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2010-11 student-athlete handbook

HEAD COACHES
Responsibility
Director of Athletics and Recreation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Larry HiserBaseball/Assistant Athletics Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brian BrewerMen’s Basketball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jon VanderWalWomen’s Basketball. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jill MeiringCheerleading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Natalie BarnesMen’s Crew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chris PucellaWomen’s Crew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kelly HarrisMen & Women’s Cross Country/Track & Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Derek StanleyFaculty Athletics Representative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bob ChaseFootball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeff FilkovskiMen’s Soccer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stephen RoseWomen’s Soccer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jen SimonettiSoftball/Associate Athletics Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeanne ArbuckleSports Information Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dan MayMen’s & Women’s Tennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Steve ImanVolleyball. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ray CostaDirector of the DBRC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bill VincentAdministrative Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wendy Thieman OHIO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
The Ohio Athletic Conference is the third oldest existing collegiate conference.
Founded in 1902, the OAC is predated only by the Michigan Intercollegiate AthleticConference and the Big Ten.
The OAC sponsors championships in 21 sports—11 men’s and 10 women’s.
Marietta also offers crew which is not sponsored by the OAC. The present OAC mem-bership consists of 10 private, liberal arts colleges in Ohio.
Baldwin-Wallace College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Berea, OhioCapital University. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Columbus, OhioHeidelberg University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tiffin, OhioJohn Carroll University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . University Heights, OhioMarietta College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marietta, OhioUniversity of Mount Union . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alliance, OhioMuskingum University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New Concord, OhioOhio Northern University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ada, OhioOtterbein University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Westerville, OhioWilmington College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wilmington, Ohio 2010-11 Marietta College Student-Athlete Handbook
MESSAGE FROM THE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR
STUDENT-ATHLETE ADVISORY COUNCIL (SAAC)
Advisors: Mike Deegan, Larry Hiser, Wendy Thieman
Through your hard work and talent, you have earned the privilege to wear Marietta College uniform. You join a tradition of excellence here at Marietta and we hope that you • Encourage unity, common purpose and camaraderie between teams and among all add to that tradition in a meaningful way. As an intercollegiate student-athlete, you have a unique opportunity to pursue ath- • Evaluate the Marietta College athletic programs and make recommendations to the letics at the highest levels anywhere in the world. It is our hope that you experience intel- administration for the improvement of the student-athlete’s academic, athletic and social lectual, emotional and social growth while competing in our program. With all the opportunities that come to you as a student-athlete, you will also have • Promote and support athletics at institutional, conference and national levels.
increased responsibility. Wherever you go, you are now a representative of Marietta • Serve as a vehicle through which the College may discuss with student-athletes issues College and the athletic department. Whether you are on or off the field, your actions regarding the management, operation, rules and proposed legislations that govern the reflect upon the college, your teammates, and the coaches. Athletics Department and its sports teams.
Marietta College is dedicated to molding the character of student-athletes and we • To Provide the student-athlete population with an opportunity to more effectively com- stress that being able to wear the Marietta College uniform is a privilege, not a right. This municate with MC Athletics Department administration.
handbook is intended to give you important and helpful information to help you to succeed • Organize community service efforts.
as a student and athlete. It should answer any questions you may have. However, mydoor is always open to any student athlete to hear your questions or concerns. Team members are strongly encouraged to support the activities and In general, the student-athletes who participate in the 18 programs at Marietta College are expected to compete in intercollegiate athletics under a model that empha-sizes integrity and ethical conduct. Each program is an integral part of our overall depart-ment, and each your total educational experience is our paramount concern.
Larry HiserDirector of Athletics & Recreation 2010-11 Marietta College Student-Athlete Handbook
2010-11 Marietta College Student-Athlete Handbook
DEPARTMENTAL AWARDS
DIVISION III PHILOSOPHY STATEMENT
Way-Weigelt Award — This award is given to a man of the senior class who, in the judg-
Colleges and universities in Division III place highest priority on the overall quality of the ment of the athletic coaches, has best demonstrated qualities of scholarship, leadership, educational experience and on the successful completion of all students' academic pro- character, and sportsmanship in addition to participation in athletics. The prize consists of grams. Coaches play a significant role as educators, to indicate that academic perfor- a plaque and placement of the winner’s name on the permanent plaque in the Ban mances of student-athletes should be, at a minimum, consistent with that of the general Johnson Field House. It memorializes James W. Way, Class of 1955, and Henry C.
