ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A former teacher at the U.S. Naval Academy is facing allegations he sexually assaulted a student in 2011.

An academy spokesman says testimony ended Tuesday in a military court hearing. The teacher was not identified by the academy. The alleged incidents happened after two female students attended a traditional croquet match between the academy and neighboring St. John’s College.

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William Ferris, an attorney representing the teacher, said Wednesday that statements made by the two women to Navy investigators and at a hearing were not consistent. He contends none of the allegations happened.

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Cmdr. William Marks, an academy spokesman, said Wednesday the case will be reviewed to decide whether it warrants a court martial.

The teacher, who is 43, faces charges of fraternization, aggravated sexual assault and conduct unbecoming an officer.

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