Written by Isabelle Hendrich, Editor-in-Chief
DAYTON, TN – On Oct. 8, 2022, the men’s soccer team won Bryan College’s homecoming game against Bluefield University with a score of 8 to 2.
Lunch was served during the game to the alumni and students who attended the event. The menu consisted of hotdogs, hamburgers, fruit, chips, brownies and soda.
When asked about the event, Benjamin Hendrich, senior male senator and Biology major said, “There was wonderful weather. It was beautiful outside . . . and a fun time to hang out in the sunshine.”
During the game’s halftime, the Bryan College’s Homecoming court was announced. Votes were cast by the student body of Bryan College, each student voting for their own class.
The Homecoming court included freshman Riley Reinhold, Andrew Morris, Anna Driller and Kirby Johnson. Sophomores on the court were Carisse Arseneaux, David Quillman, Rachel Norman and Chase Nichols.
Andrew Morris, the freshman male senator and Biology major with a focus in pre-dental, said, “I was surprised that I made homecoming court. I really enjoyed getting to be on court with several of my friends across all four classes.”
The juniors of the court included Ivey Evans, Josiah Gelatt, Lauren Cox and Ryan Beaty. The senior class elected four male and female representatives. They were Makenzie Heiss, Ben Paul, Sadie Bryan, Moshe Cope, Bethany Watkins, Michael Stewart, Dana Rice and Jacob Mann.
The current King and Queen were crowned by last year’s King and Queen, John-David and Sarah Nelson. By popular vote, Jacob Mann and Dana Rice won King and Queen of 2022’s Homecoming Court.
“It felt so surreal, I definitely did not expect to be crowned queen. I feel so honored! Thank you to everyone who has supported me for my four years here at Bryan!” Rice said.
As part of the office of student life, SGA helps out with a lot of the student activities and events on Bryan College campus. “I really like getting the opportunity to help put on events for the student body and giving the students at Bryan a week of fun activities for homecoming week! I look forward to putting together more events with SGA in the future!” Morris said.
Isabelle Hendrich is a senior communication major and history minor at Bryan College. Besides running, Hendrich likes to read and do crafts. She is a triplet whose siblings, Benjamin and Savannah, are also attending Bryan College.