Sajja Crowned 2019 Lee University Homecoming Queen

Friday, November 8, 2019
Lee’s 2019 Homecoming Queen Sarah Sajja with her escort Nathan Lomboy during halftime at the Homecoming game
Lee’s 2019 Homecoming Queen Sarah Sajja with her escort Nathan Lomboy during halftime at the Homecoming game

Lee University senior biology major, Sarah Sajja, was crowned Homecoming Queen during halftime of the men’s basketball game at Lee’s 2019 Homecoming celebrations.

Ms. Sajja is the daughter of Padmaja and Prasada Sajja of Atlanta. She currently serves on the Alternative Chapel and Worthy Now committees. She is also a member of Tri-Beta Honor Society and was a student speaker for Q Union 2019. Ms. Sajja was escorted by Nathan Lomboy.

Mr. Lomboy is the son of Robert and Andrea Lomboy of Woodbridge, Va. He is an exercise science major with an emphasis in athletic training. He is involved in Crossover ministries and is also a member of Tau Kappa Omega and Delta Zeta Tau.

Also representing the senior class was Randyl Music. She is the daughter of Chris and Charlotte Music of Baltimore, Md. She is an English writing major and a member of Delta Zeta Tau and Pi Kappa Pi. She is also the director of Parade of Favorites, student coordinator for Great Strides, a Gateway peer leader, and a student worker for the Office of Student Development. Music was escorted by Chmira Gilliam.

Mr. Gilliam is the son of Freeman Worthy and Marilyn Gilliam of Sanford, N.C. He is a psychology major and serves as a teaching assistant for the Marriage and Family class. He is also the historian for Tau Kappa Omega and a member of Omega Alpha Phi.

Mackensie Northcutt was another representative for the senior class. She is the daughter of Tim and Jennie Northcutt of Hendersonville, Tn. She is a public relations major with a minor in business administration. She is the vice president of Omega Alpha Phi, a Gateway peer leader, and Blythe Bower mentor. She was escorted by Austin Guard.

Mr. Guard is the son of Blaine and April Guard of Salisbury, Md. He is a digital media major and currently serves as the president of Pi Kappa Pi and a gentlemen of Delta Zeta Tau. He is also a student worker for IT Systems and a Gateway peer leader.

Abby Robinson also represented the senior class. She is the daughter of Jeff and Carla Robinson of Plant City, Fl. She is an art major, a student intern at the Leonard Center, and president of Delta Zeta Tau. She was escorted by Will Hammond.

Mr. Hammond is the son of Jerome and Vanessa Hammond of Cleveland, Tn. He is a digital media major and assists with media services and Crossover ministries. He is also a member of Tau Kappa Omega and Delta Zeta Tau.

Kat Lange of Edwardsville, Ill., represented the junior class, and she was escorted by Teagan Lenox of Franklin, Tn.

Also representing the junior class was Yeyoung Oh of Cheoung-ju, South Korea. She was escorted by Luke Roberts of Yuba City, Ca.

Representing the sophomore class was Lindsay Phillips of LaFayette, Ga. Andrew Land of LaFayette, Ga. was her escort.

Another representative of the sophomore class was Hannah Roberts of Knoxville, Tennessee. She was escorted by Zach Fowler of Ringgold, Ga.

Representing the freshman class was Erica Love of Detroit, Mi., who was escorted by Marquis Bush of Elizabethton, Tn.

Also representing the freshman class was Sydney Gobble of Cleveland, Tn. She was escorted by Brandon Newell of Dayton, Tn.


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