CU announces Emily Shultz as 2012 Homecoming queen

CU announces Emily Shultz as 2012 Homecoming queen

Oct. 13, 2012
For Immediate Release

Emily Shultz, a senior of Mt. Sterling, Ky., won Homecoming queen at Campbellsville University during half-time of the football game against Lindsey Wilson College. She represented College Republicans. She is a political science and history major, and is captain of the women’s soccer team. She is the daughter of Lisa Shultz of Mt. Sterling, Ky. She was escorted by her coach Thom Jones. (Campbellsville University Photo by Andre Tomaz)

Campbellsville University Homecoming candidates for 2012 were, from left: Sze Ting “Julia” Tan, a senior of Penang, Malaysia, representing the Center for International Education; Hannah Clark, a sophomore of Winchester, Tenn., representing International Justice Mission; Kelly Hill, a junior of Springfield, Ky., representing Education Club; Tiosha Beasley, a senior of Bowling Green, Ky., representing Intramurals; Kaylynn Best, a senior of Harrodsburg, Ky., representing Student Government Association and received first runner-up; Emily Shultz, a senior of Mt. Sterling, Ky., representing College Republicans and received Homecoming queen; Maribeth Milburn, a senior of Lawrenceburg, Ky., representing Baptist Campus Ministries and received second runner-up; and Keisha Chiles, freshman attendant from Louisville, Ky. Not pictured: Sarah Ames, a senior of Elizabethtown, Ky., representing the Honors Program. (Campbellsville University Photo by Christina L. Kern)

Dr. Michael V. Carter, president of Campbellsville University, left, with the 2012 Homecoming Court: Keisha Chiles, freshman attendant of Louisville, Ky.; Emily Shultz, queen, a senior of Mt. Sterling, Ky., representing College Republicans; Kaylynn Best, first runner-up, a senior of Harrodsburg, Ky., representing Student Government Association; and Maribeth Milburn, second runner-up, a senior of Lawrenceburg, Ky., representing Baptist Campus Ministries. (Campbellsville University Photo by Ellie McKinley)