U.S. women’s soccer midfielder Lindsey Horan tested positive for the coronavirus and will miss the rematch of the 2019 World Cup final against the Netherlands on Nov. 27, the U.S. Soccer Federation announced Wednesday.

Horan, 26, received the diagnosis as part of pre-trip testing procedures. No others tested positive, the USSF said. The players are expected to begin arriving in the Netherlands on Friday.

Horan, who plays for the Portland Thorns in the National Women’s Soccer League, is “doing well” and “observing the appropriate quarantine protocols,” the USSF said.

Jaelin Howell, a junior midfielder at Florida State, will replace Horan, who has scored 19 goals in 86 U.S. appearances and was a member of the 2019 World Cup squad that defeated the Netherlands in the final, 2-0.

On Sunday, Howell, 20, scored twice in the Seminoles’ 3-2 victory over North Carolina in the ACC final in Cary, N.C.

Last month, she participated in a U.S. training camp in greater Denver. Howell is seeking her first appearance with the senior squad after 29 games with the under-20 team.

The only other college player invited this week was Stanford’s Catarina Macario, who will train with the team but isn’t likely to be eligible to play in the match. A naturalized citizen from Brazil, she is awaiting FIFA eligibility.

The match against the Netherlands is the first for Coach Vlatko Andonovski’s team since the SheBelieves Cup in March.

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