October 20, 2014
Bailey Iverson and Holton Westbrook were crowned during halftime of the Texas Tech-Kansas football game.
Bailey Iverson of Rowlett and Holton Westbrook of Stephenville were named the 2014 Texas Tech University homecoming king and queen on Saturday (Oct. 18) during halftime of the Texas Tech-Kansas football game. Texas Tech President M. Duane Nellis and his wife Ruthie crowned the winners. Scott Stracener and Jill Berger, 2013 homecoming king and queen, were also present at the festivities.
Iverson represented Delta Gamma and Westbrook represented Pi Kappa Alpha.
The student body voted for the winners Friday. Eighteen men and 16 women originally were announced as candidates Monday at the Homecoming Kickoff. That number narrowed to 10 each for king and queen finalists after a review of the candidates' resumes. Each of the candidates then went through an interview process before the final five king and queen candidates were announced Friday.
In addition to Iverson and Westbrook, the 2014 homecoming court included:
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