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NGU Crowns 2017 Homecoming Queen

Tigerville, SC (November 8, 2017) Eden Crain from Pelzer, SC, was crowned queen for North Greenville University’s 2017 Homecoming on Saturday, November 4.

NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr., 2016 Homecoming Queen Stevie Martin, and 1952 Homecoming Queen Barbara Ann Hollis Kennerly, NGU’s first homecoming queen, crowned Crain during halftime of the Crusaders’ football game against the Statesmen of Delta State.   

Crain, who represented Big Little program, is a junior Christian studies major and the daughter of Lieutenant Roger and Paige Crain.    

Kassidy Hammett was named first runner-up. Hammett represented the Resident Assistant Association and is a senior Business Administration major from North Augusta. She is the daughter of Larry and Kayce Hammett.   

NGU awarded Emily Colson, representing the Health and Science Club, the second runner-up honor. She is a senior Health Science major from Greenville and the daughter of Brad and Mercedes Colson.                                                                                                     

The North Greenville University homecoming queen is chosen annually by the student body in a campus wide vote during the week of homecoming.

Top photo: L to R: Kassidy Hammett, first runner-up; Eden Crain, 2017 NGU Homecoming Queen; and Kassidy Hammett, second runner-up were announced at halftime of the Crusader’s homecoming game against Delta State.

Photos by: Cole Brannon

For more photos from homecoming weekend visit our facebook page.

                

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