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The kicking department has sophomore Isaac Jany on kickoffs, senior Ian Reith kicking extra points, and senior Jacob Miller punting.
Redshirt sophomore Ashlyn Hare performed well in her UO debut, finishing second in the high jump after clearing 5-7.
Referred to earlier, the Greek roots for "sophomore" are excellent guides in illustrating these tensions and a helpmate in addressing these students' needs: sophos (i.e., wise) and moros (i.e., foolish).
Sophomore Hope Shevchuk was 2 for 2 with two RBIs, and freshman Nina Murphy-Cook also had two hits.
(1) In total, the main variables used to explain the timing of sophomore album release are chosen based on a theoretical description of the primitives that describe the economic motivations to release an album.
"We're very excited to see Sophomores continue to develop in the coming year."
* The 2002 sophomore cohort has high ambitions: 72 percent expect to complete a bachelor's degree or higher; indeed, about one-third (36 percent) expect to complete a graduate or professional degree.
Results showed that teacher efficacy scores of sophomore (M = 2.8), junior (M = 3.4), and senior (M = 3.0) pre-service teachers did not differ significantly F(2,254) = 1.45, p =.23.
At a conference this summer, she recommended sophomore orientation programs and mandatory advising sessions during the final days of a student's freshmen year.
Tim Edmeads, sophomore, OF, Gloucester County College (NJ)
That young college sophomore was me, when I was an economics major at Morgan State University 50 years ago.
The students had completed between 42 and 57 credit hours, and were therefore defined as second semester sophomore students.