ROCK HILL, S.C. - Winthrop University students last week voted Ashlye Rumph as Homecoming queen and Quadrey Reeves as Homecoming king. The two students, both from Columbia, S.C., were crowned Feb. 19 during halftime of the men’s basketball game. Winthrop won the game 74-66 over High Point as the Eagles set a new school record with its 13th straight victory before a record-setting crowd of 5,254 fans.
Rumph is a senior majoring in psychology, minoring in entrepreneurship. The daughter of Anthony and Fannie Geddis and Johnny Rumph, she represented the Student Alumni Council. Reeves, a junior majoring in business administration, represented the Association of Ebonites. He is the son of Cody Miller and Gale D. Reeves.
The runner-up for queen was Sarah Rogerson, a senior social work major sponsored by the Alpha Delta Pi sorority. Her parents are Carson and Dorothy Rogerson of Murrells Inlet, S.C. The runner-up for king was Tim Ellmers, a senior biology/chemistry major from Charleston, S.C. The son of Keith and Jan Ellmers, he was sponsored by the Winthrop Ambassadors.