February 8, 2011
Lukert, Crawford named Homecoming king and queen
Recognized for their fun loving, easy going personalities, Jordan Lukert and Milissa Crawford were named Cowley College’s Homecoming king and queen during halftime of the Tiger men’s basketball game vs. Kansas City on Monday at W.S. Scott Auditorium.
Lukert is a business administration major from Clearwater. At Cowley, he is involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Phi Beta Lambda, is the president of Phi Theta Kappa, a student ambassador, Cowley Tutor, and is a resident assistant in the Storbeck Dormitory. He was named the school’s Student of the Month this past September, is a member of the Dean’s Honor Roll, and was the winner of last year’s Puttin’ on the Hits contest.
Crawford is a psychology major from Newton. At Cowley, her activities have included being a student ambassador, a work-study, and a member of PTK. She was named the school’s Student of the Month this past November.
Last year’s king and queen, Charles Fall and Keisha Clark, were on hand to pass on their crowns.
Hadley O’Toole served as the flower girl and Easton Sanderholm handled the duties of the crown bearer.
Queen finalists were:
Milissa Crawford, Shaelynn French, Erin Griffiths, Alyssa Struble, and Jordan Williams.
King finalists were:
Jordan Lukert, Alstin Benton, Aaron Brooks, Aaron Rea, and Zach Reynolds.