80 Facts About Angelo Tsagarakis


Angelo Constantin Tsagarakis is a retired French-Greek professional basketball player who played both point guard and shooting guard.


Angelo Tsagarakis was the top FIBA ranked French 3x3 player for the year 2015.


Angelo Tsagarakis was named in 2004, by the French magazine Maxi-Basket, as one of the top 3 French players of his generation.


Angelo Tsagarakis competed at the French Nike Camp several times, and was the MVP in 1999, and an all-star in 1998,1999, and 2000.


Angelo Tsagarakis won the under-18 division II French national championship in 2000, with his club team Poissy, while averaging 13 points per game during the tournament's Final Four: Angelo Tsagarakis had an 18-point effort in the semifinal against Mulhouse, to help Poissy overcome a 21-point half-time deficit.


Angelo Tsagarakis had one of the most memorable moments in the youth tournament's final four history, when he hit 4 three-point field goals in a span of a minute and thirty seconds, to cut his team's deficit to one point, with 3 minutes left in the game.


Angelo Tsagarakis carried Poissy to the French National Under-18 Sweet 16 in 2001 and 2002, while averaging above 25 points per game in both seasons.


Angelo Tsagarakis led Casa to championship victory in both the Sonoma County League, and Conference tournament.


Angelo Tsagarakis was named team captain by coach Jeremy Russotti, and he averaged 23 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 5.5 assists a game as a senior.


Angelo Tsagarakis made 100 three-point field goals, shooting 42 percent from beyond the arc, becoming one of only six players in Sonoma county to ever hit the century mark on three-pointers made in a season.


Angelo Tsagarakis was a member of the Redwood Empire 600 points scored in a single season list, and was named Sonoma County League MVP.


Angelo Tsagarakis shared the Santa Rosa Press-Democrat's Player of the Year honors with his Oregon State college teammate, Kyle Jeffers.


Angelo Tsagarakis was named to the San Francisco Chronicle's All-Metro third team.


Angelo Tsagarakis was the MVP of the Northern California Super 100, and Ygnacio Valley tournaments, and was a McDonald's All-American nominee.


Angelo Tsagarakis made a school-record nine three-point field goals, in a 41-point performance against Windsor High School, in only 28 minutes played.


Angelo Tsagarakis was an honor roll student at Casa Grande, after graduating school with a 3.40 GPA.


Angelo Tsagarakis hit an Oregon State freshman record of 45 three-point field goals made, on 143 attempts, as a true freshman.


Angelo Tsagarakis averaged 6.4 points per game off the bench, in 15.7 minutes played per game.


Angelo Tsagarakis buried six threes, en route to 18 points scored versus Willamette University.


Angelo Tsagarakis had 18 points scored versus the Washington Huskies, going 5-for-10 on three-pointers, and playing a career-high 26 minutes.


Angelo Tsagarakis scored 13 points, including eight in a 1:31 stretch in the second half, in an upset win versus the number 14 ranked Arizona Wildcats.


Angelo Tsagarakis scored in double-figures eight times during the season, and had 13 games where he made at least two threes.


Angelo Tsagarakis played 20-plus minutes five times during the season.


Angelo Tsagarakis attempted just 27 two-point field goals, connecting on 13.


Angelo Tsagarakis was named the 2004 French Hoops College Freshman of the Year.


Angelo Tsagarakis suffered a rotator cuff tear, when he dislocated his right shoulder prior to the start of practice in a preseason workout.


Angelo Tsagarakis had surgery on September 16,2004, to repair the problem.


Angelo Tsagarakis had hoped to return to game action by the start of Pac-10 Conference play, but it was decided that a red-shirt year would be the best for him.


Angelo Tsagarakis averaged 2.0 points, in 7.8 minutes per game, as a sophomore.


Angelo Tsagarakis scored a season-high seven points in the opener at Tennessee Technological University.


Angelo Tsagarakis scored seven points in an away game against the University of Portland, which included a steal, and a made 30-foot three-pointer at the halftime buzzer.


Angelo Tsagarakis scored five important points in Oregon State's Pac-10 Tournament first-round comeback win versus Arizona State University.


Angelo Tsagarakis made first career start against the Washington Huskies.


Angelo Tsagarakis averaged 2.8 points, in 9.8 minutes played per game, as a junior.


Angelo Tsagarakis was named to the Pac-10 All Academic Second Team.


Angelo Tsagarakis had a 2 to 1 assist-to-turnover ratio on the season, the best on Oregon State's team.


Angelo Tsagarakis scored 11 points, in 16 minutes played against the number 20 ranked University of Nevada, and he finished the game as Oregon State's leading scorer for that night.


Angelo Tsagarakis scored 8 points in 13 minutes played against Mercer University.


Angelo Tsagarakis scored 10 points in 20 minutes played against the future Sweet 16 bid team of USC, and finished the game as Oregon State's leading game scorer for the second time on the season.


Angelo Tsagarakis made at least two three-pointers in a single game five times during the season, with all of them occurring in a seven-game span.


Angelo Tsagarakis made a three-pointer at the buzzer in an away game against Cal Berkeley, to send the game into overtime.


Angelo Tsagarakis was a 2008 All CCAA Conference Second Team selection, a 2008 All CCAA tournament Team selection, and a 2008 CCAA tournament finalist.


