Definition of collegiately in English:

collegiately

adverb

  • See collegiate

    • ‘Her father, Gregory, played collegiately at LSU and overseas for seven seasons.’
    • ‘Murray developed her skills as a youth playing in suburban Washington D.C., went on to star collegiately at Seton Hall University, and was a finalist in 1999 for both the Hermann Trophy and the Missouri Athletic Club Award.’
    • ‘King is a running back who logged time in the Arena League and the CFL after playing collegiately at Central Arkansas.’
    • ‘A native of Mullens, West Virginia, D' Antoni played collegiately at Marshall University and graduated as the school's career assist leader in 1973.’
    • ‘After a year of swimming collegiately, I stopped swimming at age 18, but after five years away from the pool and a lot of soul searching, I started training again in 1998.’