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17 Huntingdon Women Elected to Homecoming Court

HUNTINGDON COLLEGE

News Release

October 14, 2021
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17 Huntingdon Women Elected to Homecoming Court

Montgomery, Ala.—The Huntingdon College student body elected 17 Huntingdon College women to the 2021 Homecoming Court, who will be presented at halftime of the Huntingdon Homecoming football game, Saturday, October 16. As is the tradition, the queen will be crowned from among the senior attendants at the conclusion of the presentation. The following women were elected to this year’s court:

Seniors

  • Morgan Coppini, of West Palm Beach, Florida, is a 2018 graduate of Somerset Academy Canyons High School in Boynton Beach, Florida. The daughter of Jennifer and Thomas Coppini of Wellington, Florida, she is a captain on the women’s lacrosse team and a member of Chi Omega women’s fraternity, the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, the Collegiate Exchange Club, and the Student Government Association. She has been inducted into Gamma Sigma Alpha National Greek Honor Society and has earned placement on the Dean’s List of Honors. As a goalie and a member of the defense for the women’s lacrosse team, she earned USA South Defensive Player of the Week. She is majoring in psychology.
  • Alyssa Lear, of Greenville, Alabama, is a 2018 graduate of Greenville High School and the daughter of Charles and Sheila Lear. An English and secondary education major, she has been selected as a Huntingdon Student Recruiter, a Huntingdon Ambassador, and a member of the Huntingdon cheerleading team. She is also a member of Phi Mu women’s fraternity. She has interned with various schools in student-teaching placements.
  • Lydia Lewis, of Butler, Alabama, is a 2018 graduate of Patrician Academy and the daughter of Bryan Lewis and the late Melissa Lewis. An exercise science major, she serves as president of Alpha Omicron Pi women’s fraternity; head Orientation Leader; a Huntingdon Ambassador; a Student Recruiter; and a member of Circle K International, the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, EXPERTS Club, and the Huntingdon women’s softball team. For her academic achievement and leadership she has been inducted into Order of Omega, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Gamma Sigma Alpha honor societies and has earned placement on the Dean’s List of High Honors and on the USA South Academic All-Conference Team. She was named the 2020 Order of Omega Greek Woman of the Year and received the Jane Williams Award for Scholarship in recognition of academic achievement during her freshman year. During fall semester 2021 she serves as a Huntingdon strength and conditioning intern.
  • Hannah Pace is the daughter of Tracy and Jimmy Pace of Montgomery, Alabama, and a 2018 graduate of Hooper Academy. An exercise science major, she is a member of the cheerleading team; has held several offices for Alpha Omicron Pi women’s fraternity; and serves as a Huntingdon Ambassador and a Huntingdon Student Recruiter, for which she was named Outstanding Female Student Recruiter of the Year in 2021.

    Juniors

  • Erin Cembrale is the daughter of Lynn Cembrale of Palm Harbor, Florida, and a 2019 graduate of Palm Harbor High School. She has served as an Orientation Leader, a Student Recruiter, a senator for the Biology program in the Student Government Association, a member and secretary for the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, and a member of the Collegiate Exchange Club. She plays center/mid-field for the women’s soccer team and has been selected as a USA South Player of the Week. She is majoring in biology.
  • Abrianna Davis, of Calera, Alabama, is a 2019 graduate of Calera High School. She is the daughter of Mikeeba Hightower and Effon Davis, both of Birmingham, Alabama. A member of the women’s basketball team, she has been selected as a Huntingdon Ambassador; serves as president of the Black Student Union, as chair of the Student Engagement Committee for the Huntingdon College Race and Justice Initiative, as an Orientation Leader, and as a Student Recruiter; participated in the Freshman Leadership Initiative; and is a member of the Collegiate Exchange Club, the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, and the Accounting Club. She has been honored with inclusion on the Dean’s List of High Honors every semester of her enrollment and has been named to the USA South All-Academic Team twice. In recognition of her freshman year academic achievement, she was awarded the Jane Williams Award for Scholarship and the Jane Williams Award for Service. An accounting major, she has interned with the Jefferson County Health Department.
  • Allison Stegall, the daughter of Nita and Lee Stegall, is a 2019 graduate of Northridge High School and a native of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She has served as a vice president for Alpha Omicron Pi women’s fraternity and is a member of the women’s tennis team and the cheerleading team. She is majoring in biochemistry and minoring in religion.
  • Macie Wilson is the daughter of Kelly and Steve Wilson of Montgomery, Alabama, and a 2019 graduate of the Saint James School. Majoring in elementary education/collaborative special education, she has earned recognition on the Dean’s List of High Honors and the Dean’s List of Honors. A member and officeholder for Phi Mu women’s fraternity, she is also a member of the Business Club, the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, the Fine Arts Club, the Collegiate Exchange Club, and the Student Government Association. She is a designated hitter and first baseman for the women’s softball team.

