Fourteen students at Missouri University of Science and Technology have been nominated for Homecoming King. Homecoming at Missouri S&T is Oct. 8.
The students nominated include:
— Drew Amidei, a sophomore in nuclear engineering from Shawnee, Kan., representing Pi Kappa Phi
— Dominic Clucas, a senior in electrical engineering from St. Charles, Mo., representing Delta Sigma Phi
— Garret Cozad, a senior in civil and architectural engineering from Kearney, Mo., representing Sigma Nu
— Casey Fischer, a senior in physics and electrical engineering from St. Louis, representing Kappa Kappa Sigma/Tau Beta Sigma
— Ryan Foshage, a senior in engineering management and economics from Fenton, Mo., representing Kappa Sigma
— Nathan Hay, a senior in civil engineering from O’Fallon, Mo., representing Zeta Tau Alpha
— Parker Kessler, a senior in computer science from Lee’s Summit, Mo., representing Tau Kappa Epsilon
— David Lecko, a senior in computer and electrical engineering from St. Louis, representing Chi Omega
— Caleb Marting, a senior in chemistry from Des Peres, Mo., representing Phi Kappa Theta
— Xavier Naeger, a senior in mining engineering from Ste. Genevieve, Mo., representing Sigma Phi Epsilon
— Kevin Puetz, a junior in geology and geophysics from Wildwood, Mo., representing Student Council
— Dylan Stevens, a junior in electrical engineering from Potosi, Mo., representing Kappa Delta
— John Van Gels, a senior in petroleum engineering from St. Peters, Mo., representing Pi Kappa Alpha
— Troy Wolz, a senior in electrical engineering from Lohman, Mo., representing Quadrangle Hall Association.