Knight of Honor Court (Chelsea Ancona)

Every year, ten Bellarmine students are selected to serve as the Knight of Honor Homecoming Court. These students are selected through an application process and represent Bellarmine in positive, well-rounded manner.

Knight of Honor is a way to recognize ten seniors who represent Bellarmine in a positive manner. They excel in and out of school by succeeding in academics, on campus involvement and volunteer and service work in the community. These students are role models to fellow Bellarmine students and exemplify a well-rounded student through their involvement.

The students for the 2012 Knight of Honor were recently selected and will be honored throughout the week as well as at Saturday’s Homecoming game against Kentucky Wesleyan College. This year’s students consist of Jovan Andjelich, Luke Sprague, Megan Lilly, Caitlyn Walsh, Kayla Theisen, Victoria Meiers, Paige Wills, Kandice Ford, Katie Kannon and Chelsea Ancona.

All of these students went through an application process consisting of an essay and an interview. These students have participated in many different organizations both in and out of Bellarmine.

Jovan serves as the Student Government President, Megan is the Bellarmine Activities Council president and Katie is the Knights Nation president. Luke is a part of the 2011 NCAA Division II Basketball National Champion team. He was recently named to the five-member Capital One Academic All-District IV Team for NCAA Division II. Caitlyn was the president for the CREW orientation team and Kayla is currently in the Doctorate Physical Therapy Program. Victoria has been on the Cross Country and Track teams and has participated in the Admissions Hall Host program. Paige has held internships with the Kentucky Derby Museum, AT & T Kentucky Derby Festival Morning Line Radio Show and currently, Baptist East Hospital. Kandice currently serves as a class representative for the Student Government Association as well as the online editor for the Bellarmine Concord. Chelsea is a part of the Bellarmine Activites Council and has held internships with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and currently, Thorntons Inc.

The Knight of Honor court will be recognized at the Scarlett Fever Homecoming event on Thursday evening. They are provided dinner prior to the Homecoming dance on Friday evening at the Seelbach Hotel.

The students will also be honored on the court during half-time of the Men’s Basketball Game this Saturday. During the recognition ceremony at the game, two students will be knighted based on the votes of their classmates. Students can vote for two of the Knight of Honor candidates to be knighted. The knighted students will be knights by President McGowan or Dr. Rhodes and will receive a small scholarship as well.

To vote for the Knight of Honor Court, go to the myBellarmine page and cast your vote. Voting closes on Friday, Feb. 17 at 9am.


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