Seminoles defensive back Ronald Darby and defensive lineman Chris Casher could be disciplined as a result of multiple allegations for violating the school's code of conduct for their involvement in the Dec. 7, 2012, incident in which Winston was not charged with felony sexual assault after the state attorney cited a lack of evidence.
Reports citing Winston attorney, Baine P. Kerr, indicated that the Heisman Trophy winner also was expected to testify on Tuesday, but that proved not to be the case.
"Jameis was never notified or asked to attend Tuesday's hearing," Tim Jansen told WCTV. ”Instead, Winston, a member of the Seminoles baseball team, is currently in North Carolina to participate in the ACC stick-and-ball tournament."
Winston is a pitcher for the Florida State baseball team, which is in Greensboro, N.C., this week for the conference tournament.
Casher and Darby are Winston's roommates and expected to be contributors to Florida State's defense this fall.
Casher acknowledged that he used a cell phone to take video of Winston's sexual encounter with the accuser, which is a code of conduct violation at the university, The two also are charged with conduct of a sexual nature that creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive environment for another person.