CU Tigers defeat Georgetown 28-24; Katlin Weeks is Homecoming queen

CU Tigers defeat Georgetown 28-24; Katlin Weeks is Homecoming queen

Oct. 11, 2014
For Immediate Release

Kaitlin Weeks receives a hug from last year's Homecoming Queen Mary Kate Young as she is crowned this year's
Queen. At left is Tiffani Ellington, first runner-up. (Campbellsville University Photo by Joan C. McKinney)

 By Joan C. McKinney, news and publications coordinator

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. -- Rain didn't stop Campbellsville University's 2014 Homecoming "Let the Good Times ROAR" as the Campbellsville University Tigers defeated the Georgetown College Tigers 28 to 24 on Citizens Bank Field at Finley Stadium. The Georgetown Tigers were undefeated coming into the game.

Katlin Weeks was crowned the Homecoming Queen, and many alumni returned home to see friends and former professors at their alma mater.

Weeks, a senior from Louisville, represented the Baptist Campus Ministry. She is a double major in Christian missions and political science.

First runner-up was Tiffani Ellington, who represented the Office of Admissions. She is a junior with a major in nursing. She's from Mayfield, Ky.

Second runner-up was Veronica Clark representing SWITCH (Social Workers in Touch Can Help), the Social Work Club. Se is a junior majoring in social work and is from Louisville.

The freshman attendant was Sarah Stults, a freshman from Hodgenville.

Randy Herron, a 1962 alumnus from Campbellsville, was given the Distinguished Alumni Award as was Reid Brown, a 1953 graduate from Marietta, Ga. Brown's wife, Annette, was presented an Honorary Alumna Award.

The International Studies Abroad won the float competition with Baptist Campus Ministry second and Social Workers in Touch Can Help.

Pictures from Homecoming will be placed on the website and Flickr.

Campbellsville University's Tigers come on Citizens Bank Field for Homecoming 2014's game against Georgetown College's Tigers. The Campbellsville Tigers defeated the Georgetown Tigers 28 to 24. (Campbellsville University Photo by Kyle Perkins)

About 70 cars of all makes and models were shown at the 22nd annual Homecoming Car Cruise Saturday, Oct. 11. (Campbellsville University Photo by Mikayla Smith)

Gloria Berry, left, '94 graduate, and her daughter, Skye, dance to the music of the Exie Boys, who performed in front of Books n Beans during Homecoming. (Campbellsville University Photo by Drew Tucker)


Katelyn Roby paints a Tiger on Jaden Elmore's face at Homecoming 2014. She was working the art club booth. Jaden is the grandson of Teresa Elmore, director of career services at CU. (Campbellsville University Photo by Kyle Perkins)