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1 Lane College Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Lane College Athletic Drug/Alcohol Education and Testing Program Policy I. Introduction: The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics at Lane College recognizes that drug use is a matter of deep concern in our society. The use of prohibited drugs, alcohol, and the abuse of drugs and alcohol and other controlled substances, as well as chemical dependency to such agents, constitute a threat to the integrity of intercollegiate athletics and represents a danger to the health, welfare and career of the Lane College student athletes. The main purpose of this policy is to protect the Lane College student athlete from the risks and dangers of alcohol and drug abuse through such measures as drug and alcohol education, drug testing, drug counseling and rehabilitation, and when appropriate, sanctions. II. Objectives: The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics has established the following Drug and Alcohol Policy and Program objectives: 1. Provide an alcohol and drug free environment. 2. Educate student athletes, coaches, and staff members about the physical, social, psychological, financial, and legal problems associated with alcohol abuse and drug use. 3. Identify student athletes who are abusing alcohol or drugs and assure prompt counseling and treatment. 4. Provide a program to assist individuals who use or abuse drugs or alcohol to recognize their problem and be referred for counseling and rehabilitation. 5. Provide a fair administrative process for sanctions and appeals. III. Substance Abuse Education Student-Athletes who are educated about substance use in sport are more likely to make informed and intelligent decisions about usage. Lane College Athletics will conduct a substance abuse education program for student-athletes at least once a year. These educational programs will be designed to review athletic department, institutional, conference and national governing body policies related to prohibited substances. Appropriate educational materials will be made available to participants including this Policy and a list of NCAA banned substances. All studentathletes and athletics staff members are required to attend. Make-up sessions are available for participants who must miss a scheduled educational session for an approved reason. In addition to educating student-athletes and athletics staff about the various policies, a review of the institutional testing program will be conducted. Dietary supplements and their inherent risks will be discussed. Time will be allowed for questions from participants. In addition, special educational programs may be arranged to provide participants the opportunity to learn more about the dangers of specific substances. This education will be in addition to the Lane College Drug-Free Awareness Program. IV. Application of Policy:

2 All student athletes found in violation pertaining to drug abuse and testing will be subject to sanctions accumulating from the first violation. All student athletes found in violation pertaining to the alcohol section will be subject to sanctions set forth in the policy. V. Drug Testing Any prohibited drug on the NCAA Banned Drug Reference List (hereinafter NCAA ) and any subsequent additions to the original list, regardless of whether such drugs are prescribed or non prescribed, legal, or illegal, and any other controlled dangerous substance may be tested. Included are street drugs (as defined by NCAA guidelines). Testing for the presence of any prohibited drug by the NCAA shall be in addition to, and not in place of, any testing done by Lane College under this policy. As a condition of participation in Lane College athletic programs each student athlete shall be required to sign a release/consent form (prior to the start of each year of athletic participation), which states that he/she is aware that urine testing for the presence of drugs is permitted by the NCAA and the Lane College Athletic Department and participation in the drug testing program is mandatory. Once the form is signed by the student athlete, the student athlete thereafter will be subjected to unannounced, observed and/or unobserved, random drug testing for the presence of any prohibited drug. The determination of which student athlete will be tested and the frequency of testing in response to an individualized reasonable suspicion shall be at the discretion of the Athletic Director. In signing the release/consent form, each athlete understands that failure to undergo testing will result in sanctions pertaining to a first violation (positive test). Failure to undergo testing a second time will result in sanctions pertaining to a second violation (positive test). Failure to undergo testing a third time will result in sanctions pertaining to a third violation (positive test). A positive test will also result from leaving the drug testing site prior to producing a urine sample and/or the manipulation of your sample specimen in any fashion. Dietary Supplements The Lane College Athletic Training staff discourages the use of over-the-counter dietary supplements. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration does not strictly regulate the supplement industry, therefore purity and safety of dietary supplements are not guaranteed. Impure substances can lead to a positive drug test. Athletes who choose to use dietary supplements do so at their own risk and should consult with a member of the Athletic Training staff before doing so. The National Center for Drug Free Sport Inc. hosts the Resource Exchange Center (REC), which provides information on banned substances and dietary supplement information. The Website is The Division II password is ncaa2. Student-Athlete Selection All intercollegiate student-athletes are subject to announced and unannounced drug screenings throughout the academic year either on random or reasonable suspicion basis. Reasonable suspicion can be defined, but not limited to, one of the following: 1) Previous arrest or conviction for the use of an illegal substance. 2) Seen carrying or using a substance on the banned list. 3) Changes in appearance, behavior, or conduct that may be symptomatic of drug use. 4) Previous positive drug test. Lane College shall have the right to test any student-athlete who is listed on the official team roster, or is participating in athletic related activities with the team. This includes studentathletes who may be academically ineligible, who are not receiving athletic-related aid, or who

