Paschal Chukwu to play at Providence College

Paschal Chukwu signs his National Letter of Intent on Nov. 14, to play basketball at Providence College. Standing (l-r) are: Tom Curran, assistant athletic director, Leo Redgate, head basketball coach, Fr. John Hanwell, S.J., Fairfield Prep president and Steve Donahue, athletic director.

Paschal Chukwu signs his National Letter of Intent on Nov. 14, to play basketball at Providence College. Standing (l-r) are: Tom Curran, assistant athletic director, Leo Redgate, head basketball coach, Fr. John Hanwell, S.J., Fairfield Prep president and Steve Donahue, athletic director.

Fairfield Prep senior Paschal Chukwu signed a National Letter of Intent with Providence College on Nov. 14, at a press conference held at the school.
Focus, determination and diligence have all contributed to Chukwu’s success at Fairfield Prep, where as a junior he led the Jesuits to the Class LL state championship game, where he had 12 points and 16 rebounds in a loss to Hillhouse High School.
For the season, Chukwu averaged 13.7 points, 12.1 rebounds and 6.8 blocks per game. He was the MVP of the Fairfield Prep Holiday Tournament, and was named to the MSG Varsity All-CT First Team, New Haven Register All-Area team and SCC All-Quinnipiac team. The Connecticut Post selected him as its MVP, and he was placed on the CHSCA Class LL All-State team.
Chukwu was a reserve attacker for the varsity soccer team when the Jesuits’ reached the Class LL state finals in the fall of 2012.
He has also been volunteering with the Kennedy Center bowling program for developmentally delayed adults.

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