On Saturday, September 28, during the football halftime show Sadie Cinato was named as this year’s homecoming queen and Matt Stone homecoming king. The 2013 Homecoming celebration was sponsored by the Student Government Association (SGA).
Sadie Cinato is a senior from Warren majoring in management and was sponsored by the Student Athlete Advisory Committee. Matt Stone is a senior from Roscommon majoring in international business/management and was sponsored by Alpha Sigma Phi.
Candidates for Homecoming were nominated by their organizations during the month of September. The candidates were required to have a sponsor and be a full-time student on the Michigan Campus.
Homecoming queen candidates were: Angela Arthmire, a freshman from Marine City, representing Emerging Leaders; Sadie Cinato, a senior from Warren, representing Student Athlete Advisory Committee; Karli Crocker, a sophomore from Macomb; representing Alpha Chi Omega fraternity; Brianna Daniels, a senior from Freeland, representing Student Alumni Network; Laura DuBay, a senior from Clinton Township, representing Alpha Gamma Delta fraternity; Racquel Fakhouri, a senior from Macomb, representing Entertainment, Sport & Promotion Management Association; J Harris, a sophomore from Belleville, representing Circle K; and Michelle Sapula, a senior from Macomb, representing Delta Zeta sorority.
Homecoming candidates for King were: David Barks, a junior from Detroit representing Iota Phi Theta; Derek Blasing, a senior from Minot, North Dakota, representing Phi Delta Theta fraternity; Richard Conrad, a freshman from Mt. Morris, representing Emerging Leaders; Jesse Kalitta, a sophomore from Midland, representing Circle K; Dominic Moceri, a senior from Birmingham, representing Alpha Chi Rho fraternity; Kyle Phillips, a senior from Alpena, representing Student Athlete Advisory Committee; DJ Saylor, a DeVos Graduate School student, representing Student Alumni Network; and Matt Stone, a senior from Roscommon, representing Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity.
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