Authorities with the Centre County District Attorney’s office confirmed that a former Woodward sports camp coach, who was convicted of inappropriately touching a teenage gymnast, has been sentenced.
On Tuesday, a judge sentenced Nathaniel Singer to serve 2-and-a-half to five years in state prison, followed by three years of probation.
Officials say he must also register as a lifetime sex offender.
Earlier this year, Singer was convicted on multiple charges after being accused of groping a 13-year-old girl, in 2019, while serving as a gymnastics coach for the camp.
Singer denied the charges, saying he was never alone with the girl and only had contact with her while working with her on balance beam drills.
Singer has also been the subject of multiple lawsuits, in which he was accused of having sexual contact with other juveniles, including a 17-year-old, former junior counselor at the camp.
In March, one of those lawsuits was dismissed.