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Sexual assault reported on TCU campus

Fort Worth police received a report of a sexual assault on TCU’s campus at 2900 Stadium Drive.
Fort Worth police received a report of a sexual assault on TCU’s campus at 2900 Stadium Drive.

A Sept. 26 sexual assault on the TCU campus was reported to Fort Worth police Monday night.

The assault occurred around 2 a.m. at 2900 Stadium Drive, according to a police incident report, which listed the victim as an 18-year-old female.

The victim said an acquaintance forced her into performing a sexual act, said Sgt. Steven Enright, a police spokesman.

The location is on the block of Stadium between Cantey Street and Bellaire Drive, near Amon G. Carter Stadium, the university's student union and recreation center and Moncrief dorm.

Fort Worth police could not confirm whether the victim is a TCU student.

No arrest had been made Tuesday.

The sexual assault is the seventh reported on TCU's campus this calendar year, according to the TCU police crime log.

At the 10,033-student campus, 11 sexual assaults were reported last year as well as in 2013 and 2012. Five were reported in 2011.

At the University of Texas at Arlington, with 34,870 students, 10 forcible sex offenses were reported in 2014 and 2012 and five in 2013, according to the university’s annual security report.

At the University of North Texas, 36,216 students, the numbers were 18 in 2014, seven in 2013 and four in 2012. And at Southern Methodist University, 11,272 students, seven forcible sex offenses were reported in 2014, five in 2013 and five in 2012.

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