3 are injured. All substances on the NCAA banned substance list are subject to be measured during the screenings. All intercollegiate student-athletes participating in NCAA championships or post-season events may be screened prior to or following participation in the event. Student-Athlete Notification Student-athletes chosen for drug testing will be notified no earlier than 24 hours prior to the scheduled test date. Notification of the test date and time will occur either by direct in-person contact or by direct telephone communication from the Head Athletic Trainer or Director of Athletics. Student-athletes will read and sign the Drug Education and Testing Program Notification Form prior to being tested. Each student athlete must advise the Head Athletic Trainer prior to providing any urine sample of all medications, whether prescriptive or non prescriptive, that the student athlete is presently taking or has taken within the preceding thirty days, and the medical reason. If a student-athlete fails to show up for a drug test, or attempts to manipulate the results of a drug test, the test will be considered as positive. Urine Specimen Collection Procedures The drug screening will consist of the collection of urine samples from each student-athlete either under the supervision of a Lane College Sports Medicine Staff member, a Lane College administration member, or NCAA recommended independent laboratory personnel. Each sample will then be analyzed for the presence of substances on the NCAA banned substance list by an independent licensed medical laboratory contracted to provide such services. The following is a protocol for specimen collection procedures: 1. Upon entering the collection station, the athlete will provide photo identification and/or a client representative/site coordinator will identify the athlete and the athlete will be officially signed into the station. 2. The athlete will select a sealed collection beaker from a supply of such and will record his/her initials on the collection beaker s lid or attach a unique bar code to the beaker. 3. A collector, serving as validator, will monitor the furnishing of the specimen by observation in order to assure the integrity of the specimen until a volume of approximately 85 ml is provided (volume may vary and is dependent upon client protocol and drugs being tested). 4. Only members of the drug-testing crew should serve as validators. Validators who are of the same gender as the athlete must observe the voiding process. The procedure does not allow for validators to stand outside the immediate area or outside the restroom. The athlete must urinate in full view of the validator (validator must observe flow of urine). The validator must request the athlete raise his/her shirt high enough to observe the midsection area completely to rule out any attempt to manipulate or substitute a sample. 5. Validators and other collectors must never handle the athlete s beaker or specimen until after the specimen is enclosed in the appropriate vials. 6. Athletes may not carry any item other than his/her beaker into the restroom when providing a specimen. Any problem or concern should be brought to the attention of the crew chief for documentation. 7. Once a specimen is provided, the athlete is responsible for keeping the collection beaker closed and controlled.

