A Payne County jury has convicted Oklahoma State athlete Darrell Williams of three of five felony counts stemming from allegations that he sexually assaulted two women at a Stillwater house party.
The eight-man, four-woman jury began deliberations at 12:20 p.m. Monday after hearing closing arguments from both sides in the case.
The panel notified the judge nearly eight and a half hours later the group had reached a verdict.
Williams has been on trial for two weeks on four counts of rape by instrumentation and one count of sexual battery. Jurors came back with guilty verdicts on two rape counts and the sexual battery count.
A conviction on rape by instrumentation carries a sentence of no less than one year and no more than 15 years in prison. Sexual battery can carry a sentence of up to 10 years.
Williams, charged early last year following an investigation into the December 2010 allegations, has continued to receive a scholarship to OSU and practice with the team. Oklahoma State men's basketball head coach Travis Ford, who testified on Williams' behalf last week, said Williams was suspended from playing in games but continues to participate in all other team activities.
The two women Williams was accused of assaulting also testified, detailing for jurors when and how they were attacked.