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LSU Announces 2011 Homecoming Court

11/03/2011 05:25 PM

BATON ROUGE – The LSU Homecoming Committee has announced the 14 representatives for the 2011 LSU Homecoming Court, including 12 selections from the state of Louisiana.

 

The members of the 2011 Homecoming Court were selected through a two-round application and interview process with the help of a 19-member LSU faculty and staff review team coordinated by Homecoming Court committee leaders Megan Then and Rachel Rhodes. The Homecoming king and queen are chosen by popular vote of the LSU student body through a student’s PAWS account. Voting begins on Sunday at 6 p.m. and will conclude at 11:59 p.m. on Thursday. The king and queen will be announced during halftime of LSU's football game against Western Kentucky University on Saturday, Nov. 12.

 

The Homecoming Court will include 14 members, including all undergraduate classifications at LSU, with one first-year couple, one sophomore couple, two junior couples and three senior couples. However, only senior court members are eligible for king or queen honors.

 

Members of the 2011 Homecoming Court include queen candidates Chloe Chetta, a political science major from Kenner; Mary "Mo" Isom, a broadcast journalism major from Marietta, Ga.; and Annisia Osborne, an elementary education major from Shreveport. The king candidates include Zachary Corbin, a finance major from Slidell; Iftekhar "Ifti" Rouf, an accounting major from Baton Rouge; and Theodore Williams III, an English major from New Iberia.

 

Other members of the 2011 Homecoming Court include juniors Kelly Franklin, a French and history double major from Perry, Ga.; Hilary Tuttle, a public relations major from Opelousas; Aaron Ackley, a biological sciences major from Lake Charles; and Eric Garcia, a marketing major from Houma; sophomores Macy Terrebonne, a math-secondary education major from Destrehan; and Tuan Tran, a biological sciences major from New Iberia; and first-year students Carlyn Franckiewicz, a kinesiology major from Slidell; and Matthew Landry, a nutritional science major from Pierre Part.

 

LSU Homecoming is coordinated by LSU Campus Life, a unit within the Office of the Dean of Students and the Division of Student Life and Enrollment. For more information on all 2011 LSU Homecoming activities, visit homecoming.lsu.edu, and for questions, email homecoming@lsu.edu.

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