Alabama Student Crowned Homecoming Queen

for release after 4 p.m. on Oct. 25, 1997

Alycia Brown, senior youth and family ministry major Tuscaloosa, Ala., was crowned Abilene Christian University's 1997 Homecoming Queen during halftime Saturday, Oct. 25. at Shotwell Stadium.

Brown serves as co-chair of the Students' Association Spiritual Life Committee and has been active in the Student Activities Organization and as a class officer. Brown has also been named to the Dean's Honor Roll and was a recipient of the Margaret L. Teague Spirit of ACU Award. She is a member of the women's social club, Sigma Theta Chi.

She is the daughter of Marcus and Carol Brown of Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Other members of the Homecoming Court were: Kenye Kay Butts, a senior exercise science major from Midland; Heather Chance, a senior communication major from San Antonio; Allison Hawkins, a senior communication major from Plano; Lacey Hogue, a senior elementary education major from Holliday; Jeni Strickland, a senior elementary education major from Southlake; Julie Stringer, a senior accounting and finance major from Corsicana; Kimberly Sublette, a senior graphic design major from Tyler; Chelsea Teague, a senior psychology major from Fort Worth; and Julie Beth Wray, a senior elementary education major from Kaufman.

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