Trine crowns homecoming king, queen
The 2016 Trine University homecoming king and queen were crowned Friday, Sept. 30, at a homecoming pep rally and recognized at the homecoming football game on Saturday, Oct. 1.
Lucy Sare, a junior biology major from Charlotte, Michigan, was crowned homecoming queen. Sare is involved with Christian Campus House, residence life and women’s basketball. Her future career goals include becoming a physician’s assistant.
O’Shea Owens is a senior from Hobart, Indiana, majoring in criminal justice and psychology. He is involved in residence life, Blue Crew and Student Ambassadors. He hopes to continue on to graduate school in either criminal justice or law.
Other students named to the homecoming court were:
- Laura Rosekrans, a senior biology major from Williamston, Michigan
- Drew Palmer, a senior mechanical engineering major from Hartford, Wisconsin
- Ryleigh Gordon, a senior sports management major from Okemos, Michigan
- Adam Miller, a senior elementary education major from Fort Wayne, Indiana
- Andrew Rowan, a senior mechanical engineering major from South Bend, Indiana
- Riley Larkin, a senior education major from Plainfield, Indiana
- Dominique Tonneas, a junior marketing major from Hicksville, Ohio
- Michael Forthofer, a junior biomedical engineering major from Shelbyville, Indiana
Students with junior or senior academic standing were eligible to be nominated by other students, faculty or staff members. All nominees who met requirements were added to a ballot, which was sent in an online survey for voting. The top five male and top five female nominees following the popular vote made up the homecoming court and the top male and female were crowned king and queen.