2021 UA Homecoming Court Announced

  • October 20th, 2021

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The University of Alabama has named its 2021 homecoming court with five candidates after a student election. On Friday, Oct. 22, the homecoming queen will be announced at the annual bonfire.

The candidates are: Laney Ackles, Noelle Fall, Montana Fouts, Savanah Lemon and McLean Moore.

Laney Ackles is a senior from Norfolk, Virginia, majoring in psychology, and educational policy and reform. Her platform brings attention to Tuscaloosa’s Arts ‘n Autism program.

Noelle Fall, a marketing major from Birmingham, Alabama, is partnering with Culverhouse DEI Mentoring and Diversity in the Business Bridge Program.

Montana Fouts, a senior from Grayson, Kentucky, majoring in psychology and new creation, is known for being on the UA softball team. She aims to Be the Blessing for the campus by bringing enthusiasm to not only athletics but in day-to-day life.

Savanah Lemon, a senior majoring in public health from Nashville, Tennessee, is working with the Boys and Girls Club of Tuscaloosa, connecting UA athletes with youth in the Tuscaloosa community.

McLean Moore’s platform is Big Brother Big Sisters of Tuscaloosa, a program that matches young adults with youth in the community. Moore is a senior from Tuscaloosa double majoring in finance and economics.

Savanah Lemon
Noelle Fall
Montana Fouts
McLean Moore
Laney Ackles

Contact

Caroline Gazzara-McKenzie, UA Strategic Communications, caroline.mckenzie@ua.edu

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