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Homecoming Royalty Crowned

By Elizabeth Tollefson on
Thursday, September 27, 2018

Homecoming royalty were crowned at the University of Minnesota Crookston on Thursday evening, September 27, 2018, in Kiehle Auditorium during this year's Homecoming Spirit Rally. The homecoming king and queen were chosen by a vote of the student homecoming royaltybody. 

Logan Milligan, a senior majoring in agricultural business from New York Mills, Minn., was crowned king and Isieoma Odor, a senior majoring in criminal justice from Bloomington, Minn., was crowned homecoming queen for 2018.

Other members of the royalty included Megan Bellefy, a junior double major in agricultural education and animal science from Bagley, Minn.; Josh Lanasa, a senior majoring in agricultural business from Eden Prairie, Minn.; Taylor Harsha, a senior double major in marketing and management from Park Rapids, Minn.; Zach Greenberg, a senior majoring in sport and recreation management from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; Ben Koisti, a senior majoring in golf and turf management from Lake Norden, S.D.; and Bethany Novak, a senior majoring in marketing from Dahlen, N.D.;

Theme for Homecoming 2018 is “There is No Place like Homecoming” and activities for the include powderpuff football, coronation, the Alumni Awards Celebration, and the weekend’s football, soccer, and volleyball games. 

The evening included updates on Golden Eagle Soccer, Volleyball, and Football, teams who are all coming off wins last weekend.

In the photo, seated are Isieoma Odor and Logan Milligan. Standing, left to right, are Megan Bellefy, Zach Greenberg, Bethany Novak, Josh Lanasa, Ben Koisti and Taylor Harsha.


Elizabeth Tollefson

University Relations


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