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Herald Your Fame Homecoming 2017

Three words in the Oklahoma State University alma mater pro

vided the inspiration for

this year

s Homecoming theme

Herald Your Fame.

Our alma mater has produced many

famous people and ideas, all of which were celebrated in Oc

tober at the annual event

that

has

also brought fame to OSU

America

s Greatest Homecoming Celebration.

Rickie Fowler, one of OSU

s most famous alumni, returned home to serve as grand

marshal of the Sea of Orange Parade. Known for wearing Amer

ica

s Brightest Orange on

Sundays, Fowler

received warm, loud Cowboy cheers

at every Homecoming event as if he

were

approaching the 18th green at The Masters.

Warm weather and clear skies greeted OSU alumni and friends

for Homecoming

s main

events Friday and Saturday, capped off by a resounding 59-16 victor

y over the Baylor Bears.

While

we were happy to win the game, we were also excited to welcome

back three-time OSU

graduate Linda Livingstone

as

Baylor

s new president, who is featured on Pages 96-99.

Along with our sponsor Phillips 66, the OSU Alumni Association

invites you to relive

Homecoming 2017 and some of our favorite moments

 

Three words in the Oklahoma State University alma mater provided the inspiration for this year’s Homecoming theme – ‘Herald Your Fame.’ Our alma mater has produced many famous people and ideas, all of which were celebrated in October at the annual event that has also brought fame to OSU – “America’s Greatest Homecoming Celebration.”

Rickie Fowler, one of OSU’s most famous alumni, returned home to serve as grand marshal of the Sea of Orange Parade. Known for wearing America’s Brightest Orange on Sundays, Fowler received warm, loud Cowboy cheers at every Homecoming event as if he were approaching the 18th green at The Masters.

Warm weather and clear skies greeted OSU alumni and friends for Homecoming’s main events Friday and Saturday, capped off by a resounding 59-16 victory over the Baylor Bears. While we were happy to win the game, we were also excited to welcome back three-time OSU graduate Linda Livingstone as Baylor’s new president, who is featured on Pages 96-99.

Along with our sponsor Phillips 66, the OSU Alumni Association invites you to relive Homecoming 2017 and some of our favorite moments that help make this event so famous.

2017 Homecoming Awards

Freshman Cheyenne Bartling from Cleveland, Oklahoma, is ranked 10th in the Central Plains Region for goat tying. Her talents were on display at the Cowboy Stampede, OSU's rodeo event that kicks off Homecoming activities.

Basketball Bonanza

Greek Bracket

1st Kappa Sigma/Alpha Chi Omega
2nd Phi Gamma Delta/Kappa Alpha Theta
3rd Alpha Gamma Rho/Kappa Kappa Gamma
Female MVP Hannah Anderson
Male MVP Garret Maxey

Open Bracket

1st Sigma Phi Lambda/Phi Kappa Tau
2nd Patchin/Jones/Drummond
3rd Omega Phi Alpha/Sigma Tau Gamma
Female MVP Taylor Price
Male MVP Noah Luckey

Sign Competition

Student Organizations

1st Student Wellness Council
2nd Swine Club
3rd Theta Tau

Phillips 66 Fan Favorite CowboyThon

Residential Life

Signs illustrating "Herald Your Fame"Homecoming theme covered library lawn.

1st North Monroe

2nd Zink/Allen

3rd Wentz/Parker
Phillips 66 Fan Favorite University Commons

Greek Life

1st Alpha Tau Omega/Delta Delta Delta
2nd Phi Gamma Delta/Kappa Alpha Theta
3rd Pi Kappa Alpha/Alpha Delta Pi
Phillips 66 Fan Favorite Sigma Chi/Kappa Delta

Harvest Carnival

Student Organizations

Members of Kappa Kappa Gamma and Alpha Gamma Rho participate in the Harvest Carnival.

1st Education, Health & Aviation Student Council
2nd Freshmen in Transition
3rd National Student Speech Language Hearing Association and Pre-Vet Club (Tie)
Phillips 66 Fan Favorite Early Childhood Education Club

Residential Life

1st University Commons
2nd Wentz/Parker

Phillips 66 Fan Favorite University Commons

Greek Life

1st Sigma Phi Epsilon/Alpha Xi Delta
2nd FarmHouse/Pi Beta Phi

3rd Sigma Chi/Kappa Delta
Phillips 66 Fan Favorite Lambda Chi Alpha/Phi Mu

President Burns Hargis and First Cowgirl Ann Hargis attend the homecoming parade.

