Homecoming Court 2020
The purpose of Homecoming Court is to select and present representatives of the LSU student body who have positively contributed to the LSU community through leadership, service and spirit. The selected Court members will serve as ambassadors for other LSU students by promoting Tiger Pride throughout the Homecoming Week events, and are determined by a student body vote.
Congratulations to the 2020 LSU Homecoming Court
LSU announced the 2020 Homecoming Queen and King at halftime on Saturday, October 24 during the game with South Carolina. The full court and senior royalty candidates were induced on the big screens in the stadium in lieu of the traditional walk across the stadium field. Anna Jones, a Mass Communications senior from Slidell, La was announced Homecoming Queen, and Justin Lorio, a Mass Communications senior from Kenner, La was announced Homecoming King.
The court is comprised of 14 exceptional students that represent the sophomore, junior, and senior undergraduate classifications plus graduate, law, and veterinary school students. Only the six senior court members are eligible for king or queen honors.
The Homecoming Court is an annual tradition that recognizes exemplary members of the LSU student body. The Homecoming Court is chosen in a multi-stage selection process that includes an application review round, a round of interviews with judges, and a vote by the LSU student body for king and queen.
2020 Senior Court:
Lake Charles, LA
Coastal Environmental Science and Political Science
Baton Rouge, LA
Remaining Members of the 2020 Homecoming Court:
Lake Charles, LA
Mass Communication and English
William Gaspard, Jr.
Agricultural & Extension Education
Political Science and Sociology
Denham Springs, LA
Yazoo City, MS
Higher Education & Student Affairs
Photo above: 2020 Homecoming Queen, Anna Jones and King, Justin Lorio