Clements is finalist for Troy homecoming queen
Published 10:31 pm Wednesday, October 22, 2008
TROY – Holley Clements of Jemison was named among five finalists for Troy University’s 2008 homecoming queen.
The homecoming queen and king will be crowned at halftime of Troy’s homecoming football game against Western Kentucky on Nov. 8. Kickoff is set for 2:30 p.m.
The five members of the queen’s court were chosen from among 17 candidates, while the five members of the king’s court were selected from 13 candidates. The homecoming king and queen will be chosen from the 10 finalists by a vote of the students Oct. 29.
Gov. Bob Riley and 2007 Homecoming King and Queen Mary King and Ben Skelton will crown this year’s homecoming queen and king during the halftime ceremony Nov. 8.
The five finalists for queen are:
Holley Clements of Jemison, a senior elementary education major, is sponsored by her sorority, Alpha Gamma Delta. She is president of Alpha Gamma Delta, a member of Student Government Association and a member of the Association for Childhood Education International. She is also a member of Greeks Advocating Mature Management of Alcohol (GAMMA) and the Student Council for Exceptional Children.
Bridget Angstadt of Hoover, a senior elementary education major, is sponsored by her sorority, Kappa Delta.
Julie Goings of Mobile, a senior hospitality and tourism management major, is sponsored by her sorority, Phi Mu. She has been involved on campus with organizations such as The Legion, Freshman Forum and is the current president of the University Activities Council.
Amy Scaro of Pelham, a senior broadcast journalism major, is sponsored by her sorority, Chi Omega. She is a Millennium Scholar and is also a member of the Advertising and Public Relations Society, Mortar Board Honor Society and Order of Omega Honor Society.
Katie Valaer of Opelika, a senior elementary education major, is sponsored by Farmhouse Fraternity. She is the Kappa Delta Panhellenic delegate, University Activities Council publicity and treasurer chair and the 2008 Sweetheart for FarmHouse Fraternity.
The five finalists for king are:
Rob Drinkard of Troy, a senior graphic design major, is sponsored by Chi Omega sorority. He is a member of Order of Omega honor society and FarmHouse Fraternity.
Ryan Hayden of Troy, a junior broadcast journalism major, is sponsored by Alpha Tau Omega. He is a member of the Trojan Ambassadors, Alpha Lambda Delta honor society, the Inter-Fraternity Council, the Traffic Appeals Committee, The Legion and Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.
Josh Johnson of Florala, a senior music industry major, is sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi. He is the president of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and has also been a resident assistant. A section leader of the Sound of the South marching band’s drum line, Johnson also is a member of Order of Omega honor society.
Tae Madden of Valley, a senior broadcast journalism major, is sponsored by the Student Government Association. He is a member of the SGA, the track and field team, and Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. He has also served as Troy University’s mascot, T-ROY, for the past three years.
Judson Ricks of Goshen, a junior accounting major, is sponsored by FarmHouse Fraternity. He has served as Freshman Forum director, an IMPACT leader and a member of the University Activities Council’s Executive Board. He currently serves as the secretary for FarmHouse fraternity.