Amy Dedman of Harrodsburg, a senior at Centre College, was voted homecoming queen during ceremonies held on campus Oct. 18.
Dedman was escorted by her father, Centre alumnus Nick Dedman.
"Being chosen by my senior class peers as a member of the homecoming court was an exceptional honor in itself," said Amy Dedman. "Being selected as homecoming queen by the student body at such an amazing institution was a very special experience. I was overjoyed to share it with many of my family members, including my parents, who were here for the weekend alumni festivities."
Coincidentally, Amy's aunt, Helen Williams Dedman of Harrodsburg, was homecoming queen at Centre in 1974.
Dedman is a biology major and is considering pursuing a career in exercise science.
Other members of the queen's court included Holly Hensley of Morgantown, Lindsey Stewart of Lexington, Lindsay Stoess of Peewee Valley and Nessa Timoney of Lexington.
The homecoming king was Rob King of Merced, Calif. Members of the king's court included James Booker and Rob Goff, both of Louisville, Stephen Dexter of Danville, and Chris Henley of Lexington.