Enosch Wolf Apologetic After Court Date
“I’m sorry for what I put the university through, what I put the coaches through, the people of the university, my teammates and my family,” he said after a brief hearing before judge Edward Mullarkey at Rockville Superior Court.
Wolf, who was represented by attorney Rob Britt, had his case continued until March 20. A partial protective order was also granted to Wolf’s alleged victim.
Wolf, a 7-foot-1 junior from Germany, was arrested by UConn police at 5:55 a.m. Monday. According to a police report, officers were called to the LaFlesche building, a residential building on UConn’s campus. Upon arrival, police discovered that Wolf had been in a physical altercation with a female resident of the building. Wolf refused to leave the apartment when he was asked to and grabbed the hair of the victim and pushed her head, according to the report.
Wolf also knocked the glasses off the victim’s face with his hand. He continued to remain in the apartment and was subsequently arrested.
The partial protective order allows Wolf communication with the alleged victim, as opposed to a full protective order, which would bar him from any kind of contact. He is still living in his dorm and taking classes at UConn, but has been suspended indefinitely from the basketball team.