student body and that admission policies and procedures for student-athletes should be Weigelt, Class of 1957. 2008 Winner: Tony Piconke consistent with those applicable to the general student body. The administration of theinstitution’s athletics program should be integrated into the campus culture and educa- Betty Cleland Award — This award was established in 1988 through the generosity of
former Marietta College President Sherrill Cleland. The award is named in honor of hislate wife Betty, and is presented annually to a senior female for outstanding achievement ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT MISSION
in athletics and academics. Mrs. Cleland, who died in 1986 after fighting a courageousbattle with cancer, was truly an inspiration for the entire College community and sur- Provide a source of pride and enthusiasm for Marietta College and the Marietta rounding areas. Her example and dedication to volunteerism make it the most prestigious Community by helping student athletes strive for excellence in both athletics and acade- award given to a female student-athlete at Marietta College. 2008 Winner: Justine mics while demonstrating good sportsmanship in competition at the highest level of the William O. Whetsell Award — This award is presented annually to the Marietta College
ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT OBJECTIVES
junior who demonstrates a record of marked distinction in service to the College, the localcommunity, and, in a scholarly fashion, attempts to link the service performed with an aca- Promote and support student-athlete’s commitment to academic success.
demic field of discipline. This award is presented by the McDonough Center for Teach student-athletes beneficial life skills and attributes such as teamwork, collabora- Leadership and Business in honor of the late William O. Whetsell. His lifetime of service tion, self-discipline, communication, negotiation, personal health and wellness through is an example to our faculty, staff and students who value community service as an inte- practice, competition, and professional development activities.
gral part of the contemporary liberal arts education. 2008 Winner: Demonstrate and expect the highest level of sportsmanship from athletes, coaches, par-ents, students, and spectators.
The Ralph M. Lindamood Prize — This prize was established in 1984 and recognizes
Work cooperatively with the Office of Admissions and academic departments to recruit the service of Mr. Lindamood, associate professor of physical education (1964-84) and crew coach (1959-84). Created by former students, crewmen, and friends, this cash Promote and maintain Athletics staff unity and morale in a cooperative relationship with award is given annually at Commencement to a graduating senior in recognition of that person being selected Outstanding Senior Oarsperson. 2008 Winner: Serve as positive role models while representing Marietta College.
Advance the College by coordinating fundraising activities with the Advancement Office.
Clyde Lamb Awards — The Clyde A. Lamb Scholar-Athlete Awards are annually pre-
Demonstrate fiscal responsibility by adhering to the annual budget and the College’s fis- sented to the top male and female scholar-athletes in the Ohio Athletic Conference.
Each of the OAC institutions is represented by a male and female Clyde A. Lamb award Strive for all teams to achieve winning records.
winner. The award winners are honored at a banquet each spring and receive a framedcertificate in recognition. 2008 Winners: Harrison Potter and Justine Pagenhardt ACCEPTING THE RISK OF SPORTS
As an athlete at Marietta College, you must be aware of and accept the risk of injury associated with participating on an intercollegiate sports team. You should do your part toreduce the risk of injury by keeping yourself in the best possible physical condition andfollow the advice of the team trainer regarding treatment and rehabilitation of injuries.
DO NOT USE FAULTY EQUIPMENT. Anytime you feel your equipment is not fitting
properly or feel that it is not providing you with proper protection report to the coachingstaff for a fitting check.
2010-11 Marietta College Student-Athlete Handbook
2010-11 Marietta College Student-Athlete Handbook
VARSITY LETTER AWARD SYSTEM
CO-CURRICULAR AND EXTRA-CURRICULAR
A. General Provisions:
ACTIVITIES
Varsity letters are awarded for varsity competition only by the head coaches according toprovisions set forth by the athletic department award policy.
Marietta College is dedicated to the personal growth of its students. We believe that a The coach shall have the power to award a letter if, in his/her opinion, a student-athlete liberal arts education is the best possible preparation for life in a global society.
would have normally qualified for a letter, but was prevented from doing so by an athlet- Accordingly, we provide a setting in which students will be enabled to enrich and expand their knowledge and to refine their skills, their understanding and their values.
A student-athlete who has been a loyal and positive contributor to the team may be Student-athletes at Marietta maintain a commitment to academic and athletic excellence.
When balanced with the demands of their academic and athletic activities, we encourage and Student managers and student assistant coaches, with the coaches recommendation, support choices that allow the student-athlete to become involved in campus and community may qualify for a letter after two years.
A student-athlete who, for any reason other than illness or injury, fails to complete asports season as a member of the squad shall forfeit his right to an athletic award in that CONFLICT RESOLUTION POLICY
A student-athlete who has concerns related to his or her athletics participation has sev- Coaches have the option of awarding or withholding awards due to special circum- eral options available to resolve the issues, including: stances with the approval of the Athletics Director.
