Wide receiver Keyon Dilosa (shown in a 2015 game) has two catches for 7 yards in three games this season.
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COLUMBIA, Mo. — Missouri wide receiver Keyon Dilosa has been suspended indefinitely after he was arrested before dawn Wednesday and accused by a witness of punching a woman in the face.
A Boone County jailer says Dilosa was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor third-degree domestic assault. A police report says the witness reported that Dilosa argued with the woman outside a bar before hitting her. The 21-year-old was later released after posting $1,000 bond. No charges were immediately filed.
Associate athletic director Chad Moller says the school is “aware of the situation and addressing it internally.”
Dilosa doesn't have a listed phone number and didn't immediately respond to an email from The Associated Press. The sophomore from Round Rock, Texas, played in three games this season, catching two passes for 7 yards.
Dilosa is the fourth Missouri football player to be arrested this season. Standout running back Damarea Crockett was booked for possession of 35 grams or less of marijuana on Nov. 20, costing him a one-game suspension against Arkansas that ended the season for the Tigers.