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October 16, 2018

SVSU students elect 2018 Homecoming queen, king

Saginaw Valley State University students elected Kayla Flintoft and Tyler Boylen as the 2018 Homecoming queen and king, respectively.

Flintoft and Boylen were crowned Saturday, Oct. 13 during a halftime ceremony at SVSU's home football game against Northern Michigan University.

Flintoft is a biology and secondary education major from Caro. She is involved in SVSU's Outdoor Adventures program and works for Residential Life. Flintoft also is member of the university’s Foundation Scholars Program.

Boylen is a supply chain management and marketing double major from Gladwin. He works at SVSU's Residential Life and Campus Recreation offices, and serves as a campus tour guide.

Alongside Flintoft and Boylen, eight other students were selected to serve on the Homecoming Court earlier in the month.

The students joining them on the 2018 Homecoming Court were as follows:

  • Kyle Baxter, a nursing major from Mayville
  • McKenna Daniel, a marketing major from Clio
  • Jake Deloge, a nursing major from Lapeer
  • Hannah Doederlein, a health science major from Carleton
  • Indigo Dudley, a music and communication double major from Saginaw
  • Alan Gutierrez, an exercise science major from Zeeland
  • Emma Kirsch, an early childhood and elementary education double major from Clinton Township
  • Dylan Langlois, an exercise science major from Reed City