Mount Union College Announces Homecoming Court

April 15, 2010

Mount Union College has officially announced its Homecoming Court for 2002. The Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned during halftime of the Mount Union vs. Muskingum football game this Saturday.

 

The seven women in contention for Queen are as follows:
Julie Curran, a business administration major from Canfield, represents Alpha Delta Pi. She has been involved in Sophomore Service, and as a member of the Dynamo staff.
Jessica Garrod, an early childhood education major from East Palestine, represents Alpha Chi Omega. During her time at the College, she has participated in Gamma Sigma Alpha, Order of Omega, Student National Education Association, Alpha Lambda Delta and Student Activities Council. She has served as a preview orientation guide and has been named to the Dean's List.
Trina McKelley, an early childhood education major from Youngstown, represents the Black Student Union. During her time at the College, she has participated in the Dowling Mentor Program and the Foreign Language Club.
Sheila Patton, an early childhood education major from Solon, represents the
Association of International Students. She has been involved with Alpha Phi Omega, Student Activities Council, intramural sports and has been named to the Dean's List.
Jessica Raber, a business administration major from Jewett, represents Alpha Sigma Alpha. During her time at the College, she has been involved with Gamma Sigma Alpha, Society for Advancement of Management and has been named to the Dean's List.
Meredith Walker, a business administration major from Louisville, represents Alpha Xi Delta. She has been involved with Gamma Sigma Alpha, Alpha Phi Omega, and Alpha Lambda Delta. She has been named to the Dean's List.
Rachael Watson, a biology major from Chagrin Falls, will represent the female independent students. She has participated in Blue Key, Student Senate, Alpha Phi Omega, Dance Marathon, the Mount Union College Bands, Sophomore Service, intramural sports, the Wilderness Trip and Student Activities Council. She has served as a resident assistant and has been on the Dean's List.
The seven men in contention for King are as follows:
Mark Brace, a business administration major from Ashtabula, represents Alpha Tau Omega. During his time at the College, he has been a member of the Purple Raiders football team.
Derek Combs, an international business and economics major from Mogadore, represents Phi Kappa Tau. He has been involved with Order of the Omega, Alpha
Lambda Delta and as a preview guide.
Keisuke Ida, an athletic training major from Japan, represents the Association of International Students.
Thomas Jefferson, a physical education major from Campbell, represents the Black Student Union. He has been involved with the Association of International Students, Alpha Phi Omega, Habitat for Humanity and the Dowling Mentor Program.
Jason Morris, a music education major from Ravenna, represents the male independent students. He has been named to the Dean's List.
Matt Schnauber, an art major from Springboro, represents Sigma Alpha Epsilon. He has been involved with men's soccer.
Ben Szymanski, a physical education major from Madison, represents Sigma Nu. He has been involved with Intra-fraternity Council, Student Activities Council and has served as a preview guide.

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