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May 11, 2015
Four Saint Mary's University football players test postive for steroids
Saint Mary's University Five CIS football players, including four from Saint Mary’s University, have tested positive for using performance enhancing drugs. The four Saint Mary’s athletes are Kayin Marchand-Wright, Melvin Abankwah, Jonathan Langa and Marvin-James Golding. The fifth player, Matthew Norzil, is from Université Laval in Quebec. Golding’s case remains open at this time, but the four other players aren’t allowed to participate with their teams until March of 2019. That ban includes training with teammates. The prohibited substances were discovered in urine samples that were completed during CFL Combines between March 25th and 27th. Marchand-Wright, Norzil and Golding tested positive for SARM-22. Abankwah tested postivie for methandienone, while Langa tested positive for methandienone and stanozolol. All three substances are forms of steroids. http://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/four-saint-mary-s-university-football-players-test-postive-for-steroids-1.2366281