Foster Wins Tech’s Got Talent 2023

Tech's Got Talent Finals 2023

Arkansas Tech University student Sadie Foster of Tahlequah, Okla., earned the top prize of $600 in the Tech’s Got Talent 2023 competition, which concluded with the finals at Witherspoon Auditorium in Russellville on Friday, Nov. 3.

Cole Huddleston of Waldron (second, $350) and the band Seismic Waves (third, $150) rounded out the top three. Seismic Waves is comprised of ATU students Kayleb Starnes of Vandervoort, Aspen White of Searcy, Sarah Avey of Timbo and Tyler Boerner of Sardis, Tenn.

ATU students Sam Holtkamp, Alberto Pioquinto and Grace Rhodes also qualified for the Tech’s Got Talent finals.

They were joined in the preliminary round of competition on Thursday, Nov. 2, by Kenleigh Garner, Ben Langston, Issac Mayes, Essence Norwood, Annabelle Pulliam and Veronica Woods.

Tech’s Got Talent is presented by ATU Student Activities Board.