AUSTIN (March 7, 2013)—A jury was hearing testimony Thursday in the punishment phase of the trial of former University of Texas women's track equipment manager Rene Zamora, 32, whom jurors convicted Wednesday of secretly videotaping a student-athlete as she dressed in a shower locker room.
Zamora resigned in September 2010 after a complaint was filed by a track team member.
The jury convicted Zamora on six counts of improper photography or visual recording involving one woman.
He faces as much as two years behind bars on each state jail felony charge.
Zamora was charged with secretly taping at least 11 student-athletes over a three-year period.
No decision was immediately made on whether Zamora will face additional prosecution.