Monday, August 3, 2015

Chennault to visit Villanova

Former Wake Forest basketball player Tony Chennault is scheduled to take an on-campus visit to Villanova on Thursday.

Chennault to visit Villanova


Former Wake Forest basketball player Tony Chennault is scheduled to take an on-campus visit to Villanova on Thursday.

The 6-foot-2 point guard is strongly considering transferring to the Big East Conference school.  Chennault, who just completed his sophomore season, will have two seasons of eligibility remaining.

The Neumann-Goretti High product started in all 31 games last season for the Deacons and averaged nine points and 2.8 assists. He, however, wanted to be closer to home.  

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