Categories

The Machine beings the 2016 season on Saturday, April 23 with two straight road games, before playing its first home game at Panther Stadium on the campus of Ohio Dominican University on Sunday, May 8. For the second consecutive season, the Denver Outlaws visit Ohio for the Machine’s home...

Read More

The Ohio Machine are packing up and moving to new quarters. Ohio’s Major League Lacrosse team announced at a press conference on Tuesday that a multi-year has been struck and the team is making their new home at Ohio Dominican’s Panther Stadium beginning this year. “We are extremely thrilled to join Ohio...

The Ohio Machine, Ohio’s Major League Lacrosse team, announced today the release of its 2015 season schedule. The Machine begins play on April 12 when the team travels to Long Island to take on the New York Lizards. The following week, the Machine returns to Selby Stadium in Delaware,...

Read More

COLUMBUS, OHIO (September 19, 2014) – The Ohio Machine announced today its 23-man protected roster, which includes the team’s top 13 scorers from the 2014 season. Team captains Kyle Harrison, Brian Phipps and Steele Stanwick all return to the Machine with team captain Greg Bice announcing his retirement earlier...

Read More

COLUMBUS, OHIO (September 26, 2014) – The Ohio Machine announced today that team President & General Manager John Algie will step down from his position effective October 3, 2014. Machine Vice President & Head Coach Bear Davis will assume the responsibility for lacrosse operations. Current Director of Corporate Partnerships...

Read More

The Ohio Machine clinched a berth in the 2014 Major League Lacrosse playoffs with its 14-10 win against the Florida Launch Saturday night at Selby Stadium. Ohio (8-6) used a five-game winning streak to end the regular season to clinch its first-ever playoff appearance. The run included two hard-fought...

Read More

Three members of the Ohio Machine were named 2014 All-Americans by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association, it was announced today. Machine midfielder Tom Schreiber and defensive draftee Stephen O’Hara were named first team All-Americans, while defensive draftee Jackson Place earned Honorable Mention honors. Schreiber finished his college career...

Read More