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 realize head-turning Super-Hair can be found on campus, so this area honors those styles. Offer your discoveries (find out how below) in this 20th season of B.M.O.C.!
NORTH FLORIDA: MIA MCLAIN.
This junior is a psychology major, so she probably can outwit the Hair Fan who recommended her medium-long locks. She's also a cross-country runner, in case she needs to outrace that Hair Fan as well. [Posted 12.3.22]
ARIZONA: JASMINE PEREZCHICA.
She's a junior business major. But she's so much more - a star outfielder on the softball team, the daughter of an Arizona Diamondbacks coach, a Crown Award nominee, the Tucson City League champion AND winner of the 2022 City League Challenger, defeating once-world #1 Maddy Baxter. Her long waves clearly have Hair Fans watching closely. [Posted 11.19.22]
NOTRE DAME (OH): ZITA CHOU LARA.
This junior from Mexico "plans to major in strategic communications and public relations," her online biography says. She transferred north from Palm Beach Atlantic in Florida, apparently to play soccer - but her long thick waves found victory here, winning the final round of a four-way battle by messing the mane of Madison Marino 5-3. [Final 11.12.22]
Third-fourth place; McKenzie Anderson, Blaire Barr.
CAL-STATE BAKERSFIELD: SAMANTHA MARTINEZ.
It was an all-Martinez matchup, between two "Roadrunner" softball players who tied for third in a summer City League tournament. A redshirt senior on the softball team who's doing graduate work in educational counseling defeated Kirsten (not related) 5-4. [Final 10.12.22]
TULANE: REESE RAGLAND.
A first-year cross-country runner won state titles on the track in Louisville as she left high school. A Hair Fan probably likes her long hair loose, instead of the tied-down looks she uses in races. [Posted 9.24.22]
ALABAMA: MONTANA FOUTS.
She's from Kentucky. We're not sure why she isn't in Montana. But she's a nationally-known name in Tuscaloosa, thanks to a perfect game she pitched during the 2021 College World Series. Near-perfect blonde hair made this graduate psychology student a Crown Awards nominee early in 2022. [Posted 9.10.22]
FLORIDA: BAYLEE GODDARD.
A Hair Fan suggeested this junior advertisding major, who gets hit by pitches a lot while playing on the softball team. But her big head of impressive curls undoubtedly can absorb anything above the strike zone. [Posted 8.30.22]
SYRACUSE: MADDY BAXTER.
We might as well get this out of the way right now. When this junior lacrosse star who majors in arts and sciences is voted #1 hairstyle in the world in a Cutting-Edge Hair News poll, she gets a second year here. The burden of a challenge at her campus is on every other student. [Posted 8.20.22]
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