Tony Chennault to Transfer

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Wake Forest sophomore point guard Tony Chennault will leave Wake Forest University and the Demon Deacon basketball program following the conclusion of the spring semester, head coach Jeff Bzdelik announced on Tuesday.
March 21, 2012

Chennault Talks Championship

Wake Forest basketball signee Tony Chennault joined fellow signee Carson Desrosiers as a state champion this past week, leading his Neumann-Goretti High squad to a state title. DeaconSports caught up with the future Demon Deacon point guard following his team's title win to talk about his season and plans going forward.
March 28, 2010

East Coast Guard Scores Big In League Play

Reporter Mike Sullivan updates the summer of East Coast guard prospect Tony Chennault, who is finishing off his summer with some productive games in league play ...
August 26, 2009

Pauls Praises Wake Forest Recruit's Play

Reporter Mike Sullivan had a chance to speak to Team NJABC head coach Matt Pauls about the play so far of Tony Chennault, who is a key member of the successful AAU boys basketball team ...
July 26, 2009

Postseason Q&A: Tony Chennault

The word that best describes Tony Chennault is "winner." That is something he and his teammates did quite a bit last season at Neumann Goretti. Chennault led his team to a Catholic League title as well as a District championship while averaging around 19 points, 8 rebounds, and 7 assists.
April 4, 2009

Deacs Add Leader In Chennault

The newest member of the Demon Deacon family is 2010 point guard Tony Chennault. The 6'1 lead man from Philadelphia is excited to join coach Gaudio's program and plans to bring a lot to the table when he arrives. DeaconSports spoke with Chennault to get his thoughts on why Wake was right for him.
August 5, 2008

Chenault Headed To The ACC

Tony Chenault knew what he wanted to do. The junior point from Philadelphia made up his mind on Tuesday.
August 5, 2008

Las Vegas: Day Four, Part B

LAS VEGAS – Terrence Shannon took center stage in a big matchup but later suffered an injury. His Atlanta Celtics are alive at the Super 64. Meanwhile, Michael Snaer's Inland team bowed out at the hands of D-One Sports at Reebok's event.
July 26, 2008