TROY, Ala. (WDHN) — The student body at Troy University has spoken and they have crowned their 2023 Homecoming King and Queen.

Myles Camel, a senior broadcast journalism major from Dothan was crowned Homecoming King. Camel was escorted by his mother Rhonda Camel, and was sponsored by Phi Mu Sorority.

“I’m thankful. Blessed. Overcome with emotion. I never thought I would be here, so having this opportunity to represent my friends and family and my Troy University family means the world to me.”

Myles Camel, 2023 Troy Homecoming King

Jane Vickers, a senior broadcast journalism major from Tallahassee, was crowned Homecoming Queen. Vickers was escorted by her father Vic Vickers and was sponsored by Chi-O Sorority.

This entire week campaigning has been so much fun, and there’s so many amazing women on this court. I had the attitude of ‘Whatever happens, happens,’ so I was so surprised and so happy to have been selected.

Jane Vickers, 2023 Troy Homecoming Queen

Troy University Chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Governor Kay Ivey, Student Government Association President Theo Thoenes, and 2022 Homecoming Queen and King Mauree Alice Porter and Tairrque Baker crowned Vickers and presented Camel with a TROY sword at halftime of the Trojans’ football game against Arkansas State on Saturday.