Oklahoma State wrestler Kyle Crutchmer was arrested Friday after being charged with threatening an act of violence and malicious injury to property in Tulsa County.
Crutchmer, 19, is accused of threatening to kill a man on Aug. 6 and then punching his vehicle, according to the court filing. He is scheduled to be arraigned Sept. 17 on the charges, both misdemeanors.
Crutchmer was charged Thursday, and a warrant was issued for his arrest the same day.
He was booked into the Tulsa Jail on Friday morning and released less than two hours later on a $1,000 bond for each count.
At Tulsa Union High School, Crutchmer won two Class 6A titles, went undefeated his senior year and twice was the Tulsa World's All-Metro Wrestler of the Year.
Crutchmer also played for four state-championship football teams and was a second-team All-Metro defensive back.
OU ROWING TEAM HAS TWO HOME RACES
The University of Oklahoma rowing program announced its 2012-2013 season schedule, and the Sooners will have two home races. The season opens Sept. 29-30 with the Head of the Oklahoma on the Oklahoma River; and then the OU Invitational on March 9-10, also on the Oklahoma River.
The Sooners will race nine times outside of the state. The highlight of the road schedule is Oct. 20-21, the Head of the Charles event in Boston. Approximately 2,000 boats and 9,000 athletes will participate in the world's largest two-day rowing event.
After the Nov. 3-4 races in Chattanooga, Tenn., the Sooners will take a reprieve for the winter months. The season will continue March 9-10 with the OU Invitational.
*Oklahoma's Costin Pavel and Dane Webb were ranked No. 1 in the nation for doubles, when the Intercollegiate Tennis Association released its preseason rankings on Monday. The All-Americans reached the NCAA Doubles Championships' semifinals last spring. Paval was also ranked No. 6 in singles.
*The No. 22-ranked OU men's golf team opened the fall season with a seventh-place finish at the Gopher Invitational in Wayzata, Minn. The Sooners had a 48-over-par 912 for three days. No. 2-ranked California won the event with a 2-under 862.
The Sooners' top individual was Beau Titsworth, who finished in a tie for 15th. Titsworth shot an 8-over 224 in his collegiate debut.