Gabrielle Davis, a 19-year-old West Liberty volleyball player from Ohio, was rushing toward the officers with her arms outstretched while they were trying to arrest Tucci, the lieutenant said.
An officer grabbed her before she could reach the other officers, believing she would have put herself in the struggle between the officers and Tucci, the complaint said.
Both Tucci and Davis were charged with obstruction.
The crowd surrounded officers at one point and surged at them multiple times, Cooper said. At one point, he said, an officer was pinned down by several people in a pile.
He said the report from the scene didn't indicate anyone was injured. No officers were injured.
Jordan Stacey, a West Liberty's women's basketball player, apparently was injured in the fracas and posted to her Twitter account that she went to a local emergency room. She tweeted that doctors told her she had a cracked rib and pulled muscles.
She did not respond to requests for comment.
The four arrested were taken by paddy wagon to South Central Regional Jail. All were released on bond Sunday.
Calls to West Liberty's Sports Information Director Matt Watson, who is the son of James Watson, were not returned.
West Liberty President Robin C. Capeheart released at statement Sunday to WTOV, a Stuebenville, Ohio, television station, about the incident.
"West Liberty University has complete confidence in its administrators and respects their privacy in matters like this. We have no further comment at this time," Capeheart said.
Contact writer Ashley B. Craig at ashley.cr...@dailymail.com or 304-348-4850.