TROY - Troy University has announced its 2014 Homecoming Court and will crown the queen during halftime of Saturday's game against New Mexico State at Veterans Memorial Stadium. Kickoff for the game is set for 2 p.m.
The Court will take part in the homecoming parade, set for 10 a.m. in downtown Troy and will be introduced during pre-game festivities, beginning at 1:30 p.m. in Veterans Memorial Stadium.
Members of the court are: Molly Bell, a senior social science education major from Dothan; Kendall Carbonie, a junior risk management & insurance major from Birmingham; Jenna Jayjohn, a junior political science major from Daphne; Ashlee Laramore, a junior political science major from Marianna, Fla.; and, Slayton Scott, a junior risk management & insurance major from Panama City, Fla.
Bell is a Leadership Scholarship recipient, a member and co-chair of scholarship of Phi Mu sorority, chair of Relay for Life, and a member of the University Activities Council, the Student Alumni Association, the College Republicans and the Student Alabama Education Association. She also has served as a Student Government Association Senator and a member of the Freshman Forum.
Carbonie is president of the University Activities Council, secretary of the Student Government Association, a member of the Palladium yearbook staff, treasurer of the Marketing Club, vice president of Gamma Iota Sigma and a member of the Student Alumni Association, the RIMS Club, the Political Party Club, Conversation Partners, Troy University Animal Advocates, Phi Mu sorority, Alpha Lambda Delta honor society and the International Business Association. She is a recipient of a Chancellor's Scholarship.
Jayjohn is captain of Troy University cheerleaders, a past co-chair of the Student Government Association's Rules and Constitution committee, and a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, the Student Alumni Association, Tea for TROY, the Resident Housing Association, Phi Mu sorority, Order of Omega honor society, the Troy University Honors Program and Alpha Lambda Delta honors society.
Laramore is an IMPACT Leader, a Trojan Ambassador and a member of Kappa Delta sorority. She formerly served as a Trojan All-Star, a Troy University cheerleader and a TROY baseball Diamond Doll. Laramore is the recipient of a Chancellor's Scholarship.
Scott is active in the Student Government Association, currently serving as a Senator, publicity chair and a member of the Homecoming Committee. She is a member of the University Activities Council, a former Troy University cheerleader and social chair and risk management chair for Phi Mu soror3ity. She is a member of the Delta Mu Delta business honor society, director of events for Gamma Iota Sigma, a member of the Risk Management & Insurance Society, an IMPACT Leader, a Trojan Ambassador, Tea for TROY, College Republicans and the Marketing Club.
In addition, representatives were selected from the University's campuses in Dothan, Montgomery and Phenix City. Those representatives are: the Amelia Holland, a sophomore rehabilitation major from Wicksburg, representing the Dothan Campus; Lydia Roscoe, a junior psychology major from Phenix City, representing the Phenix City Campus; and, Tosha Thomley, a senior business administration major from Wicksburg, representing the Montgomery Campus.