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Freed-Hardeman University students have chosen this year’s representatives to the homecoming court. The king and queen were crowned Nov. 9 at the homecoming banquet.
Freshman representatives are Katie Dalp, from Evansville, Ind.; Bailey Burnett, from Buford, Ga.; Richard Law, a management major from Columbia; and Spenser Shults from Dyersburg.
The sophomore representatives are Abby Latham, Amber Frizzell, Tyler Crosswhite and Tucker Vincent. Latham is a communication major from Montgomery, Ala.; Frizzell is an art major from Shelbyville; Crosswhite is biology major from Tupelo, Miss., and Vincent is a youth ministry major from Gallatin.
The junior representatives are Lisa Bundy, Alyssa Shirley, Chet Duke and Tom Cobb. Bundsy is biology major from Henderson, Ky., and Shirley is a double major in arts and humanities and elementary education from Ramer. Duke is double majoring in Bible and philosophy and is from Old Hickory; Cobb is a marketing major from Petersburg.
Queen candidates, chosen from the senior class are Alison Rose, a child and family studies major from Crossville, Brittany Nichols, a nursing major from Nolensville, and Taraleigh Watts, a psychology major from Goodlettsville. King candidates are Jamie Williams, a Bible major from Antioch; John Ross Johnson, English major from Vernon, Ala.; and Lincoln Stemler, a criminal justice major from Jeffersonville, Ind.