Pitt Resumes Practice

Per the Pitt Sports SID

Pitt Set to Resume Camp after Thursday Pause

PITTSBURGH—The University of Pittsburgh canceled its Thursday football training camp practice after several student-athletes displayed symptoms that can be associated with COVID-19.

“Our medical team decided it was in everyone’s best interest to temporarily pause our Thursday training camp activities so that we could test symptomatic players per our protocol,” Director of Athletics Heather Lyke said. “Based on negative test results received late today, it has been determined that we can safely resume practice on Friday.” 

The Panthers opened camp on August 7 and have held five practices to date.