McGavinn Brown of Franklin was crowned 2015 Coming Home King on Saturday (Feb. 28) at WKU.
Brown, the son of the late Mark Brown and Kelly Brown, is a History and Political Science major and was sponsored by Chi Omega.
Brown was crowned at halftime of WKU’s men’s basketball game against FIU.
First runner-up was Matthew Lawson of LaGrange, the son of Robin and Linda Lawson. He is an International Affairs major and was sponsored by HonorsToppers.
Second runner-up was Taylor Ruby of Somerset, the son of Eric Ruby and Whitney Gadberry. He is a Biology major and was sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi.
Ten finalists were selected from 23 Coming Home King candidates. Other finalists were:
- Jonny Garcia of Nashville, Tennessee, the son of Eric Garcia and Lucy Rodriguez. He is a Healthcare Administration major and was sponsored by Omega Phi Alpha and Sigma Phi Epsilon.
- Jamie Harvener of Lexington, the son of Ken and Hope Harvener. He is a Business Administration major and was sponsored by Phi Mu.
- Cameron Levis of Louisville, the son of Mark and BJ Levis. He is a Recreation Administration and Sports Management major and was sponsored by Phi Delta Theta and Inclusive Ministries.
- Allan Moreno of Nashville, Tennessee, the son of Elmer Moreno and Maribel Lara. He is a Corporate and Organizational Communications major and was sponsored by Kappa Delta and Sigma Nu.
- Dan Mulert of Lexington, the son of Russell and Carrie Mulert. He is a Chemistry major and was sponsored by Alpha Omicron Pi and Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
- Colin Perschbacher of Denver, Colorado, the son of Scott and Anne Perschbacher. He is an Advertising major and was sponsored by Alpha Xi Delta.
- Jacob Sampson of Rolesville, North Carolina, the son of Richard Sampson and Latrisha Lamar. He is a History major and was sponsored by Sigma Kappa and Alpha Tau Omega.
Contact: Andrew Rash, (270) 745-2484