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UCM Announces Homecoming 2014 Competition Results

Contact: Mike Greife
WARRENSBURG, MO (Oct. 20, 2014) – The University of Central Missouri’s 2014 Homecoming King and Queen were crowned during the Saturday, Oct. 18 celebration, “Where All the Pieces Fit.”

Caitlin Stauffer, a senior graphic design major from Jefferson City sponsored by Alpha Sigma Alpha, and Michael Wortmann, a junior nursing major from Foristell sponsored by Lambda Chi Alpha, were crowned Homecoming King and Queen during the Homecoming football game at Audrey J. Walton Stadium.

2014 Homecoming King and Queen

Caitlin Stauffer and Michael Wortmann,
2014 Homecoming King and Queen

UCM students who participated in the annual Homecoming Day of Service, one of UCM’s Homecoming traditions, provided 1,332 hours of community service for 35 area agencies. Donors provided 540 units of blood during the Homecoming blood drive and registered 70 bone marrow donors, and more than 8,000 pounds of food were collected and donated to the Warrensburg Food Center during the Donation Creation competition.

UCM also announced the results of the Homecoming competitions. Taking first place in the campus floats category in the Homecoming parade was the Delta Chi/Alpha Omicron Pi entry, with Lambda Chi Alpha/Sigma Sigma receiving second, Phi Sigma Phi/Alpha Tau Omega, third; and Sigma Phi Epsilon/Alpha Gamma Delta, fourth . In the community float category, the Warrensburg Animal Shelter took first place; Center Stage Dance Academy claimed second place; and Johnson County Christian Academy received third.

First place in the competitive spirit window competition went to the Delta Chi/Alpha Omicron Pi; second went to Lambda Chi Alpha/Sigma Sigma Sigma; third to Alpha Phi/Nu Society; and fourth to Alpha Sigma Alpha/Sigma Tau Gamma. In the non-competitive category, first place went to THRIVE; second to USHA; and third to Sisters of Ujima.

Lambda Chi Alpha/Sigma Sigma Sigma claimed first placed in the Donation Creation competition. Sigma Tau Gamma/Alpha Sigma Alpha received second; Delta Zeta/Alpha Kappa Lambda, third; and the Aviation Student Organization, fourth.

Alpha Gamma Delta/Sigma Phi Epsilon placed first in the competitive division of the bowling tournament, with Lambda Chi Alpha/Sigma Sigma Sigma receiving second and the Aviation Student Organization, third, and Alpha Tau Omega/Phi Sigma Pi, fourth. In the non-competitive bowling competition, Central AiKiDo took first; CSPA took second, Catholic Charities, third; and the International Student Organization, fourth.

Lambda Chi Alpha/Sigma Sigma Sigma took first place in the Blood Drive competition, with Alpha Kappa Lambda/Delta Zeta placing second and Alpha Sigma Alpha/Sigma Tau Gamma, third.

In the marching band competition, Warrensburg Middle School placed first in the Middle School category.

In the 1A category, Meadville High School placed first; Northwest High School, second; and Calhoun High School, third.

In the 2A category, Windsor High School placed first; Crest Ridge High School, second; and Orrick High School, third.

In the 3A category, Clinton High School placed first; Knob Noster High School, second; and Higginsville High School, third.

In 4A competition, Warrensburg High School placed claimed first place.