Ohio State defeated Johns Hopkins 15-13 in the Big 10 Men's Lacrosse semifinals at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium on Thursday, May 4, 2017 in Columbus, Ohio.


Where does the men's lacrosse team play?

The home facility for the men’s lacrosse team is Ohio Stadium. However, the exhibition game against Hill Academy (Jan. 20) along with the first two regular season games against Boston (Feb. 10) and Hofstra (Feb. 17) will be played indoors at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. If the field is deemed unplayable for any games, the men’s lacrosse team may move indoors to the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. Seating in the Woody Hayes Athletic Center is extremely limited and it is encouraged that you purchase tickets in advance for games held in this facility as they have a tendency of selling out.

Ohio State Department of Athletics cannot guarantee that any tickets purchased from a third party source are valid or that they will allow you entry into the stadium/arena. Tickets should always be purchased from an authorized ticket agent. The Ohio State Athletics Ticket Office, Ticketmaster, and the Ohio State Buckeyes Ticket Exchange are the only authorized sources for tickets to Ohio State events. Fans purchasing tickets from unauthorized sources (including StubHub, Vivid Seats, Craigslist, EBay, and ticket brokers) assume the risk that tickets purchased could be counterfeit or that the barcodes have been otherwise invalidated. Guests with invalid tickets will be denied entry to the venue and will have no recourse for reimbursement or other compensation.

Only Ticketmaster mobile-compatible tickets (generated by Ticketmaster and shown on a mobile device as a QR code, not a standard barcode) will be allowed to enter the venue via mobile device. All traditional print-at-home or PDF tickets MUST be printed and presented on paper for entry. As a service to our patrons, tickets purchased via unauthorized sources such as StubHub, Vivid Seats, eBay, Craigslist, ticket brokers, or other agents not authorized by Ohio State may be reprinted by the Ohio State Ticket Office in conjunction with a non-refundable $10-$20 per ticket fee. PLEASE NOTE: The ticket office is not responsible for validating tickets that were not purchased through an authorized source, and reprinting the ticket does not guarantee the validity of the ticket or entry into the venue. PROTECT YOURSELF- Only purchase tickets from authorized sources.