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Femi Memorial 3 on 3 Tournament

Saturday, March 19, 2016, 10am-6pm
Athletic/Recreation Center
43rd St. and Woodland Ave., Philadelphia, PA 

All proceeds will be donated to the Femi Memorial Fund

Registration is from 9:15-10am in the Athletic/Recreation Center.  Tournament begins at 10am.

  • Pool Play, at least three games
  • Prize/Raffle Table
  • Ample parking and food
  • Trophies and prizes will be awarded to tournament champions and MVP
  • First place prize:  $300

Entry fee is $75 per team (maximum six players) due by March 16, 2016

Registration form.

Jesse Phillips
Co-Chairperson of Tournament

Donate OnlineDonate to the Memorial Fund

In recognition of Femi’s impact, his family developed The Femi Memorial Fund. The Femi Memorial Fund is an award given to a student who exemplifies Femi’s characteristics and qualities in life, may it be the classroom, at the ARC, in the community, etc. All of the proceeds from the Femi Memorial 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament will be donated to The Femi Memorial Fund. Help us honor a “True Champion” with your participation.

To donate online, choose "Other" as the gift designation and enter Femi Tournament in the comment box.

Femi Ogunkorode
About Femi Ogunkorode

Olufemi "Femi" Paschal Ogunkorode, a third-year pharmacy student, was both a friend and staff member of the Athletic/Recreation Center (ARC). Femi was also an honor student and member of the University's tennis team.

On March 23, 2006, Femi suddenly passed away at the age of 20 years old. It was a devastating moment for the University's Community. He brought so much positive energy and enthusiasm into our lives and hearts.

Femi was a great achiever, a well brought up child and a thoroughly hard working young man. He never disobeyed his parents. His humility and gentility earned him a lot of respect from all his teachers and friends both in high school and college.

All the people who knew him never stopped referring to him as a great role model. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Even though he died young, he left an indelible mark. He was a great role model to his siblings.

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