Thirteen women have been nominated for the 2018 homecoming court. Nominees include:
Megan Fridge | Ko Jo Kai, marketing major from Sugar Land: escorted by her father, Eric Fridge.
“Homecoming weekend is one of my very favorite ACU traditions, so getting to be a part of it in this capacity is so exciting!”
Jessica Parsons | GATA, elementary education major from Peoria, Illinois: escorted by her father, Doug Parsons.
“I am so excited. It’s honestly such a surprise, but it is a huge honor to be able to represent my club with some of my closest friends.”
Ginaphr Seat | Alpha Kai Omega, kinesiology major from Bartlesville, Oklahoma: escorted by her father, Aaron Seat.
“I feel honored to be nominated! It was unexpected, but I am excited to be a part of all the homecoming traditions.”
Rachel Jones | Ko Jo Kai, communications major from San Antonio: escorted by her father, Scott Jones.
“It’s so surreal, and surprising honestly. In high school, I was homeschooled and my freshman and sophomore years I was pretty introverted. I’ve never been ‘that girl’, but all I know is I love this school with all my heart, and I am so blessed by the wonderful people around me.”
Kayla Mosley | Alpha Kai Omega, political science major from Fort Worth: escorted by her father, Lee Eckler.
“I am beyond humbled and honored to be nominated. I could not be more excited to represent ACU on the court with all of the amazing women that were nominated as well. I feel truly blessed and I cannot wait.”
Camryn Phillips | GATA, business management major from Keller: escorted by her father, Chris Phillips.
“I am so excited and honored. It is a privilege to get the chance to represent my club and do it alongside some of my best friends.”
Race Terry | Sigma Theta Chi, communications major from Lubbock: escorted by her father, Chad Terry.
“I’m so excited and think it’s so sweet that people thought of me.”
Tori Timmons | Tri Kappa Gamma, business management major from Lubbock: escorted by her father, Andy Timmons.
“I feel happy and humbled, I have some great friends on court so it is so fun to be able to go through this together.”
Jessica Wininger | Alpha Kai Omega, digital entertainment technology major from Haslet: escorted by her father, Ted Wininger.
“I am shocked and honored beyond words. I tend to stay pretty busy on campus, so getting the nomination really took me by surprise. I am extremely grateful for this opportunity and for my friends who nominated me.”
Alli Dennis | Sigma Theta Chi, communication sciences and disorders major from Garland: escorted by her father, Kevin Dennis.
“Homecoming has always been such a special part of ACU tradition for me. My parents both went to ACU, so I grew up hearing all about the different ACU traditions. Getting to come here and live them out myself has been such a huge blessing! Being a member of a social club has made homecoming even more fun and meaningful. I love getting to make connections at homecoming breakfast with past alumni and share together at in something that has meant so much to so many people through the years. The homecoming parade is definitely my very favorite part of this season though. All the spirit and pride for ACU and all its different social clubs and organizations comes to a peak during the homecoming parade!! I actually got the pleasure of getting to organize the winning Siggie homecoming float last year along with the Squigs, where the theme was “Siggie Diner Girls.” We had SUCH a fun time building and decorating the float, and then getting to see all the hard work pay off at the end was extremely rewarding. This will always be a huge highlight of college for me, along with my own experience as a Squig getting to be part of another winning homecoming float, “Siggie Cinderella!” I look forward to coming back to homecoming breakfasts, games, and parades and all the other fun traditions in the future!”
Alex Hill | GATA, English major from Fort Worth: escorted by her father, David Hill.
“I’m very humbled and honored to be nominated. I am also shocked. There are so many incredible women in this senior class and I’m beyond honored to be on court with other awesome women.”
Sarah Brooks | Ko Jo Kai, kinesiology major from Lubbock: escorted by her father, Larry Brooks.
“I am so excited. I am so honored and humbled to have been nominated with such outstanding women.”
Rachel Best | GATA, nursing major from New Braunfels: escorted by her brother, Jeremy Best.
“I feel so honored to be nominated. I was so shocked when I found out I had been nominated.”
The queen will be announced during halftime on Oct. 13.