• Scheduling an individual meeting with the head coach• Seek counsel from team captains or athletics advisory council representatives, faculty B. Specific Requirements for the awarding of letters:
athletics representative or Campus Life/Athletics Committee • Schedule an individual meeting with the director of athletics Non-pitchers must participate in 65% of the games.
• Seeking counsel from an appropriate person outside the athletics department (acade- Pitchers must appear in 25% of the games, or pitch in 15% of the innings.
mic advisor, associate dean, counseling center staff) Men’s & Women’s Basketball: must participate in 65% of the total halves.
All Students are considered adults under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Men’s & Women’s Crew: must participate in 65% of the varsity scheduled meets.
act. College personnel may not discuss issues with parents that do not directly relate to their Men’s & Women’s Cross Country: must participate in 65% of scheduled meets or place among child’s health or wellness unless the student provides a waiver.
the top seven Marietta runners at OAC or NCAA Regionals.
Non-speciality players must participate in 65% of the quarters.
Speciality players must appear twice in a quarter to get credit for onequarter — the above rule then applies.
Men’s & Women’s Soccer: must participate in 40% of the games.
Softball: Non-pitchers must participate in 65% of the games.
Pitchers must appear in 25% of the games, or pitch in 15% of the innings.
Men’s & Women’s Tennis: must participate in 65% of the matches.
Men’s & Women’s Track & Field: must participate in both indoor and outdoor track & field unless in another winter sport or other special circumstances prevent an individual from doing so -AND-score a total of 15.00 points during scored competition. Volleyball: must participate in 65% of the matches.
2010-11 Marietta College Student-Athlete Handbook
2010-11 Marietta College Student-Athlete Handbook
(6) PARTICIPATION & TEAM
STUDENT-ATHLETE RESPONSIBILITIES
Once the competitive season begins, all members of the team are expected to It is the philosophy of the Marietta College Athletics Department that athletes represent- attend the scheduled contests. The only excused absence is injury, personal circum- ing Marietta are here to achieve a complete collegiate experience. The most important aspect stances, or emergency. The head coach must be notified should any of these situations of that experience is the awarding of a degree. Having the privilege to represent Marietta occur. Absence due to social events, i.e. Doo Dah Day, formals, non-academic initiations, through intercollegiate athletics is an integral part of the total college experience for the stu- could result in the player being suspended from the team indefinitely until the case is reviewed by the Athletics Director. The review could result in dismissal from the team.
We recognize that student-athletes hold a special position on the Marietta College campus.
Team members MUST commit to the full length of the season, including any OAC, NCAA Therefore, general responsibilities include: or post season competitions. Also, due to inclement weather and post season competi- Positive action and words
tion, those student-athletes participating on varsity teams during graduation weekend Role model socially; be a positive influence in your residence hall and daily
may be required to compete on graduation day.
living area.
In the public eye, you must consider your team.
(7) HOSTING OF PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES
Student-athletes may be asked to host prospective student-athletes for overnight visits.
ACADEMIC
Serving as a student host is an important responsibility and must be taken seriously. As a host Attend every class — There will be times that you will be excused from class due to an athletic to a prospective student-athlete, you and the prospect are expected to abide by all college event. Your goal should be to miss no other classes, even though the instructor’s policy may policies governing residence life, college creed, and conduct code. Hosts and prospects are allow a stated number of unexcused absences. The student-athlete is responsible for com- not to be involved in the use of drugs and alcohol or take prospects to any establishments that municating with the instructor on work and/or tests to be made up.
sell or serve alcohol. It is permissible to patronize a local restaurant with a prospect with the Advise your adviser — The academic advisor is there to assist you and make recommendations.
understanding that alcohol will not be purchased or consumed. College sponsored activities The student-athlete has a responsibility to communicate with the advisor of their participation are permissible; if alcohol is present it should not be bought or consumed. Students who are on an intercollegiate team. Utilize your advisor positively and communicate your needs.
of legal age, ARE NOT to purchase or consume alcohol while serving as hosts or visiting with Excused absence notification — Notice of missed class due to an athletic event will be sent to your instructor at least one week in advance. In addition, you should remind your instructor of themissed date and communicate on work and/or tests to be made up. The student-athlete isresponsible for communicating with the instructor for all make up work.
(8) SERVICES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
Develop a good rapport with your instructors — They do care. Be polite. Be prepared and attentive Marietta College complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act regarding non-discrimination against persons with Student-athletes must notify instructor at the start of the semester if there is a conflict with
disabilities. Any person having inquiries concerning Marietta College’s compliance with the final exam schedule.
