Kobe accuser not enrolled for sophomore year

GREELEY, Colo. -- The woman who accused Los Angeles Lakers
star Kobe Bryant of raping her has not returned to the University
of Northern Colorado for her sophomore year.

The 19-year-old Eagle woman was not enrolled as of Tuesday, the
second day of classes, UNC spokeswoman Gloria Reynolds said.

An attorney for the woman did not immediately return a call.
Reynolds said she did not know why the woman did not return to

Bryant, 25, is charged with assaulting the woman June 30 at the
Edwards resort hotel where she worked. He has said the two had
consensual sex.

Bryant faces an Oct. 9 preliminary hearing to determine whether
he will stand trial on a charge of felony sexual assault.

The woman's freshman year at Northern Colorado in Greeley, a
farm community 60 miles north of Denver, was interrupted Feb. 25
when she was rushed to a hospital by ambulance.

Campus police chief Terry Urista said the woman "was a danger
to herself," but refused to characterize the episode as a suicide