Twelve Henderson State University students will vie for the title of Miss HSU 2019 at 6 p.m. February 10 in Arkansas Hall. The pageant will feature lifestyle and fitness, evening gown, and talent competitions, and is a preliminary event for the Miss Arkansas Pageant.
The evening will also include the inaugural Miss HSU Outstanding Teen Pageant with eight contestants.
Competing for Miss HSU are:
• Anaya Nicole Hunter, a junior Spanish major from Arkadelphia
• Misty Morris, a sophomore marketing major from Texarkana, Texas
• Robin Campbell, a senior elementary educational studies major from Pine Bluff
• Cinnamon Maxwell, a senior social sciences major from Pine Bluff
• Gabriella Clayton, a freshman pre-law major from Little Rock
• Lexie Jeffords, a freshman pre-dental major from Sheridan
• Ashley Trieschmann, a senior integrated studies major from Bismarck
• Megan Skartvedt, a sophomore marketing, entrepreneurship, accounting major from Russellville
• Peyton Davis, a Freshman hospitality tourism and event planning major from Cabot
• Aiyanna Bartley, a sophomore biology, pre-med major from Atlanta, Ga.
• Dawn Coffman, a graduate mental health and school counseling major from Ashdown
• Haven Hughes, a freshman nursing major from Bryant
Outstanding teen contestants are: Blaise Batson, Arkadelphia; Charlee Lewellyn, Jonesboro; Phoebe Grace Johnson, Little Rock; Brooklyn Buford, Arkadelphia; Bailey Gibson, Hot Springs; Mollie Tiner, Stuttgart; Lexie Weatherford, Little Rock; and Mallory Sharp, Jonesboro.
Admission is $5 at the door, or free with valid HSU ID.
Entertainment will be provided by Miss HSU 2018 Jeana Lovett, Miss HSU 2017 Olivia Moore, Miss Arkansas Claudia Raffo, Miss Arkansas Outstanding Teen Camille Cathey, Kaneil Purifoy, William Tedford, and Jennifer Wright.
Ricki Rebollar, spirit coordinator for Henderson athletics and alumni relations, will serve as pageant host.