UConn junior Enosch Wolf, arrested on Feb. 11 in a domestic dispute, had his case continued Wednesday. His next court appearance will be April 24.
Charged with criminal trespassing, disorderly conduct and burglary, Wolf hasn’t yet entered a plea, according to his attorney, Rob Britt. Wolf continues to focus on “compliance with court-ordered counseling and treatment, his classes and upcoming exams,” Britt said.
The 7-foot-1 center was suspended indefinitely following his arrest. He missed UConn’s final eight games. At the time of the suspension, UConn coach Kevin Ollie said, “We are aware of the situation concerning Enosch and we are taking the matter very seriously. He has been suspended from the team indefinitely, until the legal and university process is finalized.”
Right now, it’s unclear if Wolf will return next season.
If he does, he’ll re-join a frontcourt that includes Tyler Olander and incoming freshmen Kentan Facey and Amida Brimah. Both newcomers possess great length and athleticism, but are considered raw offensively and physically underdeveloped. Wolf could be in line for the starting spot if he’s brought back.