Kendyl Perryman, a freshman nursing major, also from Shelbyville, also represented Shelbyville in the pageant.
First runner-up was Teri-Beth Thompson, a senior biology major from Waynesboro. She is a member of the RedHawk women's golf team, the Omicron Delta Kappa honor society and is serving her second term as president of the Student Government Association.
Second runner-up was Erica Rochelle Hanserd, a sophomore biology major from Pulaski. She is a member of the RedHawk Reporter newspaper and the RedHawk Jazz Ambassadors.
Third runner-up was Genevieve Frances Allen, a junior music and biology major from Bunker Hill. She is a member of the Thomas Martin Society and Phi Theta Kappa honor society.
Fourth runner-up was Kassidy McCorkle, a freshman sport management major from Tuscumbia, Ala., and a member of the RedHawk women's golf team.
Selected as Ms. Congenialty was Christin Elizabeth Martin, a sophomore behavioral sciences/human services major from Savannah. She is a member of Student Government Association, Student Activity Council, the MMC Concert Choir, the Praise and Worship Band, and the Student Christian Association.