Student Government Association President Chloe Anagnos has been crowned with another title: Miss Ball State.

Twelve female students competed for the title Saturday night in Pruis Hall in the Miss Ball State Pageant.

Anagnos will receive $1,500 in a scholarship as well as a chance to compete in the Miss Indiana competition in June.

Major: Journalism and telecommunications
Talent: Playing the piano
Platform motto: “Live to serve”
Favorite restaurant: Chipotle
First pageant competition: Age 14

Judges based their decision on four different parts of the pageant: talent competition, swimsuit competition, evening wear competition and interview.

Anagnos also won the Cardinal Spirit award, as well as the preliminary talent award.

This wasn’t her first time competing. Anagnos has participated three times, earning runner up twice.

“I will have a smile on my face for a very long time,” Anagnos said.

The Ball State University Foundation sponsored the event, which is a Miss American Preliminary Scholarship Program. Megan Thwaites, Miss Ball State 2013, attended to hand down the title.