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					                            Montclair State University
                      Department of Intercollegiate Athletics

                                  Eligibility Packet
                                      2009-2010

     STUDENT ATHLETE: BE SURE TO CAREFULLY READ AND SIGN ALL
             ELIGIBILITY FORMS INCLUDED IN THIS PACKET

This packet includes:
    NJAC Code of Conduct
    MSU Academic Progress Standards
    NJAC Student Athlete Eligibility Statement
    NCAA Student Athlete Statement
    NCAA Drug Testing Consent Form

TRANSFER STUDENTS must also complete : MSU Eligibility Participation Chart with
releases from all schools previously attended

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS must also complete: NCAA International Student Form

Every student athlete must complete or update the permanent registration card each
academic year.

                 I certify that I have read, understood and signed all of the documents
                 in this packet. I have reviewed the NCAA summary of regulations
                 and have received information about the MSU Student Athlete
                 Handbook on-line at www.montclair.edu/athletics


                 Name (please print) ________________________

                 Signature: ________________________________

                 Date: ____________________________________




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Montclair State University Academic Progress Standards

Students are subject to academic probation, suspension or dismissal if the cumulative grade point average (GPA) is
below 2.000 for the number of semester hours attempted. For Academic Standard Purposes, total semester hours
attempted will be used to determine a student’s class standing.

Probation
Students will be placed on academic probation if their GPA falls below 2.000 at the end of a semester or summer session.
Students are removed from academic probation when their cumulative GPA is 2.000 or better.

Suspension
If while on academic probation, a student who has attempted a minimum of 12 semester hours and earns a cumulative GPA
below 2.000 for a semester or summer session’s work, that student will be academically suspended. Students academically
suspended cannot enroll in courses at Montclair State University under any circumstance for two semesters. Students who
have been academically suspended and have been away from Montclair State University for the prescribed length of time
are eligible to apply for readmission through the Office of Admissions. Readmitted students are not necessarily admitted
back into their chosen major. Readmission is not automatic and will be based upon the review of documents submitted in
support of the readmission application. Additionally, readmission is based on the probability of success in the chosen major
and upon the space available at the time of readmission.

Dismissal
A student who is readmitted from academic suspension must earn at least a 2.000 semester GPA their first semester back
or the student will be academically dismissed.

Students academically dismissed cannot enroll in courses at Montclair State University under any circumstance for two
calendar years or until they have earned at least 30 semester hours from another accredited college or university. Students
who have been academically dismissed are eligible to apply for readmission through the Office of Admissions. Readmission
is not automatic and will be based upon the review of documents submitted in support of the readmission application.


Name: ___________________________________________________________________
I have read this policy and understand it.


Signature: _______________________________________________Date: ___________




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                                                             NJAC Policies and Procedures Manual
                                                             Section 5: Code of Conduct 2009-2010

        The New Jersey Athletic Conference policy regarding the conduct of its coaches, administrators, support staff and student-athletes of
member institutions in conference-related activities is listed below.

A. Competition
    1. Every member of the athletic department staff and all student-athletes are expected to observe the tenets of good sportsmanship:
        honesty, fairness, civility, and respect. They are to evidence no action or reaction to situations or occurrences which might foster, by
        example, adverse action by other members of the coaching staff, the team members, the opposing team, and/or the spectators. This
        expressly includes negative, critical reaction to officials or to officials’ calls.

     2.     Each athletic director (or his/her on-site designee) is responsible for insuring that representatives of his/her institution observe these same
            tenets regardless of the stress and strains they may encounter, or be subject to before, during, or after any contest.

     3.     Member institutions are encouraged to make a public address announcement prior to the start of a contest or event reminding coaches,
            staff, student-athletes and spectators of the conference’s code of conduct. The following announcement is suggested by the NCAA
            Committee on Sportsmanship and Ethical Conduct:
            “The NCAA, the New Jersey Athletic Conference and (name of host institution) promotes good sports conduct by student-athletes, coaches, staff and
            spectators. We request your cooperation by supporting the participants and officials in a positive manner. Profanity, racist, sexist or homophobic
            comments or other intimidating actions directed at officials, student-athletes, coaches, team representatives or spectators will not be tolerated and are
            grounds for removal from the site of competition without refund.”

     4.     In the case of a flagrant unsportsmanlike incident, a request to investigate and sanction must be made to the Commissioner within two
            days of the alleged incident. (Refer to Section 7, Disciplinary Procedures, for details on filing a formal complaint.)

