State Tournament Media Information: The following information is provided to assist the media covering the OHSAA boys tennis state tournament. Please contact Tim Stried (firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-267-2502, ext. 124) at the OHSAA office if you have additional questions. Pairings and additional information will be posted on the OHSAA web site the week of the state tournament.
Your Hosts: Tournament Manager Eric Maclin, OHSAA Tennis Coordinator Ken Kaiser (email@example.com) and OHSAA Director of Information Services Tim Stried (firstname.lastname@example.org) or 614-267-2502, ext. 124).
Friday, May 26 – First round and quarterfinals
Saturday, May 27 – Semifinals and finals
Location: Lindner Family Tennis Center, 5460 Courseview Drive, Mason, OH 45040
Indoor Facilities in case of inclement weather on FRIDAY:
Indoor Facilities in case of inclement weather on SATURDAY:
Times and Format: Play begins both days at 9 a.m. with Division I singles players followed by Division II singles players followed by doubles teams.
Credentials: There is no official credential application form to submit to the OHSAA for the boys tennis state tournament and no other advance registration is needed. Media members shall show their company identification (ID badge or letter from editor/supervisor) at the main gate to sign in and receive a media packet containing a credential, weekly press release, welcome letter and program.
Parking: Available in the grass lots of the golf course driving range beside Lindner Family Tennis Center.
Results: Results will be posted on the OHSAA web site as soon as possible following each day’s competition.
Photographs Available: Media outlets needing photographs from OHSAA state tournamentscan utilize the OHSAA’s official photographer, Impact Action Sports Photography. Log on to www.impactactionphotos.com and click on the media request form. Or contact Joe Maiorana (email@example.com, 614-266-1674) or Ben Barnes (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Coaches, school staff, 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.