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UConn hoops player gets case continued

Updated 12:02 am, Thursday, February 14, 2013

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  • Connecticut center Enosch Wolf (1) looks to pass while being defended by Providence guard Kris Dunn (3) and  forward LaDontae Henton (23) during the second half of a NCAA college basketball game Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013, in Providence, R.I. Connecticut won 82-79 in overtime. (AP Photo/Stew Milne) Photo: Stew Milne, Associated Press / FR56276 AP

    Connecticut center Enosch Wolf (1) looks to pass while being defended by Providence guard Kris Dunn (3) and forward LaDontae Henton (23) during the second half of a NCAA college basketball game Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013, in Providence, R.I. Connecticut won 82-79 in overtime. (AP Photo/Stew Milne)

    Photo: Stew Milne, Associated Press

 

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UConn center Enosch Wolf was arraigned at Rockville Superior Court Wednesday on charges of third-degree burglary, criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.

His case was continued to March 20.

Wolf, 22, was arrested at 5:55 a.m. Monday following a dispute with a female student. Police said Wolf grabbed the hair of the victim and pushed her head. Wolf also knocked the glasses off of the victim's face with his hand, according to the report.

"I just want to say I'm sorry and I apologize for what I put the university through, what I put the coaches through, the people at the university, my teammates and my family," Wolf said after his appearance Wednesday.

In a statement Monday, UConn head coach Kevin Ollie said Wolf will remain suspended "until the legal and university process is finalized." Given that Wolf will not appear in court until March 20 -- 11 days after UConn's season ends -- it seems unlikely that he'll return this year.

Wolf continues to live on campus and take classes, according to his attorney, Robert Britt. The victim in the case was granted a partial protective order, which allows contact between the two parties.

UConn (16-6, 6-4 Big East) played host to Big East leader Syracuse (20-3, 8-2) Wednesday night in what could be the final meeting of a long-standing rivalry.

kduffy@newstimes.com; @KevinRDuffy

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