4 8. Fluids and food given to athletes who have difficulty voiding must be from sealed containers (approved by the collector) that are opened and consumed in the station. These items must be caffeine- and alcohol-free and free of any other banned substances. 9. If the specimen is incomplete, the athlete must remain in the collection station until the sample is completed. During this period, the athlete is responsible for keeping the collection beaker closed and controlled. 10. If the specimen is incomplete and the athlete must leave the collection station for a reason approved by the collector, specimen must be discarded. 11. Upon return to the collection station, the athlete will begin the collection procedure again. 12. Once an adequate volume of the specimen is provided, the collector who monitored the furnishing of the specimen by observation will sign that the specimen was directly validated and a collector will check the specific gravity and if in range measure the ph of the urine in the presence of the student athlete. 13. If the urine has a specific gravity below (1.010 if measured with a reagent strip), the specimen will be discarded by the athlete. The athlete must remain in the collection station until another specimen is provided. The athlete will provide another specimen. 14. If the urine has a ph greater than 7.5 (with reagent strip) or less than 4.5 (with reagent strip), the specimen will be discarded by the athlete. The athlete must remain in the collection station until another specimen is provided. The athlete will provide another specimen. 15. If the urine has a specific gravity above (1.010 if measured with a reagent strip) and the urine has a ph between 4.5 and 7.5 inclusive, the specimen will be processed and sent to the laboratory. 16. The laboratory will make final determination of specimen adequacy. 17. If the laboratory determines that an athlete s specimen is inadequate for analysis, at the client s discretion, another specimen may be collected. 18. If an athlete is suspected of manipulating specimens (e.g., via dilution), the client will have the authority to perform additional tests on the athlete. 19. Once a specimen has been provided that meets the on-site specific gravity and ph parameters, the athlete will select a specimen collection kit and a uniquely numbered Chain of Custody Form or set of Specimen Bar Code Seals from a supply of such. 20. A collector will record the specific gravity and ph values. 21. The collector will pour approximately 60 ml of the specimen into the A vial and the remaining amount (approximately 25 ml) into the B vial (required volume is determined by client and/or laboratory) in the presence of the athlete. 22. The collector will place the cap on each vial in the presence of the athlete; the collector will then seal each vial in the required manner under the observation of the athlete and witness (if present). 23. Vials and forms (if any) sent to the laboratory shall not contain the name of the athlete. 24. All sealed specimens will be secured in a shipping case. The collector will prepare the case for forwarding. 25. The athlete, collector and witness (if present) will sign certifying that the procedures were followed as described in the protocol. Any deviation from the procedures must be described and recorded. If deviations are alleged, the athlete will be required to provide another specimen. 26. After the collection has been completed, the specimens will be forwarded to the laboratory and copies of any forms forwarded to the designated persons. 27. The specimens become the property of the client.

5 28. If the athlete does not comply with the collection process, the collector will notify the client representative/site coordinator and third party administrator responsible for management of the drug-testing program. 29. On occasion, a client may choose to test using a single specimen kit. The collector will follow the split specimen procedures up to the point were the athlete selects a sealed kit. With a single specimen kit, the collector beaker may serve as the secured vial for transporting the specimen to the laboratory. The collector will instruct the athlete to provide at least 35 ml of urine allowing for a 5 ml pour-off to measure specific gravity and ph on site. A single vial will be processed and transported to the laboratory for analysis. Notification of Test Results The results of the drug tests will be sent to the Director of Athletics and the Head Athletic Trainer via . Student-athletes who test positive for a banned substance will be notified by the Athletic Director and/or the Head Athletic Trainer in a direct, in-person meeting. At this time the student-athlete will be informed of the results of the drug test, the resulting consequences, and the implications of future positive tests. In addition, the parents/guardians, the Head Coach, the assigned athletic trainer, the team physician, and the Vice President of Student Affairs may be notified at the discretion of the Director of Athletics. Only student-athletes receiving positive test results will be notified of drug testing results. VI. Drug Testing Sanctions: A. First Violation (Positive Test): Student Affairs and if the student is a minor, Parents/Guardians may be informed of the positive results unless a valid subpoena or court order is obtained. 2. The Director of Athletics will prepare a confidential written reprimand informing the student-athlete that future positive test results could render the student-athlete ineligible for competition for one calendar year (365 days) or permanently and affect financial aid and/or scholarship support; 3. The student athlete will be required to participate in appropriate counseling sessions with professional counselors for a length of time as determined by the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics in conjunction with the Lane College Counseling Center. The failure to report to counseling will subject the student athlete to sanctions associated with a second positive test. 4. Student athlete may be required to undergo bimonthly urinalysis, starting immediately, at the student athlete s expense for a minimum of 8 weeks. 5. A first violation will result in one or more of the following sanctions: a) Suspension of the student athlete from participation (athletic competition against outside teams) in the number of athletic contests equal to 20% of the teams regularly scheduled games. Suspension will be immediate and will carry over to the following season if the suspension is not satisfied within the current season. Or second sport season if student participates in additional sport The Director of Athletics, Head Athletic Trainer, Team Physician, and/or Counselor reserve the right to suspend the student-athlete immediately and indefinitely if the safety, health and wellbeing of the student-athlete are deemed in jeopardy as a result of the intake of the banned substance; b) Immediate cancelation of 25% -50% of athletic related financial aid for the academic term in which the violation takes place.

