Kristyn Smith, a senior in engineering management, was named 2010 Homecoming Queen at Missouri University of Science and Technology during Saturday’s football game between Missouri S&T and Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Curtis McDonald, a senior in engineering management, was named 2010 Homecoming King.
Smith is from St. Louis. McDonald is from Rolla.
Those nominated for Queen included:
— Colleen Conrad, a sophomore in environmental engineering from Mogadore, Ohio
— Ashley Hampton, a senior in ceramic engineering from Bartlesville, Okla.
— Grace Harper, a junior in geological engineering from Wentzville, Mo.
— Jill Hecht, a senior in environmental engineering from Chesterfield, Mo.
— Caitlyn Moser, a junior in architectural engineering from Liberty, Mo.
— Ashley Smith, a senior in business and management systems from Camden, Mo.
— Maggie Staiger, a senior in electrical engineering from Labadie, Mo.
— Ashley Taylor, a senior in architectural engineering from Jackson, Mo.
— Natalie Tedford, a senior in petroleum engineering from Edwardsville, Ill.
— Rexann Whorton, a senior in psychology from Ava, Mo.
Those nominated for King included:
— Alex Bennett, a sophomore in history from St. Louis
— Dominic Clucas, a senior in electrical engineering from St. Charles, Mo.
— Kirtesh Khengar, a senior in mechanical engineering from High Hill, Mo.
— Stephen Moerer, a senior in electrical engineering from Parkville, Mo.
— Kenneth Moore, a sophomore in technical communication from Brinktown, Mo.
— Kevin Newbern, a senior in business and management systems from Florissant, Mo.
— Chris Philpy, a sophomore in architectural engineering from McKinney, Texas
— Justin Schlechte, a junior in electrical engineering from St. Louis
— Kevin Williams, a senior in metallurgical engineering from Salem, Ill.
— Nicholas Wilson, a senior in petroleum engineering from Independence, Mo.