Error in COVID-19 Test Reading Cause Postponement of GSU-Charlotte Game

It was announced today that the positive COVID tests that caused Georgia State to postpone Saturday’s scheduled game at Charlotte at noon at Jerry Richardson Stadium turned out to be the result of errors in reading the test results.

The team will return to practice on Monday to begin preparations to face East Carolina this Saturday at Center Parc Stadium at noon. The GSU-Charlotte game has not yet been rescheduled.

“The disappointing news is that we could have played on Saturday. More importantly, the positive news is we are not dealing with an outbreak at this time. We appreciate the professionalism shown by [Charlotte Director of Athletics] Mike Hill and Coach [Will] Healy throughout the past 48 hours. We look forward to hosting East Carolina on Saturday, Oct. 3 at Center Parc Stadium.” said GSU Director of Athletics Charlie Cobb.