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Mount Ida became a junior college in 1961, began admitting men in 1976, and transitioned to full four-year institution in 1998.
Missouri also has redshirt freshman Taylor Powell, redshirt junior Jack Lowary and junior college transfer Lindsey Scott Jr. at quarterback.
The junior college transfer is second on the team to India with a .311 batting average and also has a team-leading 11 home runs.
Six-foot-10 center Yuat Alok (a junior college transfer) also committed this past January, is able to sign in April.
That was before Western, a junior college, called and invited him for a visit.
Beard also coached two junior colleges (Fort Scott Community College, in Kansas, and Seminole State, in Oklahoma), a team in the American Basketball Association and the Swiss national team.
Utah starts four seniors and a junior, including transfers Justin Bibbins (Long Beach State) and Justin Collette (Utah State) and junior college transfers Tyler Rawson (Salt Lake CC) and Gabe Bealer (City College of San Francisco).
That changed this weekend, as the Beavers landed the commitment of junior college defensive tackle Jeromy Reichner.
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JUNIOR COLLEGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of junior college for English Language Learners
: a school that has two years of studies similar to those in the first two years of a four-year college
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