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Field Hockey Media Credential Information

Media Credentials for State Qualifying Tournaments: Media shall contact the tournament site manager to arrange for media credentials. Go to the OHSAA’s Field Hockey web page to access the tournament regulations, which contain the contact information for the state qualifying tournaments site managers.

State Tournament Media Information: The following information was prepared to assist you with your coverage of the upcoming OHSAA field hockey state tournament. Please contact Tim Stried (tstried@ohsaa.org or 614-267-2502, ext. 124) at the OHSAA office should you have additional questions. Previews and additional information will be posted on the OHSAA web site the week of the state tournament.

Your Hosts: Tournament manager Jen Goebbel and OHSAA Director of Sport Management Emily Gates. 

Dates and Location: November 5 and 7 at Thomas Worthington High School, 300 West Dublin-Granville Road, Worthington, Ohio. 

Game Times: State semifinal games will be played Thursday at 5:00 and 7:00. The championship game Saturday will begin at noon.

Credentials: There is no official credential application form to submit to the OHSAA for the state field hockey tournament and no other advance registration is needed. Media members shall show their company identification (ID badge or letter from editor/supervisor) for admittance. Media shall sign in and ask tournament personnel for a media packet, which contains a credential, release, welcome letter and program.

Parking: There is no designated media parking lot. Media and spectators shall park around the school on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Broadcasting Availability and Rates: Live or tape-delayed radio and audio webcasting is available, as well as tape-delayed video broadcasts (streaming and TV). Rights fees apply.

Media Work Space: Work space is available in the press box for credentialed media members.

Postgame Interviews: Coaches and student-athletes are available on the field for interviews following both semifinal games and after the awards ceremony of the championship game. There are no official press conferences.

Box Scores and Recaps: Will be posted on the OHSAA web site as soon as possible following each game.

Coaches, 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.