Angelo Tsagarakis averaged 16 points, 3 rebounds, and 3 assists per game during the CCAA tournament.


Angelo Tsagarakis tied the school record for 3-point field goals made in a single season, with 75.


Angelo Tsagarakis was named the team's captain by coach Greg Kamansky.


Angelo Tsagarakis played in all 28 games, starting 26, and averaged 15.1 points per game, along with 2.5 rebounds, and 2.5 assists per game.


Angelo Tsagarakis had the game-winning buzzer-beater 3 point made field goal versus Chico State University in the CCAA conference game.


Angelo Tsagarakis signed in early May 2008 his first professional contract with the French second-tier division LNB Pro B league regular season runner-up, JL Bourg-en-Bresse.


Angelo Tsagarakis played a total of 7 games as a medical replacement of Raphael Desroses, the team's leading scorer on the season.


Angelo Tsagarakis had a key performance in game 2 of the opening round.


Angelo Tsagarakis played in all 34 games of the regular season, starting 19.


Angelo Tsagarakis was named the team's co-captain by head coach Laurent Pluvy.


Angelo Tsagarakis averaged 11.5 points, 2 rebounds, and 1.6 assists per game.


Angelo Tsagarakis finished the regular season as the 9th best French nationality scorer in the league, with an average of 12.2 points per game, which earned him his second straight Pro B All-Star selection by the media.


Angelo Tsagarakis was nominated for the LNB Pro B Best French Player of the Year award, and finished as the runner-up to Michel Morandais.


In September 2016, Angelo Tsagarakis decided to leave France and joined Aries Trikala of the high-profile Greek Basket League, Greece's top-tier level, after having previously gained a Greek passport and Greek citizenship, due to his Greek heritage.


Angelo Tsagarakis made his mark by finishing as the fifth best Greek nationality scorer in the league, with 10 an average of points per game, and finishing second in the Greek League in 3 point shots made and attempted on the season.


Angelo Tsagarakis finished the season averaging 7 points per game in 20 minutes.


Angelo Tsagarakis decided to leave the club before the season ended because of unpaid salaries.


Angelo Tsagarakis was a member of the Under-18 French National Team in 2001, and he played with the Under-20 French National Team in 2003, averaging 14.3 points per game in the 2004 FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship's qualifier tournament.


Angelo Tsagarakis has been a member and leader of the 3x3 senior French National 3x3 Team since 2012.


Angelo Tsagarakis competed at the FIBA 3x3 World Tour for the first time in the summer of 2015, and he quickly established himself as one of the premier 3x3 players on the international scene.


Angelo Tsagarakis first won the 3x3 French Open in Clermont-Ferrand, then led his Paris team to a third-place finish in the European Prague Masters, where he was named one of the 3 most spectacular players of the tournament.


Angelo Tsagarakis finished the year as the number one ranked French national player in the FIBA 3x3 world individual rankings for the year 2015.


Angelo Tsagarakis won the FIBA 3x3 Open de France, for the second time in a row, while preparing with the French national 3x3 team for the FIBA 3x3 Europe Cup, which confirmed his top position in the French 3x3 basketball landscape.


Angelo Tsagarakis led France to an undefeated campaign in the 2016 FIBA Europe 3x3 Championships Qualifier, which was held in Poitiers, France, with victories against Estonia, Poland, Israel, Romania, and Italy.


Angelo Tsagarakis led all scorers with 43 points, which was the best mark among all players throughout the qualification phase, as he finished ahead of the number one ranked 3x3 player in the world, Dusan Bulut, and Spanish ACB League player Alex Llorca.


Angelo Tsagarakis finished in the top 3 scorers of the 4th FIBA 3x3 World Cup, in Nantes, with 46 points in 7 games, and led team France to the bronze medal, which was the second world medal in the history of French 3x3 basketball in the senior category.


Angelo Tsagarakis distinguished himself by winning the 3 point shootout contest over of Dutch national team player Joey Schelvis and Czech national team Michaela Uhrova, who was MVP of the 2016 World Cup.


Angelo Tsagarakis led the team in scoring, with 19 points in 3 games.


Angelo Tsagarakis participated in the long distance shootout contest and finished second behind the Russian national team player Alexander Zakharov.


Angelo Tsagarakis started competing on the professional FIBA 3x3 stage in 2015 and met immediate success as he finished the year the number 1 french player in the FIBA rankings.


Angelo Tsagarakis won back to back 3x3 Open de France in 2015 and 2016 and came back in 2020 to win a third title in three participations while clinching tournament MVP honors in the process.


Angelo Tsagarakis is the son of Antonis and Maryse Tsagarakis.


Angelo Tsagarakis speaks four languages fluently: French, English, Spanish, and Greek.


Angelo Tsagarakis graduated from Oregon State University in 2007, with a Bachelor of Science in International Business, along with a minor in Spanish.


Angelo Tsagarakis studied E-Commerce at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona in 2008.


Angelo Tsagarakis was an NCAA Student-Athlete academic achievement recipient in 2005,2006, and 2007.


Angelo Tsagarakis's sister, Catherine Tsagarakis-Ostrowski, is a Lyon, France veterinary school graduate.


Angelo Tsagarakis is a former high school teammate, and close friend of, former college basketball standout and Olympian with the Nigerian national basketball team, Josh Akognon.