Miss Teen USA 2011
DateJuly 16, 2011
Presenters
EntertainmentKia Hampton
VenueGrand Ballroom, Atlantis Paradise Island, Nassau, The Bahamas
BroadcasterUstream
Entrants51
Placements15
WinnerDanielle Doty
 Texas
CongenialitySavannah Schechter
 New Jersey
PhotogenicCourtney Coleman
 Hawaii
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Miss Teen USA 2011 was the 29th Miss Teen USA pageant. It was held at the Grand Ballroom, Atlantis Paradise Island, Nassau, The Bahamas on July 16, 2011. Miss Teen USA 2010, Kamie Crawford, crowned her successor, Danielle Doty of Texas, as Miss Teen USA 2011 at the end of this event. The 50 states and the District of Columbia competed for the prestigious title. For the first time, viewers were allowed to vote for their favorite opening dress and swimsuit designed by the official sponsors, Sherri Hill and Kooey Australia. People's Choice along with Miss Universe Organization created an online poll for selecting Miss Teen USA Photogenic, won by Courtney Coleman of Hawaii. Savannah Schechter of New Jersey, won the Miss Congeniality award at the pageant.

For the first time ever, both the preliminary competition and the final show were webcast live via UStream and NewTek on www.missteenusa.com and seventeen.com. The preliminary competition took place of July 15th and was hosted by Chet Buchanan and Kamie Crawford. The final show was hosted by Chet Buchanan and Allie LaForce, Miss Teen USA 2005. Kia Hampton, Miss Kentucky USA 2011, provided entertainment by singing at the show.

Results

Placements

Final Results Contestant
Miss Teen USA 2011
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
3rd Runner-Up
4th Runner-Up
Top 15

Special Awards

Delegates

State Name Hometown Age Placement Awards Notes
Alabama Alabama Barron Rae Williams Dadeville 16
Alaska Alaska Denali Whiting[1] Kotzebue 19
Arizona Arizona Molly Argue Paradise Valley 18
Arkansas Arkansas Mary-Kate Hartley Hamburg 17
California California Alexis Swanstrom San Diego 17 2nd runner-up Later 3rd runner-up at Miss California USA 2014
Colorado Colorado Caley-Rae Pavillard Castle Rock 17 Top 15
Connecticut Connecticut Samantha Sojka North Granby 19
  • Later 4th runner-up at Miss Connecticut USA 2015
  • Later 1st runner-up at Miss Connecticut USA 2016
  • Later 1st runner-up at Miss Connecticut USA 2018
Delaware Delaware Amanda Debus Middletown 18
Washington, D.C. District of Columbia Imani Bentham Washington 19
Florida Florida Mikyle Crockett[2] Jacksonville 18
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Kristen Robinson Stone Mountain 17 Top 15
  • Later top 15 semifinalist at Miss Georgia USA 2014
  • Later 4th runner-up at Miss Georgia USA 2016
Hawaii Hawaii Courtney Coleman Moanalua 17 Miss Photogenic
Idaho Idaho Claira Hollingsworth[3] Preston 18 Later Miss Idaho USA 2015
Illinois Illinois Paige Higgerson Cutler 19
Indiana Indiana Jessica Buch Bedford 16 Top 15
Iowa Iowa Richelle Orr[3] Hampton 19 Later Miss Iowa USA 2013
Kansas Kansas Taylor Clark Topeka 17 3rd runner-up Previously National American Miss Preteen 2006
Kentucky Kentucky Stephanie Jones Elizabethtown 18
Louisiana Louisiana Elizabeth Heinen Eunice 16
Maine Maine Alexis McIlwain Saco 15 Top 15
Maryland Maryland Kirsten Nicholson Sykesville 18 Top 15 Later 1st runner-up at Miss Maryland USA 2016
Massachusetts Massachusetts Kay Tetreault South Hadley 18
Michigan Michigan Taylor Sherman[4] Dearborn Heights 17
Minnesota Minnesota Hannah Corbett Excelsior 17 Top 15
  • Later 3rd runner-up at Miss Minnesota USA 2015
  • Later 3rd runner-up at Miss Minnesota USA 2016
  • Later 3rd runner-up at Miss Minnesota USA 2017
Mississippi Mississippi Sarah Bobo Corinth 19
Missouri Missouri Sydnee Stottlemyre Wildwood 17 4th runner-up
Montana Montana Sibahn Doxey[3] Frenchtown 18 Later Miss Montana USA 2016
Nebraska Nebraska Madison Novak[3] Lincoln 17
  • Later 3rd runner-up at Miss Nebraska USA 2015
  • Later 3rd runner-up at Miss Nebraska USA 2016
  • Later 2nd runner-up at Miss Nebraska USA 2017
Nevada Nevada Ashley Brown Las Vegas 17
New Hampshire New Hampshire Annie Read[5] Sandwich 17
New Jersey New Jersey Savannah Schechter[6] Far Hills 17 Top 15 Miss Congeniality
New Mexico New Mexico Alexa Castle[3] Albuquerque 18
New York (state) New York Lisa Drouillard New York City 19 Later Miss Universe Haiti 2015
North Carolina North Carolina Vanessa McClelland Fayetteville 19
North Dakota North Dakota Audra Mari Fargo 17 1st runner-up
Ohio Ohio Morgan Smigel[3] Avon 16
Oklahoma Oklahoma Alma Sandoval Oklahoma City 18 Later 2x top 15 semifinalist at Miss Oklahoma USA
Oregon Oregon Kayla Roush[3] Scio 18
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Madison Longstreth Spring Grove 16 Top 15
  • Originally first runner-up but assumed the title after winner Deana Chuzhinina resigned for certain reasons
  • Later 3rd runner-up at Miss Pennsylvania USA 2017
  • Later 1st runner-up at Miss Pennsylvania USA 2018
Rhode Island Rhode Island Lindsey Bucci Scituate 18
South Carolina South Carolina Keyla Childs Summerville 17 Top 15
South Dakota South Dakota Lexy Schenk Irene 17 Later Miss South Dakota USA 2015
Tennessee Tennessee Kaitlin White Nashville 18 Later top 15 semifinalist at Miss Tennessee USA 2021
Texas Texas Danielle Doty Harlingen 18 Miss Teen USA 2011 Later top 18 semifinalist at Miss Texas USA 2018
Utah Utah Maquel Knight[3] Salt Lake City 17
Vermont Vermont Bridget Martin Stowe 15
Virginia Virginia Susie Evans Poquoson 17
Washington (state) Washington Cheyenne Van Tine Kennewick 17
West Virginia West Virginia Susan King[3] Fairmont 16 Top 15
Wisconsin Wisconsin Victoria Sorone Johnston[7] Eau Claire 19
  • Later 4th runner-up at Miss Wisconsin USA 2013
  • Later 1st runner-up at Miss Wisconsin USA 2014
  • Later 4th runner-up at Miss Wisconsin USA 2015
Wyoming Wyoming Ashley Golden Gillette 17 Previously Miss Wyoming's Outstanding Teen 2007

Replacements

Judges

Entertainment

References

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