- LSU Finishes 19th in Annual Director's CupBATON ROUGE – LSU wrapped up another banner year of athletics, as the school produced five Top 5 NCAA finishes and had 15 of its 21 teams earn points toward its No. 19 national ranking in the annual Learfield Directors' Cup released Friday.
- Former Tigers Set for NBA Summer LeaguesBATON ROUGE – It may seem like the preliminaries before the 67-game schedule of the Las Vegas summer league begins, but important action for potential NBA players of the future will begin Saturday first in Orlando and later in the holiday weekend in Salt Lake City.
- LSU Athletes' Journey to the Rio de Janeiro OlympicsA list of current and former LSU student-athletes who are competing for a shot at the 2016 Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro, and the trials in which they are competing.
- Rina Hill Invited To Japanese Team TryoutBATON ROUGE, LA. – LSU women's basketball point guard Rina Hill dreams of playing in the 2020 Olympics for her native Japan. She moves one step closer to realizing her goal when she travels this weekend to Colorado Springs, Colo., for Japan's University National Team camp held at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.
- SEC Announces First Year Academic HonorsBATON ROUGE, La. – On Thursday, 53 LSU student-athletes were named to the Southeastern Conference First Year Honor Roll the league announced, one day after 62 of their fellow teammates were named to the SEC's Spring Honor Roll.
- LSU Finishes 19th in Annual Director's Cup
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