6 B. Second Violation (Positive Test): Student Affairs and, if the student is a minor, Parents/Guardians will be informed of the positive test unless a valid subpoena or court order is obtained. 2. The Director of Athletics will prepare a confidential written reprimand informing the student-athlete that future positive test results could render the student-athlete permanently ineligible for competition and financial aid and/or scholarship support; 3. The student athlete will again be required to participate in appropriate counseling sessions with professional counselors for a length of time as determined by the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics in conjunction with the Lane College Counseling Center. The failure to report to counseling will subject the student athlete to sanctions associated with a third positive test. 4. Student Athletes will be required to undergo biweekly urinalysis for a minimum of 8 weeks, starting immediately, at the student athletes expense. 5. A second violation will result in one or more of the following sanctions: a) Charged a season of eligibility in all sports b) Suspension of the student athlete from participation (competition against outside teams) for a period of one year/365 days from the date of his/her positive drug test. c) Immediate cancellation of all athletic related financial aid for the one year/365 day term of the suspension. 6. The Director of Athletics reserves the right to take any other action as is deemed appropriate under the circumstances; C. Third Violation (Positive Test): Student Affairs and, if the student is a minor, Parents/Guardians will be informed of the positive test unless a valid subpoena or court order is obtained. 2. The student athlete will again be required to participate in appropriate counseling sessions with professional counselors for a length of time as determined by the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics in conjunction with the Lane College Counseling Center. 3. The Director of Athletics will declare the student-athlete ineligible from any further participation and athletic aid at Lane College; Violations of the Lane College Drug Policy are cumulative such that the number of violations of the policy, by a student athlete, is calculated over each student athlete s career at Lane College, not on a yearly basis. Each student athlete must advise the Head Athletic Trainer prior to providing any urine sample of all medications, whether prescriptive or non prescriptive, that the student athlete is presently taking or has taken within the preceding thirty days, and the medical reason. VII. Regulations Regarding Drugs The Lane College student athlete is subject to all local, state, and federal regulations concerning drugs. If a student athlete is charged with a drug offense, disciplinary procedures (immediate separation from the athletic department and cancellation of athletic financial aid, etc.) as deemed necessary by the Athletic Director may be implemented pending final disposition of all charges. VIII. Alcohol

