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FHU Chooses Homecoming Royalty

Henderson, Tenn. - Nov 09, 2015

Freed-Hardeman University students have selected members from each class to serve on the homecoming court. The homecoming king and queen will be crowned Saturday, Nov. 14, during halftime of the Lady Lions’ basketball game, which is scheduled to begin at 1:00pm in Brewer Sports Center.

Representatives of the senior class are candidates for the homecoming king and queen. These students include: Abby Besson, a communication major from Cynthiana, Kentucky; Bailey Burnette, a nursing major from Buford, Georgia; Molly Steele, a child and family studies major from Gadsden, Tennessee; Jordan Newby, a biology major from Knoxville; Austen Oakley, a Bible major from Henderson and Patrick Spears, a criminal justice major from Cordova, Tennessee.

Junior class representatives are Rhyan Morton, a nursing major from Madison, Alabama; Myrisa Tame, an art major from Edwardsville, Illinois; Nathan Diller, a Bible major from Pueblo, Colorado, and Joe Massey, a marketing major from Petersburg, Tennessee.

Representing the sophomore class are Baylie Farris, a communication major from Columbia, Tennessee; Amelia Smith a child and family studies major from Lebanon, Tennessee; Seaver Clark, a marketing major from Knoxville and Lucas Russo, a Bible major from Burnsville, Mississippi.

Freshman representatives include: Abby Seesengood, a history major from Montgomery, Alabama; Sierra Waggoner, a communication major from Chapel Hill, Tennessee; Connor Glasscock, an undeclared major from Franklin, Tennessee, and Nathan Thomas, a finance major from Jackson, Tennessee.

FHU’s homecoming 2015, “Wild with Pride,” will be Nov. 13 - 14. For a complete list of activities or more information, visit