FORT CARSON, Colo. (CBS4)– Two Fort Carson soldiers have been accused of raping a high school student.

The attack allegedly happened in October 2014 after a party in the victim’s home.

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The 17-year-old victim told police she was feeling sick after she had been drinking and went upstairs. The soldiers, Spc. Noel Acevedo-Mercado, 20, and Pvt. 1st Class John Donathan, 19, allegedly followed her and took turns assaulting her.

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The victim reported the assault to police the next day but could not remember the soldiers’ names.

Authorities say they got a break in the case after one of the party-goers recorded a phone conversation with Acevedo-Mercado, during which the soldier allegedly expressed regret over the sexual assault. They are facing sexual assault charges.

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Army records show both men enlisted in the Army in 2013 and are stationed at Fort Carson. Neither soldier has deployed to war.