, producing an app that will allow the USFS to better allocate resources in solving forest fires and invasive species problems.

The Center for Innovation & Change is very proud to work with coaches like Dr. Khormali in helping make the world a better place!

Submitted by Andrew Carter
* 2023 ChangeLab Coach of the Year

Congratulations to Dr. Cindy Crowe who was selected as the 2023 ChangeLab Coach of the Year.  The award, which was designed to recognize someone who has dedicated a sustained amount of time to helping their students make a significant impact, reflects the achievements of the Latino Community Outreach ChangeLab that Professor Crowe coaches. The ChangeLab focuses on healthcare and education and works with healthcare providers, local schools, and various nonprofit organizations to encourage the study of Spanish and to promote diversity and multicultural harmony. ChangeLab students choose the projects in which they have the most interest. Dr. Crowe encourages native/heritage/first generation students as well as students who are studying Spanish to sign up for the fall CHNG-310-S02 Latino Community Outreach and/or to contact her for more details at

Submitted by Andrew Carter

Info You Should Know

* 2024 Commencement Central

Are you anticipating complete your degree this spring or summer?

Commencement Central is an event where degree candidates can check their diploma name, and degree programs. Additionally, candidates will touch base with the University Bookstore, Alumni Relations, and the Center for Career Development to gather important information. Even if you do not plan to attend the Commencement Ceremony, you should attend this event as it is when you can ensure your degree and diploma information is correct.

Commencement Central will be held in Eykamp Hall (2nd floor of Ridgway University Center) during these dates and times:

  • Tuesday, March 12, 2024 from 11am-1pm  
  • Wednesday March 13, 2024 from 11am-1pm
  • Wednesday March 13, 2024 4pm-6pm

Please use the link below to sign up for a 20 minute time slot to attend Commencement Central.

Submitted by Kelsey Gordon
* Professor Mullins to Compete in March Madness Essay Competition

Every year, a group of 64 writers write essays about a specific music genre: this year, March Danceness will feature songs from the oughts! Katie Darby Mullins's essay is about Robbie Williams's "Rock DJ" and how she decided to be uncool and have fun. Please read her essay and vote at the link so she can get to the next round, and follow her on her social media if you want updates on the competition!

Submitted by Katie Mullins
* February issue of the Crescent Magazine

The February issue of the Crescent Magazine is available online and in print. The Crescent Magazine is produced by Student Media is a student organization at the University of Evansville. The Crescent Magazine published online and in print three times a semester. Student Media utilizes design, photography, video, and sound towards experiential and academic learning in journalistic endeavors and engaging storytelling. Student Media elevates the voice of the student body and connects the campus and community to important information and points of view.

The print issues can be found all over campus be sure to pick up your copy. Student Media produces over a dozen podcasts available on Apple Podcast, Spotify, and RSS. And don’t forget about Fireside Aces Radio

To learn more visit or

Submitted by Tommy Housman
* Phys 121 Offered Summer Session 1

PHYS 121 – Algebra Physics 1 will be offered as an online asynchronous class during Summer Session 1 (May 13 – June 14, 2024).

If you have questions about these courses, please contact Dr. John Stamm via email:

Submitted by John Stamm
* Summer 1 and 2: Outcome 5 with Writing Option

MUS-156, "Music in America" will be offered in summer sessions 1 and 2 as an asynchronous online course fulfilling Outcome 5.

The newly created MUS-157 offers the same content but fulfills both Outcome 5 and the Writing Across the Curriculum overlay. MUS-157 will also be offered in summer 1 and 2 as an asynchronous online course.

Contact Dr. Strandberg (ks532) with any questions.

Submitted by Kristen Strandberg
* 2024-2025 Scholarship Opportunity: The Margaret E. Schriefer Liberal Arts Scholarship

The Margaret E. Schriefer Liberal Arts Scholarship was established for the University of Evansville in loving memory of Margaret E. Schriefer. This scholarship will be awarded annually to a deserving student, covering full tuition, books, supplies, materials, and laboratory fees. To be considered for this scholarship, students must meet the following qualifications:

  • Must be enrolled at the University of Evansville and have a major of study in Literature, English, Music or Theatre.
  • Must be a natural-born citizen of the United States of America with no prior criminal record, other than minor traffic violations.
  • Must be a free and accepted Mason in good standing in a local lodge under the authority of the Grand Lodge of its state, or be the descendant, sibling, or nephew/niece of a Master Mason in good standing in his respective lodge under the authority of the Grand Lodge of its respective state. If the related Mason shall not be living at the time of the student’s consideration for this scholarship, a letter shall be obtained from the Lodge of the related Mason to the effect that the related Mason was in good standing at the time of his death. 
  • Must have and maintain a "C" average

If you meet the requirements for this scholarship, please complete the scholarship application and return to the Office of Student Financial Services by April 15th, 2024.

