B.M.O.C.: Best Manes On Campus
Colleges and universities, we're told, are all about getting an education. But let's be honest - they're also places for admiring women whose hairstyles are blossoming into their prime, and are well-prepared for a long day of studies and activities.
We believe some of the greatest heads of hair can be found on campuses, so this area is dedicated to locating and displaying them. We want your nominations of the "best manes," perhaps at the college in your town or the one you attend. (And trust us from experience: the best styles do not always belong to the cheerleaders.)
IUPUI: STACEY SPESHYOCK.
A graduating senior who ends her years well up the list for softball home runs, and well up the academic list as well. Despite some critics, she made the Indianapolis City League field in 2005 for daring yet well-controlled short hair. [Posted 5/21/6]
RICE: MAUDESS FULTON.
This inviting natural mid-length style is on a natural science major from New Jersey. She's a sophomore who plays basketball, and made the Houston City League field above some famous name newscasters. [Posted 5/21/6]
BOSTON COLLEGE: GIA NAFARRETE.
She traveled cross-country from a California beach town to play tennis -- yet this sophomore's hair has handled the jet lag very well. She won a competitive three-way fight over Julie Regan and Alicia Henry (21-19-7). [Updated 4/16/6]
ST. LOUIS: MAGGIE NORTON.
A senior swimmer from Chicago captivated Hair Fans with her curls. She topped Kara Sell (who topped her in the St. Louis City League tournament) and Lauren Page in a seven-day meet, winning 66% of the votes. And when a voter mentions you as Crown Award material, that's quite a compliment. [Posted 3/14/6]
BLUEFIELD (VA): GABRIELLE COLOMBO.
She won the Miss Southern West Virginia pageant in 2005, and is now Miss Princeton 2006 in the same state. She's a freshman with vocal and ballet talent. But perhaps her biggest claim to fame here is that several people voted for her short style over Crown Award winner Heather Tesch, in a 2005 Super-Hair War. [Posted 2/5/6]
QUINNIPIAC: CAROLYN SCHMOLZ.
What is it about the softball pitchers? We have another one here - a junior who's majoring in journalism. She may have the long hair for a TV news career, because she fared well against local reporters and finished third in our New Haven City League competition. [Posted 1/15/6]
DEPAUL: KELLY CUNNINGHAM.
Hair Fans who want to chase down this long style like a "Blue Demon" will have a problem -- because this junior communication major runs on the cross-country team. She outlasted Dominique Locascio in a poll here 22-13 (63%), gaining praise for thickness and softness. "I knew nothing about it, but thank you!" Kelly wrote us days later. [Updated 1/15/6]
TEXAS: MEGAN WILLIS.
She's a junior who majors in corporate communications and catches on the softball team. A Hair Fan spotted a "change-up" with her -- much darker locks, compared with when she arrived from Wyoming. Maybe that hides the mysterious hair behind her right ear better. [Posted 11/27/5]
STONY BROOK: ELIZABETH MONTREUIL.
This sophomore can run in relays, walk in races (she did both in high school), play lacrosse and major in arts and sciences. Her healthy hair trounced Trine Allenberg 19-6 in a web site poll. [Updated 11/10/5]
BUTLER: MEGHAN HOWARD.
This senior from northern California traveled east to pitch softball and major in integrated communications. But her blonde mane may have impressed people most -- as she won our City League search for the best hair in Indianapolis. [Posted 10/6/5]
VALDOSTA STATE (GA): AMANDA KOZAK.
The junior education major was first runner-up in the 2005 Miss Georgia pageant, and won several preliminary rounds. (Then she won the 2006 title, and finished in the top five at Miss America!) We think one key is her loose long hair -- whether teased at the top here for hold, or with waves or curl down below for weighty beauty. [Posted 9/15/5]
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE: ASHLEY KIRCHBERG.
Entering her senior year, this softball pitcher has an earned run average that's microscopic - and medium-long hair that's macro-thick and tempting. Coming from the humidity-filled city of Houston as she does, styles this good-looking have to take some practice. [Posted 8/28/5]
Prior BMOC seasons: 2004-05 2003-04
If you see a great style on a campus, nominate it by writing us: SuperHair@Gmail.com . Please specify this is a "B.M.O.C." nomination. It will help if you can submit a photo; we prefer .jpg attachments.
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