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ULM announces 2014 Homecoming King and Queen

Published September 22, 2014

To kick-off Homecoming Week at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, a special luncheon was held today to announce the 2014 Homecoming King and Queen.

ULM’s Homecoming week runs through Sept. 27.

Homecoming queen is Adrian LeJeune, a senior toxicology major from Crowley. She is the daughter of Shanna LeJeune. LeJeune serves as the President of the Student Government Association, and is a staff member for the ULM summer orientation program, PREP.

Homecoming king is Michael Roboski, a senior marketing major from Natchez, Miss. He is the son of Cathy and Mike Roboski. Roboski serves as the President of Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, and is a staff member for the ULM summer orientation program, PREP.

From left:Spears, Blanco, Prud'homme, Ford, Roboski,
  LeJeune, Miller, Wyatt, Neal, and Garner 

The entire court is comprised of 10 members. The freshman maids are Savana Spears, an accounting major from West Monroe and Alyssa Garner, a pre-nursing major from Frierson. Sophomore maids are Elaine Blanco, a pre-nursing major from Leesville and Kaitlin Neal, a marketing major from Tioga.

Junior maids are Chelsea Wyatt, a psychology major from Monroe, and Monohn Prud’homme, a social work major from Monroe. Senior maids are Lauren Ford, a professional pharmacy student from Monroe, and Mackenzie Miller, a biology major from Evergreen, Colo.

ULM congratulates LeJeune, Roboski, and all of the students elected to the 2014 Homecoming Court.

For more information and a complete schedule of ULM’s Homecoming Events, visit ulm.edu/homecoming



Photo courtesy, Laura Knotts