Tip-Off Dinner

Three-time NBA champion — and Dominican alum — Chris DeMarco ’09 and ’11 MBA, an assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors, will be guest speaker at the annual Dominican University Basketball Tip-Off Dinner on Sunday, October 20.

The dinner, which will be held at San Rafael Joe’s, 931 Fourth Street in San Rafael, is a fundraiser for the Penguins’ men’s basketball program. Social hour begins at 5 p.m. followed by the dinner program.

To RSVP, please complete and submit this form.

For more information, please contact Booker Harris, Dominican men’s basketball coach, at [email protected]

Tickets are $60 per person, with an option of sponsoring a table of six for $375.

Credit cards and cash will be accepted along with checks (payable to Dominican Men’s Basketball.).

A native of Appleton, Wisconsin, DeMarco graduated from Dominican in 2009 with his business degree and in 2011 with his Master of Business Administration degree. He was a power forward for the Penguins and led Dominican to a winning record (16-13) in 2008-09.

DeMarco averaged a team-high 14.9 points per game on .544 shooting. He started all 29 games and led the California Pacific Conference with 9.6 rebounds per game, which was nearly a pair higher than any other player in the conference and 16th best in the nation.

For his efforts, DeMarco garnered NAIA Div. II All-America Honorable Mention.

This season, DeMarco will begin his seventh year in the Warriors’ organization. This past summer he coached the Bahamas’ men’s national team.

The Tip-Off dinner will also feature Dominican alumni basketball highlights. In celebration of Penguins’ students and in the spirit of engagement, each table will also include seating for a student-athlete, member of the coaching staff and/or representative of the athletic department.

For the 2019-20 Dominican women’s and men’s basketball season schedules, visit dominicanathletics.com

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