First runner-up is Britni Danielle Campbell, a freshman communication studies major from Lecompte. She also was People’s Choice Award winner and will receive a $500 scholarship.
Second runner-up is Amy D’Lee Theriot, a junior nursing major from Centerpoint. She also earned Ms. Photogenic, Scholastic Achievement and Top Ad Sales honors.
Erica Anne Shipp, a senior psychology major from Alexandria, captured Ms. Congeniality, and Kayla Ann Ducote, a freshman biology major from Bunkie, took the Director’s Award.
The Ms. LSUA contest is open to all female students regardless of age or marital status. Contestants participated in interviews, platform topic, casual wear and formal wear categories. The outgoing Ms. LSUA is Brandi Katrina Roberts, a junior elementary education major from Lecompte.