TROY - Troy University has announced its 2015 Homecoming court and will crown the queen during halftime of Saturday's game against Idaho at Veterans Memorial Stadium. Kickoff for the game is set for 2:30 p.m.
The court will take part in the homecoming parade at 10 a.m. in downtown Troy and will be introduced during the pre-game festivities, beginning at 2 p.m. in Veterans Memorial Stadium.
Members of the court are: Jenna Jayjohn, a senior political science major from Daphne; Mackenzie Kayler, a junior hospitality management major from Roswell, GA; Raven Pasibe, a senior public relations and broadcast journalism major from Dothan; Shelby Scott, a junior psychology major from Tallahassee, FL; and Carlie Spencer, a junior mathematics major from Montgomery.
Jayjohn is captain of Troy University's cheerleaders, new member director for Phi Mu Sorority, an IMPACT leader, conversation partner, and member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and Student Alumni Association. She is a member of Order of Omega and Alpha Lambda Delta honors societies, and takes part in the Troy University Honors Program.
Kayler is an IMPACT leader, conversation partner, and member of several organizations, including Kappa Delta sorority, University Activities Council, Circle K, and Hospitality Management Club. She formerly played softball for TROY.
Pasibe is philanthropy chair for Phi Mu sorority, a residence assistant, an anchor for TrojanVision News, and helps with the Troy University Social Media team. She is a former member of Freshman Forum and Student Government Association, and is currently involved in Psychology club, Order of Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta honor society, Women's Initiative, Student Alumni Association, and Trojans for Life. Pasibe is the recipient of a Chancellor's Scholarship.
Scott is active in the Student Government Association, currently serving as the director of administration, and is a member of Phi Mu sorority, where she has served as social chair junior officer and chaplain, a Trojan Ambassador, and IMPACT leader. She is also a former member of Freshman Forum and served as a Student Government Association senator-at-large. Scott also volunteers with First Baptist Church of Troy, where she leads a small group and helps with the Open Gym program.
Spencer is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, where she is the social coordinator, the Student Government Association, the University Activities Council, the Student Alumni Association, and Alpha Lambda Delta honor society. She has received many awards, including Chancellor's List, Outstanding Honors Freshman, Highest Freshman GPA, and is a Millennium Scholarship recipient.
Representatives were also selected for the Montgomery, Dothan and Phenix City campuses. Hannah Noelle Schraeder, a junior psychology major from Montgomery will represent the Montgomery Campus; Lydia Roscoe, a senior psychology major from Smiths Station will represent the Phenix City Campus; and Brandi Mitchell, a senior English major from Dothan will represent the Dothan Campus.