     5.     Contact with the Commissioner is restricted to members of the Board of Athletic Administrators, their delegates, sports information
            directors, and compliance officers.

 B. Recruiting
All members of the athletic department’s staff and all student-athletes are expected to uphold the highest standards of ethical recruiting practices.
Specifically, this means:
1. Promoting the positive aspects of your own program rather than speaking negatively of another institution.
2. Honoring the attendance decision and commitment of the prospective student-athlete.
3. Adhering to the letter and spirit of all NJAC and NCAA regulations and policies regarding financial aid, playing and practice seasons, and
     transfer actions.
4. Communicating in a timely manner, either coach-to-coach or AD/SWA-to-AD/SWA, any concerns relating to suspected recruiting violations or
     related ethical misconduct.

A. Code of Conduct Statement
All members of the athletic department’s staff and all student-athletes are required to sign the NJAC Code of Conduct statement.
                                                                 New Jersey Athletic Conference

                                                                      CODE OF CONDUCT STATEMENT

SPORT_______________________________

The NJAC Code of Conduct for competition and recruiting has been presented to me by a representative of the athletic department of my institution. I understand the
provisions outlined and agree to abide by them as a condition of my participation in the intercollegiate athletics program as a student-athlete or athletics department
staff member at a New Jersey Athletic Conference institution.
Accepted and agreed:


_______________________________ _______________________________
Last Name (print)                       First Name (print)


___________________________________                      __________________
Signature                                                           Date


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                                                           NJAC Policies and Procedures Manual
                                                             Section 3: Eligibility and Waivers


B. NORMAL PROGRESS
    1. Continuing student-athletes must make normal progress, which is defined as the satisfactory completion of 24 semester hours of academic
       credit.
    2. Normal progress is measured at the beginning of each Fall term and is based on the number of credits completed the previous two
       semesters.
       a. A mid-year entering student must begin to make normal progress from the time she/he becomes a student-athlete. Thus, she/he must
            successfully complete 12 credits and achieve a minimum cumulative grade point average of 1.6 in order to be eligible to compete in
            the following Fall semester (including summer school).
       b. Credits earned in summer school immediately preceding the Fall term for which eligibility is being determined and/or intersession may
            be credited towards the completion of 24 hours. However, summer school credits earned prior to freshman year enrollment may not
            be counted toward the 24 hours.
       c. For a mid-year entering student, credits earned in the January term may be counted towards the front end of their 12 credit
            requirement for participation in the following Fall semester.

    3.   The NJAC normal progress standards are applied as soon as a student-athlete exhausts a season of participation.
         b. A first-year student-athlete automatically fulfills the normal progress regulation for his/her first season of participation.
         c. If a student-athlete fulfills the normal progress requirements at the beginning of a sport season, she/he cannot be ruled ineligible by
             reason of this rule until the beginning of the subsequent season in his/her sport.
         d. The conference normal progress regulation will apply upon a student-athlete’s return to school after any leave or absence, regardless
             of the NCAA two-year non-participation policy.

C. GRADE POINT AVERAGE
    1. A student-athlete’s grade point average (GPA) is linked to the satisfactory completion of 24 hours of academic credit as follows:
            a. After one NJAC season of participation in any sport, the student-athlete must achieve a cumulative GPA of 1.6 in order to be
                 eligible the following year for any sport.
            b. After two NJAC seasons of participation in any sport, the student-athlete must achieve a GPA of 1.8 in order to be eligible the
                 following year for any sport.
            c. After three NJAC seasons of participation in any sport, the student-athlete must achieve a GPA of 2.0 in order to be eligible the
                 following year in any sport.

    2.   As GPA’s are not listed on the eligibility rosters, it is the responsibility of each member institution to ensure that all student-athletes meet
         the GPA requirements.

D. NORMAL PROGRESS/GPA WAIVER
    1. Each student-athlete has the opportunity, under institutional guidelines, to apply for a one-time waiver of the NJAC normal progress/GPA
       regulations. The waiver decision is made by each member institution and must be noted on the eligibility roster.

