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Homecoming queen, king crowned

Two students became royalty during halftime of the Austin Peay State University Homecoming football game Sept. 22.

APSU President Timothy Hall and Dr. Sherryl Byrd, associate vice president for student affairs, crowned Megan Cleghern, Erin, as the 2007 Homecoming Queen and Ed Hadley III, Clarksville, as 2007 Homecoming King.

Sponsored by Chi Omega Womens Fraternity, Cleghern lists finance and nursing as her majors. A biology major and chemistry minor, Hadley was sponsored by the Panhellenic Council.
Two students became royalty during halftime of the Austin Peay State University Homecoming football game Sept. 22.

APSU President Timothy Hall and Dr. Sherryl Byrd, associate vice president for student affairs, crowned Megan Cleghern, Erin, as the 2007 Homecoming Queen and Ed Hadley III, Clarksville, as 2007 Homecoming King.

Sponsored by Chi Omega Women's Fraternity, Cleghern lists finance and nursing as her majors. A biology major and chemistry minor, Hadley was sponsored by the Panhellenic Council.

The Homecoming King's court is Scott A. Cochran, Clarksville, sponsored by Sigma Chi; Alston Denton, White House, sponsored by Kappa Sigma; Beau Baggett, Clarksville, sponsored by Alpha Gamma Rho; and Jonathan Lister, Greenbrier, sponsored by Alpha Sigma Alpha.

Making up the Homecoming Queen's court for 2007 is Candise C. Rigsby, Woodbury, sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon; Christina Lewis, Columbia, sponsored by the Panhellenic Council; Brittany Fuqua, Fairview, sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi; and Laura Smith, Woodbury, sponsored by Alpha Sigma Alpha.

For more information, contact Heidi Scheusner Leming, director of student life and leadership, at 221-7687. -- Dennie B. Burke