Troy University announces Homecoming Court

Posted: Thursday, 04 November 2010

TROY—Troy University has announced its 2010 Homecoming Court following a vote of the University’s student body.

The members of the court will ride in the annual Homecoming parade in downtown Troy beginning at 10 a.m. on Nov. 13 and later will be introduced during pre-game festivities at Veterans Memorial Stadium beginning at 2 p.m. The Trojans will play host to Sun Belt Conference foe Florida International beginning at 2:30. The Homecoming Queen will be crowned at halftime.

Members of the court are:

  • Hayley Pittman, a junior biomedical sciences major from Jackson, Ala. Pittman is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority and Alpha Lambda Delta and Alpha Epsilon Delta honor societies. She serves as an SGA Senator, secretary of the Environmental Club and a member of Greeks Advocating Mature Management of Alcohol.
  • Liz Dowe, a senior broadcast journalism major from Montgomery. Dowe is president of Phi Mu sorority, SGA Senator representing the College of Communication and Fine Arts, SGA Director of Elections, a Trojan Ambassador and an IMPACT Leader. She served as SGA Clerk during the 2009-2010 academic year and is a member of Lambda Pi Eta communications honor society and Order of Omega Greek honor society.
  • Elizabeth Garner, a senior biomedical sciences major from Troy. Garner is president of the American Red Cross Campus Club and the Habitat for Humanity Club. She is president of Alpha Epsilon Delta pre-medicine honor society, vice president of the Omicron Delta Kappa honor society, a member of the Beta Beta Beta biological honor society and membership coordinator for the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority.
  • Lacey Phillips, a senior history major from Luverne. Phillips is a Trojan Ambassador and an SGA Senator. She serves as secretary for Phi Mu sorority, president of Greeks Advocating Mature Management of Alcohol and secretary of Omicron Delta Kappa honor society, and is a member of the Order of Omega Greek honor society, Campus Outreach, the Student Alumni Association and Students for Life.
  • Lauren Guy, a junior health and physical education major from Jemison. Guy has been a Troy University cheerleader and a member of the Diamond Dolls since 2008. She is a member of the Kinesiology and Health Promotion Club, the honor society for athletics and Alpha Gamma Delta sorority.

Representatives were also selected from Troy University’s campuses in Dothan and Montgomery. These representatives will also take part in the Homecoming parade and pre-game festivities.

Joanne Le of Dothan will represent the Dothan Campus, while PeKita Browder of Montgomery will represent the Montgomery Campus.

Le, a junior pre-professional biology, is a member of the Student Government Association, Environmental Awareness Organization, Ambassador Program and Student Support Services.

Browder, a senior majoring in psychology, is the granddaughter of civil rights pioneer and activist Aurelia S. Browder, lead plaintiff in Browder v. Gayle, the court case that desegregated Montgomery’s transportation system. She currently works for the Aurelia S. Browder Foundation and as a tour guide for the Rosa Parks Museum.

For more information about Homecoming activities, visit troy.edu or contact the Alumni Affairs office at 3346703318.

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Members of Troy University’s 2010 Homecoming Court are, from left to right: Lauren Guy, a junior health and physical education major from Jemison; Liz Dowe, a senior broadcast journalism major from Montgomery; Lacey Phillips, a senior history major from Luverne; Elizabeth Garner, a senior biomedical sciences major from Troy; and, Hayley Pittman, a junior biomedical sciences major from Jackson.