During the Huntingdon College 2018 Homecoming ceremonies, 16 Huntingdon women were presented as members of the Homecoming Court. Four members of each class were elected by their class peers. From the senior attendants, the Huntingdon student body collectively selected the Homecoming Queen, who was crowned during half-time of the Homecoming football game, Saturday, October 27.
Anna Blair Cockrell, Homecoming Queen, Aliceville, Alabama. Anna Blair Cockrell, a sport management major, is the daughter of Rhonda and Mitch Cockrell of Aliceville, Alabama, and a 2015 graduate of Pickens Academy in Carrollton, Alabama.
Ragin Berry, Senior Attendant, Enterprise, Alabama. Ragin Berry, a political science major with minors in English and history, is the daughter of Virginia Berry of Enterprise, Alabama, where she graduated from Enterprise High School in 2015.
Sidney Carol Hall, Senior Attendant, Dothan, Alabama. Sidney Carol Hall, the daughter of Angel and Rick Hall of Dothan, Alabama, is a communication studies major with a minor in art. Hall is a 2015 graduate of Ridgecrest Christian School.
Zoya Robinson, Senior Attendant, Montgomery, Alabama. Zoya Robinson, the daughter of Michele Robinson of Montgomery, Alabama, and Damien Robinson of Dallas, Texas, is a business administration major and member of the women's tennis team. Robinson graduated from Montgomery's Brewbaker Technology Magnet High School in 2015.
Autumn Allday, Valley Grande, Alabama. Autumn Allday, the daughter of Michelle and Don Johnson of Valley Grande, Alabama, and Dewayne Allday of Selma, Alabama, is an exercise science major. Allday graduated from Morgan Academy in Selma, Alabama, in 2016.
Virginia Gaston, Guntersville, Alabama. Virginia Gaston, the daughter of Mary Shea and Jackie Gaston of Guntersville, Alabama, is an elementary education/collaborative special education major. She is a 2016 graduate of Guntersville High School.
Sidney Ison, Huntsville, Alabama. Sidney Ison, the daughter of Latarsha and Larkin Ison of Huntsville, Alabama, is a biochemistry major with a minor in psychology. Maureen Kendrick Murphy (chemistry) and completed an undergraduate Ison is a 2016 graduate of Westminster Christian Academy.
Candy Martinez, Jemison, Alabama. Candy Martinez, a business administration major, is the daughter of Maria Parra of Jemison, Alabama, where she graduated from Jemison High
Alanna Benjamin, Montgomery, Alabama. Alanna Benjamin, a cell biology major, is the daughter of Jason and Alyson Benjamin of Montgomery, Alabama. Benjamin is a 2017 graduate of the Saint James School.
Lucy Burch, Florence, Alabama. Lucy Burch, the daughter of Brian and Lynn Burch of Florence, Alabama, is a communication studies major and English minor. She is a 2017 graduate of Mars Hill Bible School.
Abigail Marler, Enterprise, Alabama. Abby Marler, the daughter of Wayne and Sherry Marler of Enterprise, Alabama, is a cell biology major on the pre-med track with a psychology minor. She is a 2017 graduate of Enterprise High School.
Kayley Yates, Jacksonville, Texas. Kayley Yates, the daughter of Shane and Stephanie Yates of Jacksonville, Texas, is a biology major. Yates is a 2017 graduate of Jacksonville High School.
Jeide Amos, Enterprise, Alabama. Jeide Amos, the daughter of Sue and Justin Amos of Enterprise, Alabama, is a psychology major. Amos is a 2018 graduate of Enterprise High School.
Madison Gray, Hope Hull, Alabama. Madison Gray, the daughter of Carmen and Phil Gray of Hope Hull, Alabama, is a communication studies major. Gray is a 2018 graduate of Lowndes Academy.
Anna Grace Lawson, Birmingham, Alabama. Anna Grace Lawson, the daughter of Jessica and Ricky Hill of Montgomery, Alabama, and Scott Lawson of Birmingham, Alabama, is a music education major. Lawson is a 2018 graduate of Oak Mountain High School.
Hannah Pace, Montgomery, Alabama. Hannah Pace, the daughter of Tracy and Jimmy Pace of Montgomery, Alabama, is an exercise science major. Pace is a 2018 graduate of Hooper Academy.
Huntingdon College has been named a top 6 regional Best Value and top 11 regional college in the South by U.S. News and World Report; among a list of Colleges that Change Lives, by Washington Monthly; among the Best Colleges in Alabama and the Best Small Colleges in America by College Consensus; and among the Best Colleges: Region by Re ion (South) by the Princeton Review.