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Miss Arizona

The Miss Arizona competition is the pageant that selects the representative for the state of Arizona in the Miss America pageant. Arizona has twice won the Miss America title. The first Miss Arizona, Anna Marie Barnett, was crowned in 1938. In 2016, the 78th Miss Arizona was crowned. A nonprofit 501c3 organization, the Miss Arizona Organization, has been under the leadership of Executive Director Stacey Kole since 2013.

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Results summary

The year in brackets indicates the year of the Miss America competition the award/placement was garnered.

Placements

  • Miss Americas: Jacque Mercer (1949), Vonda Kay Van Dyke (1965)
  • 1st runners-up: N/A
  • 2nd runners-up: N/A
  • 3rd runners-up: Barbara Hilgenberg (1957), Stacey Momeyer (1998), Jennifer Sedler (2012)
  • 4th runners-up: Patricia Allebrand (1960), Susan Bergstrom (1964), Stacey Peterson (1976)
  • Top 10 finalists: Anna Marie Barnett (1938), Wanda Law (1947), Beth Andre (1956), Lynn Freyse (1958), Pam Wenzel (1980), Debra Daniels (1983), Kathryn Bulkley (2011)
  • Semi-finalists: Laura Lawless (2003)
  • Preliminary Awards

  • Preliminary Swimsuit: Jacque Mercer (1949), Lynn Freyse (1958)
  • Preliminary Talent: Jacque Mercer (1949), Pam Wenzel (1980)
  • Non-finalist Awards

  • Non-finalist Talent: Paula Lou Welch (1963), Sarah Tattersall (1982), Lisa Mandel (1989), Tammy Kettunen (1990), Kimberly Hoskins (1991), Stacy Agren (1995), Erin Gingrich (1997), Erin Nurss (2009)
  • Quality of Life Award

  • Winners: Amanda Murray (1994), Stacy Agren (1995)
  • 1st runners-up: Hilary Griffith (2007)
  • Finalists: Audrey Sibley (2006)
  • Other

  • Special Scholarship: Donna Riggs (1959)
  • Miss Congeniality: Vonda Kay Van Dyke (1965)
  • Special Talent: Linda Gail Sirrine (1973)
  • References

    Miss Arizona Wikipedia


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