19 students candidates for WKU Homecoming queen
- Author: WKU News
- Author: Wednesday, October 9th, 2019
Makayle Botts (center) was crowned 2018 Homecoming queen. The 2019 queen will be crowned on Oct. 19.
Nineteen students are candidates for Homecoming 2019 queen at WKU.
WKU will play Charlotte in the Homecoming football game at 3 p.m. Oct. 19 at Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium. At halftime, the Homecoming Court will be introduced, followed by the crowning of the queen.
Candidates will participate in numerous activities during Homecoming Week including a fall social on Oct. 13, an interview on Oct. 15, a volunteer experience and banquet celebration on Oct. 16, Chili and Cheese Luncheon and Pep Rally on Oct. 17 and the Homecoming Parade and Big Red’s Roar on Oct. 18. WKU students will cast their votes for queen in online balloting on Oct. 16.
For more about WKU’s Homecoming 2019, visit http://alumni.wku.edu/homecoming.
- Shelby Blythe of Auburn, daughter of Lee and Jill Blythe. She is a Corporate Communication major and Marketing and Event Planning minor and is sponsored by WKU Student Alumni Ambassadors.
- Dana Brown of Pittsboro, Indiana, daughter of Steve and Diane Brown. She is a Sport Management major and Business Administration minor and is sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi and Sigma Chi.
- Jaci Coomes of Louisville, daughter of Jeff and Mary Coomes. She is an Elementary Education major and is sponsored by Chi Omega, Kappa Sigma and Alpha Tau Omega.
- Megan DeVore of Bowling Green, daughter of David and Tami DeVore. She is a Communication Sciences and Disorders major and Healthcare Administration minor and is sponsored by WKU Spirit Masters.
- Kayla Ditto of Elizabethtown, daughter of Ed and Debbie Ditto. She is a Middle School Science and Science & Math Education major and is sponsored by Phi Mu and Phi Delta Theta.
- Sarah Foltz of Hopkinsville, daughter of Fredrick and Ruth Foltz. She is a Hospitality Management major and Floral Design, Event Exposition and Convention Planning minor and is sponsored by Sigma Kappa.
- Julia Hext of Louisville, daughter of Mike and Emily Hext and Jeff and Debbie Clark. She is a Finance major and is sponsored by Rho Lambda.
- Erin Houchins of Bowling Green, daughter of Larry and Traci Houchins. She is an Exercise Science major and is sponsored by Alpha Omicron Pi, Farmhouse and Lambda Chi Alpha.
- Aubrey Kelley of Somerset, daughter of Stephen and Stacey Kelley. She is an English (Professional Writing) and Political Science major and is sponsored by Kappa Delta and Phi Gamma Delta.
- Laura King of Bowling Green, daughter of Rodney and Linda King. She is a Corporate and Organizational Communication major and Performing Arts Administration and Musical Theatre minor and is sponsored by HonorsToppers.
- Abigail King of Lexington, daughter of Scott and Peggy King. She is an Accounting major and Business Data Analytics minor and is sponsored by Alpha Gamma Delta and Kappa Alpha Order.
- Taylor Lewis of Nashville, Tennessee, daughter of Derek Lewis and Jodi Sheffield. She is a Sport Management major and Business Administration minor and is sponsored by National Pan-Hellenic Council.
- Mariah Morgan of Ferdinand, Indiana, daughter of Rick and Patty Morgan. She is a Public Relations major and Sales & Marketing minor and is sponsored by Alpha Xi Delta and Sigma Phi Epsilon.
- Abigail Price of Richmond, daughter of Devon and Rita Price. She is a Biology major and Psychology minor and is sponsored by Baptist Campus Ministry.
- Addie Ringenberg of Dickson, Tennessee, daughter of Jason and Suzy Ringenberg. She is a Communication Sciences and Disorders major and Psychology minor and is sponsored by Delta Zeta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
- Cristine Shive of Hodgenville, daughter of Chris Shive and Angela Recter. She is an Agriculture with Ag-Business Concentration major and Business Administration minor and is sponsored by Sigma Alpha and Delta Tau Delta.
- Lyn Dawsyn Steenbergen of Glasgow, daughter of Derron and Krista Steenbergen. She is a Strategic Marketing and Business Administration major with certificate in Applied Business Data Analytics and is sponsored by Omega Phi Alpha and Pi Kappa Alpha.
- Allyson Taylor of Lancaster, daughter of TJ and Sheila Taylor. She is an Accounting major and is sponsored by Delta Sigma Pi.
- Claire Vannauker of Bowling Green, daughter of Chad and Ashli Vannauker. She is a Communication Sciences and Disorders major and is sponsored by Panhellenic Council and Interfraternity Council.
Contact: Mindy Johnson, (270) 745-2060