University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS)

 - Class of 2002

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-JEREMY LODEN Row 1: Audrey Allen, Lauren Reeder, Alika Ramirez, Suzy Renick, Alexa Prince, Jill Rosamond, Jennifer Pennington Row 2: Bessie Liedtke, Kimberly Kosman, Ashley Watkins, Andrea Savorgnan, Kendra Moehring, Lindsay Thaler, Chalon Dominick, Ashley Hatfield, Mary Clift Hitt, Catherine Leech Row 3: Courtney McDonald, Jennifer Allen, Becky Malvin, Stacey Mahr, Ashley Hutton, Sarah Jean LaMar, Kerri Langston, Leah Lomax, Jessica Banahan, Amy Tompson, Debbie Frazier Row 4: Laura Dickerson, Roiann Boisture, Susan Hobson, Jennifer Betsayad, Christy Gaither, Raychel Green, Ashley Dove, Laurin Revere, Amelia Purser, Ashley Sprayberry Not Pictured: Carla Crosby, Sophie Nord, Katherine Paul, Dawn Pontious, Laura Shirley The Ole Miss Baseball Diamond Girls is a group of 40 girls whose main goal is to have fun and bring energy to the baseball team and fans. The squad is selected in the fall. They work to raise money and get new members for the Rebel Bullpen Club. They also pre- pare for the start of baseball by advertis- ing and promoting the upcoming sea- son. Andrea Savorgnan, Laurin Revere, and Jennifer Betsayad at the SEC Tournament The girls work all of the home games selling programs, working bats and fou lines, as well as interacting with the crowd by doing promotions. There are opportunities for the girls to travel with the team to all Southeastern Conference weekends, along with the Mayors Trophy game against Mississippi State in Jackson, Mississippi. Diamond Girls also have the opportunity to travel with the team to the NCAA Championships. Under the guidance of Clint Carver, David Krouse, and Sally Worsham, the Diamond Girls are an essential part of the Ole Miss Baseball program. Susan Hobson, Mandy Hattaway, Jennifer Betsayad, and Boisture at the SEC Tournament Selling programs at the Mayors Trophy game Re6ef Recruiters St Diamond Girts

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Row 1: (left to right, kneeling) Nikita Wilson, Samantha Ball, )ill McCain, Paula Cook, Tiffany Barr, Mary Ann Farmer, Shannon Johnson, Simone Patton, Courtney McDonald, Ashley Hogue, Ariana Bender, Lizzie Andrews Row 2:(seated) Mia Mosavizahed, Whitney Cole, Meredith Scott, Christie Curry T he Rebel Recruiters assist coaches and athletic personnel on game day, and guide prospective student-athletes and their parents on visits to the Ole Miss campus. The Recruiters represent in a positive light the Ole Miss Athletic Department and entire University family when in contact with players and fam ilies. They also also help with office work and game day preparations. Organizations



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U.J • I (6 {q) - _ mm hl Ik%. h v I fi Iff le Miss Ambassadors, approximately 120 volunteers, are dedicated to sharing diverse academic, cultural, and extracurricular interests with perspective students and their families. Ambassadors work through the admissions office in recruting the type of student that reflects well on Ole Miss, by sharing the wealth of opportunities to be found at the University of Mississippi. i T — r jS ufl flu nrj m aRsAK ® m vfrrn Co-Directors Chyrissee Bertheaud Corey Nichols Tours Todd Magro Tyndale Brickey Special Events Lizzie Andrews Sarah Whybrew Public Relations Ashley Geraci Executive Committee Webmaster Dave Hotard Secretary Treasurer Courtney Geraci Housing Matt Sleep Josh Combes Letters Marshall Rivers Natalie Cathcart Dustin Addy Buddy Apple Parul Bajaj Anastasia Ballas Jonathan Barns Martin Bartlett Chad Baskin Justin Bertheaud Jessica Boggan Natalie Boggan Grant Brashier Ashley Buckman Rose Bui Rachel Burkhead Natalie Carpender Summer Clements Donald Cole Camille Comer Alex Dahlman Laura Uickerson Organizations Elizabeth Dickerson Abby Diddle Sarah Dill David Donaldson Chris Douglas Cayce Elliott Jennifer Ellzey Allison Ellzey Emily Evans Emily Ferris Allison Fewell Jennifer Foil Jessica Foster Megan Foster David Gale Jabarie Glass Patrick Guild Shanna Guin Caleb Hallauer Jill Harney Linsay Harper Carey Beth hayes Mary-Grace Haynes Miranda Haynes Katie Hill De ' Marco Hodges Micah Horton Phillip Howard Laura Hulsey Amanda Johnson Julie Jones Abby Jones Carrie Jussely Rayn Keefe Amanda Kesel Kristen Kuykendall Bao Lam Justin Lance Summer Loftin McCall Manning Ferridy Mansel Lucas Marshall Drew Martin Chasza McCaskill Salley McCullar Tricia McDowell Haley McGee Mary Margaret Miller Nickie Milliet Marianne Maranda Amanda Mitchell Kelly Mixon Jamie Monsour Rebecca Murphy Stephanie Neel Lila lee Rachel Noel David Odom Meredith Padalino Ashley Parker Doug Penner Lauren Persick Greg Phelps Courtney Pierce Brandon Pratt Clark Province Jennifer Riordan Haydn Roberts C. C. Robertson Jessica Roy Landon Rutherford Les Sackett Kim Santmyer Brendan Sartin JoBeth Schuchs April Shumake Shea Sides Melissa Sindelar Meredith Skelton Fundraising Tonya Haynes Spirit of Ambassdors Maggie Turner Points Secretary Brooks Boylan Advisor Suzanne Thigpen Staci Slaton Becca Smith Justin Smith April Stewart Bianca Lyn Thibedeau Ryan Tomlinson Laura Treppendahl Jillian Vanzelfden Michelle Vaughn Will Walker Bethany Warnock Melissa Webster Adrienne Williams Ryan Williams Kenorue Wilson Ashley Wimberly Dana Windham Katie Winsett

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