|2007-08||14- 0||48||3.4||3- 4||.750||0- 0||–||1- 2||.500||0||16||16||2||0||5||1||5||7||0.5||3|
|2008-09||11- 0||148||13.5||15-19||.789||0- 0||–||8-15||.533||16||14||30||1||5||7||7||23||38||3.5||10|
|Totals||25- 0||196||7.8||18-23||.783||0- 0||–||9-17||.529||16||30||46||3||5||12||8||28||45||1.8||10|
2007-08 Season Notes: Appeared in 14 games, all as a reserved … Did not play in first three games of regular season … Pulled down three rebounds in six minutes of action in exhibition vs. Northern State (11/4) … Grabbed three rebounds in four minutes in collegiate debut vs. Oklahoma State (11/20) … Recorded his first career basket and blocked shot vs. UW-Milwaukee (11/30) … Tallied one defensive rebound in three minutes of action vs. Sacramento State (12/15) … Went 1-of-1 from the field and 1-of-1 from the foul line to score three points in addition to collecting a defensive rebound vs. IPFW (12/17) … Recorded a career-high two blocked shots in just seven minutes on the floor vs. Coppin St. (12/21) … Grabbed one defensive rebound in six minutes vs. Savannah State (12/29) … Made only shot attempt from the field vs. Providence (1/3) … Played three minutes at Seton Hall (2/12) and was credited with three defensive rebounds and an assist … Tallied one defensive rebound in two minutes in win vs. Pittsburgh (2/15) … Collected two defensive rebounds in two minutes of action vs. Rutgers (2/23) … Recorded one block in two minutes of action vs. Florida Gulf Coast (3/4) … concluded the year averaging 0.5 points and 1.1 rebounds per game.
Pat began his high school career at Bayside in Queens, New York. After three years at Bayside, Hazel transferred to Blair Academy and was reclassified as a junior in 2005. During his first year at Blair, he played against current teammate David Cubillan from Saint Benedict's in the New Jersey Prep A Title game. Saint Benedict's won, 74-59, as Cubillan scored 17 and Hazel had 8. Pat averaged eight points and eight rebounds during his junior season.
Hazel averaged 11 points and eight rebounds per game as a senior, starting every game and helping the team to a 19-8 overall record. He shot 47% from the field and was ranked the 56th-best fifth-year prospect by HoopScoopOnline.com. He netted eight points in the Jordan Brand Regional Game at Madison Square Garden following his senior year.
- 2007 Jordan Brand Regional Team (New York), Surburban Team
- 2007 Big Apple Invitational Tournament (Notable Player)
- 2007 Recipient of Blair Academy's fine arts department book prize for instrumental music
- Blair Academy head coach, Joe Mantegna, on Hazel: “He's sort of like our undersized Ben Wallace…He plays harder than any kid I've ever coached here except for maybe Royal Ivey, who played at Texas. Pat's a great defender, rebounds outside of his plane, runs the court as well as any 6-7, 6-8 kid you want to see, and has worked tremendously hard to round out his offensive game, which is improving by leaps and bounds…But it's still probably the weakest piece right now…He's going to help Marquette win because he does all the garbage that most kids don't want to do that makes you win. He's unselfish to a T, he's a team guy and he's a real uniting personality in the locker room and school. He's just a tremendous kid.” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Artice on Hazel's Commitment
Patrick is the son of Lance Sr. and Wanda Hazel. His father played basketball at York College and his brother, Lance Jr., played at Queens College. He is a communications major. Current Milwaukee Buck Charlie Villanueva is also a Blair graduate.