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 should contact the 504 Compliance Officer,Mary Bea Eaton, Academic Resource Center, Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio 45750,(740) 376-4700, who has been designated by the College to coordinate efforts to complywith Section 504. 2010-11 Marietta College Student-Athlete Handbook
2010-11 Marietta College Student-Athlete Handbook
REQUIREMENTS FOR ELIGIBILITY
(3) INTERNET SOCIAL NETWORKING COMMUNITY SITES
• Student-athletes and coaches are expected to adhere to all NCAA, OAC and other Internet sites such as Facebook.com, MySpace.com, Xanga.com, Friendster.com governing body rules and policies. If you or someone you know commit a violation, you and others provide individuals with an opportunity to interact with an extraordinarily are responsible to report it to the Athletic Director. Each student-athlete must read and expansive universe of new people and connect with current friends. Postings on person- sign the appropriate 2006-07 NCAA and Marietta College forms.
al profiles, groups and chat rooms are in the public domain and easily accessible by any- •A student-athlete must be enrolled as a full-time student, which is defined as enroll- one including reporters, parents, coaches, groupies, predators, employers, and graduate ment of 12 credit hours, in order to be eligible to compete. During your season of par-
school admissions officials. Once information is posted, it can be retrieved by computer ticipation, if at any time your enrollment drops below 12 hours, you become ineli-
savvy individuals even after it has been deleted.
gible immediately. Never withdraw from a course without first talking to your instructor,
While the Athletics Department does not prohibit student-athlete involvement with internet based social networking communities, the high standard of honor and pride that A student-athlete must also be in good academic standing to participate in intercol- is expected by all members of the Marietta College Athletics Department should encom- legiate athletics. For a student-athlete to be in good academic standing, he/she must pass comments and postings made to internet sites.
achieve or exceed the following minimum cumulative grade point average for the credit It is recommended that you review any internet websites you may have posted on the internet to ensure that the posting are consistent with College, department, and teamrules and that they present you in a way you want to be portrayed. Be cautious about Credit hours attempted
Minimum Cumulative GPA
which chat groups you join to be sure you want to be publicly associated with that group.
(4) NUTRITIONAL ERGOGENIC AIDS
Some athletes use nutritional supplements despite their having been proven inef- fective. In addition, such substances are expensive and may be harmful to health or per- When a student-athlete falls below the appropriate minimum grade point average formance. Members of the athletics and sports medicine staff do not distribute or endorse listed above, that student is no longer in good academic standing. Student-athletes
“nutritional” supplements. Contents of many of these compounds are not represented placed on academic probation are ineligible to participate on any college athletics
accurately on the list of ingredients and may contain impurities or banned substances, team (including both traditional and non-traditional seasons) or club sport team.
which may cause a student-athlete to test positive. Positive drug-test appeals based on For additional requirements and restrictions of probation, see page 133 of the college cat- the claim the student-athlete did not know the substances they were taking contained banned drugs have not been successful. Student-athletes should consult with the sports Questions of eligibility should be directed to the Athletics Office, ext. 4665.
medicine staff before taking ANY nutritional supplement.
- Improper receipt of an award, benefit or expense allowance will render the stu- (5) CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINARY ACTION
dent-athlete ineligible to compete in their sport. Student-athletes are subject to the regulation and procedures set forth in the • As a result of violation(s) of the College Creed, student-athletes may be put on Marietta College Catalog and Student Handbook, and to any other published rules and restrictive probation. Restrictive probation prevents a student-athlete from being able to regulations to which Marietta College students are subjects. In addition, student-athletes practice or compete in the traditional or non-traditional season.
are subject to all rules and regulations that are required for individual participation on aspecific team. A coach has the discretion to take disciplinary action for any disrespect orinsubordination.
Student-Athletes have a responsibility to report any vio-
(5) BREAK HOUSING AND MEALS
lations of OAC and NCAA rules.
Student-athletes who are required to participate with their teams during college breaks, i.e. fall break, Christmas break, spring break, or post season (after graduation),will be properly housed and provided meals or a per diem. Per diems will be approved bythe Athletics Director in consultation with the head coach.
2010-11 Marietta College Student-Athlete Handbook
2010-11 Marietta College Student-Athlete Handbook
31.2.3.4.1 DRUGS AND PROCEDURES
POLICY STATEMENTS
SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS.