    2.   A student-athlete does not need to execute a waiver in order to practice. However, if a student-athlete begins practicing with the team
         prior to the first regular season contest, and wishes to compete during the regular and/or post-season, the waiver must be executed prior
         to the first regular season contest. Failure to do so will make that student-athlete ineligible to compete that season.
              a.   A pre-season scrimmage does not count as a regular season contest.
              b.   A student-athlete who joins a team after the first regular season contest must execute a waiver immediately to be eligible for competition at any
                   time that season.
              c.   A student-athlete who executes his/her waiver must be listed on the eligibility roster. If s/he does not actually use a season of participation as
                   per NCAA bylaws, s/he will not be charged with a season of participation and all future eligibility rosters should be listed as “DNP.”
              d.   For students entering in the Fall, the waiver will apply to the regular academic year, i.e., fall to spring. A waiver exercised by a mid-year
                   entering student would be tracked on the eligibility roster from the semester she/he became a student-athlete, coinciding with the time period
                   for tracking their normal progress.

    3.   This waiver is not transferable to another institution. Thus a student-athlete who has exhausted a NJAC season of participation and does
         not meet the NJAC normal progress and/or GPA requirements, must satisfy the residency requirement before becoming eligible at a NJAC
         or non-NJAC institution regardless of whether the student-athlete would have been eligible for waiver had she/he remained at the original
         NJAC institution.

    4.   Once an academic waiver has been granted, it may not be rescinded, even if affected by an event beyond a student-athlete’s control (e.g.,
         medical hardship situation, administrative delays in posting grades, etc.).
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E. TRANSFER/NON-PARTICIPATION RULES
     1. NCAA rule 14.5.4 governs all junior and community college transfers.

     2.   Students who transfer from one conference school to another are governed by NCAA rule 14.5.5, but the following additional rules apply:
              a. Written permission must be obtained to contact the student-athlete regarding his/her transfer, per NCAA rule 13.1.1.2 (see Form
                   #2 at the end of this section).
              b. Written permission must be obtained from the previous institution to participate in intercollegiate athletics at the new institution
                   (see Form #2 at the end of this section).
              c. After one year of residency, the transfer student would abide by the same eligibility requirements as a continuing student-athlete
                   dependent upon the number of seasons of previous competition (see section C above).

     3.   The criteria for not releasing a student-athlete are as follows:
              a. Outstanding financial obligations
              b. Formal athletic department or institutional disciplinary reasons
              c. Tampering, i.e., communicating with a prospective transfer student-athlete prior to the student-athlete’s execution of a self-
                     release
                     i. A charge of tampering may be appealed. To do so, the case in question must be presented in writing to the Commissioner for
                     resolution. The Commissioner’s decision may be appealed using the process outlined in Section 7 of the Policies and
                     Procedures Manual.

     4.   Non-conference transfers will be governed by NCAA rule 14.5.5, that is, in order to be immediately eligible at NJAC schools, a transfer
          student would have to have been eligible at their previous institution. If not, they must sit out of competition for one year. After one year of
          residency, the transfer student would abide by the requirements of continuing student-athletes.

     5.   A student-athlete’s waiver of the conference’s grade point average and/or the normal progress requirement may not be transferred and
          used to satisfy the eligibility requirements at the second institution. That is, a waiver can only be used at the institution where the
          academic difficulty was incurred.

F. MEDICAL HARDSHIP WAIVER
    1. Medical hardship waivers must be submitted to the Commissioner on the standard NJAC form (See Form #3, at the end of this section).
    2. The physician’s statement, which must accompany the form, must state or clearly confirm that the injury or illness was indeed a season-
        ending injury or illness.
    3. The Commissioner will make the decision on all medical hardship waivers. An appeal of the Commissioner’s decision may be made to the
        Executive Committee of the Board, followed by the Administrative Review Committee of the NCAA.
    4. There is no time limit for submitting a medical hardship waiver. The Commissioner has a minimum of three business days to make a
        decision.
    5. Games played in the non-traditional season are not counted in determining the percentage of games played.
    6. Athletes injured in the non-traditional season must still seek a hardship waiver.
    7. Once a hardship waiver is used, it cannot be rescinded.

                                                                  Section 3, Form #1:
                                                          NEW JERSEY ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
                                                        STUDENT ATHLETE ELIGIBILITY STATEMENT


SPORT_______________________________

The NJAC student-athlete eligibility information has been presented to me by a representative of my institution. I understand the provisions
contained herein and agree to them as a condition of my participation in intercollegiate athletics at a New Jersey Athletic Conference institution.

