Definition of collegian
: a student or recent graduate of a college
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Irving and DeMarcus Lawrence both served suspensions as collegians, and Randy Gregory plummeted on draft day because of his drug issues and doubts about his mental state.
With a wave of his cap to Louisiana State baseball fans, Alex Lange disappeared into the dugout after what might have been his last outing as a collegian.
With a wave of his cap to the LSU fans, Alex Lange disappeared into the dugout after what very well could have been his last outing as a collegian.
That time makes Coleman the fastest collegian ever.
And unlike most college athletes, there’s a chance Mr. Nielsen, ranked fifth nationally among collegians...
Scores of these qualifying collegians will head to Sacramento State for the USA Track & Field Championships from June 22-25.
Ross: Of the 52 chosen first, Harriette, 26 have been high schoolers, 25 collegians and one from an independent league.
Reifers, who played as a collegian at Wake Forest, was a member of the 2005 USA Walker Cup Team.
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