Definition of underclassman
: a member of the freshman or sophomore class in a school or college
Recent Examples of underclassman from the Web
Depending on how the season unfolds, some of TCU’s underclassmen could have decisions to make about NBA futures next June.
In an event loaded with talented seniors, this underclassman was able to take sixth in Division 1 in 9:17.82.
Iussig also incorporated underclassmen, with four sophomores and a freshman starting in the title game.
Woodward parted with cautionary words for the underclassmen who'll return next season for Hebron.
A few Jaguar underclassmen could be selected in next week's MLB draft, including All-Sun Belt catcher Jared Barnes, who missed the postseason with a broken finger.
While the public school all-stars only had two no-shows out of 15 players, the private school squad that initially numbered 16 consisted of seven plus one carryover from the earlier underclassmen contest.
Stallman’s throw was ninth best overall and second best for an underclassman on record for Ramona.
Destrehan 2019 RB John Emery was one of six underclassmen to earn an invite to Nike's The Opening Finals Wednesday.
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Definition of underclassman for English Language Learners
: a student in the first or second year of high school or college
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