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Second Annual Ohio Machine Fall Classic Announced for October 7

August 28, 2018 - Major League Lacrosse (MLL) - Ohio Machine News Release

COLUMBUS, Ohio - In their efforts to continue growing the game of lacrosse, the Ohio Machine and Ohio State men's lacrosse, have announced the second annual Ohio Machine Fall Classic on October 7. The event will feature a quintuple-header, highlighted by the matchup between The Ohio State University and the Ohio Machine. Capital University, Denison University and Wheeling Jesuit University, will join the event with each university playing in two games.

"The Ohio Machine Fall Classic is another way that we can accelerate the growth of the game of lacrosse," Machine head coach Bear Davis said. "We're excited to bring high quality lacrosse to Fortress Obetz once again, and by tying in the Ohio Machine Lacrosse Foundation, we're continuing to raise funds so that everyone across Ohio can have access to this great game."

In addition to the games, the Machine and Ohio State will host a lacrosse skills clinic for youth in the 8th grade and under. The clinic is free and will start at 10:30am on the main field. Registration is required and can be found here.

Tickets to the Fall Classic are $5 (8th grade and under are free) with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the Ohio Machine Lacrosse Foundation. In addition, BSN Sports will be providing all fans with a giveaway upon entry to Fortress Obetz.

The full schedule is as follows:


Capital vs Wheeling Jesuit

Fortress Stadium


Denison vs Wheeling Jesuit

Grass Field 1


Free Youth Lacrosse Skills Clinic

Fortress Stadium


Ohio Machine vs Ohio State

Fortress Stadium


Ohio State vs Denison

Fortress Stadium


Denison vs Capital

Fortress Stadium

Tickets can be purchased by calling 614-754-1973 ext. 2.

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