Long named Baylor University Homecoming Princess | Paola
WACO, Texas – Moorea Long has been named Princess of Baylor University for the 2021 Homecoming.
Long was chosen the athletic representative of Baylor University. She is a senior high jumper on the Baylor Bears track and field team.
The queen, king and princess of the court were crowned on Thursday, October 14. Baylor performed at Brigham Young University on the reunion weekend.
“Representing the whole of Baylor University and Baylor athletics sounds like a dream,” said Long. “I am so grateful for this opportunity.”
Long, a graduate of Paola High School, specializes in public relations.
She won All-Big 12 honors for Baylor in the high jump of her junior season.
She is also the US National Figure Skating Champion and Hall of Fame Member.
After seeing her mother, Becky, fight cancer in 2010, Moorea wanted to do something to help others fight cancer.
She began delivering craft-o-grams to the oncology unit at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri.
Long designs and delivers original craft kits for children to provide comfort and entertainment while undergoing painful treatments and spending long hours in the hospital. His craft-o-gram project is approaching its 10th anniversary. She has delivered personalized craft-o-gram kits to over 7,000 pediatric cancer patients.
Long was a reading mentor and physical education assistant for Baylor Built at a local elementary school.
She is entering her third year as Head of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Baylor University. She was responsible for the study of the Bible for the Baylor women’s track team.
Moorea is the daughter of Curtis and Becky Long of Paola.