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13 students make up college’s 2021 homecoming court

Marietta College’s student body will begin online voting for the 2021 Homecoming queen and king Tuesday, Oct. 19 — and this year the voting should be competitive with 13 candidates.

The 2021 Homecoming Court is made up of eight queen candidates and five king candidates. Students can vote online at bit.ly/3aVG8cl

The winners will be announced at Don Drumm Stadium during halftime of the Pioneers’ football game against John Carroll University Saturday, Oct. 23. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. in the Ohio Athletic Conference game. The Pioneers are 3-3 overall and 3-2 in the OAC.

This year’s Queen candidates are:

¯Katelyn Delaney (Batavia, Ohio) was nominated by the women’s soccer team and she is majoring in Sports Medicine.

¯Ashley Godenschwager (Nelsonville, Ohio) was nominated by the Chi Omega sorority and she is majoring in Educational Studies.

¯Kaitlyn Liston (Little Hocking, Ohio) was nominated by the women’s basketball team and she is majoring in Management.

¯Shelby Millheim (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania) was nominated by the women’s lacrosse team and she is majoring in Chemistry.

¯Natalie Payton (St. Marys, West Virginia) was nominated by the softball team and she is majoring in Management, Marketing and Political Science.

¯Katen Petty (New Matamoras, Ohio) was nominated by the Alpha Xi Delta sorority and she is majoring in Marketing.

¯Emma Purington (Columbus, Ohio) was nominated by the Sigma Kappa sorority and she majoring in Biology.

¯Lauryn Ward (Mineral Wells, West Virginia) was nominated by the Marietta College Dance Team and she is majoring in Political Science.

This year’s King candidates are:

¯Felipe Cruz (Marietta, Ohio) was nominated by the Marietta College Cheerleaders and he is majoring in Communication Studies.

¯Andrew Novak (Sewickley, Pennsylvania) was nominated by the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity and he is majoring in Political Science.

¯Dale Randulic (Quaker City, Ohio) was nominated by the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity and is majoring in Journalism/Broadcasting.

¯Tyler Walker (Cambridge, Ohio) was nominated by the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and he is majoring History.

¯Braeden Wallace (Elkton, Virginia) was nominated by the Office of Community Living and he is majoring in English.

To download a photo of a candidate, go to bit.ly/3DZnHjc.

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