An assistant coach for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men’s soccer team is accused of raping a woman at a party, according to reports.
David Meyer was arrested and booked into the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center, according to FOX 21.
A woman reported that a male acquaintance she met at a party had sexually assaulted her in 2015, FOX 21 reported.
That investigation resulted in the arrest of Meyer, according to FOX 21. Police did not detail if Meyer knew the alleged victim before the party.
In addition to his position for the university, Meyer is also a full-time soccer coach with the Pride Soccer Club in Colorado Springs, FOX 21 reported.
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At the time of the reported assault, Meyer was not an employee with the Pride Soccer Club or UCCS, according to FOX 21.
The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs said they were unable to provide a comment on an open police case, FOX 21 reported. However, the university acknowledged that Meyer is a volunteer at the school, according to FOX 21.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Colorado Springs Police Department at (719) 444-7000.
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