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Lacrosse Media Credential Information

State Tournament Media Credential Information

Two Ways to Apply:
  • Option 1: Print the 2024 Lacrosse Credential Application and submit per the instructions at the top of the form.
  • Option 2: Copy and paste the following text into an email message, fill in the information and sent to [email protected]. Please print the media information first.
2024 OHSAA Lacrosse Credential Application
Must be submitted by editor or assigner. Deadline: Thursday, June 6, 12:00 p.m.
No parents of state qualifiers permitted. Confirmation email will be sent with details and instructions including parking. Media must show photo ID to pick-up credential.
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Names of Media Attending:
The following information has been prepared to assist you with your coverage of the upcoming OHSAA lacrosse state championship games. Please contact Tim Stried ([email protected] or 614-267-2502, ext. 124) at the OHSAA office should you have additional questions.
STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS DATE AND SCHEDULE: The state championship games will be played over two days.
Friday, June 7
   4 p.m. - Division II Girls
   7 p.m. - Division I Girls
Saturday, June 8
   1 p.m. - Division II Boys
   4 p.m. - Division I Boys
LOCATION: Historic Crew Stadium, Columbus. The physical address is One Black & Gold Blvd., Columbus, OH 43211.
CREDENTIAL REQUESTS: Scan and email your completed credential application form to Tim Stried at the OHSAA office [email protected] (or fax to 614-267-1677). The deadline to submit credential application requests is Thursday, June 2 at Noon.
CREDENTIAL CONFIRMATION: Upon processing a credential application, the OHSAA  will send a confirmation email to the media person who submitted the application form and will post a list on the News & Media page at OHSAA.org of those media members who have been approved for credentials. Denied requests will be notified by email.
PARKING: Media will receive parking instructions in the confirmation email.
CREDENTIAL PICK UP: Credentials will be held at the media entrance at Historic Crew Stadium. The specific gate will explained in the confirmation email explained above. Media must show photo ID to receive their credential.
MEDIA WORK AREAS: Media members are permitted to remain in the press box after each contest, or work in the Champions Lounge, which is located field level in the southwest corner of the stadium, near the postgame interview area (see later note). Photographers can work in those two designated spaces, as well. There are approximately 20 seats available for media in the press box.
BROADCASTS: The broadcast booth on the west side of Historic Crew Stadium is available. A reminder that live video broadcasting of the lacrosse state championships is only permitted by the NFHS Network. All other broadcasts can be live audio or tape-delayed video. WiFi is available.  Broadcast media outlets that need an internet line connection shall notify the OHSAA when applying for credentials.  The media outlet will be responsible for any fees assessed by the venue.
POSTGAME INTERVIEWS: There is a postgame press conference after each game in the Champions Lounge, which is located field level in the southwest corner of the stadium.