A man who served as the fencing coach at public high schools in Fairfield, Connecticut has been arrested, accused of sexually assaulting a female Fairfield public school student.

John Tejada, 36, of Cheshire, was arrested at Fairfield Police Department on Thursday on a warrant charging him with sexual assault in the second degree.

Police said Tejada coached the Fairfield Warde and Ludlowe high school fencing teams from 2010 to 2012 and the arrest stems from an incident in 2012, in which he is accused of sexually assaulting a public school student.

Tejada was also a fencing coach at Wakeman’s Boys and Girls Club in Southport and was the primary coach at the Fairfield Fencing Academy, at 85 Mill Plain Road, Fairfield, Connecticut, according to Fairfield police.

Tejada was put on administrative leave from the Fairfield Board of Education on Feb. 23, 2012 and resigned shortly after that, according to police.

He was released on a $150,000 bond and is due in court on April 25.

Police said there might be additional victims.

This article was reported by NBC Connecticut. It is important to note that on John Tejada also served as a fencing coach in New Jersey before coming to Connecticut. He was featured in Connecticut Magazine and had worked at ESPN. He was a collegiate fencer at Notre Dame.