A former Ouachita Baptist University wrestler received five years probation following charges of alleged sexual assault.

A former Ouachita Baptist University wrestler received five years probation following charges of alleged sexual assault.
The rape trial of Trevor Kleis of McKinney, Texas was brought to a close earlier this week.
Kleis stood accused of the Class Y felony that was alleged to have occurred in February of last year during a “hammocking” getaway with a Henderson State University student.
Proceedings began Monday and continued until a recess at approximately 5 p.m. before resuming on Tuesday and continuing late into the evening hours.
At one point, jury deliberations ended in a hung jury. Jurors returned for further deliberation before returning with a verdict.
Although Kleis was initially charged with rape, which could have carried a sentence of five to 20 years in prison, the jury found the defendant guilty of second-degree sexual assault.
In addition to his probation, Kleis will be required to register as a sex offender.