Students studying outside the library

Wofford Homecoming 2009 Court announced


SPARTANBURG, S.C. – Wofford College celebrated Homecoming 2009 during the weekend of Oct. 2-4, 2009.

Homecoming Queen was Meredith Leigh Walker, representing Zeta Tau Alpha and escorted by her father, Jimmy Walker. She is the daughter of Lane and James C. Walker of New Iberia, La.

First runner-up was Taylor Mizell Stukes, representing the Men's Tennis Team and escorted by her brother, Joseph Stukes. She is the daughter of George and Angela Stukes of Florence, S.C.

Second runner-up was Leland Covington Hollowell, representing Wofford Cheerleaders and escorted by Boss the Terrier. She is the daughter of Whitemarsh Gervais and Laura Green Hollowell of Spartanburg, S.C.

Other members of the Homecoming Court were:

Tia Pilar Anders, representing Delta Delta Delta and escorted by Ed Thompson. She is the daughter of Loma P. and Don W. Anders of Greenville, S.C.

Chelsea Suzanne Chapman, representing Pi Kappa Alpha and escorted by Kyle Hayes. She is the daughter of Foster and Ruth Gray Chapman of Spartanburg, S.C.

Kristen Nicole DeYoung, representing Campus Union and escorted by Chandler Pitts. She is the daughter of Nicole and Eric DeYoung of Chapin, S.C.

Amber Danielle Green, representing the Teacher Education Student Society and escorted by her brother, Ben Green. She is the daughter of Benny and Joyce Towles Green of Union, S.C.

Sarah Beth Hughes, representing Kappa Delta and escorted by Doug Thie. She is the daughter of Cheryl and Charles H. Hughes of Mount Pleasant, S.C.

Marissa Lynn Kmonicek, representing The Dog Pack and escorted by Brett Henderson. She is the daughter of Marie and Joseph Kmonicek of Greenville, S.C.

Jessica Lorraine Lee, representing Wofford Singers and escorted by Brent Troxell. She is the daughter of Jeanie C. and Arthur S. Lee of Aiken, S.C.

Bailey Elizabeth Mullikin, representing Sigma Alpha Epsilon and escorted by Kirk Whitehead. She is the daughter of William Louie and Amy Lynch Mullikin of Spartanburg, S.C.

Elijah (Trey) Robinson, representing Association of Multicultural Students, was named Mr. Wofford and helped Wofford President Benjamin B. Dunlap present flowers to the Homecoming Court and the crown to the Homecoming Queen. He is the son of Patricia and Elijah Robinson of Darlington, S.C.