LSU Set to Announce 2019 Homecoming Queen and King

2018 Homecoming

Daniel Wolf and Sarah Perkins were named Homecoming King and Queen in 2018 and will join the 2019 court on the field during halftime of the LSU vs. Florida game.


Photo: LSU Division of Strategic Communications

BATON ROUGE – LSU has announced the 2019 Homecoming Court and is set to announce the queen and king on Saturday, Oct. 12. The court is comprised of 14 exceptional students that represent the sophomore, junior, and senior undergraduate classifications plus graduate, law, and veterinary school students, and many of the university’s most dynamic student organizations. 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. The LSU Homecoming Queen and King will be announced at halftime during the LSU vs. Florida football game on Saturday, Oct. 12. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. 

2019 Homecoming Queen candidates: 

Sarah LaBorde
Alexandria, La.
Mass Communication

Catherine McKinney
St. Francisville, La.
Political Science and History

Sarah Procopio
Baton Rouge, La.
Mass Communication 

2019 Homecoming King candidates: 

Sebastian Brumfield Mejía
Baton Rouge, La.
Philosophy, Political Science and Sociology

Hayden Guidry
Lake Arthur, La.
Biological Sciences

Matthew Johnson
Baton Rouge, La.
Psychology and Interdisciplinary Studies 

Remaining Members of the 2019 Homecoming Court:

Evan Doré
Lake Charles, La.
Biochemistry and Psychology

Emily Wood
Bossier City, La.
Political Science

Cora Barhorst
Baton Rouge, La.
History and Studio Art

Patrick Cormier
Crowley, La.

Dominique Cravins
Washington, D.C.

Colt Hardee
Kaplan, La.
Agricultural Business

Ragan Benton
Graduate Student
Madisonville, La.
Master’s in Kinesiology

Jordan Landry
Graduate Student
Kaplan, La.
Ph.D. in Political Science 

All currently enrolled LSU students are eligible to vote for the 2019 Homecoming King and Queen on TigerLink accounts using their LSU student credentials. Voting began Sept. 30 at 5 p.m. and continues through 11:59 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10.

In 1933, LSU selected its first Homecoming queen. Marguerite Bass was chosen by the student body president and reigned with a princess and seven maids. In 1992, LSU began selecting a Homecoming King to reign with the queen. In 2015, LSU elected its first international royalty, King Michael Panther Mayen, from South Sudan, Africa, who returned in 2019 to share his experiences with the 2019 Court. This year’s Court will be also joined by 2018 Queen Sarah Perkins and King Daniel Wolf.

LSU Homecoming Week is presented by LSU Campus Life, a unit within the Office of the Dean of Students and the Division of Student Affairs, and the LSU Center for Academic Success.

LSU Homecoming 2019 was made possible thanks to generous support from Campus Federal Credit Union, LSU Ring, LSU Student Government, and Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers. Additional contributions were provided by LSU organizations and departments: Homecoming Student Committee, LSU Alumni Association, LSU Residential Life, LSU University Recreation, Residence Hall Association and Student Activities Board

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