Saint Martin's College Homecoming Court includes someone from your area

Thursday, February 12, 2004

Lacey - Saint Martin’s College announced its 2004 Homecoming Court on Jan. 30 at its annual Homecoming dinner and awards program.

The court is nominated and selected by the vote of fellow students.

Named queen and king were seniors Sunny Gold of Shelton and Matthew Lambrecht of LaCenter.

Sunny is majoring in business administration with a minor in theatre arts. She serves as executive secretary of the college’s student government and on several college committees. She also is involved in the Saint Martin’s Theatre Workshop and has served as a New Student Orientation leader.

Matt is majoring in English with a minor in philosophy. He hopes to pursue a master’s degree in theology at Notre Dame University. Matt is involved in track, choir, student liturgy and the Campus Ministry Club. He has been a New Student Orientation leader for three years.

Also named to the 2004 Homecoming Court were:

-Senior Princess Elena Dias, a criminal justice major from Peahi, Maui, Hawaii. Elena is working on the college’s upcoming Mexico service trip and is active in Soccer Club and the Hawaiian Club.

Senior Prince Jonathan Sprouffske of Rainier, who is double-majoring in business administration and theatre arts. Jonathan plans to attend law school and pursue a career in business or criminal law. He is Saint Martin’s student body president and is on the Residence Hall Council, as well as being a resident advisor.

Junior Duchess Stephanie Day, Portland, Ore., a psychology major. She would like to be a counselor for high school students or chronically ill children. Stephanie is a Resident Advisor in Burton Hall and the Student Leader for the college’s upcoming Mexico Service Trip.

Junior Duke Kenyon Smith, Makawao, Maui, Hawaii, is a political science major. He serves on the student government as judicial vice president and last year was senator for academic affairs.

Sophomore Baroness Teri Y, of Tacoma, has not declared a major. She was a New Student Orientation leader for 2003-04.

Sophomore Baron David Schumacher, Federal Way, is a mechanical engineering major. David plays on the college’s soccer club, serves as a resident advisor in the residence halls and is a member of the Saint Martin’s student chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Freshman Countess Sonya Ramos, Sunnyside, is majoring in biology/pre-medicine. Sonya plays on the college’s fastpitch softball team and is a member of the Hawaiian Club.

Freshman Count Robin "Robbie" WIlbur, Spanaway, is majoring in mathematics. Robbie is a member of the college’s cross-country team.

For more information:
Deanna Partlow, media relations coordinator
Saint Martin’s Office of Communication
360-438-4541 or dpartlow@stmartin.edu