Sophomore

Sophomore ( /ˈsɒfmɔr/) is a term particularly used in US English to describe a student in the second year of study at high school or university. The word is also used as a synonym for "second", for the second album or EP released by a musician or group, the second movie of a director, or the second season of a professional athlete.

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Campbell High School (Litchfield, New Hampshire) - Sophomore Project
... The Sophomore Project reflects a minimum of thirty hours of community service chosen by the student and approved by the sophomore project clearinghouse ...
Sophomore Slump
... A sophomore slump or sophomore jinx refers to an instance in which a second, or sophomore, effort fails to live up to the standards of the first effort ... college or university) the performance of athletes (second season of play), singers/bands (sophomore album), television shows (second seasons) and movies (sequels/prequels) ... In the United Kingdom, the "sophomore slump" is more commonly referred to as "second year blues", particularly when describing second-year university students ...
Siena Saints Men's Basketball - Current Roster
... Peter's Boys 2 Trenity Burdine (RS) Sophomore Forward 6–6 208 Reading, Pa./Reading 3 Ryan Oliver Freshman Guard 6–3 186 Inglewood, Calif./Northfield-Mt ... Hermon 5 Evan Hymes Sophomore Guard 5–8 147 Durham, North Carolina/Kestrel Heights Charter 11 Steven Cruz Junior Guard 5–6 172 New York, NY./LaSalle Academy 12 Rakeem ...
Sophomore - Usage in Other Countries
... In some other countries, such as the Philippines, sophomore is also widely used specifically in high schools ...
Mark Ingram, Jr. - College Career - Sophomore
... was Alabama's first Heisman winner, the third consecutive sophomore to win the award, and the first running back to win the award since Reggie Bush ...