Drumroll Please…See Who’s Moving On To The Finals In Miss COED 2017!

The outcome of the Miss COED 2017 semifinals truly came down to the wire. Each of the 42 contestants were determined to score a coveted spot in the final 14, so they pulled out all the stops. The students got their family, friends, sorority sisters, neighbors, readers, etc. to vote for them, and for some, it paid off.

Over the past two weeks, you’ve cast your votes, shared your favorites, and posted your support on social media. With your help, the top contender in each conference is moving on, and we’re excited to be one step closer to finding Miss COED 2017.

HUGE shoutout and thank you to all the semifinalists who have participated. You’re all awesome, and we were happy to have you! Don’t forget to check back in April and re-apply to show us what you’ve got.

In the meantime, all 14 finalists will be moving on to the finals beginning February 22nd, so if your favorite lost out in the semifinals, make sure it doesn’t happen again. Congrats again, ladies!


Maggie Arceneaux – Tulane University 


Lexy Milliken – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 

Big 10

Marissa Rockenbach – University of Minnesota

Big 12

Abbie Edwards – West Virginia University


Alison Mong – Old Dominion University


Carly Tennes – New York University 


Victoria Niles – Western Michigan University 


Olivia Penna – Colorado State University 


Ashley Williams – Creighton University 

PAC 12

Fallon Williams – University of Southern California 


Brittany Love – University of Kentucky


Abigail Rubemeyer – George Mason University


Cloie Luo – University of Louisiana at Lafayette


Kristiana Eredia – Grand Canyon University

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