Millie LeJeune crowned WKU's 2023 Homecoming queen
- WKU News
- Saturday, November 11th, 2023
Millie LeJeune of Atlanta, Georgia, was crowned WKU’s 2023 Homecoming queen on Saturday (November 11).
LeJeune, daughter of Kettelye LeJeune, is an Exercise Science major and was sponsored by Black Women of Western and Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity.
First runner-up was Mackenzie Cundiff of Dunnville, Kentucky, daughter of Billy and Julie Cundiff. She is a Biology and Dental Hygiene major and was sponsored by Kappa Delta and Kappa Sigma.
Second runner-up was Delanee McCormick of Erlanger, Kentucky, daughter of Tammy and Bret McCormick. She is an Elementary Education major and was sponsored by Educators Rising Collegiate.
Awards were presented by 2022 Homecoming queen Calleigh Powell and President Timothy C. Caboni at halftime of Saturday’s WKU Football game at Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium.
Contact: Student Activities, (270) 745-2459.
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