National Rankings Nov !

It’s cricket season on TV in USA & Canada ! Watch American College Cricket games every Sat on TV Asia at 7 pm in the US & Canada . American College Cricket was the first to webstream domestic cricket in March 2010, then in Oct 2011 was the first to put the game on TV in the US & Canada, with TV Asia.

Member colleges may begin registering for the Nationals, the 2013 American College Cricket Spring Break Championship, taking place March 12 -17 in Ft Lauderdale. Contact Lloyd : Dogevpr2@aim.com to register.

Current Rankings are (2nd # is previous ranking) :

1-1 York College – Cardinals
2-2 University of South Florida – Bulls
3-3 Texas A & M – Aggies
4-6 Rutgers – Scarlet Knights
5-7 Ohio State University – Buckeyes
6-10 University of Maryland Baltimore County–Retrievers
7-13 Boston University – Terriers
8-24 Arkansas State U – Red Wolves
9-16 Montgomery College – Raptors
10-21 Virginia Tech – Hokies
11–8 Iowa State University – Cyclones
12–9 University of Florida – Gators
13-11 University of Pennsylvania – Quakers
14— Harvard – Crimson
15-14 University of Houston Clearlake – Hawks
16-12 Auburn – Tigers
17-15 Penn State – Nittany Lions
18-18 Texas Tech – Red Raiders
19-22 Carnegie Mellon – Tartans
20-04 York University – Lions
21— LIU-Brooklyn – Blackbirds
22–5 Ryerson University – Rams
23-19 NYU-Polytechnic – Fighting Blue Jays
24-32 NJ Institute of Technology – Highlanders
25— University of Buffalo – Bulls
26-25 Embry Riddle Aeronautical – Eagles
27-31 University of Iowa – Hawkeyes
28-17 George Washington U – Colonials
29-27 University of Southern Cal – Trojans
30-28 Thunderbird School of Global Management – T-Birds
31— Cornell University – Big Red
32— University of Arkansas – Razorbacks
33-39 Cleveland State Vikings

Power Rankings are based on :

1 – Off the Field Performance – such as:
promotion of AmericanCollegeCricket.com on Facebook, Twitter etc;
elevation of your Club & American College Cricket’s profile in school media & external media.
motivating increased support from your school in the form of finance,practice facilities, cricket field etc

2 -On the Field Performance :
- most recent,2012 Regional championship participation & performance
- individual & team behavior, on & off the field, sportsmanship.
- 2012 National Championship performance

Teams must play in at least 1 American College Cricket tournament to be eligible. American College Cricket now includes over 60 colleges in the US & Canada. We have many new teams not in the top 33 : Princeton, University of Memphis, Northeastern, University of Alabama, University of South Alabama, and a number of others to be announced.

Negative actions = negative Rankings
Teams can improve their rankings, even when not playing.You will note “Power Rankings” are heavily weighed by Off the field factors. Here are just a few so new clubs get a clear picture of what’s required:

New club Harvard rocketed into the Rankings with major media accomplishments – one of the most shared/popular articles on AmericanCollegeCricket.com, 2 articles in the Harvard Crimson, & was featured in the Yale Daily News.

LIU-Brooklyn’s Sandeep Devarshetty got the most media ever for a club before actually playing a match ! Iowa State’s promotion of our TV Asia season is excellent.

Arkansas State organized the first South Central Regional, whilst Boston University produced an excellent video (in uniform) explaining the game ! Virginia Tech reached a big new audience with their in-school presentations whilst Cleveland State alum Sadiq Khan is a valuable resource.

National champs York College CC adds to their on field play with supreme support for American College Cricket off the field, including setting up, and picking up matting & Facebook promotion, especially our TV Asia season

Negative actions = Negative Rankings.

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