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During that decisive stretch, forward Donta Scott, a sophomore who has embraced a more expansive offensive role this season, scored nine points en route to a career-high 17 off the bench.
The experience that Duncan, a redshirt sophomore, and Anderson gained in 2019 has benefited them this season.
Alexis Hager, a 19-year-old sophomore and resident assistant, said she has seen students wheel suitcases out of residence halls this week.
The sophomore left this past weekend’s 44-41 win against then-No.
A sophomore walk-on running back, Assaf was an unlikely sight to take meaningful snaps, especially against the No.
He had already been playing chess with one of his brothers — he’s the fourth of five siblings — but he got serious about it when he was a 15-year-old sophomore at Brooklyn Tech, one of New York City’s three specialized high schools.
One described herself simply as a high school sophomore interested in softball and cheerleading.

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