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MSSU names Homecoming Royalty Finalists

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Homecoming Royalty Finalists at MSSU!

JOPLIN, MO (SNS) - The Student Activities Office is proud to announce the 2013 “Be a Hero” Homecoming King and Queen Finalists at Missouri Southern State University.

The finalists were chosen by the MSSU student body who casted ballots on Monday and Tuesday of this week

The King and Queen will be announced at noon this Friday at the Homecoming Picnic.

King Finalists:

Kyle Prisock, Management/Marketing major from Dayton, Ohio - Student Alumni Association

Evan Zachary Zupan, Secondary History Education major from Rogers, Ark. - Kappa Sigma

Logan Alumbaugh, Physical Education major from El Dorado Springs, Mo. - Kinesiology Club

Alex Stockam, Health Promotion major from Peculiar, Mo. - Kappa Alpha Order

Peter Thompson, Mathematics & English Literary Studies dual major from Joplin - Sigma Tau Delta

Queen Finalists:

Whitney Koch, Marketing and Management major from Carl Junction, Mo. - Student Alumni Association

Ashton Nicole Troxel, International Studies major from Carl Junction, Mo. - Zeta Tau Alpha

Madison Pollock, English major from Joplin --Sigma Tau Delta

Karlie Monroe, Sociology major from Manhattan, Kan - Alpha Sigma Alpha

Kylie Cornman, Health Promotion and Wellness major from Mountain, View, Mo.- Kinesiology Club

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