The LSU women's basketball team unveiled a spacious new locker room. Have a look.
Nov 01, 2023
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Article By REED DARCEY | Staff writer Nola.com
The LSU women's basketball team gave fans a peek inside its newly renovated locker room Tuesday afternoon.
According to photos the program posted on social media, the Tigers have fresh locker spaces, a refurbished film room, vanity desks and a sleek lounge space, complete with a large, spacious couch, a pair of purple, tiger-print love seats and a large painting by local artist Becky Fos.
In June, the LSU board of supervisors approved the privately funded $1.5 million project. The locker room was named after Jerry and Roselyn Juneau, the two Tiger Athletic Foundation donors who covered the cost.
Since she led LSU to its first basketball national championship in April, Kim Mulkey called for the university to either renovate or replace the Pete Maravich Assembly Center, a 51-year-old building.
“I’m not a visionary when it comes to thinking about a building," Mulkey said in April. "I just know we need to upgrade. We don’t need to put a coat of paint on it. It’s time to either completely renovate it or build one next to it and tear that one down."
The new locker room is part of her efforts to modernize the PMAC.
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