Questions may be directed to SFS by email ( or by phone at 812-488-2364.

Submitted by Carly Cox
* International Ambassadors Applications Now Open

I hope you had a wonderful weekend! I am excited to announce that we are launching the International Ambassadors Program! Applications are open NOW until March 11th

Student leaders with a passion for learning about different cultures, engaging in cross-cultural interactions, helping others through transitions, as well as those wanting to ensure students coming to UE have a strong sense of belonging and connectedness on campus are highly encouraged to apply!

The IAP is a redesigned version of our previous Intl Orientation Leaders. IAs will go through a spring and summer/fall training, assist with online/ pre-arrival orientation for Intl Students, help with International Welcome (the week leading to SOAR III) and guide Intl Students through their first year at the University through monthly meet-ups and check-ins.

This program has been developed in collaboration with two of our own UE students through the Changelab Program.

The aim of IAP is to build a strong sense of community for Intl Students and make UE a place they feel safe to call home for many years to come!

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Abagail Catania or Stacie Miller!

Submitted by Abagail Catania
* Call for Nominations: Dean of Students Leadership Awards

Nominations are now being accepted for consideration of The Howard S. Rosenblatt “Dean of Students Leadership Awards.”  These awards will be presented at the 31st Annual Leadership Awards Reception scheduled for Monday, April 22, 2024.  Invitations will be prepared by the Center for Student Engagement.

Awards from the Dean of Students Office are presented in the following categories:

  • Student Organization Advisor of the Year
  • Student Organization of the Year
  • Student Leader of the Year

Our student organizations are successful because of the commitment of the student leaders and the advisors who give freely of their time and support.  The recipients of these awards are selected based on their commitment to the University of Evansville as well as the development and success of their efforts within their chosen student organization.

The deadline for nominations is March 22, 2024.  Click on this link to submit your nomination:

If you have any questions, please contact the Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students office at 812-488-2500 or by e-mail via

Thank you in advance for celebrating our student leaders’ achievements!

Submitted by Alyson Roblero
* Win an iPad - Students needed to film Thank You videos

In preparation for Pep and Vim, UE's Day of Giving, we are looking for students to film Thank You videos to send to donors and alumni for making their gifts to UE. Videos will be 1-2 minutes and we will help you prepare your script. Please come dressed in your best Purple to show your love for UE!

Videos will be filmed in the Igleheart Building (corner of Lincoln and Rotherwood) on the 2nd floor. Upon completing your video, you will receive an entry to win an iPad to be awarded in April.

Sign up today at

Submitted by Megan McCombs
* UEclipse Glasses to be Available April 1

Each student, staff member, faculty, and employee will be provided with a pair of eclipse glasses, to be distributed one week prior to the occurrence of the eclipse.

Employee glasses will be distributed by campus mail to the employee’s department. Students will have the option to pick up glasses in Ridgway a week before the Eclipse.

View the UE campus eclipse map.

Submitted by Noah Alatza
* Apply to Graduate

It's that time! Be sure to apply now to graduate via Self-Service.

Submitted by Kelsey Gordon
* Nominations for Outstanding Teacher Award

Academic Affairs is pleased to announce the call for nominations for the 2024 Outstanding Teacher Award. The University bestows this award annually to honor a faculty member for extraordinary teaching effectiveness that inspires the intellectual development of students. Nominees must be a full-time faculty member who has taught at UE for two years or more and holds the rank of lecturer, instructor, assistant professor, associate professor, or professor. The winner is recognized at Commencement in May.

The following recipients from the past five years are not eligible: 2019 – Dr. Atefeh Yazdanparast Ardestani; 2020 – Dr. Mike Roscoe; 2021 – Dr. Julie Merkle; 2022 – Dr. Katie Whetstone; and 2023 – Dr. James Ware.

Access the link below to submit a nomination.

Forward supplemental documentation to: Please include the faculty member’s name and OTA 2024 in the subject line.

The deadline to submit a nomination is Friday, March 8, 2024.

