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FHU Crowns Homecoming Queen and King

Henderson, Tennessee - Nov 13, 2018

Seniors Presley Fulton and Caleb Boggs were crowned Freed-Hardeman University’s Homecoming Queen and King Saturday, Nov. 10, at halftime of the Lady Lion basketball game. Fulton is a child and family studies major from Nashville and Boggs, from Neosho, Missouri, is majoring in Bible and child and family studies.

Other seniors nominated for queen were Bethany Bertram, an elementary education major from West Palm Beach, Florida, and Hannah Marshall, a nursing major from Bakersfield, California. Other candidates for king were Jacob Moseley, a public relations major from Rogers, Arkansas, and Braden Parsons, a marketing major from Columbia, Tennessee.

The court also included four representatives each from the freshman, sophomore and junior classes. Freshman representatives were Anniston Butler, a marketing major from Lawrenceburg, Tennessee; Aleya Maples, history and secondary education major from Huntsville, Alabama; Noah McDonald, a kinesiology and Bible major from Florence, Alabama; and Hikaru Muyakami from Naha, Okinawa, Japan by way of Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

The sophomore class was represented by Annabeth Marlin, a psychology major from Columbia, Tennessee; Anna Robinson, a child and family studies and psychology major from Fulton, Mississippi; Drew McCollum, a Spanish and missions major from Brentwood, Tennessee; and Sam McGreevy, a finance major from Mount Juliet, Tennessee.

Finally, the junior class was represented by Samantha McMillan, a finance major from Florence, Kentucky; Alexa Sherman, a nursing major from Buford, Georgia; Marshall Dearing, a finance major from Nashville; and Sam Quirk, a Bible and psychology major from Columbia, Tennessee.

FHU President David Shannon and the 2017 Homecoming Queen Sutherland Shrader crowned the king and queen. The various classes chose members of the court, while the entire student body selected the king and queen by popular vote.