Chili Cook-Off

Phillips 66 Fan Favorite Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow

Student Organizations

1st Block and Bridle
2nd Oklahoma Collegiate Cattlewomen
3rd Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow

Residential Life

1st Bennett/Kamm/Peterson/Friend
2nd University Commons
3rd Stout Hall

Orange Reflection

Members of Alpha Delta Pi attend Homecoming & Hoops.

1st Stout Hall
2nd Bennett/Kamm/Peterson/Friend
3rd Patchin/Jones/Drummond
Phillips 66 Fan Favorite Patchin/Jones/Drummond

House Decorations

Alumni Association Chairman's Cup

Alpha Gamma Rho/Kappa Kappa Gamma and Sigma Alpha Epsilon/Zeta Tau Alpha (Tie)

2nd Sigma Nu/Gamma Phi Beta
3rd FarmHouse/Pi Beta Phi
4th Phi Gamma Delta/Kappa Alpha Theta
5th Kappa Sigma/Alpha Chi Omega
Phillips 66 Fan Favorite Alpha Tau Omega/Delta Delta Delta

Engineering Excellence Award

A member of Farmhouse fraternity pomps before the reveal of the homecoming decks.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon/Zeta Tau Alpha and Sigma Nu/Gamma Phi Beta (Tie)

Safety Award

Alpha Gamma Rho/Kappa Kappa Gamma

Sea of Orange Parade

Phillips 66 Fan Favorite Stout Hall

Large Band Competition

1st Ponca City High School

Community Parade Entry

1st Bible Baptist Church

Fans gather at Traditions Tailgate before the football game.

2nd Miniature Horse Brigade
3rd Perkins Road Pet Clinic

Student Organizations

1st Dairy Science Club
2nd Sigma Phi Lambda/Phi Kappa Tau
3rd Omega Phi Alpha/Sigma Tau Gamma

Residential Life

1st Stout Hall
2nd Bennett/Kamm/Peterson/Friend
3rd University Commons

Gage Calhoon and Brittany Krehbiel were crowned 2017 Homecoming King and Queen by last year's winners, Ring Howell, left, and Jacquelyn Lane, right.

Grand Marshal's Cup

Bible Baptist Church

Homecoming King & Queen

Gage Calhoon and Brittany Krehbiel

Sweepstakes

Student Organizations

1st Dairy Science Club
2nd Sigma Phi Lambda/Phi Kappa Tau
3rd Oklahoma Collegiate Cattlewomen

Residential Life

Tyron Johnson, No. 13, evades a tackle during the Baylor vs. OSU Homecoming football game.

1st Stout Hall
2nd Bennett/Kamm/Peterson/Friend
3rd University Commons

Greek Life

1st Alpha Gamma Rho/Kappa Kappa Gamma
2nd FarmHouse/Pi Beta Phi
3rd Sigma Nu/Gamma Phi Beta

Jerry Gill Spirit Award

Sigma Nu/Gamma Phi Beta

Most Spirited College

College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources

More stories like this are available for members of the OSU Alumni Association. STATE magazine is a benefit of membership in the OSU Alumni Association. To join or update your membership go to orangeconnection.org/join or call 405-744-5368.

that

help make this event so famous.Three words in the Oklahoma State University alma mater pro

vided the inspiration for

this year

s Homecoming theme

Herald Your Fame.

Our alma mater has produced many

famous people and ideas, all of which were celebrated in Oc

tober at the annual event

that

has

also brought fame to OSU

America

s Greatest Homecoming Celebration.

Rickie Fowler, one of OSU

s most famous alumni, returned home to serve as grand

marshal of the Sea of Orange Parade. Known for wearing Amer

ica

s Brightest Orange on

Sundays, Fowler

received warm, loud Cowboy cheers

at every Homecoming event as if he

were

approaching the 18th green at The Masters.

Warm weather and clear skies greeted OSU alumni and friends

for Homecoming

s main

events Friday and Saturday, capped off by a resounding 59-16 victor

y over the Baylor Bears.

While

we were happy to win the game, we were also excited to welcome

back three-time OSU

graduate Linda Livingstone

as

Baylor

s new president, who is featured on Pages 96-99.

Along with our sponsor Phillips 66, the OSU Alumni Association

invites you to relive

Homecoming 2017 and some of our favorite moments

that

help make this event so famous.