NCAA Banned Drug List
2012-13 NCAA Banned Drugs
It is the student-athlete's responsibility to check with the appropriate or designated athletics staff
The NCAA bans the following classes of drugs:
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
h. Beta-2 Agonists
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.
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.
e. Caffeine if concentrations in urine exceed 15 micrograms/ml.
NCAA Nutritional/Dietary Supplements Warning:
Before consuming any nutritional/dietary supplement product, review the product with the
appropriate or designated athletics department staff!
Dietary supplements are not well regulated and may cause a positive drug test result.
Student-athletes have tested positive and lost their eligibility using dietary supplements.
Many dietary supplements are contaminated with banned drugs not listed on the label.
Any product containing a dietary supplement ingredient is taken at your own risk.
Note to Student-Athletes: There is no complete list of banned substances.
Do not rely on this list to rule out any supplement ingredient.
Check with your athletics department staff prior to using a supplement.
Some Examples of NCAA Banned Substances in Each Drug Class
amphetamine (Adderall); caffeine (guarana); cocaine; ephedrine; fenfluramine
(Fen); methamphetamine; methylphenidate (Ritalin); phentermine (Phen); synephrine (bitter
orange); methylhexaneamine, “bath salts” (mephedrone) etc. Exceptions: phenylephrine and
pseudoephedrine are not banned.
Anabolic Agents (sometimes listed as a chemical formula, such as 3,6,17-androstenetrione):
boldenone; clenbuterol; DHEA (7-Keto); nandrolone; stanozolol; testosterone; methasterone;
androstenedione; norandrostenedione; methandienone; etiocholanolone; trenbolone; etc.
Alcohol and Beta Blockers (banned for rifle only):
alcohol; atenolol; metoprolol; nadolol;
pindolol; propranolol; timolol; etc.
Diuretics (water pills) and Other Masking Agents:
bumetanide; chlorothiazide; furosemide;
hydrochlorothiazide; probenecid; spironolactone (canrenone); triameterene; trichlormethiazide;
heroin; marijuana; tetrahydrocannabinol (THC); synthetic cannabinoids (eg.
spice, K2, JWH-018, JWH-073)
Peptide Hormones and Analogues:
growth hormone(hGH); human chorionic gonadotropin
(hCG); erythropoietin (EPO); etc.
anastrozole; tamoxifen; formestane; 3,17-dioxo-etiochol-1,4,6-triene(ATD),
bambuterol; formoterol; salbutamol; salmeterol; etc.
Any substance that is chemically related to the class, even if it is not listed as an example, is also banned!
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