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As of September 1986, the NCAA implemented a drug-testing program for NCAA
competition. In addition, all student-athletes at Louisiana State University will be
subjected to drug screening according to both the University and Southeastern
Conference guidelines.
Rationale for Drug Testing
The drug-testing program was initiated to provide clean equitable competition for
student-athletes competing in NCAA championships in all sports. The goal of LSU’s
illicit drug use prevention and screening policy is twofold:
1. To prevent use of illicit drugs by members of all University athletic teams. 2. To detect and then educate and rehabilitate those team members who have
Drug Testing Procedure
The drug-testing program involves urine collection at NCAA certified championship
events and laboratory analysis for substances on a list of banned drugs developed by the
NCAA Executive Committee. This list includes illegal drugs as well as many over-the-
counter medications. In addition, LSU Athletic Department, through the use of an
independent private testing firm, shall, from time to time, screen or test members of all
athletic teams for the presence of illicit drugs. All test results will be reported to the
Athletic Director and/or designee. The Athletic Director will notify the head coach of the
sport in which the student-athlete’s urine sample has a positive result.
Drugs That Are Tested
The testing list is comprised of drugs generally purported to be performance enhancing
and/or potentially harmful to the health and safety of the student-athlete. The drug
classes specifically include stimulants (such as amphetamines and cocaine), anabolic
steroids, “street drugs” as well as other drugs. For a full list of banned substances, refer
to page 3 of this document or your student handbook.
NCAA-- Ineligibility for Use of Banned Drugs
Bylaw provides that a student-athlete who is found to have utilized a substance
on the list of banned drugs shall be declared ineligible for further participation in
postseason and regular-season competition during the time period ending one calendar
year after the student-athlete’s positive drug test. Furthermore, the student-athlete shall be
charged with the loss of a minimum of one season of competition in all sports if the
season of competition has not yet begun for that student-athlete or a minimum of the
equivalent of one full season of competition in all sports if the student-athlete tests
positive during his or her season of competition. The student-athlete shall remain
ineligible for all regular- season and post-season competition during the time period
ending one calendar year (i.e. 365 days) after the student-athlete’s positive drug test and
until the student-athlete tests negative (in accordance with the testing methods authorized
by the Executive Committee) and the student-athlete’s eligibility is restored by the
Committee on Student-Athlete Reinstatement.

If the student-athlete tests positive a second time for the use of any drug, other than a
“street drug”, he or she shall lose all remaining regular season and post season eligibility
in all sports. If the student-athlete tests positive for the use of a “street drug” after being
restored to eligibility, he or she will lose a minimum of one additional season of
competition in all sports and also shall remain ineligible for regular season and
postseason competition at least through the next calendar year. Bylaw also
provides that the Executive Committee shall adopt a list of banned drugs and authorize
methods for drug testing of student-athletes on a year round basis.
In addition, as stated in Bylaw, a student-athlete under a drug-testing
suspension from a national or international sports governing body that has adopted the
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) code shall not participate in NCAA intercollegiate
competition for the duration of the suspension.

Note: All tobacco products are banned both institutionally and by the NCAA during any
practice, competition or athletically related event.
Additional Information
The following page is a complete list of NCAA banned substances including banned
nutritional substances. For more information on the NCAA Drug Testing Program, go to
You may also contact your coach, the compliance department or look in your student-
athlete handbook for additional information.
NCAA Banned-Drug Classes
The NCAA list of banned-drug classes is subject to change by (c) Substances Banned for Specific Sports:
the NCAA Executive Committee. Contact NCAA education services or for the current list. The term “related compounds” comprises substances that are included in the class by their pharmacological action and/or chemical structure. No
substance belonging to the prohibited class may be used,
and related compounds
regardless of whether it is specifically listed as an example.
Many nutritional/dietary supplements contain NCAA banned (d) Diuretics:
substances. In addition, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not strictly regulate the supplement industry; therefore purity and safety of nutritional dietary supplements cannot be guaranteed. Impure supplements may lead to a positive NCAA drug test. The use of supplements is at the student-athlete’s own risk. Student-athletes should contact their institution’s team physician or athletic trainer for further information. Bylaw 31.2.3. Banned Drugs
The following is a list of banned-drug classes, with examples of
substances under each class:
and related compounds
(a) Stimulants:
(e) Street Drugs:
(f) Peptide Hormones and Analogues :
All the respective releasing factors of the above-mentioned
substances also are banned:
(g) Definitions of positive depends on the following:
1for caffeine—if the concentration in urine exceeds 15 and related compounds
2for testosterone—if the administration of testosterone or use of any other manipulation has the result of increasing the ratio (b) Anabolic Agents:
of the total concentration of testosterone to that of anabolic
epitestosterone in the urine to greater than 6:1, unless there is evidence that this ratio is due to a physiological or 3for marijuana and THC—if the concentration in the urine of and related compounds
other anabolic agents



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