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Dr. Monthe Kofos Golf Tournament

AHEPA Athletics is pleased to announce, the 2020 AHEPA National Monthe Kofos Memorial Tournament. This year’s spring event will take place March 9-14 in Scottsdale Arizona. We have arranged to stay and play golf at We-Ko-Pa Golf Resort. 

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Please call 202-232-6300
and ask for Rory

Cutoff for all reservations is January 31

Rates:

5 nights/4 rounds: $1,467.50 (double occupancy)
4 nights/3 rounds: $1,131.50 (double occupancy)
3 nights/3 rounds: $1,008.03 (double occupancy)

5 nights/4 rounds: $1,972.05 (single occupancy)
4 nights/3 rounds: $1,535.15 (single occupancy)
3 nights/3 founds: $1,310.76 (single occupancy)

(All of the above prices include room rate, golf fee, breakfast, tax and resort fee.)

Each participant will also need to pay a $125 administrative fee. That fee includes dinner and poker night, Dinner at the final awards banquet a gift and prizes. AHPA will keep none of the $125.

You will need to call AHEPA Headquarters to make your admin payment. Please call 202-232-6300 and ask for Rory.

Location

We-Ko-Pa Golf Resort, Scottsdale Arizona

Date

March 9th-14th

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AHEPA Hall of Fame

The AHEPA Athletic Hall of Fame was established in 1974 and now includes more than 140 inductees. Each year candidates are nominated by members of the AHEPA family, and after a thorough vetting process, are selected by the 20 Hall of Fame Selection Committee members, who encompass a broad cross-section of engaged voters, with diversity as to geography, age, and athletic interests. Significantly, while selection certainly recognizes athletic achievement, the selection criteria tellingly also includes personal character and civic and community service.

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Emmy Award-Winning Sports Anchor and former world-ranked ATP Tour Professional Tennis Player

Michele “Belle” Koclanes

2002 former basketball standout at the University of Richmond, currently coach at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va

Mark Philippoussis

Former world-ranked ATP Professional Tennis Player and Olympian

George Papadakos

Syracuse College basketball and professional basketball player for Greece from 1988 to 2000

George Ravanis

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The Order of AHEPA has recognized these honorees for their athletic achievement, character, and community service.

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2017

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2017

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2016

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Professional Bowler

2016

Niko Koutouvides

College and Professional football player

2016

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Head women’s basketball coach, UC Riverside

2016

Steven Schubert

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2016

Christos ("Chris") Tsiotos

College basketball player

2015

Paul J. Kaliades

Dobbs Ferry, NY

2015

Robert Barnek

Lynbrook, NY

2015

Christina Loukas

Chicago, IL

2015

Theodore Leonsis

Brooklyn, NY

2014

Peter Karmanos, Jr.

Owner, Charlotte Hurricanes

2014

Joe Panos

National Football League

2014

Matt Stover

National Football League

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