Dec. 15, 2012
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State men’s lacrosse team will face a challenging preseason slate as it prepares for the 2013 regular season. The squad will host Team Canada Jan. 20 before traveling for a matchup with Johns Hopkins Jan. 26. To wrap up its preseason, Ohio State will host Syracuse and Robert Morris Feb. 2, with three games slated for that day inside Woody Hayes Athletic Center.
Tickets for the Buckeyes’ preseason games, as well as their six regular-season home contests, will go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday. Single-game tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for youth and seniors.
Tickets can be purchased online through Ticketmaster HERE, by calling Ticketmaster (800-745-3000), in person at any Ticketmaster outlet or in person at the Ohio State Ticket Office in the southeast corner of the Schottenstein Center. (Note service charges may apply).
Group tickets (10 or more) are also available starting at $2 each when purchased in advance. Season tickets are available and are $36 for adults and $22 for youth and seniors, including service charges. For more information on group or season tickets, contact Ohio State Ticket Sales at 614-292-0043 or at email@example.com. Groups may qualify for special behind the scenes experiences. Information is available through OhioStateBuckeyes.com, restrictions apply.
Tickets for games inside Woody Hayes Athletic Center, including the matchups with Team Canada, Syracuse and Robert Morris and two regular-season contests, are limited. Fans should purchase tickets early as the games are expected to sell out.
Ohio State will host six regular-season games in Columbus. Two are scheduled to be played inside Woody Hayes Athletic Center, as the squad opens the year vs. Detroit Feb. 9 and takes on Marquette Feb. 23.
The Buckeyes will take on four ECAC Lacrosse League foes outdoors at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium, beginning March 9 vs. Denver. Defending NCAA champion Loyola visits March 30, with games vs. Hobart and Fairfield April 6 and April 27, respectively.
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