LSU Athletics Announces Tiger Life
BATON ROUGE – LSU Athletics announced today Tiger Life and the new website, LSUTigerLife.com. Tiger Life serves as LSU Athletics’ student-development unit that offers total personal development for each LSU student-athlete.
“Tiger Life is determined to equip our student-athletes with the skills and understandings necessary to lead themselves and others,” said Courtney Randall, LSU Director of Tiger Life. “LSU student-athletes consistently prove their ability to achieve excellence athletically and academically, and Tiger Life will lead the way in helping student-athletes continue their success as they engage in campus life, make community impacts, and prepare for transition to the professional world.”
The mission of the program and website is to provide relevant, accessible and engaging resources in the areas of personal, social, leadership and career development to help student-athletes thrive during their university experience and transition with confidence.
“With the support of our coaches and staff, campus and community partners, employers, and alumni, I am positive that Tiger Life will quickly actualize its charge in helping student-athletes Win Everywhere.”
The program will continue to not only focus on the areas mentioned above but will engage within the Baton Rouge and LSU community and provide support with student-athlete diversity and inclusion matters.
“I want to give special thanks to staff members,” said Randall “Who have helped bring the vision and identity of Tiger Life together – Miriam Segar, Walt Holliday, Jason Feirman, Chelsey Chamberlain, Madison Leavelle, Chris Parent and Gus Stark. Geaux Tigers!”
Tiger Life will also oversee LSU Athletics’ student-athlete organizations – Student Athlete Advisory Committee and the Black Student Athlete Association.
“The Tiger Life program is instrumental in the total development of our student-athlete’s lives,” said Miriam Segar, senior associate athletic director/senior woman administrator.
“I am excited to work with Courtney Randall and the leaders of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and Black Student Athlete Association to help continue to grow the Tiger Life program and LSU brand.”
For more information and news on the Tiger Life program, visit LSUTigerLife.com. Fans and student-athletes can also follow the program on its social media channels (Instagram and Twitter) – @lsutigerlife.