7 Lane College student athletes are subject to all local, state and federal regulations concerning the use/consumption of alcoholic beverages. If the student athlete is charged or found to be involved with any of the following: Driving Under the Influence A. First Violation: Student Affairs and if the student is a minor, Parents/Guardians may be informed unless a valid subpoena or court order is obtained. 2. The Director of Athletics will prepare a confidential written reprimand informing the student-athlete that future violations could render the student-athlete ineligible for competition for one calendar year (365 days) or permanently and affect financial aid and/or scholarship support; 3. The student athlete will be required to participate in appropriate counseling sessions with professional counselors for a length of time as determined by the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics in conjunction with the Lane College Counseling Center. The failure to report to counseling will subject the student athlete to sanctions associated with a second violation. 4. The student athlete will be required to participate in community service for a length of time as determined by the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. 5. A first violation will result in one or more of the following sanctions: a) Suspension of the student athlete from participation (athletic competition against outside teams) in the number of athletic contests equal to 20% of the teams regularly scheduled games. Suspension will be immediate and will carry over to the following season if the suspension is not satisfied within the current season. Or second sport season if student participates in additional sport; b) Immediate cancelation of 25%-50% of athletic related financial aid for the academic term in which the violation takes place. B. Second Violation: Student Affairs and, if the student is a minor, Parents/Guardians will be informed unless a valid subpoena or court order is obtained. 2. The Director of Athletics will prepare a confidential written reprimand informing the student-athlete that future violations could render the student-athlete permanently ineligible for competition and financial aid and/or scholarship support; 3. The student athlete will again be required to participate in appropriate counseling sessions with professional counselors for a length of time as determined by the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics in conjunction with the Lane College Counseling Center. The failure to report to counseling will subject the student athlete to sanctions associated with a third positive test. 4. The student athlete will be required to participate in community service for a length of time as determined by the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. 5. A second violation will result in one or more of the following sanctions: a) Charged a season of eligibility in all sports b) Suspension of the student athlete from participation (competition against outside teams) for a period of one year/365 days from the date of his/her violation. c) Immediate cancellation of all athletic related financial aid for the one year/365 day term of the suspension. 6. The Director of Athletics reserves the right to take any other action as is deemed appropriate under the circumstances;

8 C. Third Violation: Student Affairs and, if the student is a minor, Parents/Guardians will be informed of the violation unless a valid subpoena or court order is obtained. 2. The student athlete will again be required to participate in appropriate counseling sessions with professional counselors for a length of time as determined by the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics in conjunction with the Lane College Counseling Center. 3. The Director of Athletics will declare the student-athlete ineligible from any further participation and athletic aid at Lane College; Drunken and Disorderly Conduct A. First Violation: Refer to Driving Under the Influence, First Violation. B. Second Violation: Refer to Driving Under the Influence, Second Violation. C. Third Violation: Refer to Driving Under the Influence, Third Violation Public Intoxication A. First Violation: Refer to Driving Under the Influence, First Violation. B. Second Violation: Refer to Driving Under the Influence, Second Violation. C. Third Violation: Refer to Driving Under the Influence, Third Violation Minor in Possession A. First Violation: Refer to Driving Under the Influence, First Violation. B. Second Violation: Refer to Driving Under the Influence, Second Violation. C. Third Violation: Refer to Driving Under the Influence, Third Violation IX. Probable Cause Student athletes will be drug screened and/or evaluated if there is probable cause to suspect alcohol, drug use, or abuse. The coaching staff, athletic training staff, director of athletic compliance or athletic director may be aware of or see certain signs, symptoms or changes in behavior that may cause them to suspect substance abuse. These staff members have a duty to report any suspicions to the Sport Head Coach, Athletic Director, Director of Athletic Compliance or Head Athletic Trainer. A decision will be made regarding the need for counseling and/or testing. Such behaviors may include, but are not limited to the following signs, symptoms and behaviors: 1. Student Athlete begins to show: Poor motivation Failure to follow orders or lack of Sloppy hygiene and appearance discipline Lack of hustle on the field or court Unexplained absences Irritability or loss of temper Common and routine injuries which will not heal or which are recurrent 2. Has recurrent problems with:

