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Brown, Mull crowned at homecoming court

Ashley Mull, left, and Aaron Brown

Seniors Aaron Brown and Ashley Mull were crowned homecoming king and queen Oct. 15 during halftime of the men’s soccer match against Barton College. The Fleet Men defeated the Barton Bulldogs, scoring two goals in the second half for a 2-0 win, while the Fleet Women fell to Barton earlier in the afternoon.

Brown, an athletic training major from Mount Pleasant, plays on the Men’s Basketball Team and has served as president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) at Erskine. Last fall, he was named to Garnet Circle, which honors the 25 currently enrolled students who achieved the highest scholastic average during the previous academic year, and was profiled in FCA Magazine.

Mull, a biology major from Belmont, N.C., who was captain of the Women’s Basketball Team last season, is currently a starting player on the Women’s Soccer Team. She is president of the Class of 2017 and has served as vice president of the Athenian Literary Society. She has also been active in the biology honor society Beta Beta Beta, FCA, and Reformed University Fellowship.

Other members of the homecoming court included Grate Profit of Summerville and Alexis Lyda of Woodruff, freshman prince and princess; AJ Mealing of Graniteville and Rachel Berkey of Myrtle Beach, sophomore prince and princess; and Sammy Antonelli of Lexington, N.C. and Rebecca Reiter of Anderson, junior prince and princess. Runners-up for homecoming king and queen were Michael Byrd of Sullivans Island and Anna Raquel Robison of Isle of Palms.







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