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Twenty-two Vie for Homecoming 2013 Queen

wku homecoming1BOWLING GREEN, KY. (10/24/13) - The queen will be crowned Saturday (Oct. 26) during halftime of WKU’s football game with Troy. Kickoff is 3 p.m. at Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium. (More: Read more about Homecoming activities.)

Candidates are:
•Hannah Blair of Owensboro, the daughter of William and Kimberly Blair. She is sponsored by Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Tau Omega and Delta Sigma Theta.
•Jordan Boggs of Hendersonville, Tenn., the daughter of Steven and Laurie Boggs. She is sponsored by the Department of Communication.
•Brittany Cain of Tompkinsville, the daughter of Stanley and Connie Coffelt. She is sponsored by the WKU-Glasgow Student Body.
•Cassidy Crim of Hodgenville, the daughter of John Crim and Kelly Finlay. She is sponsored Phi Alpha Social Work Honor Society.
•Jamie Daniels of Louisville, the daughter of Neysha Beckham and the late Mr. Jamie Daniels. She is sponsored by Zeta Phi Beta and Resident Hall Association.
•Andre’a Denise Daniels of Elizabethtown, the daughter of Janice Daniels and Johnny Cousin. She is sponsored by Mt. Zion College Ministry and WKU Child Care.
•Taylor Emberton of Glasgow, the daughter of Tim and Kim Emberton. She is sponsored by Kappa Delta and Kappa Alpha.
•Ashley Evans of Union, the daughter of Kerry and Teresa Evans. She is sponsored by Delta Omicron and Big Red Marching Band.
•Paige Freeman of Louisville, the daughter of Petrina and Andre Matchen and Lawon Taylor. She is sponsored by TRIO Student Support Services, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and Black Student Alliance.
•Emily Gott of Bowling Green, the daughter of Tim and Ellen Gott. She is sponsored by Honors Club and Honors Toppers.
•Jamye Hardy of Nashville, Tenn., the daughter of Donzella Bowins and Dr. William Hardy Sr. She is sponsored by Alpha Kappa Alpha.
•Tori Henry of Shepherdsville, the daughter of Stuart and Sandra Henry. She is sponsored by Alpha Xi Delta, Lambda Chi Alpha and Sigma Gamma Rho.
•Lynlee Jackson of Pikeville, the daughter of Terry and Robin Jackson. She is sponsored by Chi Omega, FarmHouse and Delta Tau Delta.
•Sydney Lutsch of Edgewood, the daughter of Robin Ruark and Robert Lutsch. She is sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Sigma and Alpha Gamma Rho.
•Bailey Mack of Louisville, the daughter of Tom and Catherine Mack. She is sponsored by Omega Phi Alpha, Sigma Chi and Iota Phi Theta.
•Ashlee Manley of Morganfield, the daughter of Randy and Holly Manley and Stephanie Manley. She is sponsored by Phi Mu and Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
•Jessie Morgan of Guston, the daughter of Monte and Tori Morgan. She is sponsored by Baptist Campus Ministry.
•Sarah Newton of Bowling Green, the daughter of Barry and Angie Newton. She is sponsored by WKU Spirit Masters.
•Abby O’Bryan of Louisville, the daughter of Mack and Mary Lee. She is sponsored by Alpha Gamma Delta and Sigma Phi Epsilon.
•Nicki Seay of Crofton, the daughter of Dale and Denise Seay. She is sponsored by Student Government Association.
•Kirsten Tarter of Liberty, the daughter of Micheal and Tammy Goode. She is sponsored by Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma Kappa and Phi Beta Sigma.
•Shirelle Williams of Jeffersonville, Ind., the daughter of Carol Florence and Lewis Williams Jr. She is sponsored by Kappa Alpha Psi and Gamma Sigma Sigma.

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