TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — A member of the Towson men’s basketball team tested positive for COVID-19 Monday, leading the organization to stop all team activities, the university said Tuesday.
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The positive test is the latest coronavirus-related headache for the team, which saw multiple games postponed earlier this month after a player tested positive. A support staff member also tested positive for the virus late last month.
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