9 Being late to practice, team meetings, or functions Missing appointments Ignoring curfews Staying up too late Falling asleep during day Skipping meals 3. Appearance of the following signs and/or evidence of illness: Dilated or constricted pupils Droopy eyelid or reddish eyes Excessive scratching and breaking out of skin Constantly runny, red nose Recurrent bouts of flu or colds that require medical attention Appears over stimulated or hyper Becomes withdrawn and less communicative Repeated automobile and traffic violations X. Review/Appeal Process If a student athlete tests positive for a banned substance, he/she has the right to a review. The Athletic Director must receive a written request for a review within 48 hours of the notification of the positive test. If the student athlete wishes to appeal the methods of evaluation and treatment imposed, he/she must request a hearing before the Appeals Committee within 48 hours of being notified of a positive screen. The burden of proof is on the student athlete to show any extenuating circumstances as to why the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics evaluation and treatment program is not appropriate. If the student athlete wishes to appeal a disciplinary decision or sanction, the Athletic Director must receive the written request for appeal within 72 hours of the student athlete s notification of the penalty. The Athletic Director will notify the Appeals Committee of the appeal request. A hearing will be arranged within five (5) working days following the request by the student athlete. Appeals Committee: 1. An Athletic Department administrator (one of the following serves as chairperson: Athletic Director, Senior Women s Administrator, or Faculty Athletics Representative) 2. Director of Athletic Compliance 3. An uninvolved Coach 4. A representative of the College s Legal Counsel 5. A member of the full time Athletic Training Staff 6. Chair, Student Athletic Advisory Council 7. Vice President for Student Affairs or Representative XI. Test Security The following actions will be considered a breach of testing security and will be considered a positive test subject to sanctions. 1. Leaving a drug testing site prior to producing a urine sample. 2. Manipulation of specimen (i.e. bringing urine into testing site, running tap water in to specimen container, etc.) 3. Failure to appear.

10 XII. Medical Exemption Policy The banned substance list used for the Lane College Drug/Alcohol Education and Testing Program was created to protect student-athlete health and safety and to ensure a level playing field. Even though the banned list contains substances designed for performance enhancement and/or substances that put a student- athlete s well being at risk, there are substances on the list that are used justifiably to treat certain medical conditions. Accordingly, the medical exceptions policy is created for student-athletes who have a welldocumented history demonstrating the use of such drugs. Examples of such drug classes include: stimulants, beta blockers, diuretics, anti-estrogens, anabolic agents, and peptide hormones. In conjunction with NCAA drug testing, use of anabolic agents and peptide hormones must be approved prior to participation in intercollegiate athletics at Lane College. Failure to notify the athletic training staff may result in a denied Medical Exemption and cause for further sanctions. In order for a student-athlete to be granted a medical exemption for the use of a banned substance, the following documentation must be provided from the treating/prescribing physician: 1. Description of the evaluation process including testing and procedures 2. Statement of diagnosis, including diagnosis confirmation date 3. History of treatment 4. Statement that a non-banned alternative was considered (if drug prescribed is a stimulant). 5. Statement regarding follow-up and monitoring visits 6. The current prescription It is the student-athlete s responsibility to notify the athletic training staff and to submit the most recent documentation related to their respective diagnosis as soon as possible. This includes a copy of a current prescription. The submitted documentation will be kept in the student-athletes chart and utilized in the event of a positive drug test. In the event a positive drug test does occur, the student-athlete may apply for a medical exemption by notifying the Director of Athletics in writing with the supporting medical documentation within 48 hours of the positive test result notification. If this notification is not presented within 48 hours, the sanctions of the positive test result will commence until the appropriate documentation is provided and reviewed by the Director of Athletics. If a medical exemption is not granted, the student-athlete will have the opportunity to appeal this decision following the protocol established in the Appeal Process section of the Drug/Alcohol Education and Testing Program. Examples of common conditions in which treatment plans may constitute a medical exemption include: A) Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) ADHD is a common condition that is often diagnosed as a child, but may be diagnosed later in life. Two common medications used to treat ADHD are methylphenidate (Ritalin) and amphetamine (Adderall), both of which are included in the banned substance list. As a result, a student-athlete must undergo a standard assessment before being granted a medical exemption. B) Male-pattern Baldness There are several medications used to treat Androgenic alopecia that are not banned substances. However, there is a medication called Finasteride (Propecia) that is sometimes

11 used and included in the banned substance list as a masking agent for steroid detection. The appropriate documentation must be provided to receive a medical exemption for use of this medication. C) Hypogonadism This condition is classified as a testosterone deficiency. The treatment for the condition may include testosterone medication, which is an anabolic agent and banned substance. As stated above, use of this medication will require prior approval before participation is allowed. Understand that these are common examples and not the only exceptions. It is highly recommended that you consult with your physician regarding the banned substance list before taking any prescription medication.

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