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Calif. coach accused of sexually assaulting student

Donald Tisher

Stockton Police via CBS Sacramento

STOCKTON, Calif. -- A former California sheriff's deputy and college coach is accused of sexually assaulting a student athlete, reports CBS Sacramento.

Donald Tisher, a track and field coach at San Joaquin Delta College, allegedly sexually assaulted the student in her Stockton home, the station reports, citing the Stockton Police Department. The victim was unconscious during the alleged attack, the DA tells the station.

School officials reportedly did not return repeated calls about Tisher's employment status.

According to the Stockton Record, the 56-year-old Tisher knew the 18-year-old victim. Authorities would not specify the nature of their relationship, but said it was not romantic.

Tisher was arraigned Wednesday and is being held without bail, reports the paper.

Stockton is about 50 miles south of Sacramento.