MAILED: Oct. 24, 2000
Dan Bergen, New Berlin, and Jules Hattara, Long Lake, Minn., were selected as the 2000 Homecoming king and queen at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
Bergen is a junior journalism major who represented Sutherland Hall. He is the son of Tom and Jill Bergen.
Hattara is a freshman nursing major who represented Oak Ridge Hall. She is the daughter of Jeff and Bethe Hattara.
Members of the 2000 Homecoming court were the following:
Apple Valley, Minn.: Karen Kosloski is a junior elementary education major who represented Phi Sigma Phi and Sigma Sigma Sigma. She is the daughter of Robert and Roberta Kosloski.
Burnsville, Minn.: Thomas Gravatt is a sophomore elementary education major who represented Towers Hall. He is the son of Earl and Judy Gravatt.
Byron, Minn.: Joe Moriarty is a senior accounting major who represented Student Accounting Society. He is the son of Mike and Anne Moriarty.
Green Bay: Anne Marie Weisensel is a senior music major who represented Women's Concert Chorale. She is the daughter of Dennis and Darlene Weisensel.
Hutchinson, Minn.: Megan Carls is a junior social work major who represented Campus Ambassadors. She is the daughter of Mike and Peg Carls.
Luck: Todd Plomski is a senior marketing major who represented American Marketing Association. He is the son of Marcy Plomski and Bruce and Shirley Plomski.
Mankato, Minn.: Eric Gardner is a senior nursing and psychology double major who represented The Singing Statesmen. He is the son of Shirley Gardner.
Marinette: Bridget Hayes is a sophomore social work major who represented Bridgman Hall. She is the daughter of George and Mary Hayes.
Minnetonka, Minn.: Elicasith You is a senior elementary education major who represented Asian American Student Organization. He is the son of Sam and Sokhary You.
Oostburg: Scott Nelson is a senior geography major who represented National Residence Hall Honorary. He is the son of Rhode and Christine Nelson.
St. Paul, Minn.: Nick Wilkie is a junior communication and business administration double major who represented Katharine Thomas Hall. He is the son of Dave and Carol Wilkie.
Sheboygan: Julie Leicht is a sophomore elementary education and kinesiology double major who represented Governors Hall. She is the daughter of Rick and Renee Leicht.
Stillwater, Minn.: Adam Larson is a senior elementary education and kinesiology double major who represented Student Impact. He is the son of Jon and Marsha Larson.
Wausau: Monica Allen is a senior music major who represented PFM-People for Monica. She is the daughter of Dewey Allen and Kathleen Allen.
Wauwatosa: Jennifer Wahlen is a sophomore communication major who represented Alpha Xi Delta. She is the daughter of Kurt Sr. and Barbara Wahlen.
Winona, Minn.: Lars Nelson is a senior political science major who represented Usher Corps. He is the son of Bruce and Colleen Nelson.
Janice B. Wisner
UW-Eau Claire News Bureau
Updated: Oct. 24, 2000