The university has administered about 20,000 tests.
It also announced new ways technology will be used to track the virus' spread.
The positive results span 10 different teams.
The university has been offering free coronavirus testing to all campus community members every weekday since Monday, and it will continue to do so through Sept. 4.
Don’t go alone, wear a mask, be prepared for the possibility of being tear gassed, and more.
Pines fielded questions from students and parents during his Thursday interview on The Kojo Nnamdi Show.
The tests returned a 1.04 percent positivity rate, which is below the state’s average positivity rate of 3.8 percent, according to a campuswide email.
Voluntary football workouts have been suspended.
The university is also creating an Americans with Disabilities Act coordinator position, Pines announced.