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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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I didn't even look at the time (or) pay attention to it," said Korir, who ran collegiately for the University of Louisville.
Walt Williams, who played at Shiloh Christian and collegiately for the University of Central Arkansas and Liberty University in Virginia, started Pinnacle Preps Recruiting four years ago with three clients and now has 31.
He won two city titles and two Philadelphia Player of the Year awards at South Philadelphia High School before playing collegiately at Villanova; afterward, he played professionally for the Philadelphia SPHAS of the American Basketball League before joining the NBA's Baltimore Bullets midway through the 1947-48 season, a season in which Klotz and the Bullets went on to defeat the Philadelphia Warriors to win the NBA title.
The team, which has the premier PPP and hospital expertise in the Australian market, worked collegiately and seamlessly to deliver truly innovative solutions for a very happy client," the lead partners said.
At age 25, Rosado knew this spring likely would be his last chance to play collegiately.
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.
Goldman played collegiately at Mississippi State where his career low round of 64 was the third-best in program history.
He was Toronto's first round pick (17th overall) in the 2008 First-Year Player Draft and played collegiately at Cal State Fullerton and the University of California.
Randolph played collegiately for Duke, White for Indiana and Williams for Louisville.

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