TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The University of Alabama has named its 2022 homecoming court after a preliminary selection process. The winner will be announced during the annual bonfire on The University of Alabama Quad Friday, Oct. 21, at 6:30 p.m., and crowned at halftime of the homecoming game on Saturday, Oct. 22.
This year’s candidates are Megan Abrams, Olivia Bruno, Olivia Burleson, Ellery Hill and Bayley St. Clair.
Megan Abrams is a graduate student from Lafayette, Louisiana, majoring in business administration.
Olivia Bruno is a senior from Franklin, Tennesse, majoring in biology with a minor in social innovation and leadership, general business and psychology.
Olivia Burleson is a junior from Winfield majoring in elementary education.
Ellery Hill is a senior from Hanover, Michigan, majoring in finance with a minor in women’s studies.
Bayley St. Clair is a senior from Mobile majoring in English with a minor in philosophy and political science.
Visit the homecoming website to learn more about each candidate and read their statements of intent.
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