Troy University campuses in Dothan, Montgomery and Phenix City joined in the Homecoming fun last week with announcements of their Homecoming representatives and by hosting activities for students.
The Dothan Campus provided boxed Chick-fil-A meals for students in two locations on campus on Tuesday afternoon and followed that up with a Homecoming picnic on the quad on Wednesday.
Later Wednesday, the Montgomery Campus kicked off its Homecoming celebration with a rally featuring prizes, food, a football throwing competition, a cornhole tournament and a visit from TROY mascot T-Roy.
The three campuses also announced their representatives to the Homecoming Court. The representatives took part in the Homecoming parade in Troy on Saturday morning and were introduced with the Homecoming Court during pre-game festivities before the Trojans’ Homecoming game against Louisiana at Veterans Memorial Stadium.
Sarah Vickery was selected as the Dothan Campus representative. A senior from Bonifay, FL, Vickery is the daughter of Greg and Jennifer Vickery and is currently in her fifth semester of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. She will graduate in December and after graduation plans to work as a pediatric nurse. She recently received the 2021 Undergraduate Dean’s Award for the College of Health and Human Services.
Stephany Hammock was selected as the Montgomery Campus representative and was honored during the campus’ Wednesday afternoon Homecoming rally. A senior psychology major and biology minor, Hammock is a resident of Deatsville and is the daughter of Terry Dennis and Phyllis Bryant-Powell. Her son, Donovan, who will serve as her escort for Saturday’s festivities in Troy, has been accepted to TROY for the fall 2023 semester.
Mary Kelley Hall was selected at the Phenix City Campus representative and will soon graduate with her degree in education. A mother of three, Hall works two full-time jobs while also juggling her school work and family. She works with special education students each day and also serves as a shift leader at a local restaurant. Hall looks forward to graduation and putting her teaching degree to work in the classroom.