ROCHESTER, Minn.  – Three Rochester community college football players have been named in a criminal complaint for the beating of  a rival team’s coach, pummeling him unconscious. A second coach was also assaulted, according to the criminal complaint, It’s all on tape, police said. It happened October 24. The RCTC Yellowjackets were hosting Minnesota West Community College of Worthington. Named in the complaint:

> Shan Fiorenza, age 21, 175 pounds, from Las Vegas, Nevada.

> Akim Richmond, 21, 216 pounds. from Hawkins, Texas.

>Amonte Young, 20, 189 pounds, from Newberry, Florida.

Fiorenza and Richmond were charged with third-degree assault and two counts of fifth-degree assault.

What happened

This, according to the criminal complaint, witnesses and the videotape, is what happened: After the game Fiorenza threw punches at a Worthington coach. Responding, the coach grabbed Fiorenza. The player then punched the coach in the face five times. Then Richmond joined in. The two threw the coach to the ground and continued punching him. The coach blacked out. He was treated at a hospital for a concussion. The second Worthington coach was assaulted but less seriously hurt. Worthington won the game 29-28.

Jeff Linder. Worthington’s head football coach for 27 years.  The names of which coaches were assaulted is shielded in the criminal complaint. Besides Linde, the coaches are Ben Devries, Connor Kunkel, Brad Holinka, Mike Preuss.

Fiorenza. Defensive back.

Young. Wide receiver.

Richmond. Wide receiver. Missed team photo shoot.