University crowns Homecoming king and queenKatie Cox, Maryville, and Josh Baggett, Clarksville, were crowned Austin Peay State Universitys Homecoming Queen and King during halftime of the Universitys Nov. 6 football game against Davidson.
Katie Cox, Maryville, and Josh Baggett, Clarksville, were crowned Austin Peay State University's Homecoming Queen and King during halftime of the University's Nov. 6 football game against Davidson.
A senior majoring in interdisciplinary studies, Cox is the daughter of Kim and Betsy Cox, Maryville. In addition to being a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority, which sponsored her candidacy, she also serves as a senator in the Student Government Association and a tutor in the University's Tutoring and Learning Lab. She is a member of Kappa Delta Phi Honor Society and Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society.
Baggett is the son of Ed and Cindy Baggett, Clarksville. He is a senior majoring in communication arts. Sponsored by Sigma Chi, of which he is president, Baggett serves as chair of the Student Allocations Committee. He is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society and broadcasts APSU's football and basketball games over the campus radio station, WAPX-Magic 91.7 FM.
The Homecoming Queen and King were chosen from the Homecoming Court after undergoing an interview and evaluation of their accomplishments. APSU students voted online for their favorites.
Members of the Queen's Court were Cara Davis, Savannah Helle, Jeressa Lewis and Megan Manning.
The King's Court included Steve Harman, Phillip Hoffmeister, Matthew Roark and Will Ward.