Thirty students are candidates for 2021 Homecoming queen at WKU.
The 2021 queen will be crowned Saturday, Oct. 30, during halftime of WKU Football vs. Charlotte at Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium. Kickoff is set for 3 p.m.
This year’s Homecoming theme is “Wild, Wild Western.” Queen candidates will participate in activities during Homecoming Week including a fall social on Sunday, an interview on Tuesday, a banquet on Wednesday, a volunteer experience on Thursday and the Homecoming parade/Big Red’s Roar on Friday. WKU students will cast their votes for queen in online balloting on Monday.
Homecoming queen candidates are:
- Bailey Alexander of Danville, daughter of Eddie and Gina Alexander. She is an English for Secondary Teachers major and is sponsored by Rho Lambda.
- Bridget Beavin of Louisville, daughter of Chris and Andrea Beavin. She is a Political Science and History major and is sponsored by Potter College Dean's Council.
- Madison Boothe of Central City, daughter of Shannon and Byron Boothe. She is a Communication Disorders major and is sponsored by Chi Omega and Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
- Hannah Boucher of Nolensville, Tennessee, daughter of John and Tracy Boucher. She is an Accounting major and is sponsored by Kappa Delta and Sigma Phi Epsilon.
- Abi Canter of Shelbyville, Tennessee, daughter of Keith and Shannon Canter. She is a Corporate and Organizational Communication major with a minor in Psychological Studies and is sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi, Farmhouse and Alpha Tau Omega.
- Cyn'clara Cofer of Bowling Green, daughter of Terri Sweatt and Dathan Cofer. She is a Business Finance major with a certificate in Applied Data Analytics and Advanced Professionalism and is sponsored by Women in Business.
- Me'Lon Craighead of Detroit, Michigan, daughter of Meyoshi Craighead and Marlon Williams. She is a Marketing major with a minor in Entrepreneurship and is sponsored by Student Government Association.
- Madison Feria of Bowling Green, daughter of Eduardo and Sandi Feria. She is a Biochemistry major and is sponsored by Dance Big Red.
- Bria Garvin of Bowling Green, daughter of Deb Gatto and Kevin Garvin. She is a Forensic Psychology and Paralegal Studies major with a minor in Political Science and is sponsored by Mahurin Honors College Scholars of Color.
- Ryann Gillespie of Memphis, Tennessee, daughter of Rita Houston and Dennis Gillespie. She is an Anthropology major with minors in History and Folk Studies and is sponsored by National Pan-Hellenic Council.
- Hannah Godby of Russell Springs, daughter of Amy Floyd and David Godby. She is a Biology major with minors in Sales and Chemistry and is sponsored by Alpha Gamma Delta and Phi Delta Theta.
- Ally Hagerman of Bowling Green, daughter of Teresa Hagerman. She is an Agriculture major and is sponsored by Sigma Alpha.
- Savanna Hinchcliffe of Owensboro, daughter of Paul Hinchcliffe. She is a Public Relations and Organizational Leadership major with a minor in Digital Advertising and is sponsored by Delta Zeta and Kappa Alpha.
- Lucy Hubbs of Louisville, daughter of Mark and Nicole Hubbs. She is a Mechanical Engineering major and is sponsored by Panhellenic and IFC.
- Madeline Lee of Richmond, daughter of Jason and Ruth Ann Lee. She is a Human Resources major with a minor in Finance and is sponsored by Delta Sigma Pi.
- Claire Linder of Louisville, daughter of Mark and Beth Linder. She is a Mathematical Economics major with a minor in Marketing and is sponsored by WKU Spirit Masters.
- Delaney Mazza of Floyds Knobs, Indiana, daughter of Frank and Nancy Mazza. She is a Special Education major with a minor in American Sign Language and is sponsored by Best Buddies.
- Meg Morrow of Paducah, daughter of Brian and Ann Morrow. She is a Strategic Marketing major with a minor in Meeting and Convention Planning and is sponsored by Alpha Xi Delta, Lambda Chi Alpha and Alpha Gamma Rho.
- Makayla Mosier of Bowling Green, daughter of Dan and Anne Mosier. She is a Dietetics/Nutrition major and is sponsored by Order of Omega.
- Abbey Norvell of Corbin, daughter of Martin and Ashley Norvell. She is a Journalism major with minors in Creative Writing and Sales and is sponsored by Alpha Omicron Pi and Kappa Sigma.
- Nikki Ogorek of Bloomington, Illinois, daughter of Mike and Dawn Ogorek. She is a BFA Graphic Design major with minors in User Experience and Digital Advertising and is sponsored by Student Athlete Advisory Committee.
- Isabel Pergande of Lexington, daughter of Tom and Delia Pergande. She is a Political Science and History major and is sponsored by HonorsToppers.
- Lydia Proffitt of Tompkinsville, daughter of Darrick and Stacy Proffitt. She is a Mathematics and Middle Grades Math Education major with a minor in American Sign Language and is sponsored by Omega Phi Alpha and Sigma Chi.
- Briana Robertson of Louisville, daughter of Diana and Kelvin Alexander. She is a Civil Engineering major with a minor in Geographic Information Systems and is sponsored by National Society of Black Engineers and American Society of Civil Engineers.
- Shelby Robertson of Russell Springs, daughter of Pam and Brent Robertson. She is a Biology major and is sponsored by Alpha Epsilon Delta and WKU Student for Breast Cancer Awareness.
- Rachel Robinson of Russell Springs, daughter of Chris and Marquita Robinson. She is a Political Science and Economics major and is sponsored by Sigma Kappa and Phi Gamma Delta.
- McKenzie Rodgers of White Plains, daughter of Jeff and Kristal Rodgers. She is a Communication Sciences and Disorders major with a minor in Business Administration and is sponsored by Student Alumni Ambassadors.
- Erin Sisk of Beaver Dam, daughter of Brad and Pam Sisk. She is an Accounting major and is sponsored by Baptist Campus Ministry.
- Kallie Jo Smith of Lawrenceburg, daughter of Joe and Tamara Smith. She is a Psychology major with a minor in Child Studies and is sponsored by Phi Mu, Delta Tau Delta and Sigma Nu.
- ShyAnte'e Williams of Heidelberg, Germany, daughter of Kenara Thorn and Andante' Williams. She is an Environmental Science and Sustainability major with a minor in Musical Theater and is sponsored by Campus Activities Board.
For more about WKU’s Homecoming, visit http://alumni.wku.edu/homecoming.
Contact: Mindy Johnson, (270) 745-2060
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