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Relive the best moments from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s 2019 Homecoming celebrations.

From the inaugural Ragin’ Rock ‘n’ Bowl to the traditional Yell Like Hell pep rally, Homecoming Week 2019 was packed. Alumni and students had their Ragin’ Cajun pride on full display on campus, at Cajun Field, and across Lafayette.

Special thanks to University Program Council and Home Bank for sponsoring Homecoming 2019.

Geaux Cajuns!

Take a look at the best photos from the week’s events.

Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns vs. Texas State Tailgating & Game

Homecoming Parade

Yell Like Hell

Paint the Town Red - Businesses

Paint the Town Red - Schools

Wear Red, Get Fed

Block Party

Looking for more photos and videos? Visit the University of Louisiana at Lafayette on Facebook.

Stories from Homecoming 2019

Meet the Homecoming Court. Queen April Pruitt and King Jonathan Alexander led this year’s 10-member court.

Former Ragin’ Cajuns inducted into Athletics Hall of Fame. This year’s class includes a father-daughter duo among its eight former student-athletes and two past coaches.

Three graduates named Outstanding Alumni. The Alumni Association honored a renowned body language expert, the head of a Louisiana state agency and an accomplished educator.

See the winners from the ‘Paint the Town Red’ Homecoming contest. Schools and businesses were awarded for best decorations, costumes and creative skits.

Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns are bowl eligible after Homecoming game win. The Ragin’ Cajuns dominated Texas State in a 31-3 victory at Cajun Field.