UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (AP) — A police officer convicted of beating a University of Maryland student in 2010 after a rowdy student celebration that followed the Maryland basketball team's win over Duke is scheduled to be sentenced.

Prince George's County police Cpl. James Harrison was found guilty of second-degree assault in October and is set to be sentenced Friday.

Harrison was one of two officers charged with assaulting then-student John McKenna during the celebration. The incident was captured on video by another student.

A judge had dismissed first-degree assault charges against both officers. And a jury later found the second officer, Cpl. Reginald Baker, not guilty of assault and misconduct.