October 19, 2021
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Lydia Lewis Crowned Homecoming Queen
Montgomery, Ala.—Lydia Lewis, a senior exercise science major from Butler, Alabama, was crowned the 2021 Huntingdon College Homecoming Queen during halftime of the Huntingdon College vs. Averett University football game, Saturday, October 16. Seventeen women were members of the Homecoming Court. Ms. Lewis was escorted on the field by her father, Bryan Lewis.
Ms. Lewis 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, the 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 College strength and conditioning intern working with Coach Charlie Goodyear.
As part of the College’s annual Homecoming observance, each class elects four (or more, in the case of a tie) women to represent the class on the Homecoming Court. The Homecoming Queen is then elected from among the senior class representatives, with voting open to all members of the student body. In addition to Ms. Lewis, the following women were members of the 2021 Homecoming Court:
- Morgan Coppini, a psychology major from West Palm Beach, Florida
- Alyssa Lear, an English and secondary education major from Greenville, Alabama
- Hannah Pace, an exercise science major from Montgomery, Alabama
- Erin Cembrale, a biology major from Palm Harbor, Florida
- Abrianna Davis, an accounting major from Calera, Alabama
- Allison Stegall, a biochemistry major from Tuscaloosa, Alabama
- Macie Wilson, an elementary education/collaborative special education major from Montgomery, Alabama
- Kennedy Grace Chambers, a business administration and communication studies double major from Pelham, Alabama
- Natalie Harris, an elementary education/collaborative special education major from Phenix City, Alabama
- Addison Jacobs, a business administration major from Opp, Alabama
- Nevaeh McIntyre, an exercise science major and pre-occupational therapy track student from Pelham, Alabama
- Grace Wiggins, an elementary education major from Dothan, Alabama
- Alleigh Coburn, an accounting major from Orange Beach, Alabama
- Brooklyn Oden, an elementary education major from Alabaster, Alabama
- Nazariea Oliver, an elementary education/collaborative special education major from Louisville, Alabama
- Autumn Roberson,an exercise science major from Spruce Pine, Alabama
Huntingdon College is a coeducational residential liberal arts college of the United Methodist Church.