Accepted and agreed:

          Accepted and agreed:

          Print Name: __________________________________________________

          Student ID Number: _______________________________________

          Signature: ___________________________________________________ Date: ____________________

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Form No. 09-3c                                        Student-Athlete Statement  Division III                                      Academic Year 2009-10

                                               For:   Student-athletes.
                                            Action:   Sign and return to your director of athletics.
                                         Due date:    Before you first compete each year.
                                      Required by:    NCAA Constitution 3.2.4.5 and NCAA Bylaws 14.1.3.1 and 30.13.
                                          Purpose:    To assist in certifying eligibility.
                                    Effective Date:   This NCAA Division III statement/consent form shall be in effect from the date this document is
                                                      signed and shall remain in effect until a subsequent Division III Student-Athlete
                                                      Statement/Drug-Testing Consent form is executed.




               Name of Student-Athlete (Please Print)                                                         Name of Your Institution
This form has four parts: a statement concerning eligibility, a Buckley Amendment consent, a statement concerning the promotion of NCAA
championships and other NCAA events, and results of drug tests. You must sign all four parts in order to participate in intercollegiate competition.
Before you sign this form, you should read the Summary of NCAA Regulations, or another outline or summary of NCAA legislation, provided by
your director of athletics or read the bylaws of the NCAA Division III Manual that deal with your eligibility. If you have any questions, you should
discuss them with your director of athletics.
The conditions that you must meet to be eligible and the requirement that you sign this form are indicated in the following articles and bylaws of the
Division III Manual: Articles 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18.4 and 31.2.3. If you have questions you may contact the NCAA at 317/917-6222.

Part I: Statement Concerning Eligibility.
By signing this part of the form, you affirm that, to the best of your knowledge, you are eligible to compete in intercollegiate competition.
You affirm that you have read the Summary of NCAA Regulations, or another outline or summary of NCAA legislation, or the relevant sections of
the Division III Manual and that your director of athletics (or his or her designee) gave you the opportunity to ask questions about the regulations.
You affirm that you meet the NCAA regulations for student-athletes regarding eligibility, recruitment, financial aid, amateur status and involvement
in organized gambling.
You affirm that you are aware of the NCAA drug-testing program and that you have signed the 2009-10 Drug-Testing Consent (Form 09-3f).
You affirm that you have reported to the director of athletics of your institution any violations of NCAA regulations involving you and your
institution.
You affirm that you understand that if you sign this statement falsely or erroneously, you violate NCAA legislation regarding ethical conduct, and
you will further jeopardize your eligibility.



                         Name (Please Print)                                                  Date of Birth                                     Age

                     Signature of Student-Athlete                                                       Home Address (Street or P.O. Box)

                                 Date                                                                    Home City, State, and Zip Code
Sport(s)




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Part II: Buckley Amendment Consent.
By signing this part of the form, you certify that you agree to disclose your educational records.
You understand that this entire form and the results of any NCAA-administered drug test you take are part of your educational records. These
records are protected by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 and they may not be disclosed without your consent.
You give your consent to disclose only to authorized representatives of this institution, its athletics conference (if any) and the NCAA, the following
documents:
       This form;
       Results of NCAA drug tests;
       Results of positive drug tests administered by non-NCAA national and international athletics organizations;
       Any transcript from your high school, this institution, or any junior college or any other four-year institutions you have attended;
       Pre-college test scores, appropriately related information and correspondence (e.g., testing sites and dates and letters of test-score certification
        or appeal), and where applicable, information relating to eligibility for or conduct of nonstandard testing;
      Graduation status;
      Your social security number;
      Race and gender identification;
      Diagnosis of any education-impacting disabilities;
      Accommodations provided or approved and other information related to any education-impacting disabilities in all secondary and
        postsecondary schools.
      Records concerning your financial aid; and
      Any other papers or information pertaining to your NCAA eligibility.
You agree to disclose these records only to determine your eligibility for intercollegiate athletics, your eligibility for athletically related financial aid,
for evaluation of school and team success, for purposes of inclusion in summary institutional information reported to the NCAA (and which may be
publicly released by it), for NCAA longitudinal research studies and for activities related to NCAA compliance reviews. You will not be identified
by name by the NCAA in any such published or distributed information.
Further, you authorize the NCAA to disclose personally identifiable information from your educational records (including information regarding any
NCAA violations in which you may become involved while you are a student-athlete) to a third party (including, but not limited to, the media) as
necessary to correct inaccurate statements reported by the media or related to a student-athlete reinstatement case, infractions case or waiver request.
You also agree that necessary case information (i.e., information from your student-athlete reinstatement case, infractions case or waiver request)
may be published or distributed to third parties as required by NCAA bylaws, policies or procedures. You will not be identified by name by the
NCAA in any such published or distributed information.


