A person with knowledge of the situation has told The Associated Press that every University of Miami baseball player has passed a test to show whether they have taken human growth hormone.
The test results came back late last week, said the person, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the university had not authorized any public release of the testing.
Miami coach Jim Morris declined to comment after his team won 5-4 in 11 innings at Florida Atlantic on Wednesday night. No one has been removed from the team's roster since practice started earlier this semester.
Like many schools, Miami conducts drug testing on athletes but does not typically check for HGH. Miami ordered the additional testing after the school was linked to Major League Baseball's latest drug investigation.