sophomore


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Wikipedia.
Related to sophomore: Sophomore Album

sophomore

Chiefly US and Canadian a second-year student at a secondary (high) school or college
References in periodicals archive ?
Viewpoint of Calabasas sophomore Samantha Hyman has made the most of her increased role with the girls' volleyball team this season.
Saugus' girls, with Shannon Murakami winning the junior race and Katie Dunn the sophomore race, finished third.
McKenzie Hill and Jenna Shay, Canyon graduates, begin their sophomore seasons at Pepperdine, which plays host to Central Florida at 3 p.
Sixty-eight percent of sophomores passed the math portion of the exam in 2005, compared with 22 percent in 2002, 34 percent in 2003 and 69 percent in 2004, district statistics show.
Freshmen Janette Galindo and Val Rico, former Burroughs of Burbank teammates, were second-team selections, and sophomores Megan Allen and Jennifer Zev were named honorable mention.
Valencia sophomore places second: Valencia High sophomore Louis Amira on Sunday turned in his second runner-up finish in the Southern California PGA junior tour's Toyota Cup Series for elite players, completing a 72-70-142 at Aliso Viejo Golf Club.
Sophomore Jason Napoleon, a running back on the football team competing in college track for the first time, could give Moorpark points in the long and triple jumps.
Her speed and ball-handling on the outside provide the Chargers with another offensive weapon to go with Kendall Dreyer, Alicia Herczeg, fellow sophomore Natalie Lemonnier and Kelley Ross.
Henderson, a 6-foot-2 sophomore guard from Birmingham of Lake Balboa, scored 33 points with 37 rebounds and seven assists in two games last week.
In the case of class, one is either classified as sophomore or as a non-sophomore (i.
Other champions included sophomore Alexandria McMahon in the 400 hurdles (1:06.