At Princeton — 2015: led Princeton with 1.76 digs per set … had double-digit digs in four matches, including season-best 15 in home win over Saint Francis … had 13 multiple-assist matches, including five in victory over nationally ranked Cal-State Northridge. 2014: named to the All-EIVA First Team … ranked fourth in the league and 11th nationally with 2.47 digs per set … recorded career-best 18 digs to lead Princeton past Harvard in the EIVA semifinal … had 10 matches with double-digit digs, including 11 in first win over Penn State since 1998 … averaged more than 15 digs in three matches against Harvard … had five assists apiece in EIVA wins over Saint Francis and Rutgers-Newark. 2013: started every match for Princeton at libero and led team with 2.1 digs per set … competed for the U.S. Junior National team for the second straight summer … recorded double-digit digs in nine matches, including season-high 14 in home win over Sacred Heart … had double-digit digs in wins over two nationally ranked teams (UC Santa Barbara and Harvard) … had season-high four assists in win at Saint Francis. 2012: led Princeton and ranked seventh in the EIVA with 2.12 digs per set … competed for the U.S. Junior National Team in the summer … recorded career high 17 digs in 3-2 win at George Mason; victory sent Princeton to the EIVA playoffs … had nine matches with at least 10 digs … averaged .36 assists per set, including four in matches against both Sacred Heart and Juniata … served as starting libero his entire freshman season.
Before Princeton - helped Mira Costa to 69-4 record over final two years ... team won Division II regional championship as a junior and finished second in CIF Division I ... as a senior, led team to CIF Division I quarterfinals ... all-area first-team honoree ... Bay League Defensive Player of the Year ... served as starting libero for pair of bronze medalist teams at the Junior Olympics (U16 and U17) ... also competed at two other Junior Olympics and placed in Top 15 both times ... competed in A2 High Performance Camp ... four-time scholar athlete ... three-time academic honoree for the California Scholastic Foundation.
Personal - born Feb. 11, 1993 ... son of Martin and Linda Ensbury ... both parents are real estate investors for ML Commercial Properties, Inc ... Tony spends his free time working with at-risk-youth helping them avoid drugs and violence ... has two older brothers, Martin and Nick ... enjoys skiing, the beach and playing Xbox ... hopes to study Economics at Princeton.
Unofficial Team Role — Defensive Coordinator
|Hometown:||Manhattan Beach, Calif.|
|High School:||Mira Costa|