Submitted by Paula Heldt
* Employee - Mobile Mammography Services

Employees - Ascension St. Vincent is providing mobile mammography services for the University of Evansville. The mobile mammography bus will be located next to the Krannert Building on March 14th from 9:00AM - 2:00PM. Please click the link below to sign up for an appointment time! An Ascension Breast Center representative will call you prior to your appointment date to verify all necessary registration information.

Register for an examination

Submitted by Haley Karges
* FREE, confidential HIV and Hepatitis C testing at the Student Health Center

Free, confidential HIV and Hepatitis C testing at the Student Health Center, first Wednesday of every month, from 9-11am. No appointment necessary. All students and faculty welcome!

Walmart giftcards available while supplies last!

Submitted by Tara Ulrich


* Congratulations to Catie Taylor

Congratulations to Catie Taylor on her Service Award from the Indiana Association for College Admission Counseling.  This award is so well deserved for all of the countless hours Catie puts in daily to this organization and to the University of Evansville.  Congrats Catie!

Submitted by Sara Ruggles
* UE Professor Presents Keynote at National Conference

University of Evansville professor Dr. Cindy Crowe was selected to present the keynote speech along with Emory University professor Dr. Yun Kim at the 2024 Phi Sigma Iota Conference in February.

Phi Sigma Iota, founded in 1922, is the International Foreign Language Honor Society and the highest academic honor in the field of foreign languages. UE's Epsilon Beta Chapter was installed on April 8, 2000.

Dr. Kim, Associate Professor of Linguistics at Emory, presented her research on the neurological and cognitive benefits of multilingualism. Dr. Crowe, Assistant Professor of Spanish, presented from her research on the individual and societal advantages of foreign language learning, factors that influence students’ choice of major, and initiatives to strengthen world language programs.

“It was a privilege to speak on the importance of language study to an audience comprised of university foreign language professors and students," said Dr. Crowe. "I am hopeful that some of the research I shared might be useful as we collectively strive to enhance our world language programs at a time when the challenges of our contemporary global society necessitate an understanding of languages and cultures.”

“To meet these global challenges, we strongly encourage our UE students to continue their foreign language studies past the required level so they may obtain all the benefits of language study and connect with cultures other than their own in order to build bridges and intercultural harmony."

Submitted by Noah Alatza
* Katie Darby Mullins has essay published at Barrelhouse

Professor Katie Mullins had an essay come out called "Song and Dance Man" through Barrelhouse Books. This piece is an exploration of her early adolescent obsession with Andy Kaufman and anti-comedy which seems inexplicably linked to the back brace she had to wear through middle school. The essay spans her years of chronic pain with no diagnosis, her eventual stroke, and how jokes that aren't funny, because of her life experience, always seemed to make her laugh.

Submitted by Katie Mullins
* UE Professor Publishes Biographical Website

Clark Kimberling, professor of mathematics, recently published "Josephine Mirabella Elliott: Historian, Librarian, Teacher." The subject was well known for her research and publications pertaining to historic New Harmony, located about 25 miles west of Evansville. For example, in 1994, the Indiana Historical Society published her 1200-page book Partners for Posterity.  Before her death in 2002, she and her work were featured in Evansville and Posey County newspapers. Born to Italian parents in Chicago in 1912, she attended the University of Chicago High School and received two degrees from the University itself.  There she met and eventually married John Elliott, who was an archaeologist before World War II, after which he inherited a farm in New Harmony and became a civic leader in both New Harmony and Evansville. The website is based largely on extensive correspondence between Josephine and John during 1931-1945, now archived in the famous Working Men's Institute Library in New Harmony, where Josephine worked for many years. Replete with photos from as early as 1925, the website can be accessed here:

Submitted by Clark Kimberling


* Evansville faces Illinois State in Arch Madness opener

Arch Madness opens on Thursday with the 10th-seeded University of Evansville men’s basketball team facing #7 Illinois State at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis.  Tip is set for 6 p.m. CT with the MVC TV Network and the Purple Aces Radio Network on the call.

