Concord University Homecoming Royalty Crowned In Halftime Ceremony
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CONCORD UNIVERSITY HOMECOMING ROYALTY
CROWNED IN HALFTIME CEREMONY
ATHENS, W.Va. – Alumni, students, fans and other friends gathered on “The Campus Beautiful” for an afternoon of football and pre-game festivities for Concord University’s 2015 Homecoming celebration today (Saturday, Oct. 10).
Activities included an alumni brunch at the President’s House featuring a Meet and Greet with former professors. Affinity tents in the stadium parking lot offered alumni a place to reconnect with former classmates.
Concord University’s 2015 Homecoming Royalty, crowned in a halftime coronation at Callaghan Stadium, are Megastasia Fofied from Yogyakarta, Indonesia, representing the International Students Club and Juwan Waddy from Kilmarnock, Va., representing Phi Delta Pi.
Concord University President Dr. Kendra Boggess and Dr. Marjie Flanigan, vice president of student affairs and dean of students, crowned the winners.
First runners-up are Carli Danielle Brewer from Draper, Va., representing Delta Zeta and Tyler Harris from Chesapeake, Va., representing Tau Kappa Epsilon.
Second runners-up are Andrea Rollins from Princeton, W.Va., representing Alpha Sigma Tau and Jacob Meadows from Peterstown, W.Va., representing Sigma Tau Gamma.
Other candidates competing for the 2015 crowns were: Amanda Woods from Princeton, W.Va., representing Sigma Sigma Sigma and Christopher Poore from Randleman, N.C., representing Phi Sigma Phi; and Kathleen Grace Baker from Oak Hill, W.Va., representing Alpha Sigma Alpha and Noah Boyd Mitchem from Marytown, W.Va., representing Chi Omega Psi.
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Concord University’s 2015 Homecoming Royalty are Megastasia Fofied from Yogyakarta, Indonesia, representing the International Students Club and Juwan Waddy from Kilmarnock, Va., representing Phi Delta Pi.
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