40th annual Miss Troy University pageant set for Saturday

Posted: Tuesday, 05 October 2010

Fifteen Troy University students will compete for the title of Miss Troy University on Saturday, Oct. 9.

The 40th annual Miss Troy University Pageant will begin at 2 p.m. on Oct. 9 in the Claudia Crosby Theater on the Troy Campus. Adult admission is $10 and student admission is $5.

The winner will serve as an ambassador for the University and will compete for the title of Miss Alabama in June. Contestants are judged on a private interview, an on-stage question, swimsuit, talent and evening gown.

ontestants in this year’s pageant are:

  • Sydnii Todd, a junior broadcast journalism major from Birmingham. Her platform is “Cell Phone Sense.”
  • Morgan DeRamus, a sophomore elementary education major from Prattville. Her platform is “A Literate Alabama.”
  • Courtney Smith, a freshman marketing major from Gurley. Her platform is “The Right to Live.”
  • KeLeigh Edwards, a freshman elementary education major from Smiths Station. Her platform is “Volunteerism.”
  • Tyler Looney, a senior elementary education major from Sylacauga. Her platform is “Passion for Pets.”
  • Caitlin Crowe, a freshman broadcast journalism major from Tuscaloosa. Her platform is “Royal Family Kids Camp.”
  • Madison Wilson, a freshman biology major from Hoover. Her platform is “Let’s Get Moving.
  • Kristina Mays, a junior Spanish major from Abbeville. Her platform is “Prevention of Elderly Abuse.”
  • Torie Hodge, an elementary education major from Jack. Her platform is “Buddy Walk.”
  • Lauren Guy, a junior health and fitness education major from Jemison. Her platform is “Let’s Move.”
  • Malorie Mann, a junior marketing major from Alexander City. Her platform is “Raising Real Miracles.”
  • Audra Goss, a freshman biology major from Greenville. Her platform is “Beginning with Cultural Diversity.”
  • Ariel Tingle, a sophomore elementary education major from Tuscaloosa. Her platform is “A Time to Dance.”
  • Leanna Kornegay, a junior elementary education major from Centreville. Her platform is “A World with Less Cancer is a World with More Birthdays.”
  • Hillary Anderson, a freshman political science major from Rehobeth. Her platform is “Poverty is All Around.”