(1) STATEMENT ON HAZING AND SEXUAL AND DISCRIMINATORY
The use of the following drugs and/or procedures is subject to certain restrictions and HARASSMENT
may or may not be permissible, depending on limitations expressed in these guidelines The Marietta Athletics Department does not condone hazing by athletic teams or and/or quantities of these substances used: (Revised: 8/15/89) their individual members. The state of Ohio defines hazing as doing any act or coercinganother, including the victim, to do any act of initiation to any student that causes or cre- (a) Blood Doping. The practice of blood doping (the intravenous injection of whole
ates a substantial risk of causing mental or physical harm to any person. No person shall blood, packed red blood cells or blood substitutes) is prohibited, and any evidence con- recklessly participate in the hazing of another.
firming use will be cause for action consistent with that taken for a positive drug test.
Mutual respect and understanding for others and a high standard of conduct, is at the foundation of intercollegiate athletics. The Marietta College Athletics Department iscommitted to providing an environment that is free of sexual discrimination and discrimi- (b) Local Anesthetics. The Executive Committee will permit the limited use of local
anesthetics under the following conditions: Student-athletes are subject to the Marietta College Creed, which is described in the (1) That procaine, xylocaine, carbocaine or any other local anesthetic may be used, but not cocaine; (Revised: 12/9/91, 5/6/93)(2) That only local or topical injections can be used (i.e., intravenous injections arenot permitted); and (2) STATEMENT ON ALCOHOL, DRUGS AND TOBACCO
(3) That use is medically justified only when permitting the athlete to continue the The Marietta College Athletics Department is concerned with the physical, mental competition without potential risk to his or her health.
and emotional well-being of its student body and especially those who participate in inter-collegiate athletics. The use and/or misuse of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs are not (c) Manipulation of Urine Samples. The Executive Committee bans the use of sub-
condoned by the College nor the Athletics Department and are recognized as a potential stances and methods that alter the integrity and/or validity of urine samples provided problem for all students. The student-athlete experiences unique pressures due to his/her during NCAA drug testing. Examples of banned methods are catheterization, urine sub- involvement in intercollegiate athletics and is at risk to the experimentation of drugs, alco- stitution and/or tampering or modification of renal excretion by the use of diuretics, probenecid, bromantan or related compounds, and epitestosterone administration.
When representing Marietta College, Athletics administrators, coaches, athletic trainers, student-athletes, cheerleaders, and managers will conduct themselves in such away as to reflect credit on the institution, on their sport and on themselves. Thus, when (d) Beta 2 Agonists. The use of beta 2 agonists is permitted by inhalation only.
practicing, competing in an event, or travelling to and from an event, teams will be expect- ed to place sportsmanship and exemplary personal behavior above all else. At all othertimes, athletes will be held to the same code of conduct as is specified by specific rules (e) Additional Analysis. Drug screening for select nonbanned substances may be con-
placed upon them by their coaches and/or the College Creed.
ducted for nonpunitive purposes. (Revised: 8/15/89) 2010-11 Marietta College Student-Athlete Handbook
2010-11 Marietta College Student-Athlete Handbook
(c) Anabolic Agents:
NCAA BANNED-DRUG CLASSES
The NCAA list of banned-drug classes is subject to change by the NCAA Executive Committee. Contact NCAA education services or www.ncaa.org/health-safety 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, regardless of whether it is specifically and related compounds
Many nutritional/dietary supplements contain NCAA banned substances. In addi- tion, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not strictly regulate the supple-ment industry; therefore purity and safety of nutritional dietary supplements cannot be Other anabolic agents
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 theirinstitution's team physician or athletic trainer for further information.
(d) Diuretics and other urine manipulators:
The following is a list of banned-drug classes, with some examples of substances under each class. No substance belonging to the banned drug class may be used, regardless of whether it is specifically listed as an example.
(a) Stimulants:
and related compounds
methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA, ecstasy) (e) Peptide Hormones and Analogues:
(all the respective releasing factors of the abovementioned substances are banned.) synephrine (citrus aurantium, zhi shi, bitter orange) (f) Anti-Estrogens
and related compounds
The following stimulants are not banned:
phenylephrine
(g) Definitions of positive depends on the following:
* for caffeine-if the concentration in urine exceeds 15 micrograms/ml.
(b) Street Drugs:
** for marijuana and THC-if the concentration in the urine of THC metabolite exceeds 15 nanograms/ml.
*** for testosterone-if the administration of testosterone or use of any other manipulation has the result of increasing the ratio of the total concentration of testosterone to that of epitestosterone in the urine to greaterthan 6:1, unless there is evidence that this ratio is due to a physiological or pathological condition.
2010-11 Marietta College Student-Athlete Handbook
2010-11 Marietta College Student-Athlete Handbook

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