The season began Sept 14 with the Mid West Regionals on the Iowa State University campus, with Iowa State Cyclones winning the Gordon Gee Trophy.Home & Away matches also restarted & will continue every weekend until Christmas Break.
Registration is now open for the American College Cricket South Central, South West & South East Championships. Contact Lloyd Jodah, Dogevpr2@aim.com to register.
The Regional Championships have seen some breakout performers like Anurag Verma (Texas A & M), Murali Ankaraju (Memphis) & Krunal Bhange (USF) – who will it be this year ?
All clubs must submit more than 10 links showing American College Cricket stories shared on Facebook & other social media,to complete their Registration.
The dates are :
Oct 12 & 13 South Central in Arkansas – defending Champion is Arkansas Red Wolves but U of Memphis and Arkansas Razorbacks are hyped to take the title, and who knows what a new club could do ?
Oct 26 & 27 South West inTexas – defending Champion is Texas A & M Aggies. However the performance of the University of Texas-Arlington at the Nationals last March indicates the Mavericks will be a contender, as will Texas Tech, U of Houston Clearlake & new teams
Nov 9 & 10 South East in Florida – defending Champion is University of Florida Gators but huge SEC rival Auburn is looking to regain one whilst the consistent USF Bulls are hungry for their first title, whilst Auburn, South Alabama, Alabama, Embry Riddle, Phoenix Aviation, Florida International and new teams like Florida Technical are already playing Home & Away games to prepare.
Your team must play in a Regional and also play a minimum of 3 Home & Away matches to be eligible for the Nationals.
If your club has a Facebook page, it MUST post AmericanCollegeCricket.com articles, for other clubs our players should be posting our articles on their personal profiles sometimes.
More than 70 colleges around USA & Canada will compete in American College Cricket this year. To begin a team, or join, contact Lloyd Jodah, Dogevpr2@aim.com
Beginning in Oct 2011, TV Asia has televised the Semis & Finals of most American College Cricket Championships, 24 games have so far been shown on TV all over USA & Canada.
American College Cricket is the first entity to webstream (March 2010) & televise domestic cricket in USA & Canada.
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