JACKSON, Tenn. – Feb. 15, 2003 – Senior Reagan Carfield was named Union University Homecoming Queen Saturday, Feb. 15.
Homecoming Queen Reagan Carfield, center, and the 2003 Homecoming Court.
Carfield, a psychology major from Paducah, Ky., was elected by the student body and presented during halftime of the Union Lady Bulldogs basketball game.
“It is an incredible honor to become a part of this tradition,” said Carfield. “It was a joy to see some of Union’s history through the eyes of the alumni recognized during homecoming, and I am humbled to have a small place in that history.”
The daughter of Greg and Deanna Bazzell, Carfield plans to serve in missions to Africa upon her graduation. After her missions work, she will pursue a graduate degree in counseling. As a student, Carfield has participated in Life Groups, Klemata, Rounders and the Chi Omega Sorority.
Carfield was elected Miss Union in the fall of 2002, also by vote of the students.
Also representing the class of 2003 were: Amy Edge, a digital media studies major from Memphis; Rachel Loveless of Jackson, a social work major; and Heather Vaughn, a native of Anna, Ill. majoring in learning foundations.
Laura Lee Moore, a public relations major from Covington, represented the class of 2004.
East Canton, Ohio native Sarah Anderson, a nursing major, represented the class of 2005, and Annie Ross, an education major from Anna, Ill. represented the class of 2006.