Outstanding Seniors Nominated for 2014 Harvest Court

October 30, 2014

Senior students were nominated by their peers in six different categories: harvest king, harvest queen, best all-around male, best all-around female, most servant-like male and most servant-like female. The student body will vote Monday, Nov. 3, on the finalists, and the winners will be announced during the Harvest Court ceremony.

The Harvest Court nominees pose for a group photo.

Pictured above, harvest court candidates, front row, left to right: Allie Preston, Katlin Medlin, Hannah Johnson, Katy Wells, Lexi Masters, Hannah Burnett, Chelsea Abinah, Mary Criner, Karleigh Schrick and Emily Elkins. Back row, left to right: Khalil Benalioulhaj, Zach Cramer, Cody Moser, Parker Hunt, Cullen Swearingen, Jordan Davis, Micah Keeney, Keaton Nye and Sammy Andrews. OBU photo by Bill Pope.

Harvest court finalists include:

Harvest Court King: Sammy Andrews, a musical arts major with a voice emphasis from Checotah, Oklahoma; Parker Hunt, an English major from Cypress, Texas; and Cody Moser, a biblical languages and student ministry major from Noble, Oklahoma.

Harvest Court Queen: Chelsea Abinah, a pre-counseling major from Edmond, Oklahoma; Hannah Burnett, a family and community service major from Richardson, Texas; and Emily Elkins, an elementary education major from Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Best All-Around Male: Micah Keeney, a Bible major from Bartlesville, Oklahoma; Keaton Nye, a digital media arts major from Shawnee, Oklahoma; and Cullen Swearingen, an anthropology and Bible double major from Topeka, Kansas.

Best All-Around Female: Mary Criner, a marketing major from Haskell, Oklahoma; Lexi Masters, a psychology major from Carbondale, Kansas; Allie Preston, a biology major from Abilene, Texas; and Karleigh Schrick, a communications studies major from Montrose, Colorado.

Most Servant-Like Male: Khalil Benalioulhaj, an international business major from Norman, Oklahoma; Zach Cramer, a Bible major from Topeka, Kansas; and Jordan Davis, a Bible and philosophy double major from Oklahoma City.

Most Servant-Like Female: Hannah Johnson, a nursing major from Bartlesville, Oklahoma; Katlin Medlin, a nursing major from Olathe, Kansas; and Katy Wells, a family and community service major from Paoli, Oklahoma.