The Ohio State University at Marion

Homecoming 2019: Seiber and Yocco crowned

October 11, 2019
Homecoming 2019:  Seiber and Yocco crowned

Junior psychology major Kayleigh Seiber of Bucyrus, Ohio and sophomore psychology major Maxwell Yocco of Cardington, Ohio were crowned 2019 Ohio State Marion Homecoming queen and king during ceremonies at the Longaberger Alumni House, Columbus, Ohio, on Friday, October 4th.

2018 Homecoming King Isaac Green and Queen Lydia Drake were also in attendance to crown their successors.

Joining Seiber and Yocco on the Marion campus court for homecoming festivities on the Columbus campus during the October 4-5 weekend were junior social work major Caroline Anderson of Delaware, Ohio; sophomore computer science and engineering major Isaiah Green of Marysville, Ohio; sophomore psychology major Doryan Miller of Cincinnati, Ohio; and junior biology major Jade-Noelle Ritzert of Hudson, Ohio.

Following the crowning ceremony, students participated with their Columbus and regional campus counterparts in The Ohio State University Homecoming Parade, which is one of Ohio State's biggest and longest-running traditions. Student organizations, colleges, departments, community organizations and local celebrities all take part in this tradition. The parade begins each year at Ohio Stadium and ends at the Ohio Union. Following the parade students participated in the Homecoming Pep Rally, sponsored by The Ohio State University Alumni Association and the Student-Alumni Council, inside the Ohio Union. On Saturday, students took part in the Ohio State Marching Band Skull Session at St. John's Arena and attended and celebrated the victory of the Ohio State versus Michigan State Homecoming game in Ohio Stadium.

The Ohio State University at Marion is dedicated to providing an affordable education combining the rigor and opportunities of a leading research university with the support of a small campus to prepare our students for their professions within a global society.