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collegiately

(kəˈliːdʒɪɪtlɪ)
adv
(Education) in a collegiate way
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She was a State Champion lacrosse goalie while at Manhasset High School, played collegiately at Hamilton College, and in 2008 was inducted into the Manhasset Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
He played collegiately and very successfully at Rice and Oregon before being selected by the Sixers.
Rodgers, who played collegiately at Cal, was a third-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.
Collegiately, Kizer played baseball at Glendale Community College in Arizona, the University of Washington, and Western Oregon University.
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.
The Dominicans will be led by Francisco Garcia, a Houston Rockets guard who starred at the University of Louisville and James Feldeine, guard who played collegiately at Quinnipiac University.
McIver lost 4 and 3 to Nathan Smith of Pittsburgh, and Heinly, who plays collegiately at Concordia, lost by the same score to Corey Conners of Canada.
Williams played collegiately at Auburn University and represented Team USA in two Walker Cups.
The citations cover a multitude of issues ranging from the intensely personal to the collegiately social and are elegantly presented principles furnishing a sound foundation for being able to discover, discern, decipher, and develop a life attitude and a life style that will enhance our appreciation for life and what it offers us all regardless of our present circumstances or future challenges.
Thus teaching conform and grow work collegiately and becomes competitive; what the large gain job satisfaction teachers no longer share multinational through developing ideas.
DAVYON MCKINNEY COMMITTED IN JUNE TO PLAY COLLEGIATELY FOR THE ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS.
Gillom, 45, who played collegiately at Mississippi and professionally in Italy before signing with the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury in the league's inaugural season in 1997, called the Sparks "adream job.
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