                    Name (Please Print)                                     Date                               Signature of Student-Athlete



Part III: Promotion of NCAA Championships, Events, Activities or Programs.

You authorize the NCAA or a third party acting on behalf of the NCAA (e.g., host institution, conference, local organizing committee) to use your
name or picture to generally promote NCAA championships or other NCAA events, activities or programs.

                    Name (Please Print)                                     Date                               Signature of Student-Athlete




Part IV: Results of Drug Tests.
1. Future Positive Test — All Student-Athletes Sign
Should I test positive for a substance banned by the NCAA and/or by a non-NCAA national or international sports governing body; violate their
drug-testing protocol; or fail to show for their drug test, at any time after I sign this statement, I acknowledge I must report the results to my director
of athletics.


                    Name (Please Print)                                     Date                               Signature of Student-Athlete
2. Positive Drug Test by NCAA or Other Sports Governing Body — Sign Either A or B
    A. No Positive Drug Test
    I affirm that I have never tested positive for a substance banned by the NCAA and/or by a non-NCAA national or international sports governing
    body; or violated their drug-testing protocol; or failed to show for their drug test.
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                     Name (Please Print)                                    Date                              Signature of Student-Athlete
     B. Positive Drug Test
     I have tested positive for a substance banned by the NCAA and/or by a non-NCAA national or international sports governing body; or violated
     their drug-testing protocol; or failed to show for their drug test. Should I consequently transfer, I am obligated to report this to the transferring
     institution.


                     Name (Please Print)                                    Date                              Signature of Student-Athlete


          Date of Test                              Organization Conducting Test                                            Substance

     Are you currently under such a drug-testing suspension? Yes                      No




Form No. 09-3f                                            Drug-Testing Consent  Division III                                    Academic Year 2009-10

                                              For:     Student-athletes.
                                           Action:     Sign and return to your director of athletics.
                                         Due date:     Before your institution’s first competition.
                                       Required by:    NCAA Constitution 3.2.4.6 and NCAA Bylaws 14.1.4 and 30.5
                                          Purpose:     To assist in certifying eligibility.



Requirement to Sign Drug Testing Consent Form
Name of your institution:
You must sign this form prior to competition in intercollegiate athletics per NCAA Constitution 3.2.4.6 and Bylaws 14.1.4 and 30.5. If you have any
questions, you should discuss them with your director of athletics.

Consent to Testing
You agree to allow the NCAA to test you in relation to any participation by you in any NCAA championship or in any postseason football game
certified by the NCAA for the banned drugs listed in Bylaw 31.2.3 (attached).

Consequences for a Positive Drug Test
By signing this form, you affirm that you are aware of the NCAA drug-testing program, which provides:

    1. A student-athlete who tests positive shall be withheld from competition in all sports for a minimum of 365 days from the drug test collection
       date and shall lose a year of eligibility;
    2. A student-athlete who tests positive has an opportunity to appeal the positive drug test.;
    3. A student-athlete who tests positive a second time for the use of any drug, other than a “street drug” shall lose all remaining regular-season and
       postseason eligibility in all sports. A combination of two positive tests involving street drugs ( marijuana, THC or heroin) in whatever order,
       will result in the loss of an additional year of eligibility;
    4. The penalty for missing a scheduled drug test is the same as the penalty for testing positive for the use of a banned drug other than a street
       drug; and
    5. If a student-athlete immediately transfers to a non-NCAA institution while ineligible and competes in collegiate competition within the 365
       day period at a non-NCAA institution, the student-athlete will be ineligible for all NCAA regular-season and postseason competition until the
       student-athlete does not compete in collegiate competition for a 365 day period.




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Signatures
 By signing below, I consent
    a. To be tested by the NCAA in accordance with NCAA drug-testing policy, which provides among other things that:
        (1) I will be notified of selection to be tested;
        (2) I must appear for NCAA testing or be sanctioned for a positive drug test; and
        (3) My urine sample collection will be observed by a person of my same gender;
    b. To accept the consequences of a positive drug test;
    c. To allow my drug-test sample to be used by the NCAA drug-testing laboratories for research purposes to improve drug-testing detection; and
    d. To allow disclosure of my drug-testing results only for purposes related to eligibility for participation in NCAA competition.
I understand that if I sign this statement falsely or erroneously, I violate NCAA legislation on ethical conduct, and will jeopardize my eligibility.

