WKU Athletics announced Monday afternoon that a student-athlete who displayed symptoms of COVID-19 from the women's soccer program has tested positive. 

This is the second case that the athletic department has announced. WKU Athletics announced its first COVID-19 case, a staff member who was asymptomatic, on July 14. 

The soccer program had a scheduled break from team activity later this week according to the release.

This is a developing story. The Herald has submitted questions to WKU Athletics spokesman Zach Greenwell and this story will be updated. 

Nick Kieser is the sports editor of the College Heights Herald. He previously worked as the baseball beat writer and covered general sport assignments. He’s also worked in athletics at Volunteer State Community College.