BOZEMAN — At least one Montana State football player has tested positive for COVID-19, multiple sources close to the program told MTN Sports.
The case comes after the university opened up some of its facilities for voluntary athletics-related workouts on June 1, the same day that Governor Steve Bullock announced that Montana was moving into Phase 2 of its reopening plan. According to the sources, a Bobcat football player tested positive late last week.
MSU football players have voluntarily been working out in small groups. The group with which the player was working out has been quarantined for two weeks.