Oakland University puts basketball programs on hold after two coaches test positive

Posted at 2:22 PM, Nov 06, 2020

Oakland University has put its men's and women's basketball programs on hold after two coaches tested positive for COVID-19, the university confirmed Friday.

The university said Greg Kampe, head men's basketball coach, and Jeff Tungate, head women's basketball coach, are both COVID positive.

Both are reportedly experiencing mild symptoms and are during well.

"The basketball programs are taking the necessary steps and precautions to return to play safely," a spokesperson for the university said.

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