22.214.171.124.1 Penalty -- Banned Drug Classes Other Than Cannabinoids or Narcotics. A student-athlete who, as a result of a drug test administered by the NCAA, tests positive for use of a substance in a banned drug class other than cannabinoids or narcotics (in accordance with the testing methods authorized by the Board of Governors) shall be subject to the following: (Revised: 1/10/90 effective 8/1/90, 1/16/93, 1/9/96 effective 8/1/96, 1/14/97 effective 8/1/97, 4/28/05 effective 8/1/05, 11/1/07, 4/10/14, 4/24/14 effective 8/1/14 for tests occurring on or after 8/1/14, 10/30/14, 1/17/15, 10/29/15 effective 8/1/16 for all drug tests administered on or after 8/1/16, 6/10/16, 11/18/16, 1/23/19 effective 8/1/19, 4/19/19)
(a) The student-athlete shall be ineligible for competition in all sports until the student-athlete has been withheld from the equivalent of one season (the maximum number of championship segment regular-season contests or dates of competition in the applicable sport per Bylaw 17) of regular-season competition. The student-athlete must be otherwise eligible for competition to fulfill this penalty except a transfer student-athlete may fulfill a transfer residence requirement and a drug-testing penalty concurrently if the student-athlete meets all other eligibility requirements;
(b) A student-athlete who tests positive during a year in which the student-athlete did not use a season of competition shall be charged with the loss of one season of competition in all sports. A student-athlete who tests positive during a year in which the student-athlete used a season of competition shall be charged with the loss of one additional season of competition in all sports (in addition to the season used) unless the student-athlete uses a season of competition in the academic year immediately after the positive test; and
(c) The student-athlete shall be ineligible for intercollegiate competition for 365 consecutive days after the collection of the student-athlete's positive drug-test specimen and until the student-athlete tests negative pursuant to the policies and procedures of the NCAA Drug-Testing Program.