Release Date: October 20, 2004
Finalists Announced for ASU Homecoming Court
Ten Angelo State University students have been elected to the 2004 Homecoming Court, and their classmates will vote on them this week to determine who will be crowned this year's homecoming queen and king during the football game Saturday.
Finalists for homecoming queen and their sponsoring organizations are: Megan Cathilee Hastings, Baptist Student Ministries; Vanessa Marshall, AFROTC; Courtney Renaii Nowlin, Pi Kappa Alpha; Samantha Preston, Sigma Phi Epsilon; and Raelye Nicole Taylor, Block and Bridle.
Homecoming king finalists and their nominating organizations are: Brent Lee Hastings, Delta Zeta; Wade Mahon, Society of Physics Students; Chance Elliott Nichols, Baptist Student Ministries; Earnest Smith, Association of Mexican American Students; and James Anthony Wilson, Sigma Kappa.
The 2004 Homecoming Court will be announced at halftime of ASU's football game against West Texas A&M at 7 p.m. Saturday in San Angelo Stadium.
Hastings, a sophomore English major, is the daughter of Leland and Sarah Hastings of Content; Junior Spanish major Marshall is the daughter of Richard and Leticia Marshall of San Antonio. Senior kinesiology major Nowlin is the daughter of Billy and Karen Nowlin of Perryton. Preston is a pre-physical therapy major and the daughter of Maureen Preston of Red Oak. Taylor, the daughter of Todd and Tina Taylor of Slaton, is a senior animal business major.
A senior business management major Hastings, is the son of Leland and Sarah Hastings of Content. Wade Mahon is a senior applied physics major and the son of Monte and Becky Mahon of San Angelo. Nichols, a junior psychology major, is the son of Terry and Dorothy Nichols of Ackerly. Smith is a Senior Spanish and criminal justice major. Wilson is a junior psychology major and the son of Pat and David Peterson of Georgetown.