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Golden Girls 2022-23 Dance Team Selected

Sixteen students will represent Arkansas Tech University on its 2022-23 Golden Girls Dance Team.

The ATU Golden Girls hold home football, volleyball and basketball games. They also appear at a variety of additional community functions and campus events.

Members of the 2022-23 ATU Golden Girls Dance Team, pictured left to right, are: (seated) Lynsey Mangum of Bauxite, Rachel Harrington of Youngsville, La., Hannah Pate of Bauxite; (kneeling) Grace Rhodes of White Hall, Belle Brown of Van Buren, Alex Wyllia of Bauxite, Cambri Hutchinson of Alma, Hunter Norris of Conway; (standing) Briley Evans of Bauxite, Loralye Johnson of Fort Smith, Miranda Bentz of Bauxite, Aubree Lankford of Harrison, Shelby Oswalt of Harrison, Kaleigh Casey of McKinney, Texas and Molly Smith of Mountainburg. Not pictured: Meredith Boogaart of Fayetteville.

Jasmine Bruce of Texarkana, Texas is in her second year as a graduate assistant for spirit teams at ATU.

Learn more about the ATU Dance Team at


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