              Date                                                    Signature of Student-Athlete


              Date                                          Signature of Parent (if Student-Athlete is a Minor)


                 Name of Student-Athlete (Please Print)                                      Date of Birth                               Age

                  Home Address (Street or P.O. Box)                                                     Home City, State, and Zip Code
Sport(s)



                     What to do with this form: Sign and return it to your director of athletics before you first compete.
                                                This form is to be kept in the director of athletics' office for six years.
                     Any questions regarding this form should be referred to your school’s compliance office.




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                                                                   2009-10 NCAA Banned-Drugs
                                                                                                                                                      ATTACHMENT
                                                                                                                                                          Form 09-3f
1. The NCAA bans the following classes of drugs.
     a. Stimulants;
     b. Anabolic Agents;
     c. Alcohol and Beta Blockers (banned for rifle only);
     d. Diuretics and Other Masking Agents;
     e. Street Drugs;
     f. Peptide Hormones and Analogues;
     g. Anti-estrogens; and
     h. Beta-2 Agonists.
     [Note: Any substance chemically related to these classes is also banned.]
The institution and the student-athlete shall be held accountable for all drugs within the banned drug class regardless of whether they have been specifically identified.
2. Drugs and Procedures Subject to Restrictions.
     a. Blood Doping;
     b. Local Anesthetics (under some conditions);
     c. Manipulation of Urine Samples;
     d. Beta-2 Agonists permitted only by prescription and inhalation; and
     e. Caffeine if concentrations in urine exceed 15 micrograms/ml.
3. NCAA Nutritional/Dietary Supplements Warning.
 • Before consuming any nutritional/dietary supplement product, review the product and its label with your athletics department staff!
     (1) Dietary supplements are not well regulated and may cause a positive drug test result.
     (2) Student-athletes have tested positive and lost their eligibility using dietary supplements.
     (3) Many dietary supplements are contaminated with banned drugs not listed on the label.
     (4) Any product containing a dietary supplement ingredient is taken at your own risk.
It is your responsibility to check with your athletics staff before using any substance.


                        Some Examples of NCAA Banned Substances in Each Class[NOTE: There is no complete list of banned drug examples!]
Check with your athletics staff to review the label of any product, medication or supplement before you consume it!
1. Stimulants. e.g., amphetamine (Adderall); caffeine (guarana); cocaine; ephedrine; fenfluramine (Fen); methamphetamine; methylphenidate (Ritalin);
   phentermine (Phen); synephrine (bitter orange); etc.
     Exceptions: phenylephrine and pseudoephedrine are not banned.
2. Anabolic Agents. e.g., boldenone; clenbuterol; DHEA; nandrolone; stanozolol; testosterone; methasterone; androstenedione; norandrostenedione;
   methandienone; etiocholanolone; trenbolone; etc.
3. Alcohol and Beta Blockers. e.g., alcohol; atenolol; metoprolol; nadolol; pindolol; propranolol; timolol; etc.
4. Diuretics and Masking Agents. e.g., bumetanide; chlorothiazide; furosemide; hydrochlorothiazide; probenecid; spironolactone (canrenone); triameterene;
   trichlormethiazide; etc.
5. Street Drugs. e.g., heroin; marijuana; tetrahydrocannabinol (THC); etc.
6. Peptide Hormones and Analogues. e.g., human growth hormone (hGH); human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG); erythropoietin (EPO); etc.
7. Anti-Estrogens. e.g., anastrozole; clomiphene; tamoxifen; formestane; etc.
     8.     Beta-2 Agonists. e.g., bambuterol; formoterol; salbutamol; salmeterol; etc.
Any substance that is chemically related to the class of banned drugs, unless otherwise noted, is also banned!
                            NOTE: Information about ingredients in medications and nutritional/dietary supplements can be obtained by
             contacting the Resource Exchange Center, REC, 877-202-0769 or www.drugfreesport.com/rec — password: ncaa1, ncaa2, or ncaa3


                                         It is your responsibility to check with your athletics staff before using any substance.


National Collegiate Athletic Association, June 11, 2009      Reformatted by the National Association of Division III Athletic Administrators, July 27, 2009
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