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Boys Tennis Media Credential Information

State Tournament Media Credential Information

State Tournament Media Information: The following information is provided to assist the media covering the OHSAA boys tennis state tournament. Please contact Tim Stried ([email protected]g or 614-267-2502, ext. 124) at the OHSAA office if you have additional questions. Pairings and additional information will be posted on the OHSAA website the week of the state tournament.

Your Hosts: Tournament Manager Dave D'Angelo, OHSAA tennis administrator Dustin Ware ([email protected]), OHSAA Media Relations Assistant Zachary Taylor ([email protected]) and OHSAA Media Relations Assistant Bryn Mangold ([email protected])

Thursday, May 25 – First round and quarterfinals
Friday, May 26 – Semifinals and finals

Location: The Ohio State University Outdoor Varsity Tennis Center and Ty Tucker Tennis Center, 600 Irving Schottenstein Dr, Columbus, OH
Times and Format: 
  • Thursday, May 25: Play begins at 9 a.m. with all 16 Div. I & II singles matches, followed by Div. I doubles teams and Div. II doubles teams. 
  • Friday, May 26: Play begins at 9 a.m. with semifinal matches, followed by state finals matches. 

Credentials: There is no official credential application form to submit to the OHSAA for the boys tennis state tournament and no other advance registration is needed. Media members shall show their photo identification at the media packet pickup which will contain a credential, weekly press release, welcome letter and program. Media packet pickup will be at the southeast lobby entrance of the Ty Tucker Tennis Center. 

Parking: Free parking will be available for media and fans in the parking lot across from the Coveli Center, just to the west of Fred Taylor Drive. Pay to park is available in other surrounding areas. 

Results: Results will be posted on OHSAA.org as soon as possible following each day’s competition.

Coaches, school staff, freelance photographers and parents of competitors are not permitted to receive media credentials. Media outlets found to be in violation could be subject to reduced access at future OHSAA state tournaments.