Arkansas Tech University students have elected six of their own to represent them on the 2011 Tech Homecoming court.
The members of the Homecoming court (photographed, from left), Morgan Gray of Dardanelle, Catherine Wilkins of Texarkana, Texas, Ashley Vick of Greenwood, Lauren Ragsdale of Russellville, Kasey Burgener of Hot Springs and Chantel Moseby of Hamburg, were chosen during elections on Wednesday, Oct. 12.
The member of the court who received the most votes in that election will be crowned 2011 Arkansas Tech Homecoming queen during ceremonies at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22, at Thone Stadium at Buerkle Field in Russellville.
Kickoff for the Homecoming football game between Arkansas Tech and Southeastern Oklahoma State is scheduled for 6 p.m. that evening.
Burgener is a junior occupational therapy major. She was nominated for the Homecoming court by the Arkansas Tech Cheerleaders. She is the captain of that organization, and she is also active in Zeta Tau Alpha, the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and St. Leo’s Catholic Ministry. Her parents are Phyllis and Jerry Burgener.
Gray is majoring in English education. She is a junior, and she was nominated for the court by Phi Mu. She is a member of Phi Mu, Sigma Tau Delta, College Republicans and St. Leo’s Catholic Ministry. Gray’s parents are Divella and Richie Gray.
Moseby is the daughter of Joann Moseby and the late Terry Moseby. She is a senior majoring in broadcast journalism and speech communication. Nominated for the Homecoming court by Jones Hall, Moseby is president of the Student Activities Board, a student orientation team leader, a producer at Tech TV, a resident assistant in Jones Hall, a member of the Forensics and Debate Team and the replays operator for the video board at Arkansas Tech home football games.
Ragsdale’s major field of study is health and wellness science. She is a member of the Health, Physical Education and Wellness Science (HPEWS) Club, Zeta Tau Alpha, the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and the First Baptist Church College Ministry. A junior at Tech, Ragsdale was nominated for Homecoming court by the HPEWS Club. Her parents are Tena and David Ragsdale.
Vick is the daughter of Renee and Mike Oliver. She is a junior majoring in emergency management. Vick is active in Tech Sweethearts, the Wesley Foundation, Baptist Collegiate Ministry, the Church of Christ Student Center and the First Baptist Church of Russellville. She is a resident assistant at Turner Hall, and she was nominated for Homecoming court by the Tech Sweethearts.
Wilkins was nominated for Homecoming court by Roush Hall. Her parents are Lisa and Russell Wilkins. A senior and an emergency administration and management major, Wilkins is vice president for Student Government Association. She is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha, Presidential Leadership Cabinet and the Wesley Foundation.
For more information about Arkansas Tech Homecoming events, call the Tech Alumni Office at (479) 968-0242 or visit http://www.techties.atu.edu/.]]>