At least 6 American College Cricket teams had their team flights canceled multiple times, spending over 6 hours at the airport, not knowing if they would get flights, even as late as Thursday. They communicated with Lloyd, desperately assuring him they were coming to play, even if they had to play 3 matches in a day !
A lot of rescheduling happened, as teams became clearer, at the last minute about when they could get on flights after being cancelled as much as 3 times ! After their 3rd cancellation the U of Maryland College Park team decided to rent cars and drive to Ft Lauderdale. 22 hours later they got to their destination !
Jamie Paul Lloyd, Max Diah & Lloyd Jodah of the Management Team, with the assistance of CBRP Stadium Manager Duncan Finch ensured no games were shortened and all 49 matches were played, some under lights. It was a truly remarkable effort for what has been the World’s largest cricket tournament since 2010.
So the result was Wednesday the 1st day, had only 6 games instead of the usual 12. Day 2 had 11, Day 3 = 17, Day 4 had 12 including the Quarter Finals. The Semis & Final were played as usual in the CBRP Stadium, and filmed by SONY for televising.
ALL 49 matches scorecards can be found on the Crichq tab at the top of this website.There you will also find the List of Batsmen, Bowlers, Catches, MVPs etc. Every stat that a cricketer could possibly want is there, check it out !
SUMMARY – Group Stages & Quarter Finals
Fifties = 28
Centuries = 3
90’s = 5
3 or more wickets in a game = 39
3 batsmen scored 2 Fifties : Kishan Das (ASU), Vidit Munsi (Harvard) and Hassan Mirza (Ryerson)
The overall Championship MVP was Hassa Mirza.
Arkansas State, Nebraska Omaha, UF, UMass Lowell, Ryerson & Rutgers won.
In 6 matches there were 4 Fifties, in fact 18 year old Kishan Das scored two for Arkansas State : 61* and 54. Six bowlers took a 3 or 4 for. Hassan Mirza (Ryerson) scored 58 & took 3 for 19 in a game.
Kishan Das (Arkansas State) 61*
Hassan Mirza (Ryerson) 58 & took 3 for 19.
Kishan Das (Arkansas State) 54
Anirudh Prayaga (Omaha) 4 for 21
Harsha Thodimi (UF) 3 for 10
Shyamal Upadhyay (UMass Lowell) 51
Muqeet Ahmad (UMass Lowell) 4 for 12
Abdul Samad (Umass Lowell) 3 for 22
Omar Mikthath (Rutgers) 3 for12
USF, Harvard, Toledo, Harvard, UMass Lowell, NJIT, UT Dallas, UT Dallas, Buffalo, Ryerson, UI Springfield,
In 11 matches there 7 Fitfties and 3 Centuries. There were eight 3 or 4 fors. Hassan Mirza (Ryerson) scored 66 & took 3 for 29 in a game. X denotes players whose First & Last names were not entered.
The WVU vs NJIT game was particularly remarkable as WVU, powered by Sohail Chaudhary’s 120 piled up 195 for 4, only to see Saliq Iqbal make 107* to take NJIT to victory with a 6 !
The 3rd century was by Shahroze Shah (Ryerson) who with Hassan Mirza, 66, put on 173 for the opening partnership, the 2nd Highest in ACC tournament history. Ryerson scored over 200 in all 3 of their Group matches.
D Pillai (Harvard) 3 for 6
X (Harvard) 3 for 12
X (NIU) 3 for 25
Sai Anurag (UF) 52
Vidit Munshi (Harvard) 61
Sohail Chaudry (WVU) 120
Saliq Iqbal (NJIT) 107*
Jagpreet Singh (UTD) 4 for 17
Tanvesh Namnaik (UTD) 3 for 17
Jagpreet Singh (UTD) 4 for 31
Avdesh Rai (WVU) 4 for 18)
Ruchit Patel (Buffalo) 51
Anupam Kumar (Wayne State) 56
Shahroze Shah (Ryerson) 118
Hassan Mirza (Ryerson) 66 & 3 for 29
Haider Ali (Rutgers) 64
K Udayshankar (FIT) 55
Joel Aranha (UIS) 3 for 28
USF, Omaha, Harvard, UF, Everest, UMD, UMD, Everest, UTA, UTA, WVU, UTD, Buffalo, NU, NU, Wayne State, Ryerson.
In 17 matches there were 14 Fifties, including 4 Nineties, 3 of them Not Out ! Hardik Desai (Ryerson) took 5 for 8 runs ! Aravind Kadiri 4 for 2 runs ! Fourteen bowlers took 3 or more wickets in an innings.
Hardik Desai (USF) 5 for 8
Amjad Khan (South Alabama) 96*
Aniket Sawant (Omaha) 51*
N Gopalkrishnan (Harvard) 92*
Vidit Munshi (Harvard) 53
X (Harvard) 4 for 22
Faheem Ul Haq (Yale) 3 for 22
Aravind Kadiri (UF) 4 for 2
A Chawla (UMD) 92*
Razi Khan (UMD) 3 for 14
Vikas Yadav (Auburn) 4 for 23
Tejas Tambe (UTA) 3 for 5
Luv Sachdeva (UTA) 57
Ishan Desai (UTD) 74
Tanvesh Namaik (UTD) 3 for 14
Jay Trivedi (Buffalo) 4 for 15
Saksham Arawal (NU) 64
Z Khan (NU) 3 for 37
S Agrawal (NU) 64
S Usturge (NU) 4 for 21
Anupam Kumar (Wayne) 94
Divya Kumar (Wayne) 52
R Srivasta (BU) 3 for 29
Shray Rajgaria (BU) 50
S Ramasammy ( Wayne) 3 for 20
Yug Rao (Ryerson) 59
Maaz Pasha (Ryerson) 50*
Nandish Kavani (FIT) 3 for 46
Manik Kuchroo (Harvard) 3 for 26
USF, Penn, Everest, UMass Lowell, Auburn, NJIT, NU, Rutgers
Quarter Finals : USF, Ryerson, Everest, UTD .There is no scorecard for USF vs UMD on Crichq.
There were only 3 Fifties, including 95 by S Usturge (Northeastern). Bowlers had the upper hand with 11 taking 3 wickets, including Naseer Khan (USF) 3 for 0 in 3 Balls, and Hamza Wajeeh (Rutgers) 5 for 10 !
Sai Ramesh (USF) 53 & 3 for 9
Arun Yaragudi (Omaha) 3 for 52
Naseer Khan (USF) 3 for 0
Razi Khan (UMD) 3 for 23
Jalal Ali (GWU) 3 for 16
Vikas Yadav (Auburn) 3 for 14
Satya Prakash (Auburn) 3 for 13
Kapil Khana (NJIT) 3 for 10
S Usturge (NU) 95
C Rangeneni (UIS) 3 for 38
N Tammireddy (UIS) 3 for 36
Kamesh Install (UIS) 61
Hamza Wajeeh (Rutgers) 5 for 10