A former Utah State University football player was convicted of sexually assaulting six women while he was in college, The Utah Statesman reported.
Torrey Green, 25, who played linebacker at the university, was found guilty of five counts of rape, one count of forcible sexual abuse and one count of object rape, the newspaper reported. The charges stemmed from allegations between 2013 and 2015.
Green was found not guilty of one count of forcible sexual abuse, one count of object rape and one count of aggravated kidnapping. The jury found him not guilty of one count of forcible sexual abuse, but guilty of a lesser charge of sexual battery, the Statesman reported.
“There were convictions for all six of these survivors,” Deputy Cache County Attorney Spencer Walsh told reporters after the verdicts were read. “We’re very happy about that. They were believed.”
A jury comprised of five men and three women deliberated for 13 hours before reaching a verdict, the Statesman reported.
Green faces up to life in prison when he is sentenced March 27, The Salt Lake Tribune reported.
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