MVC Scholar-Athlete of the Year         

- On and off the floor, Ben Humrichous epitomizes what it means to be a student-athlete and others have taken notice as Humrichous was named the 2024 MVC Scholar-Athlete of the Year on Monday

- Humrichous owns a perfect 4.0 GPA at UE as he pursues his Master of Science in his undergraduate work at Huntington (Ind.) University, he finished with a 3.93 GPA

- He is the third Purple Aces to win the award joining Jason Holsinger (2009) and Colt Ryan (2012 and 2013)

All-Bench Team Honorees

- Chuck Bailey III and Tanner Cuff were both named to the 2024 MVC All-Bench Team on Tuesday afternoon

- Bailey played in 30 games as a freshman while making one start

- The 4-time MVC Freshman of the Week averaged 8.6 points and 2.6 boards per game

- Cuff saw action in all 31 regular season games with his top game being a 16-point effort in the win over UIC

Last Time Out  

- Evansville scored the first eight points of Sunday’s game at Belmont, but a late first half run by the Bruins saw them take a 38-26 halftime lead before winning by an 83-66 final

- Kenny Strawbridge Jr. led UE with 14 points and 8 rebounds while Josh Hughes posted 13 tallies and 7 caroms

- Antonio Thomas scored 11 while Cam Haffner finished the day with 10 points

Storming into March

- Another strong effort in the regular season finale at Belmont has Kenny Strawbridge Jr. ready to make noise in the postseason

- Strawbridge has posted 12+ points in seven of the last nine games including back-to-back 14-point efforts over the last week

- He has averaged 11.6 points and 3.4 assists in his last nine games while posting multiple assists in eight of those contests

- Defensively, he is one of the best in the MVC and is second with 1.70 steals/game

Strong Finish

- Converting five of his 10 attempts and knocking down three triples, Josh Hughes finished with 13 points at Belmont

- It was a strong game that put an end to a 5-game stretch that saw him post a total of six points

- Over the last nine games, he is 18-of-37 from the field - 48.6%

- Since Jan. 13, Hughes is shooting 45.5% (20/44) from long range

Hitting his Stride

- Over the last five games, Cam Haffner is averaging 7.6 points per game while scoring 9+ points in three of those outings

- At Belmont, Haffner was 4-of-6 from the field on his way to 10 points while the streak began with 11 points, tying his season mark

- Haffner’s 5-game stretch has seen him go 15-for-27 (55.6%) from the field and 8-of-17 (47.1%) from outside

Scouting the Opponent

- Illinois State enters Arch Madness as the #7 seed following a 15-16 regular season and a 9-11 showing in the MVC

- ISU dropped two of its last three games with road losses at Bradley and Valparaiso; they defeated Missouri State by a 75-74 final in their home finale

- Darius Burford paces the Redbirds with a 13.2 PPG scoring average but has been limited to 21 games and has not played since Feb. 3

- Myles Foster is second on the team with 12.2 PPG and leads the way with an average of 8.0 rebounds

- Malachi Poindexter was the star the last time UE and ISU met in Normal; he recorded 27 points in an 86-79 Illinois State victory

Submitted by Athletics
* Bailey and Cuff named to MVC All-Bench Team

University of Evansville men’s basketball players Chuck Bailey III and Tanner Cuff were named to the 2024 Missouri Valley Conference All-Bench Team in an announcement by the league on Tuesday afternoon.  The teams, which were selected by a panel of the league's newspaper beat writers and a panel of media voters, are comprised of a minimum of five student-athletes (top five vote-getters, plus ties) on each squad.

Freshman Chuck Bailey III played in 30 games this season while making one start.  He completed the regular season with an average of 8.6 points and 2.6 rebounds per game.  The 4-time MVC Freshman of the Week had the top game of his Purple Aces career in November’s league opener at Missouri State.

In that contest, Bailey recorded 27 points on a 10-of-17 shooting performance.  Hitting 10 of his 13 attempts, he scored 18 at Bradley.  He was one of the most efficient free throw shooters in the league, finishing 11th in the conference connecting on 81.6% of his attempts.

Junior Tanner Cuff enjoyed solid campaign for Evansville, wrapping up the year with 7.5 points and 4.0 caroms per contest.  Seeing the floor in all 31 games, Cuff averaged 22.0 minutes per game.  He was a 49.2% shooter from the field and converted 74.1% of his free throw tries.  Cuff’s 70 assists was second on the team behind Kenny Strawbridge Jr.

Cuff’s top performance saw him tally 16 points in the home victory over UIC before registering 15 points at Murray State.  He ranked among the best in the league in assist-to-turnover ratio for the duration of the season, wrapping up the regular season with 70 helpers and just 32 turnovers.

Submitted by Athletics
* UE Men Open MAC Swimming & Diving Championships On Wednesday

The University of Evansville men’s swimming and diving team will kick off competition at the 2024 Mid-American Conference Swimming & Diving Championships on Wednesday night at 6 p.m. at the Dr. Edward J. Shea Natatorium in Carbondale, Illinois.

