The top five king and queen candidates were named today.
The 2022 Texas Tech University homecoming court was announced today (Oct. 21) at the Rowdy Raider Rally before the football game against West Virginia on Saturday (Oct. 22).
The 2022 homecoming king nominees are:
- Ty Mitchell, an animal science major from Albuquerque, New Mexico, representing the Student Agricultural Council
- James Brady, an agricultural communications major from Lubbock, Texas, representing Phi Delta Theta
- Max Noble, a finance major from Boulder Creek, California, representing Theta Chi
- Joel Rivero, a political science and finance major from Midland, Texas, representing Beta Upsilon Chi
- Diego Flores, a psychology major from Pflugerville, Texas, representing the Hispanic Student Society
The 2022 homecoming queen nominees are:
- Carmen Evans, an accounting major from Lubbock, Texas, representing the Association of Latino Professionals
- Carlye Winfrey, an agricultural communications major from Seminole, Texas, representing the Student Agricultural Council
- Hannah Jones, an agricultural and applied economics major from Hondo, Texas, representing Kappa Alpha Theta
- Addie Thane, a finance major from Double Oak, Texas, representing Alpha Phi
- Tomisin Alausa, a journalism and public relations and strategic communication management major from Plano, Texas, representing Chi Omega
Votes for this year's king and queen can be placed here. Voting begins today at noon and ends at midnight. The winners will be announced during halftime on Saturday at Jones AT&T Stadium.
For more information about Texas Tech's homecoming events, visit the homecoming website.