USA Student Government Leaders Elected

Posted on April 8, 2024
Joy Washington

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The 2024-2025 USA Student Government Association officers are announced. From left, Student-at-Large Sydnee Cantley, Treasurer Bryce Carver, President Hank Rader, Vice President K.C. Crusoe, Attorney General Brock Renicks. Not pictured, Chief Justice Andrew Parton.

Hank Rader, a junior majoring in accounting, has been elected as president of the University of South Alabama Student Government Association for 2024-25.

Elections were held April 3. Other officers elected are Vice President K.C. Crusoe, Treasurer Bryce Carver, Chief Justice Andrew Parton, Attorney General Brock Renicks and Student-at-Large Sydnee Cantley.  

“I’m very excited to see what we can accomplish during our term,” Rader said. “I hope to be able to build a great relationship with departments on campus like parking and athletics. I’m also very excited to continue the work to improve accessibility on campus.”

2024-25 SGA Leaders:

  • Rader, 20, is a native of Wiggins, Mississippi, and is a graduate of Stone High School. He is active in many organizations on campus including the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, USA Dance Marathon and Student Government Association. He is the son of Joann Rader.
  • Crusoe, 20, is sophomore majoring in political science. He is from Wetumpka, Alabama, and is a graduate of Park Crossing High School. Crusoe is active in organizations including the Collegiate 100, Pre-Law Society, Blue Key Honor Society and Political Science Club. His parents are Kistrall Crusoe and Katrina Atkins.
  • Carver, 20, is a junior majoring in accounting. He is a native of Long Beach, Mississippi, and is a graduate of Long Beach High School. He is the previous comptroller of the 2023-2024 Student Government Association and is the son of Bruce and Denise Carver.
  • Parton, 20, is a sophomore majoring in biology. He is from Helena, Alabama, and is a graduate of Helena High School. He has served the Student Government Association previously as a College of Arts and Sciences senator, Campus Safety and Improvement Committee chairperson and Legal Affairs Committee co-chairperson. He is in USA’s Honors College and is the son of Christopher and Nancy Parton. 
  • Renicks, 20, is majoring in psychology and minoring in Spanish and chemistry. Renicks is a native of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and is a graduate of American Christian Academy. He is the son of Matthew and Melei Renicks.
  • Cantley, 19, is a freshman majoring in nursing. She is from Fairhope, Alabama, and is a graduate of Fairhope High School. She is involved in organizations including First Year Council, Indian Student Association and Chi Omega and is a feature twirler in the Jaguar Marching Band. She is Miss Tuscaloosa 2024 and Miss Gulf Coast 2023. Cantley founded the non-profit Adolescent Wellness Checkups and authored a children’s book, “Bee Healthy.” She is the daughter of Dennis and Betty Gogel. 

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