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Major Parking and Traffic Impacts Expected 3/8-3/10

Mar 01, 2018

The university-hosted OHSAA  Individual Wrestling State Tournament will occur Thursday, March 8, through Saturday, March 10, at the Schottenstein Center. Please plan ahead and expect heavier than normal vehicular and pedestrian traffic and minimal available parking in the area.

Lots Reserved for CampusParc Permit Holders

On Thursday, March 8, and Friday, March 9, of the tournament, the Buckeye Lots will be reserved all day for CampusParc permit holders, and the following lots will be reserved strictly for annual CampusParc permit holders until 4 p.m.:

  • St. John Arena Lot 
  • French Field House Lots
  • South Riverbank Lot
  • Ag Administration Lot
  • Sisson Lot

Presentation of a valid access hangtag is required for entry into these lots and surrounding restricted roadways. Annual permit holders are encouraged to have their access hangtag readily available.

Please Note: The parking system will remain in normal operation throughout the event; permit holders may park only in areas in which their permit is valid.

Public Event Parking

Surface lots in the vicinity of the tournament may require payment upon entry. Annual permit holders may park in these lots at no cost with the presentation of a valid access hangtag. Permit holders unable to present a valid hangtag will be required to pay the non-refundable event parking fee upon entry. Customers are encouraged to have their access hangtag readily available year-round.

Please Note: Access hangtags do not provide entry into parking garages unless your permit provides access to the garage on a non-event day and time.

Event Information

Additional tournament information
Tournament parking map
Traffic information

Future Events

The Schottenstein Center will host additional OHSAA tournaments later this month. The Girls Basketball State Tournament will take place March 15-17, and the Boys Basketball State Tournament will take place March 22-24. Parking and traffic impacts are anticipated in the area and will be communicated in advance of these events.