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Ohio State Buckeyes

 

Men’s Basketball

The Ohio State Men’s Basketball program has been part of the Big Ten Conference since 1913 and opened the new venue with a game on November 3, 1998.

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Women’s Basketball

The Ohio State women’s basketball team has called the Schottenstein Center home since the building’s opening in 1998.

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Men’s Ice Hockey

Ohio State men’s ice hockey became a varsity sport for the 1962-63 season and competed in the CCHA (Central Collegiate Hockey Association) through 2013. The Schottenstein Center has been home to Buckeye hockey since 1999, with a 1-0 win over Michigan on Jan. 2, 1999.

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QUICK FACTS

  • Capacities: 17,500 for ice hockey /up to 19,700 for basketball.
    4 ½ hours - approximately how long it takes to convert the arena from hockey to basketball. 3 ½ hours: approximate time to convert from basketball to hockey.  A record of 2 ½ hours has been set for a double-header.
    10,000 gallons — amount of water needed to make 1" of ice/ 12 miles of pipe under the floor runs the ice cooling system. Most people that ice stays underneath the basketball or polar floor for the entire hockey season.
    225 – Number of 4′ × 8′ wooden floor pieces in the Buckeye’s home court.


     

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THE TEAM SHOP
Official Team Shop of Buckeye Nation 


North side of the Schottenstein Center on Borror Drive.  Pay & Display Parking available.

Open Monday thru Saturday: 10AM - 5PM/  Sunday: 11AM - 4PM

Pre and Post-game hours for Ohio State Home Football games vary.  Closed for most Schottenstein Center Non-Athletic Department Special Events.

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Questions?  Call GoBuckeyes customer service at 855-705-2682 or email us at GoBuckeyes@lgmretail.com.