February 22, 2024

MacLaughlin, Mbengue named Homecoming king and queen

Cowley College 2024 homecoming court

Capping a week full of Homecoming activities, Spencer MacLaughlin and Ndack Mbengue were named Cowley College’s Homecoming king and queen during halftime of the Tiger men’s basketball game vs. Independence Community College on Wednesday night at W.S. Scott Auditorium.

Spencer is the son of Rhoda MacLaughlin-Ramirez, Patrick Ramirez, and the late Scott MacLaughlin. At Cowley, he is a member of Mu Alpha Theta, Phi Theta Kappa, the theatre, the Collegiate Quiz Bowl team, and he was selected to the President’s Honor Roll. After Cowley, he plans to transfer to Wichita State University and major in environmental and sustainability engineering. 

Ndack is the daughter of Awa Neeang and the late Ibrahim Mbengue. At Cowley she is a member of the Lady Tiger basketball team, is a resident assistant, a member of the International Student Club, and was a candidate for Queen Alalah. After Cowley, the business administration major plans to continue her athletic and academic career at a four-year school.

Grayson Allen and Presley Cameron handled the duties of the crown bearers. Student Senate Vice President Journey Catlett and Student Senate President Emily Howard were on hand to crown the new king and queen.

Queen finalists were Gwyneth Abrams, Anna Kiss, Aigiza Nasyrova, Ndack Mbengue, and Daniela Salcedo.

King finalists were Danny Ball, Siyabonga Jiyane, Spencer MacLaughlin, Bruno Nhavene, and Davonte Pruitt.

Spencer MacLaughlin and Ndack Mbengue

Rama Peroo | Director of Institutional Communication
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