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It was a great weekend welcoming Bears back home. Take a look at some highlights from Homecoming Weekend 2018. #WeAreLR pic.twitter.com/4Qi6elsEib— Lenoir-Rhyne Univ. (@lenoirrhyne) October 15, 2018
It was a great weekend welcoming Bears back home. Take a look at some highlights from Homecoming Weekend 2018. #WeAreLR pic.twitter.com/4Qi6elsEib
The LR Bears football team takes the field in front of a packed Moretz Stadium prior to their 64-14 win over Limestone College.
The LR Bears cheerleading squad performs a routine during a time out.
A group of young LR fans, donned in matching Bears Club T-shirts, gather along Stasavich Place to watch the Homecoming parade.
The LR Alumni Board float makes its way down Stasavich Place during the Homecoming parade.
University President Dr. Fred Whitt and his wife Donna greet LR fans as they make their way to Moretz Stadium to watch the Bears take on Limestone College.
The Rev. Andrew Weisner, University pastor and dean of campus ministry, greets a child and her mother during the Homecoming parade.
Lenoir-Rhyne students gather for a photo during tailgating festivities prior to the Homecoming football game.
This year, Joe Bear came out of his hibernation with a fresh look. Follow the timeline to learn his history and how he has impacted LR.
They no longer sport red and black on game day, but these Lenoir-Rhyne alumni are Bears through and through. These LR graduates are molding the lives of student-athletes around the country, across all levels of play, as coaches.
Three torn ACLs. Two-sport athlete. But there’s only one Jackie Denny, senior marketing major.
Jean Beaver and Charles Cooke are dedicated members of the LR community. Their service totals a combined 100 years.