These are the schools reporting coronavirus cases within their athletic programs
Updated 7:15 AM ET, Thu July 9, 2020
(CNN)The list of athletics programs in universities across the US reporting coronavirus cases is growing.
From Auburn University to the University of Central Florida, dozens of athletes have tested positive after returning to campus in recent weeks, prompting questions about the possibility of some college sports returning when the fall semester begins.
The NCAA began to allow voluntary athletics activities in all Division I sports in June, and the organization has said that all the formats, timelines and previously determined sites for fall championships remain unchanged.
"We continue to acknowledge the ongoing uncertainty about the spread of the virus and the different actions and approaches states are taking to address it may cause modifications to be made to the playing and practice seasons and the championships as matters progress," Lynda Tealer, Division I Competition Oversight Committee chair, said in a release.
"Further, we will remain nimble to react to a fluid and unpredictable environment in ways that protect the health, safety and well-being of student-athletes, coaches, administrators and spectators," she said.
See the list of impacted schools below:
Seven athletes from three of the school's sports programs tested positive in early June. All were asymptomatic and would remain in quarantine for 14 days, the university said.
Three football players from the university in Alabama tested positive, an Auburn athletics spokesperson confirmed to CNN. The three athletes were asymptomatic and placed in self-isolation in a dorm away from the rest of the team.
The Clemson athletics department said Friday that 315 student-athletes and staff have been tested for Covid-19 -- and that 28 of those tests came back positive, in a news release. Of those, 23 are from football players, a Clemson spokesman tells CNN. From those 23, two are from last week's initial round of testing.
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