LAWRENCE, Kan. -- The University of Kansas concluded that a former football player had non-consensual sex with one female student and violated the schools sexual harassment policy with another student who also alleges she was sexually assaulted, according to letters sent to the two women by a university official.The letters, obtained and posted by The Kansas City Star (http://bit.ly/2ckijM7 ), identify the former player as Jordan Goldenberg, of suburban St. Louis. He has not been charged with a crime.The two women, Daisy Tackett and Sarah McClure, who were rowers for the university, have separately sued the school, claiming they were sexually assaulted by Goldenberg at different times in the same residence hall. He was not identified or named as a defendant in the lawsuits.The letters from the universitys vice provost of student affairs, Tammara Durham, discusses the result of an investigation by the Institutional Opportunity and Access, which found that enough evidence existed to prove that Goldenberg violated the universitys sexual harassment policy and should be permanently expelled after his second sex-related offense.Goldenberg was effectively permanently expelled from the university and banned from campus for 10 years and was not to have contact with either woman in person or by any means of communication, according to the letters.Attorneys for Goldenberg say he strongly denies the sex-assault allegations and withdrew from the university for non-academic reasons in lieu of expulsion.The university has consistently refused to comment on the rowers lawsuits or the sexual-assault investigation and declined to comment on the content of the letters.Tacketts lawsuit against the university alleges she was sexually assaulted in Goldenbergs dorm room. McClure said in her lawsuit that Goldenberg sexually assaulted her in her dorm room.After his expulsion, Goldenberg, a long snapper, transferred to Indiana State University and was on that schools football roster this fall. But he was removed from the team last week after the schools athletics department and football team learned more information about Goldenberg and decided it was best for him to focus on obtaining his degree, an email to The Kansas City Star from Indiana State said.Goldenbergs former position coach at Kansas, Gary Hyman, was moved to an off-field role by Jayhawks coach David Beaty last December. He was hired as Indiana States special-teams coordinator in February but was suspended this week for two days and will miss the teams game Saturday.---Information from: The Kansas City Star, http://www.kcstar.comDiscount Balenciaga Shoes NZ . PETERSBURG, Fla. Balenciaga Shoes NZ . Vokoun departed practice on Saturday morning after discovering swelling in his thigh. 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They had set the standard for the remaining England batsmen by proving that the surface could be negotiated with disciplined batting.On the final day though, Ben Duckett and Joe Root - still new to the crease - found it difficult to answer questions posed by a disciplined India-bowling unit. Duckett was the first to fall for 0, to R Ashwin, after he failed to open his account in the 15 deliveries he faced.Moeen Ali, the centurion from the first Test, looked comfortable against the spinners until a Ravindra Jadeja delivery spun from the rough and induced an edge to leg gully. Englands ambitions of saving the Test was fading early and they looked to Root and Ben Stokes to bail them out of trouble.An inform Stokes, failed to replicate his first-innings heroics as debutant Jayant Yadav produced a faster delivery from around the wicket that drifted, as Stokes played back, and clipped the off stump. England was 1115 for 5 at that stage and any hopes of a revival looked bleak.ddddddddddddShami, who had been impressive through the Test, then produced a spell that foxed even an every-reliant Root and eventually dismissed him. The Shami delivery that dismissed Root, swung late and trapped him on the crease. Root reviewed the decision but Hawkeye proved the on-field umpire right. India had claimed five wickets and reduced the visitors to 142 for 7 at lunch.Jonny Bairstow remained unbeaten on a 57-ball 34, but the rest of the lower order managed just nine runs between them. Adil Rashid was Shamis second wicket of the innings.The biggest positives are how the fast bowlers bowled and Jayants debut, Kohli said. Its always priceless those contributions and it speaks volumes of his character. Im really happy for him. For a young guy to come in and tell me the field he wants, it shows he knows what he is doing. I knew the batsmen uncomfortable. Was lovely to have five bowlers who can pick up wickets. Weve been playing some really good cricket, we dont want to be complacent but dont want to be desperate, either. We respect England. ' ' '