The father and son accused of assaulting a referee after a UW-Rock County vs. UW-Waukesha basketball game last month pleaded not guilty Monday in Waukesha County Court.

Jamal M. Mosley, 41, and his son, J’shon N. Mosley, 20, both of Madison, were released on signature bonds after their initial court appearances, court records indicate.

The two are charged with battery and disorderly conduct in the Jan. 3 incident.

Jamal Mosley was the UW-Rock men’s basketball coach at the time. He has since resigned.

J’shon Mosley was videotaping the game, the criminal complaint indicates, but a UW Colleges spokeswoman has said he was not employed by and was not a student at the college.

The incident appears to have occurred when Jamal Mosely, unhappy with the officiating, accosted the referee after the game, according to the criminal complaint.

Hearings in both cases were set for March 21. The Mosleys were ordered to have no contact with the victim or with witnesses except each other. does not condone or review every comment. Read more in our Commenter Policy Agreement

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