Following reports that multiple Alabama football players have tested positive for the coronavirus, Arkansas announced that one of its student-athletes has tested positive for the virus upon their return to campus.

The Razorbacks are following the necessary protocols and have the student-athlete self-isolating off campus. Arkansas did not, and has no plans to, name the student that has tested positive.

The school has welcomed back football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball teams to campus.

Arkansas AD Hunter Yurachek issued the following comment announcing the news and the school’s reaction to its first positive test.

“As we prepare to welcome back a group of student-athletes to our campus for voluntary workouts on Juen 8, we have received notification of our first Razorback student-athlete with COVID-19. The positive result was confirmed based on the results of a test conducted last week. I am pleased to report the student-athlete is doing well and self-isolating off campus.

“Our protocol has been enacted with a continued focus on providing the student-athlete with needed medical care and support while mitigating risk to others. As I shared previously, we knew it was a matter of if, but rather when a Razorback student-athlete would be confirmed positive. With respect for privacy, we do not plan on announcing or detailing each case as it may arise. However, it is important to use this opportunity to acknowledge the reality of the challenge ahead of us and affirm our continued commitment to the health, safety and well-being of our student-athletes, coaches and staff.