MONTICELLO, AR — Twelve women have been selected to the 2016 homecoming court at the University of Arkansas at Monticello.
UAM will celebrate homecoming October 22. The homecoming queen will be selected by a vote of the student body and announced during pre-game ceremonies prior to UAM’s football game with Ouachita Baptist University.
The members of the court are:
• Katie Koen of DeWitt, a senior biology, biochemistry and mathematics major and the daughter of Brad and Kelli Koen;
• Melanie Long of Vilonia, a senior music education major and the daughter of Doug and Veronica Long;
• Jamie Brooke McKinney of Hamburg, a sophomore nursing major and the daughter of James McKinney and Laura Reed;
• Mallory McWhorter of Bearden, a junior accounting major and the daughter of Mike and Jana McWhorter;
• Brittany Elizabeth Montgomery of Star City, a junior early childhood education major and the daughter of Danny and Lisa Montgomery;
• McKayla Patterson of Hampton, a senior animal science and plant and soil science major and the daughter of Mike and Pat Patterson;
• Sarah Porter of Monticello, a senior art major and the daughter of Jack and Rita Porter;
• McKenzie Rice of Bryant, a senior biochemistry major and the daughter of Willie and Connie Rice;
• Frida Rydberg of Stockholm, Sweden, a junior business administration and marketing major and the daughter of Christer Rydberg and Britta Nord;
• Kelsey Schrimph of Russellville, Mo., a senior chemistry and criminal justice major with a minor in Spanish and the daughter of Madonna and the late Derek Schrimpf;
• Abby Walker of Star City, a senior early childhood education major and the daughter of Mike and Jennifer Walker;
• Robyn Willis of Little Rock, a junior computer information systems major and the daughter of Robert and Rachel Willis.
UAM’s 2016 Homecoming Court — (First row, from left) Brittany Montgomery, McKayla Patterson, Brooke McKinney, Melanie Long, Katie Koen, McKenzie Rice, (second row, from left) Abby Walker, Mallory McWhorter, Frida Rydberg, Kelsey Schrimpf, Sarah Porter, and Robyn Willis.
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