June 18, 2019

🎟 Season Tickets On Sale Now


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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Season tickets for the 2019-20 Ohio State University wrestling campaign are officially on sale. The Covelli Center is set to host eight matches in its inaugural season as the primary competition venue for Buckeye wrestling.

🎟 Purchase season tickets here!

SEASON TICKET PRICES (includes admission to all eight home matches)
Adult | $77
Youth (ages 2-17) | $52
Senior (62+) | $52

All wrestling season ticket holders will select their own seats at the new Covelli Center.  This empowers each full season ticket holder with the opportunity to choose their own seat locations based upon the university priority point system.

  • Season ticket holders will be provided a scheduled window of time in which to log-in and choose their seats using the interactive seat map
  • Selection windows will be assigned based on the donor priority point system as well as your years of consecutive purchase as a wrestling season ticket holder
  • Ticket holders will receive a specific appointment time that their seat selection window opens, but may log into their account any time after their window opens to select their seats.
  • Season ticket holders will select seats in 2019 and again in 2020.  Seats selected for the 2020 season will be retained for four seasons, as long as they are renewed by published deadlines, and will be re-selected every four seasons after that.

Wrestling season ticket holders will have the opportunity to preview actual seat locations in person during an Open House Event at the Covelli Center on July 23rd.  More information on that event and the seat selection process will be sent via email in July.


  • Week of July 15th:  Seat selection windows and step-by-step instructions will be communicated to all season ticket holders
  • July 23, 2019: Open House Event at the Covelli Center – your opportunity to preview the seating areas before seat selection
  • July 24, 2019: Seat selection windows begin for season ticket holders
  • August 1, 2019: 2nd payment plan installment will be charged for those customers who opted into the 2-payment plan

Stanford University is set to christen the new mat, coming to town for a Nov. 10 dual.

Additional non-conference opponents include Arizona State (Jan. 3, 4 or 5), Cornell (Dec. 1) and Virginia Tech (Nov. 15, 16 or 17) – all of which finished inside the top-12 at the 2019 NCAA Championships.

The Buckeyes welcome in a quartet of Big Ten foes in Illinois, Maryland, Northwestern and Rutgers. Dates and match times for the B1G contests will be announced by the conference office at a later date.