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collegiate

1. of or relating to a college or college students
2. (of a university) composed of various colleges of equal standing
3. Canadian short for collegiate institute
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Canby's Aaren Ziegler, who plays collegiately at Wisconsin, won the Women's Amateur, held concurrently with the Mid-Amateur.
Abdul-Jabbar's career came full circle, starting out collegiately at (http://www.
After playing collegiately in the rugged Big 10 Conference, the Michigan State product said he was excited about the opportunity.
He added, "The Governments and legislatures in Cardiff and London need to work amicably and collegiately to make these new processes work as intended, with informed and on-going discussion the basis for our effective collaboration.
Peterson played collegiately at the University of Oklahoma, finishing second in the Heisman Trophy balloting as a freshman.
Haynes then starred collegiately at Langston University in Langston, Okla.
John's is a well-coached team, and their fast-paced offensive scheme is going to be difficult to defend,'' said Central coach Valdamar Brower, who starred collegiately at UMass.
Reedsport's Monica Vaughn, who will play collegiately next season at Arizona State, finished second, shooting a 71 to finish three strokes behind Prince.
The Conway product, who starred collegiately for four years at Georgia Tech, seems to have gone the way of another struggling former Yellow Jacket, David Duval.
I want to be there for my brothers in their sophomore year so that they can put their best foot forward and hopefully I can do that," said Lopez, who played collegiately at Washington and Santa Clara.
He continued in basketball collegiately at Long Island University, playing for legendary coach Roy Rubin alongside such stalwarts as Larry Newbold, Albie Grant and Barry Liebowitz, graduating in 1966.
In total, 1,203 ECNL athletes will go on to play collegiately, with 920 alone in NCAA Division 1 programs.

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