Examples of upperclassman in a Sentence
Only upperclassmen can go off-campus for lunch.
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Underachieving novices who were once McDonald’s All-Americans make a stronger foundation than upperclassmen who have already realized most of their underwhelming potential.
Rutgers played five upperclassmen, including its top players in Corey Sanders and Deshawn Freeman.
The rest of his teammates, freshmen and upperclassmen alike, are determined to live past Selection Sunday.
The roster, with nine seniors and 13 upperclassmen total, hope to carry on the tradition that reached the peak last season.
Here in the university’s Davey Risk Management and Insurance Program, 13 upperclassmen are underwriting those pianos and fellow students who seek to corner the market on fleece blankies.
The Tigers are a veteran team that start five upperclassmen and are powered by their defense, which currently ranks 11th in adjusted efficiency, a big step up from 86th last season.
Former uber-recruit Shea Patterson has transferred to Michigan, leaving upperclassman Jordan Ta’amu as Corral’s biggest impediment to first-team snaps.
Kaelyn Folse nabbed 58th place by crossing the finish line in 22:02.93, while Julianne Patterson, the lone upperclassman running in the race for Mobile, timed in at 25:27.09.
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UPPERCLASSMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of upperclassman for English Language Learners
: a student in the third or fourth year of high school or college
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