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() Former college rugby player is found guilty of raping a fellow student five years ago in his dorm room after she threw up drunk and passed out in his bed A former Williams College, Massachusetts student has been found guilty of raping a classmate during an on-campus party in 2014 Yoonsang Bae, 27, was convicted in Berkshire Superior Court Friday of a single count of rape Bae and the then 19-year-old victim attended an event together on the Williams College campus The woman returned to Bae's room with him after the event for a drink but became sick from the alcohol and passed out on Bae's bed When she awoke, she testified, Bae was raping her and continued even when she demanded he stop The victim reported the incident to New York authorities and underwent a sexual assault examination at a New York hospital The Williamstown Police Department conducted a criminal investigation and the college suspended Bae for two years 

By James Gordon For Dailymail.com

Published: 02:29 BST, 7 September 2019 | Updated: 03:41 BST, 7 September 2019

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A former student at the prestigious Williams College in Massachusetts has been found guilty of raping a woman who passed out drunk in his dorm room after a night of drinking five years ago.

Yoonsang Bae, 27, was found guilty by Judge Michael Callan on Friday in relation to the incident which occurred in 2014.

The 19-year-old victim, who was also a student at Williams College at the time, testified that after attending an event with Bae, she returned to his room for a drink. 

Yoonsang Bae, 27, was convicted in Berkshire Superior Court Friday of a single count of rape

Yoonsang Bae, 27, was convicted in Berkshire Superior Court Friday of a single count of rape

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