Nominees for 2023 ATU Homecoming Court Announced

ATU Homecoming Queen 2022 Paula Gonzalez and ATU Homecoming King 2022 Marquis Vasquez
Paula Gonzalez Prado and Marquis Vasquez were named 2022 Arkansas Tech University Homecoming queen and king.

Forty-two Arkansas Tech University students have been nominated by their peers for a position on the 2023 ATU Homecoming court.

Five female students and five male students will be announced as members of the 2023 ATU Homecoming court during a pep rally at Simmons Bank Field at Thone Stadium in Russellville at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 30.

Subsequent to the naming of the court, ATU students will have an opportunity to participate in online voting at beginning Tuesday, Oct. 31, and continuing through 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3, to select the 2023 ATU Homecoming queen and king.

The names of the queen and king will be announced during a 3:30 p.m. pre-game ceremony at Simmons Bank Field at Thone Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 4.

Below, in alphabetical order with their hometown and organization(s) that nominated them, are the nominees for 2023 ATU Homecoming court:

Nominees for ATU Homecoming Queen

  • Isabel Baker of Pottsville (Chemistry Club)
  • Breckyn Ballard of Pottsville (Pi Kappa Alpha)
  • Jazmyne Campbell of Yellville (Educators Rising)
  • Madison Cook of Benton (Black Student Association)
  • Elizabeth Durning of Ozark (Kappa Alpha Order)
  • Allicen Fight of Van Buren (Zeta Tau Alpha)
  • Alana Flenory of Hope (ATU National Pan-Hellenic Council)
  • Anna Grace Foreman of Mountain Home (Campus Environmental Coalition)
  • Alyssa Gattis of Subiaco (Presidential Leadership Cabinet)
  • Diana Gonzalez of Fort Smith (Phi Mu)
  • Sofia Guerrero of Hot Springs (Latin Student Organization)
  • Bailey Gunter of Bentonville (Delta Zeta)
  • Noel Haas of Salida, Colo. (RIDE-Resilience in Disasters and Emergencies)
  • Madalyn Hogan of Pocahontas (ATU Fishing Club)
  • Madeline Holt of Hackett (Pre-Medical Club)
  • Mattie Jarrard of Magazine (Sigma Pi)
  • Sh’layna Lawson of White Hall (ATU Cheer Team)
  • Margarita Lopez of Siloam Springs (First Generation Student Organization)
  • Lynnlee Mitchell of Lavaca (College Panhellenic Council)
  • Hunter Norris of Conway (ATU Dance Team)
  • Kaitlyn Rebidue of Cabot (Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia)
  • Grace Rhodes of White Hall (Kappa Sigma)
  • Laken Rudelis of Harrison (Student Activities Board)
  • Zoe Covey Smith of Cabot (Sigma Alpha Iota)
  • Madison Starks of Bigelow (Alpha Sigma Tau)
  • Hannah Stone of Clarksville (Student Government Association)
  • Ryley Welcher of Morrilton (Greek Programming Board)
  • Carlie Westra of Alma (ATU Choirs)

Nominees for ATU Homecoming King

  • Mason Blaty of Bentonville (ATU Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)
  • Dakota Bridges of Bigelow (Kappa Alpha Order)
  • Nathan Brown of Benton (Phi Mu)
  • Isaac “Iggy” Clemmons of Heber Springs (College Panhellenic Council)
  • Dax Driggs of Alma (ATU Choirs)
  • Daniel Garcia of Carrollton, Texas (Presidential Leadership Cabinet)
  • Sam Holtkamp of Green Forest (Sigma Alpha Iota)
  • Caleb Hopkins of Fort Smith (ATU Dance Team)
  • Braden Jones of Warren (ATU Fishing Club)
  • Keller Keen of Paris (ATU Cheer Team)
  • Deon Simmons of Mayflower (Zeta Phi Beta Sorority)
  • Noah Sumler of Memphis, Tenn. (Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia and Student Government Association)
  • Jae Thomas of Bryant (Student Activities Board)
  • Kaeden Wright of Center Ridge (Delta Zeta)

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