Ohio State Marion’s 2014 Homecoming Court joined their regional campus counterparts on Friday, October 17, 2 p.m. at the Longaberger Alumni House to crown this year’s Marion Campus Homecoming King & Queen. Tayler Willey was named this year’s court king and Ashley Neal as this year’s court queen. Neal is a junior from Marion, Ohio, majoring in psychology, and minoring in classics. Willey is a senior from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, majoring in middle childhood education. Members of the 2014 Homecoming Court representing Ohio State Marion in the annual tradition of Homecoming included: Lillian Longstreth, Ashley Neal, Ellen Perry, Kris Kasotis, Nathaniel McPherson, and Tayler Willey. The entire court then took part in festivities on Columbus campus on Friday evening; including the parade and pep rally, as well as festivities leading up to Saturday’s game between Ohio State and Rutgers. Congratulations to Neal, Willey, and the entire court for serving as representatives. The exemplary academic standing and character of these students is testament to the campus and the entire university.