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American College Cricket in Compton’s Jackie Robinson Stadium ! Cricket, Baseball & Kids Connect !

It was truly a historic day, as American College Cricket came to Compton. UCLA and Claremont Colleges played the first ever cricket games in Compton on Sat Nov 22 in an effort by American College Cricket Hall of Famers David Sentance, Mustafa Khan, Coach Pickens (the latter 2 are lifetime...
Posted 26 Nov 2014 | NEWS | 0 Comments

Which College’s Christmas Gift is a new Stadium as a Home Field ?

The Smart Choice Moosa Stadium was set to be the host of the American College Cricket South West Championship recently, but because of rain this has been rescheduled (probably to February 2015). The immediate great news is one of the Houston-area colleges is getting a dream Christmas gift ! An...
Posted 24 Nov 2014 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

From GW Cricket President to the English Premiere League ! Hugo takes his talent to the EPL !

Just 5 years from being President of the George Washington University Cricket Club, American College Cricket alum Hugo Scheckter was hired by English Premiere League Southampton Football Club ! As if proof was needed that the experience gained being a part of running your college’s cricket club could be valuable...
Posted 23 Nov 2014 | George Washington U,NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

National Champ USF Bulls retain South East Championship crown !

Sher Tareen finished his undergrad degree at Harvard, where he played as a fast bowler/batsman, and enrolled at Florida State for his Master’s. He immediately announced his intention to American College Cricket Founder & President Lloyd Jodah, to start a cricket club. So it was the FSU Seminoles played their...
Posted 14 Nov 2014 | NEWS,Universities,USF | 0 Comments

Rochester (RIT Tigers) wins Deryck Aaron Jodah Trophy & North East Title !

Torrential rain forced the splitting up of the American College Cricket North East Championship to 2 weekends. The Group stages were played at Van Cortland Park in the Bronx, thanks to Lesly Lowe, founder and President of the Commonwealth League. The Final 4 was then played a couple of weeks...
Posted 14 Nov 2014 | NEWS,Rochester Inst of Tech,Universities | 0 Comments

UMBC wins Mid Atlantic Championship – Photos, Scorecards !

Last year Ivy League Champion University of Pennsylvania, led by Subas Poudel upset UMBC in a tight game to take the Mid West Championship. This year UMBC seemed determined to redeem themselves putting up scores of over 200 at the the historic Cope Field at Haverford College, watched by legendary...
Posted 14 Nov 2014 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

Iowa State Cyclones retains Gordon Gee Trophy & Mid West title !

The American College Cricket Mid West Championship returned to the Ohio State University campus. It was Gameday for Buckeyes football, and game day for Buckeye cricket as the the OSU club once again played host to colleges of the Mid West. American College Cricket President Lloyd Jodah and OSU Cricket...
Posted 14 Nov 2014 | Iowa State University,NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

Rules & Reminders for All Players !

Below are some of the playing rules & conditions for all of our tournaments. In addition all players are expected to follow the usual standards of sportsmanship, and cricket, and most importantly the rules of your college’s Club Sports. This List is not exhaustive, but just a reminder of some...
Posted 23 Sep 2014 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

Anja Catrine from Norway to NYC – A College Student’s Life in the Big Apple !

2 summers ago we publish the blog of Alyna, a college student from Vancouver, spending time in NYC. This Fall its Anja Catrine of Norway – providing us her thoughts on fitness, fashion & generally a different perspective. Anja will also be our Interviewer for our Ivy League, & possibly...
Posted 18 Sep 2014 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments

CricHQ 201 – Scoring, Stats, the meaning of Life ! Learn it, Use it !

“I started American College Cricket as a new platform for cricket in the world, and implemented ideas and plans to further that vision, including having Olympic-type cricket tournaments the world had never seen – 47 matches in 4 days in 2010 then 67 matches in 5 days in 2011, and...
Posted 08 Sep 2014 | NEWS,Universities | 0 Comments