Auburn soccer will have to wait to play its second match of the season following positive tests within the Texas A&M team, per the SEC on Twitter.
The Tigers were scheduled to travel to College Station, Texas, for a Sept. 27 match against the Aggies.
According to the SEC’s parameters for the 2020 season, “matches may move to Thursday on the fifth weekend of the season for make-up dates.”
It is the second SEC soccer game to be postponed this season, after the Florida vs. Missouri game on Sept. 19 was postponed due to positive tests within the Florida team.
The current SEC soccer guidelines require two weekly polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests and highly recommend a third. All players who test positive for COVID-19 are required to isolate for 10 days following a positive test or an onset of symptoms according to the SEC Medical Task Force guidelines.
The Tigers' next game will be on Oct. 3 at LSU.
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