Missouri S&T crowns Homecoming royalty

Missouri University of Science and Technology crowned the 2012 Homecoming Queen and King at halftime of the Oct. 13 football game between Missouri S&T and William Jewell College.


2012-10-13-Homecoming-edit-file-232.jpg Meg Riley, a senior in civil engineering from St. Louis, was named Missouri S&T’s 2012 Homecoming Queen. She was nominated by Chi Omega. Nick Baum, a senior in chemical engineering from Barnhart, Mo., was named Missouri S&T’s 2012 Homecoming King. He was nominated by Zeta Tau Alpha.

Various Missouri S&T student organizations nominated candidates for queen and king. The winners were selected after interviews and a campuswide election that was held the week prior to Homecoming.

First runner-up for 2012 Homecoming Queen was Ashley Sacco, a senior in civil and architectural engineering from St. Peter’s Mo., representing Phi Kappa Theta. Second runner-up was Veronica Page, a senior in civil engineering from Tulsa, Okla., representing Pi Kappa Alpha.

First runner-up for 2012 Homecoming King was Scott Hacker, a senior in engineering management and economics from Fenton, Mo., representing Kappa Sigma. Second runner-up was Andrew Busby, a senior in mechanical engineering from Rolla, Mo., representing Pi Kappa Alpha.

Missouri S&T Homecoming activities were held in Rolla Oct. 12-13.