Spring Sing King and Queen Crowned
Friday, April 20th, 2012
West Virginia Wesleyan College’s Greek organizations showed their talents and celebrated the songs of “The New Millennium” during Spring Sing 2012. Other than the elaborately produced musical numbers, one of the highlights is the crowing of the Spring Sing King and Queen.
This year, Nina Come, a senior exercise science major from Venetia, PA, and Garrett Heck, a senior biology major from Martinsburg, WV, were crowned 2012 Spring Sing Queen and King. Come is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha and Heck is a member of Theta Chi.
Members of the Queen’s court included seniors Paige Hathaway, a psychology major from Vienna, WV, (Alpha Delta Pi), Natalie Howard, an exercise science major from Bridgeport, WV (Alpha Xi Delta), Alicia Matheny, an English major from Mineral Wells, WV, (Alpha Gamma Delta), and Jessica Wagner, a five-year business major from Buckhannon, (Alpha Delta Pi). Members of the King’s court included seniors Phillip Adams, a biology major from Oakland, MD, (Phi Mu), William Tyler, a communication major from Cross Lanes, WV, (Kappa Alpha), and Robert Vollmershausen, an engineering physics major from Fort Ashby, WV (Theta Xi).
The freshman attendants were Laura Wood, an elementary education major from Williamstown, WV, (Alpha Gamma Delta) and Ryan Lopez, a marketing major from Charles Town, WV, (Theta Xi); the sophomore attendants were Emily Sundstorm, an elementary education major from Fayetteville, WV, (Alpha Xi Delta) and Chris Kimble, a criminal justice major from Susquehanna, PA, (Kappa Alpha); and the junior attendants were Kary Kramer, a Christian education major from Elkins, WV, (Zeta Tau Alpha) and Louie Pellegrini, an exercise science major from Waynesburg, WV, (Theta Chi).
The overall winner for the Spring Sing week competition was Zeta Tau Alpha. The also won the sorority division winner; Kappa Alpha won the banner competition; best director was Kelsey Bowman, an English writing major from Circleville, WV, (Alpha Xi Delta); and fraternity division winner, Theta Xi.