Lazare is a representative on the Student-Athlete Advisory Council. The forward from Baton Rouge, who just completed his sophomore season, averaged two points and 1.2 rebounds with six total blocks while playing in 25 games. Against New Orleans early in the season, he led the Tigers with seven rebounds.
Almost 325 student-athletes were selected from over 1150 nominations from almost 300 institutions. Participants were chosen from a pool of representatives on the SAACs from Division I, Division II and Division II institutions.
The NCAA Leadership Conference provides NCAA student-athletes with a forum to openly discuss issues that may affect them on their campuses and in their communities, while also providing them with the opportunity to enhance their leadership, communication, decision-making and problem-solving skills. The leadership conference also promotes better communication among student-athletes, coaches, administrators, faculty and communities. The five-day leadership conference consists of daily exercises and activities to help the student-athletes develop as individuals and as contributing members to a group.
Lazare to represent LSU at leadership conference
Tiger Blitz Top Stories
LSU aces early test, tops Terps 9-5The Tigers completed the sweep of Maryland on Sunday with a 9-5 at The Box
Tiger BlitzYesterday at 3:00 PM
Scout 300 LB talks Top 9, where LSU standsScout's No. 1 inside linebacker in North Carolina and No. 3 overall Dax Hollifield dropped his Top 9. The 4-star linebacker breaks down where LSU stands with him inside.
Tiger BlitzYesterday at 10:58 AM
Poche shines, offense explodes in LSU winLed by Antoine Duplantis and Jake Slaughter, the Tigers pound out 18 hits to leave Terps in the dust
Tiger BlitzSaturday at 5:28 PM
Jordan, Breaux remain locked in battle for LFLSU Baseball is still trying to find the answer at left field and Paul Mainieri said on Thursday that Brennan Breaux and Beau Jordan are vying for the spot.
Tiger BlitzFriday at 3:00 PM