OCTOBER 21, 2013
Freed-Hardeman University students have chosen their representatives for the 2013 Homecoming Court. The court will be presented during halftime of the Lady Lion basketball game Saturday, Nov. 9. The king and queen will be crowned Wednesday, Nov. 6, during chapel, conducted at 10:30 a.m. in Loyd Auditorium.
The nominees for Homecoming Queen are Michelle Giselbach, a communication major from Jackson, Tenn.; Rachel Hoyt, an English and secondary education major from Yorktown, Ind.; and Christine Wilson, an exercise science major from Rogersville, Ala.
Nominees for Homecoming King include Weston Keen, a biochemistry major from Portland, Tenn.; Jeffrey Jinkerson, a Bible and physical science engineering major from Starkville, Miss.; and Mark Yarbro, a special education major from Camden, Tenn.
Freshman representatives to the court are Carly Bedsole of Arab, Ala.; Caroline Latham of Montgomery, Ala.; Bradford Durham of Roanoke, Va.; and Slater Stovall of Nashville, Tenn.
Sophomore representatives are Anna Farley of Jackson, Tenn.; Courtney Oliver of Hayden, Ala.; Daniel McNatt of Memphis, Tenn.; and Nathan Woolard of Siler City, N.C.
Junior representatives are Mary Beth Morris of Henderson; Meg Nicholson of Chapmansboro, Tenn.; Ben Herchenhahn of Springfield, Tenn.; and Jordan Jennings of Killen, Ala.
The Office of Alumni Relations and the Student-Alumni Association organize Homecoming activities and competitions for Nov. 4 though 9. The schedule includes a 5k at Mid-South Youth Camp, class reunions, tailgating and the production of “The Secret Garden.”