COVID-19: St. Pat’s Court arrival planned March 11 (canceled)

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2020 St. Pat's Court

Missouri S&T Chancellor Mo Dehghani and the St. Pat’s Court outside the Chancellor’s Residence on campus. Back row from left: Dyhouse, Bauerschmidt, Lafser. Second row down, from left: Rakers, Dehghani, Badamo, Davis. Third down, from left: Koncki, Senanayake, Robbins. Front row seated: McTigue. Photo by Tom Wagner, Missouri S&T.

Due to public health concerns related to the coronavirus (COVID-19), all university-sponsored St. Pat’s events, including this event, are officially cancelled. For updates regarding Missouri S&T and COVID-19, please visit

St. Pat and his court will officially arrive in downtown Rolla at 11:45 a.m. Wednesday, March 11, following a procession down Pine Street. The court will preside over follies at the pavilion on 9th and Oak streets near the railroad tracks. Donny Badamo, a senior in engineering management from Des Peres, Missouri, will serve as St. Pat. His court includes:

  • Master guards: Ryan Davis, a junior in computer science from Country Club, Missouri, and Chris Rakers, a junior in metallurgical engineering from St. Louis.
  • Guards: Brent Bauerschmidt, a senior in petroleum engineering from Clifton Park, New York, Ben Dyhouse, a senior in civil and architectural engineering from Olathe, Kansas, and Brian Lafser, a senior in history from St. Peters, Missouri.
  • Herald: Andrew Robbins, a junior in undergraduate studies from Houston.
  • Pages: Adam Koncki, a junior in chemical engineering from Lake St. Louis, Missouri, and Devinda Senanayake, a senior in computer science from Kohuwala, Sri Lanka.
  • Trumpeter: Adam McTigue, a junior in undergraduate studies from St. Louis.

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