The Purple Aces have not competed since placing fourth at the UIC Invitational on January 27.  UE has been hard at work in training the last four weeks preparing for the MAC Championships.  Evansville will turn to juniors Patrik Vilbergsson (Kopavogur, Iceland) and Daniel Santos Lopez (Madrid, Spain) to lead the way.

Vilbergsson is a two-time second-team all-MAC performer for UE, and he ranks among the MAC’s fastest competitors in multiple events this season.  Vilbergsson ranks second-fastest in the MAC this year in the 200-Yard Backstroke, having posted a time of 1:47.84 already this year.  He also ranks fifth-fastest this year in the 100 Back, and is ranked among the league’s top 12 swimmers in the 500-Yard Freestyle.

Santos Lopez, meanwhile, owns the fourth-fastest 100-Yard Butterfly time this year in the MAC at 48.04, while also ranking among the league’s leaders in both the 50- and 100-Yard Freestyle events.  Santos Lopez owns the UE school record in the 100 Fly, while Vilbergsson is the school record holder in the 200 Back.

Diving-wise, sophomore Levi McKinney (Boonville, Ind./Boonville) has earned MAC Diver of the Week honors twice this year, and has posted an NCAA Zone Qualifying score this season as well.

The MAC Championships will kick off Wednesday night with team relay races in both the 200-Yard Medley Relay and 800-Yard Freestyle Relay events.  The MAC Championships will feature competitors from Ball State, Evansville, Miami (OH), Missouri State, Southern Illinois, UIC and Valparaiso.

Submitted by Athletics
* UE Softball to face Lindenwood in home DH on Wednesday

For the first time since February 19, the University of Evansville softball team will be at Tri-State Orthopaedics Field at James & Dorothy Cooper Stadium on Wednesday when the Purple Aces welcome Lindenwood for a doubleheader.

Game one is set for a 3 p.m. first pitch with the second contest to begin 30 minutes following the completion of the first contest.

Evansville is coming off a 4-game weekend in Charleston, S.C. where they took part in the Low Country Classic. Jess Willsey batted .500 with seven hits in 14 at-bats over the course of the weekend.   She recorded a home run and two RBI on the weekend while reaching base 53.3% of the time.

Abby Bode batted .500 with three hits in six at-bats, but her offense did not stop there in the weekend trip to Charleston.  Bode added three walks and a sac fly to finish with an on-base tally of .600.  Hannah Hood also finished the trip with an average over .400.  Picking up five hits in 12 at-bats, Hood batted .417 while reaching base 50% of the time.

Lindenwood comes into Wednesday’s doubleheader with an even 9-9 record on the strength of a 6-game win streak.  In their weekend home tournament, they took two games apiece from Bellarmine and Green Bay.

Submitted by Athletics
* Humrichous named State Farm MVC Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Ben Humrichous of the University of Evansville has been selected the State Farm MVC Scholar-Athlete of the Year recipient, and he highlights a list of 14 student-athletes honored as part of the 2024 Missouri Valley Conference Men’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete Teams, announced today by the league office. Voting was conducted by league’s sports information directors.

Humrichous holds a 4.0 grade point average while pursuing his Master of Science degree in Leadership. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Huntington (Ind.) University, achieving a 3.93 cumulative grade point average. Humrichous leads the Aces in scoring and three-pointers made this year and is second for his team in rebounding and blocked shots.

He is joined on the first-team unit by Trent Brown of Southern Illinois; Filip Skobalj of UIC; Connor Hickman of Bradley; Cade Tyson of Belmont; and Quincy Anderson of Murray State.

Humrichous is the third Purple Aces player to receive the honor joining Jason Holsinger and Colt Ryan.  Holsinger was the MVC Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2009 while Ryan earned the nod in 2012 and 2013.

The criteria for the MVC Scholar-Athlete Team voting parallels the CSC (College Sports Communicators) standards for Academic All-America nominations. Student-athletes must be at least a sophomore academically and athletically and must be enrolled at their institution at the time of nomination either as undergraduates or graduate students. [The 12-month residency requirement for undergraduate transfers is no longer required.] An undergraduate student-athlete must have at least a 3.50 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale), and a graduate student-athlete must have at least a 3.50 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) as both an undergraduate and a grad student unless they are in their first semester as a graduate student and don’t have an established graduate GPA.

Submitted by Athletics

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