TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — Towson University announced on Saturday all activities for the men’s basketball team have been temporarily suspended due to a player testing positive for COVID-19.
The positive test came on Friday during morning testing for the team and was confirmed via PCR test on Saturday, the University said.READ MORE: Maryland State Police ID Fatal I-695 Car Crash Victim Friday As Dyondre Herron Of Baltimore
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Following COVID-19 safety guidelines, Towson’s home contests against George Washington on Dec. 7, La Salle on Dec. 16 and Morgan State on Dec. 19 have all been postponed.
Towson will attempt to reschedule some or all of these games, the University said.MORE NEWS: Highway Safety Advocacy Group Calling For New Attention To Fatal Crashes Putting Kids At Risk
The Tigers’ next scheduled game is on Dec. 22 at George Mason.