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    Alumni Association Announces 2013 Homecoming Court

    The University of Tulsa is pleased to announce the 2013 Homecoming Court, who will be recognized during the university’s 2013 Homecoming celebration, October 31 to November 3, on the TU campus.

    All campus organizations are given the opportunity to nominate one king and one queen candidate for TU Homecoming Court each year. Nominees are interviewed by a panel of alumni who select five women as Homecoming Queen candidates and five men as Homecoming King candidates. The queen and king are then selected by their peers through an online ballot.

    The Homecoming King will be announced at the annual pep rally and bonfire the evening of Friday, November 1 on Dietler Commons, formerly known as “The U.” The Homecoming Queen will be announced at halftime during the TU vs. UTSA football game on the afternoon of Saturday, November 2 at H.A. Chapman Stadium. For more information about Homecoming events, visit or call (918) 631-2555.

    The 2013 Homecoming Court candidates are:  

    Queen Candidates

    Clarey Allen is the daughter of Gary and Kathy Allen of Springfield, Mo.  A speech-language pathology major, Clarey was nominated by Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.

    Abby Greenhaw is the daughter of Jon and Amy Greenhaw of Tulsa.  A speech-language pathology major, Abby was nominated by the Spirit Squad.

    Jordan Hendrickson
    is the daughter of Steve and Vicki Hendrickson of Owasso.  A biology major, Jordan was nominated by the Student Association.

    Kelly Lacey is the daughter of Ron and Diana Lacey of St. Louis, Mo.  A biology/pre-med major, Kelly was nominated by the Future Alumni Council.

    Cheyann Weinacht is the daughter of Terry and Sue Weinacht of Cedar Rapids, Ia.  An energy management major, Cheyann was nominated by Delta Gamma sorority.

    King Candidates

    Bryce Cason is the son of Gregory and Junica Cason of Coppell, Tex.  An energy management major, Bryce was nominated by Chi Omega sorority.

    Andrew Kresyman is the son of Kenneth and Kathleen Kresyman of St. Louis, Mo.  A chemical engineering major, Andrew was nominated by University Ambassadors.

    Tyler Payne is the son of Steve and Angel Payne of Ft. Smith, Ark.  A political science major, Tyler was nominated by Delta Delta Delta sorority.

    Thomas Porter is the son of Raymond and Denise Porter of St. Louis, Mo.  A double major in energy management and finance, Thomas was nominated by ACT-TU.

    Layton Sharum is the son of Frank and Jana Sharum of Fort Smith, Ark.  A double major in finance and sports management, Layton was nominated by Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.