"Individually I got first-team all league, and I think that was a good accomplishment for me, but as a team we fell short," Hazzard said. "I'm excited for next season. We have a lot of players coming back; we're going to be nice."
Developing into a point guard has been an emphasis for Hazzard in his development and when Parker Jackson-Cartwright went down with an injury, the sophomore stepped into that role for Loyola.
"When P went down I was able to fill in at point guard and lead our team to the league championship which is something I'm really proud of," Hazzard said. "Learning when to score and when to distribute is something that really helped me as a player as well.
"I need to work on my body and get stronger. I'd like to get my jumper more consistent; I don't want some games where it's falling and then some where it's not. I also want to get my ball handling much tighter."
Moving forward, Hazzard is looking to continue to become a pure point guard.
"I need to prove that I'm a true one," he said. "I think I'm getting there but need to keep showcasing it. I've played on and off the ball but I need to stay on the ball and show everybody that it's my true position."