Definition of underclassman
: a member of the freshman or sophomore class in a school or college
Recent Examples of underclassman from the Web
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.
Although the Warriors graduate key players Toomey, Bembenek, Madison Mikalauski and Olivia Judge, seven starters were underclassmen.
Milchev was not the only Blue Demons underclassmen to have a strong sectional meet.
Now an injury has sidelined one of their top underclassmen.
The teenaged Zuckerberg, in full hacker glory as a Harvard underclassman, would have approved of the breakneck product release pace.
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UNDERCLASSMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of underclassman for English Language Learners
: a student in the first or second year of high school or college
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