November 3, 2022
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A.B. Davis Crowned Huntingdon Homecoming Queen
Montgomery, Ala.—The Huntingdon College student body elected Abrianna (A.B.) Davis, Class of 2023, as the 2022 Homecoming Queen. She was crowned during Homecoming festivities Saturday, October 29.
A.B. Davis, of Calera, Ala., is the daughter of Mikeeba Hightower and Effon Davis of Birmingham, Ala. She is majoring in accounting with a minor in psychology. Miss Davis is involved in a number of organizations on campus, including service as president of the Black Student Union; secretary of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee; a Resident Assistant; a Huntingdon Ambassador; a Student Recruiter; guard on the women’s basketball team; and a member of the CCV Student Council, the Collegiate Exchange Club, Circle K, intramural sports, and the Accounting Club.
Miss Davis has been recognized for her academic achievement on the Dean’s List of High Honors, the USA-South All-Academic Team, and with the College’s Jane Williams Scholastic Award. She has also been honored with the Jane Williams Service Award and by the Department of Athletics with the Female Single Game Performance of the Year (spring 2022). She has completed internship placements in accounting with Jefferson County Health Department and with Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama in the General Affairs department.
In all, the Huntingdon student body elected 25 student representatives to the 2022 Homecoming Court, including six women in the senior class who were candidates for Homecoming Queen. Miss Davis was escorted on the field by her father and was crowned by 2021 Homecoming Queen Lydia Lewis.
Huntingdon College, founded in 1854, continues a legacy of faith, wisdom, and service through a liberal arts academic tradition grounded in the Judeo-Christian heritage of the United Methodist Church.