The king and queen will be announced during a virtual pep rally this Friday (Oct. 23).
The 2020 Texas Tech University homecoming court was announced today (Oct. 22) during a virtual event.
The 2020 homecoming king nominees are:
- Hagen Gardiner, a business information technology major from Frisco, representing Phi Kappa Psi
- Chase Gibson, an agribusiness major from Haskell, representing the Texas Tech Terry Scholars
- Grayson Golden, a finance major from Highland Village, representing Kappa Alpha Order
- Tomas Mendes, a mechanical engineering major from Melbourne, Australia, representing Sigma Phi Delta
- Maxwell Raymond, a business management major from San Antonio, representing Beta Theta Pi
The 2020 homecoming queen nominees are:
- Maggie Cain, a mathematics major from Santa Fe, New Mexico, representing Delta Gamma
- Tarah Hill, a political science major from Nazareth, representing Zeta Tau Alpha
- Taylor Seyl, a psychology major from Pearland, representing Alpha Phi
- Bailey Tryon, a multidisciplinary studies major from Houston, representing Kappa Delta
- Cameron Warren, an accounting major from Wellington, representing Sigma Phi Lambda
After a review of the candidates' resumes, the top 20 were announced on Tuesday (Oct. 20) during the virtual Student Organization Sing (S.O. Sing) event. The number was narrowed down to five king and five queen candidates after an interview process.
The winners will be crowned at the virtual pep rally at 7 p.m. on Friday (Oct. 23). Students who wish to vote should visit the online voting page.
Last year's homecoming king and queen were Reginald Lane of Bridgeport who represented the Saddle Tramps and Hunter Heck of Panhandle who represented Mortar Board.
For more information about Texas Tech's homecoming events, visit the homecoming website.