SWOSU Homecoming King and Queen Finalists Announced

Alfa Abame, Stillwater
Alfa Abame
Mackenzie Davis, Piedmont
Mackenzie Davis
Emmalee Heinen, Lawton
Emmalee Heinen
Marcus Burk, Amarillo (TX)
Marcus Burk
Amarillo (TX)
Tanner Miller, Enid
Tanner Miller
Eugene Neboh, Odessa (TX)
Eugene Neboh
Odessa (TX)

Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s homecoming is this Saturday, October 11, and it will be a busy time for the homecoming queen and king candidate finalists.

Queen candidate finalists include: Alfa Abame, Stillwater; Mackenzie Davis, Piedmont; and Emmalee Heinen, Lawton.

King candidate finalists are Marcus Burk, Amarillo (TX); Tanner Miller, Enid; and Eugene Neboh, Odessa (TX).

The finalists were selected by an online student vote. The finalists interviewed with a panel of students, faculty and administrators as the final determination for homecoming queen and king. The winners will be announced at halftime of the football game that kicks off at 5 p.m. at Milam Stadium on the SWOSU campus.

Abame is majoring in biology/pre-medicine and was nominated by the Parks and Recreation Club; Davis is majoring in elementary education and was nominated by Oklahoma Hall/Residence Life; and Heinen is majoring in athletic training and was nominated by the Organization of Student Athletic Trainers.

Burk’s major is health and physical education and he was nominated by Neff Hall/Residence Life; Miller is majoring in pharmacy and was nominated by Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity; and Neboh is a pre-pharmacy major and was nominated by the Black Student Association.