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2007 Homecoming Court announced

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

2007 Homecoming CourtSPARTANBURG, S.C. – Kimberly Smith, representing Blue Key Honor Society and escorted by her father, Michael Smith, was crowned the 2007 Wofford Homecoming Queen during halftime of the Terriers’ game against the Georgia Southern Eagles on Saturday, November 3.

First runner-up was Monica Wooten, representing Campus Union and escorted by her father, Mike Wooten. Second runner-up was Claudia Winkler, representing Panhellenic Council and escorted by John Wood.

Other finalists in the Homecoming Court were:

Kinli Bare, representing the Bonner Scholars, escorted by Matt Abee
Caitlin Clifford, representing the Cheerleaders, escorted by Ben Friday
Anna Collins, representing the Twin Towers, escorted by her father, Dr. Michael Collins
Valerie Douglas, representing the Student Alumni Association, escorted by Jacob Burnett
Leah Gaylord, representing the Wofford Activities Council, escorted by Austin Fitch
Ashley Glasgow, representing Zeta Tau Alpha, escorted by Michael Langley
Caren Wilmot, representing Kappa Alpha Theta, escorted by Brendon Tolleson
Mary Wheeler, representing Kappa Delta, escorted by her father, Dr. William Wheeler

The remainder of the Homecoming Court was composed of:

Stephanie Fontenot, representing the College Republicans
Ashley Harmon-Poston, representing the Dance Team
Megan Sean, representing Delta Delta Delta
Brandi McJimpsey, representing the Gospel Choir and the Association of Multicultural Students
Ashley Sanders, representing the Pi Kappa Alpha
Morgan Dempsey, representing the Sigma Tau Delta
Paige Hallen, representing the South Carolina State Legislature
Ashton Jordan, representing the Wesley Fellowship