School Day – 8:34 – 12:22 / LCL Lunch Service Available 12:22 – 12:50 pm / Student Fan Bus Departs at 1:00
12:30 pm – Arena Opens to Fans for Session #1 (Kohl Center, Madison)
Division 3 Semifinals
1:35 pm West Salem (#1) vs. Brillion (#4)
15 minutes after completion of first game (Approx. 3:15 pm)
LCL (#2) vs. St. Thomas More (#3)
*Tickets for Saturday go on sale at the Kohl Center (Nicholas-Johnson Pavilion) following the game.
Saturday, March 19th
Division 5 Championship – 11:00 am
Division 4 Championship – 15 minutes following completion of Division 5 Championship game.
Division 3 Championship – 15 minutes following completion of Division 4 Championship game.
Spectator are encouraged to walk or use hotel shuttles. Parking spaces close to the Kohl Center are limited.
Not all University lots in the vicinity of the Kohl Center are available for our use. Many are available only at certain times. The signs posted at the entrance of university lots will list restrictions, etc. Drivers choosing to ignore posted restrictions could have their vehicle ticketed or owed.
Possible University Parking lots available include the following: (Exact Cash, Credit or Debit Cards)
1. The city of Madison State Street Campus Ramp is $8 per day.
2. Lot 91 - Available after 5pm $10, must pay to re-enter.
3. Lot 46 - Available for the entire tournament based on availability, $10 must pay to re-enter.
4. Lot 29 – Available after 5pm, $10 must pay to re-enter.
5. Lot 83 – Available about 5pm $10 must pay to re-enter.
If all lots are full, give consideration to using the Aliant Energy Center Shuttle or the only option will be street parking. You will probably be located several blocks from the Kohl Center. Many streets in Madison have restrictions allowing only a maximum of two hours of parking. Plan accordingly and read the signs posted on the streets.
Doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to the start of each session. (LCL is the 2nd game of the first session.)
All spectators and any of the items they are carrying are subject to search. Review the list of illegal items below. Persons will be required to pass through metal detectors.
TICKETS FOR THURSDAY
Tickets can be purchased at the LCL Main Office starting Wednesday (7:30 am – 4:00 pm) and also Thursday (7:30 – 12:00). Please bring exact change or check written out to LCL. We’re also selling State Shirts for a suggested donation of $5 a shirt!
Tickets are $11 a person and children two and under do not require a ticket.
Faculty, bus drivers, etc., must all have tickets to gain entry into the Kohl Center. Only the 22 members of your team party will be granted free admission to the tournament.
Fans and parents should plan to meet players following the completion of any game at a designated location outside of the Kohl Center (TBD).
LCL students can sign up in the school office Tuesday-Wednesday (until 2:00 pm) to ride the fan bus to and from the Kohl Center. Students MUST make the return trip on the bus unless written consent is provided to a chaperone.
$15 will cover the cost of their ticket and their ride.
The bus will depart at 1:00 pm. LCL will offer school lunch from 12:22– 12:50 for those riding the fan bus.
TICKETS FOR Saturday
With a victory, LCL’s allotted championship tickets for Saturday will go on sale at the Nicholas-Johnson Pavilion following Thursday’s game.
Tickets will also be available for sale on-line for the Championship Saturday up until the start of that session (11 a.m. on Saturday for Divisions 5, 4 and 3 and 6:30 for Divisions 2 and 1).
There will be NO Student Fan Bus provided by LCL on Saturday.
GENERAL SPECTATOR INFO
The following items will not be allowed in the Kohl Center (all spectators and items are subject to search):
Selfie Sticks o Strollers, coolers, thermoses, bottles, cans and food and/or beverage items of any kind.
Backpacks and any bag larger than 8.5” x 11”.
Artificial noisemakers: stadium horns, cow bells, bottles with rocks in them, thunder stixs, etc.
Weapons of any kind. This includes pocket knives.
Pom poms may not have sticks attached to them.
Balloons, paper confetti, spray string, inflatables, etc. o Alcohol and/or drugs.
Large signs.(Fat heads) hand-held sign that is no larger than a piece of tag board that can be held by one person will be allowed. Signs may have tongue depresser sticks attached to them.
Laptop computers are allowed.
NO body or face paint is allowed in the Kohl Center and no face coverings of any type are permitted.
No paint stir sticks.
Fans are NOT allowed on the floor of the Kohl Center following the completion of their game.
Good sportsmanship is viewed by the National Federation as a commitment to fair play, ethical behavior and integrity. In perception and practice, sportsmanship is defined as those qualities which are characterized by generosity and genuine concern for others. The ideals of sportsmanship apply equally to all activity disciplines. Individuals, regardless of their role in activities, are expected to be aware of their influence on the behavior of others and model good sportsmanship.