Missouri University of Science and Technology crowned the 2014 Homecoming Queen and King at halftime of the Oct. 18 football game between Missouri S&T and William Jewell.
Rebecca Jacobsen, a senior in civil engineering from Defiance, Missouri, was named Missouri S&T’s 2014 Homecoming Queen. She was nominated by Pi Kappa Alpha. Clayton Yingling, a senior in geological engineering from Rolla, Missouri, was named Missouri S&T’s 2014 Homecoming King. He was nominated by Chi Omega.
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 2014 Homecoming Queen was Jacqueline Wolf, a junior in chemical engineering from Park Hills, Missouri. Wolf was nominated by Delta Omicron Lambda. Second runner-up was Elizabeth Burns, a senior in metallurgical engineering from Lake St. Louis, Missouri. Burns was nominated by Chi Omega.
First runner-up for 2014 Homecoming King was Trevor Becherer, a senior in civil engineering from Smithton, Illinois. Becherer was nominated by Pi Kappa Alpha. Second runner-up was Casey Zimmerman, a senior in chemistry from Concordia, Kansas. Zimmerman was nominated by Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Missouri S&T Homecoming activities were held in Rolla Oct. 17-18.
Congratulations to Clayton Yingling and to Rebecca Jacobsen!
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