    Sophomores

  • Kennedy Grace Chambers of Pelham, Alabama, is a 2020 graduate of Pelham High School. She is the daughter of Heather Davis and Jon Lybrand of Pelham, Alabama, and Chris and Lorean Chambers of Cedar Hall, Tennessee. She has served as chaplain and historian for Phi Mu women’s fraternity, vice president for communications for the Panhellenic Executive Council, and was elected as an executive cabinet member and secretary for the Student Government Association for the 2021–2022 academic year. She is a member of the indoor volleyball team and the beach volleyball team, serving each as a middle hitter/blocker. She is majoring in both business administration and communication studies.
  • Natalie Harris of Phenix City, Alabama, is the daughter of Sabrina and Chris Harris and a 2020 graduate of Smiths Station High School. She was an active participant and board member in the Freshman Leadership Initiative, serves as public relations chairwoman for Phi Mu women’s fraternity, and serves as vice president for finance for the Panhellenic Council. She is a member of the cheerleading team. An elementary education/collaborative special education major, she has been recognized with inclusion on the Dean’s List of Honors and the Dean’s List of High Honors. She was named Miss Philanthropic in the 2021 Miss Huntingdon Pageant.
  • Addison Jacobs of Opp, Alabama, is a 2020 graduate of Opp High School and the daughter of Brandy and Kevin Jacobs. She is majoring in business administration and is a member of the indoor and beach volleyball teams.
  • Nevaeh McIntyre of Pelham, Alabama, is a 2020 graduate of Pelham High School and the daughter of Michelle and Dedrick McIntyre. She was elected to serve as treasurer for the Student Government Association for the 2021–2022 academic year and as secretary of the Black Student Union. She is also a member of Alpha Omicron Pi women’s fraternity and serves as an Orientation Leader. She plays first base for the women’s softball team. An exercise science major and pre-occupational therapy track student, she has been recognized for her academic achievement on the Dean’s List of High Honors.
  • Grace Wiggins of Dothan, Alabama, is a 2020 graduate of Ridgecrest Christian School and the daughter of Sherri Hall Wiggins and Hasten Wiggins. A participant in the Freshman Leadership Initiative during her freshman year, she serves as philanthropy chair for Alpha Omicron Pi women’s fraternity and a member of the Collegiate Exchange Club. She is a member of the women’s indoor volleyball team and the beach volleyball team. An elementary education major, she earned the Hawk Award for achieving a GPA above 3.5 and has been recognized on the Dean’s List of High Honors.

    Freshmen

  • Alleigh Coburn of Orange Beach, Alabama, is the daughter of Shannon and Jarod Coburn and a 2021 graduate of Gulf Shores High School. She is a member of the women’s basketball team and was recognized during high school as Gulf Coast Scholar Athlete of the Year and Gulf Shores High School Academic Athlete of the Year. She is majoring in accounting.
  • Brooklyn Oden of Alabaster, Alabama, is the daughter of Latesha and Derek Bishop of Helena, Alabama. She is a 2020 graduate of Helena High School and is majoring in elementary education. She is a member of the Huntingdon women’s basketball team.
  • Nazariea Oliver, the daughter of Melissa and T.R. Oliver of Louisville, Alabama, is a 2021 graduate of Ariton High School. She is participating in the Freshman Leadership Initiative and the Black Student Union and is a forward on the women’s basketball team. She is majoring in elementary education/collaborative special education.
  • Autumn Roberson, the daughter of Sonia and Scotty Roberson of Spruce Pine, Alabama, is a 2021 graduate of Phil Campbell High School. An exercise science major, she is participating in Huntingdon’s Joyce and Truman Hobb Honors Program and is a Presidential Fellow, a member of Alpha Omicron Pi women’s fraternity, and a participant in the Freshman Leadership Initiative.Huntingdon College is a coeducational residential liberal arts college of the United Methodist Church.

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